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The Green Bay Packers signed DL Jarran Reed on March 23, 2022.
- First name is pronounced JAIR-in.
- Joins the Packers after spending last season with the Kansas City Chiefs (2021) and the first five years of his career with the Seattle Seahawks (2016-20).
- Was one of four NFL players listed as a DT on Stathead.com to record more than one sack in each season from 2016-21 (Fletcher Cox, Javon Hargrave, Sheldon Rankins).
- Since entering the league in 2016, ranks No. 6 in QB hits (70) and No. 7 in sacks (24½) among players listed as a defensive tackle on Stathead.com.
- Finished No. 2 on the Seahawks with a career-high 10½ sacks in 2018, the third-most sacks by a defensive tackle in a single-season in team history (Hall of Famers Cortez Kennedy, John Randle). Also set a career high with 50 tackles (34 solo).
- During his four college seasons, was part of teams at East Mississippi Community College and the University of Alabama that combined for a 46-5 record, including an NJCAA championship and an FBS national championship.
- Has played in 89 games with 80 starts for the Seattle Seahawks (2016-20) and Kansas City Chiefs (2021), recording 237 tackles (123 solo), 24½ sacks, 24 tackles for a loss, 70 QB hits, seven passes defensed, five forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries. Has also started all nine postseason contests he has appeared in, registering 28 tackles (16 solo), four tackles for a loss, three sacks and six QB hits.
- From 2018-21, ranked No. 7 in sacks (21½) among players listed as a DT on Stathead.com.
- Played in every regular-season game over the last two seasons (2020-21), totaling nine sacks, 26 QB hits and seven tackles for a loss over that span.
- During the 2018 season, started all 16 games for first time in his career and finished No. 2 on the Seahawks with a career-high 10½ sacks. It was the third-most sacks by a defensive tackle in a single season in team history (Hall of Famers Cortez Kennedy, John Randle).
- Also set career highs with 50 tackles (34 solo) and 24 QB hits in 2018 while recording 12 tackles for a loss and two fumble recoveries.
- As a rookie, played in 15 games with six starts and finished the year with 34 tackles (13 solo), 1½ sacks, four QB hits and three passes defensed. Also started both postseason contests and registered three tackles (all solo).
- Originally entered the NFL as the Seahawks' second-round pick (No. 49 overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft. Seattle traded its second-round (No. 56 overall) and fourth-round (No. 124 overall) picks to Chicago to move up in the second round.
2021 SEASON: Started all 17 regular-season games, marking the second consecutive season and third time in four years that he started every regular-season game (16 in 2018 and 2020)…Posted 43 tackles (23 solo), two tackles for a loss, 2½ sacks and 12 QB hits, the third most of his career…Also added a career-best two forced fumbles, a pass defensed and a fumble recovery…Started all three postseason contests, recording 13 tackles (five solo), a tackle for a loss, a sack and a QB hit…At Washington (Oct. 17): Posted a tackle (assisted) and two QB hits, including a shot on QB Taylor Heinicke on a third-and-4 that resulted in a fluttering pass that fell incomplete…At Tennessee (Oct. 24): Finished with a season-best six tackles (four solo). Four of his six tackles were on RB Derrick Henry and were within 3 yards of the line of scrimmage…At Las Vegas (Nov. 14): Posted two tackles (one solo), a tackle for a loss and two QB hits, including sacking QB Derek Carr in the second quarter for a loss of 7 yards. Late in the third quarter, hit a back-pedaling Carr on a deep ball that came up short and was intercepted by S Daniel Sorensen at the KC 44-yard line…At Cincinnati (Jan. 2): Registered three tackles (one solo), two QB hits and a tackle for a loss, and with the Bengals at their own 37-yard line, sacked QB Joe Burrow for a loss of 8 yards…Vs. Buffalo (AFC Divisional, Jan. 23): Finished with six tackles (three solo), a sack, a QB hit and a tackle for a loss. Early in the fourth quarter, on third-and-15, sacked QB Josh Allen for a loss of 5 yards.
2020 SEASON: Started all 16 games, recording 38 tackles (20 solo), five tackles for a loss, 6½ sacks (second most of his career), 14 QB hits (second most of his career), a pass defensed and a forced fumble…Vs. Dallas (Sept. 27): Posted two tackles (both solo), and on the first offensive play of the second half, sacked and forced a fumble on QB Dak Prescott that was recovered by LB Benson Mayowa and returned 13 yards to the Dallas 5…Vs. Minnesota (Oct. 11): Finished with a season-best four tackles (three solo) and a tackle for a loss. Slanted across the guard and stepped over a cut block from the fullback to take down RB Dalvin Cook for a loss of 2 yards early in the first quarter…At Buffalo (Nov. 8): Matched his season high with four tackles (two solo), two sacks and a tackle for a loss. Took down Allen for a loss of 5 yards in the second quarter, teamed with DE Carlos Dunlap for a sack of Allen in the third quarter and started the fourth quarter by combining with S Jamal Adams to bring Allen down for a loss of 5 yards…Vs. L.A. Rams (Dec. 27): Posted three tackles (all solo) and matched his career high with two sacks, the fifth two-sack game of his career. Registered both sacks in the fourth quarter, taking down QB Jared Goff for a loss of 2 yards with just under eight minutes left and dropping Goff for a loss of 9 yards on a third-and-10 with just over two minutes remaining.
2019 SEASON: Started all 10 games he played in, totaling 27 tackles (10 solo), two sacks, eight QB hits, a pass defensed and a forced fumble…Suspended for the first six games for a violation of the personal conduct policy…At San Francisco (Nov. 11): Tallied four tackles (one solo), 1½ sacks and a forced fumble. With the 49ers on the Seahawks' 23, sacked and forced a fumble on QB Jimmy Garoppolo that was recovered by DE Jadeveon Clowney and returned for a TD late in the second quarter. Early in the second half, split a 5-yard sack of Garoppolo with DT Puna Ford…At L.A. Rams (Dec. 8): Matched his season high with five tackles (four solo), including three stops of RB Todd Gurley within 2 yards of the line of scrimmage…Vs. Arizona (Dec. 22): Posted three tackles (all solo) and a half-sack, teaming with S Brandon McDougald to bring down QB Brett Hundley for a loss of 7 yards on third down in the third quarter.
2018 SEASON: Started all 16 games for first time in his career and finished No. 2 on the team with a career-high 10½ sacks, the third-most sacks by a defensive tackle in a single season in franchise history (Kennedy, Randle)…Also set career highs with 50 tackles (34 solo) and 24 QB hits while recording 12 tackles for a loss and two fumble recoveries…Posted at least one tackle for a loss in seven games…Started the lone postseason contest and registered four tackles (two solo) and a QB hit…Vs. Dallas (Sept. 23): Posted three tackles (all solo), two sacks and two tackles for a loss. Took down Prescott on first down for a 7-yard loss with under two minutes to play in the second quarter and brought him down again with under a minute to play in the game for a loss of 12 yards on third-and-10…At Arizona (Sept. 30): Finished with a season-best five tackles (four solo), two tackles for a loss and a sack. Early in the game, sacked QB Josh Rosen for a loss of 9 yards on third-and-10. With just under five minutes to play in the third quarter, chased RB David Johnson outside the right tackle and teamed with DE Branden Jackson to drop him for a loss of 2 yards on first down…At San Francisco (Dec. 16): Registered three tackles (all solo), two sacks and two tackles for a loss. With 2:09 left in a tie game, sacked QB Nick Mullens for a loss of 9 yards on first down and then on third-and-19 sacked Mullens again for a loss of 9 yards…Vs. Arizona (Dec. 30): Finished with three tackles (all solo), two tackles for a loss and two sacks. With the ball at the Arizona 30 and 11 seconds left in the first half, sacked Rosen for a loss of 3 yards, and with 2:27 left in the fourth quarter and the ball at the Cardinals' 34-yard line, sacked Rosen for a loss of 3 yards.
2017 SEASON: Started all 15 games he appeared in and posted 45 tackles (23 solo), four tackles for a loss, 1½ sacks, eight QB hits, a pass defensed and a forced fumble…At N.Y. Giants (Oct. 22): Posted a career-best seven tackles (all solo), two tackles for a loss and registered a sack-forced fumble on QB Eli Manning that was recovered by LB Frank Clark with Seattle up three with just under 10 minutes to play in the game. Stopped RB Shane Vereen twice behind the line of scrimmage, once for a loss of 3 yards on a screen play in the first quarter and for a loss of 2 yards on a second-quarter run…Vs. Washington (Nov. 5): Posted five tackles (two solo) and a half-sack, teaming with DT Nazair Jones to drop QB Kirk Cousins for a loss of 9 yards on first down late in the first quarter…At Dallas (Dec. 24): Finished with two tackles (one solo) and broke through the line to take RB Ezekiel Elliott down with one arm for a loss of 2 yards.
2016 SEASON: Played 15 games with six starts and finished the year with 34 tackles (13 solo), 1½ sacks, four QB hits and three passes defensed…Also started both postseason contests and registered three tackles (all solo)…Vs. Atlanta (Oct. 16): Posted three tackles (one solo) and his first career sack, taking down QB Matt Ryan late in the first quarter on second-and-17…At New England (Nov. 13): Finished with a season-best five tackles (one solo) and a half-sack. With the ball just across midfield, pushed the guard back a few yards and shared a sack of QB Tom Brady for a loss of 7 yards with DL Damontre Moore early in the third quarter….2016 Draft: Selected by Seattle in the second round (No. 49 overall) after the Seahawks traded its second-round (No. 56 overall) and fourth-round (No. 124 overall) picks to Chicago to move up. Was East Mississippi Community College's highest NFL Draft pick since former Mississippi State University running back James "J.J." Johnson (Mobile, Ala.), who was picked No. 39 overall by the Miami Dolphins in 1999.
COLLEGE: Made 28 career starts at Alabama, playing in 29 career games…In his two seasons, recorded 112 tackles (49 solo), two sacks, 11 tackles for a loss, a fumble recovery and seven passes defensed…Came to Alabama as one of the top junior-college defensive linemen in the country after spending two seasons at East Mississippi Community College…Helped lead his team to a win in the NJCAA national championship during the 2013 season…Participated in the Reese's Senior Bowl…Majored in human environmental sciences…Senior season (2015): Played in all 15 games and recorded 57 tackles (17 solo), a sack, 4½ tackles for a loss, eight QB hurries, two passes defensed and a fumble recovery…Help lead his team to a national championship and was selected as a second-team All-SEC honoree by The Associated Press…Earned defensive player of the week honors from the UA coaching staff for his efforts against Wisconsin, Middle Tennessee, Ole Miss, ULM, Arkansas and Tennessee…Junior season (2014): Played in all 14 games with 13 starts, recording 55 tackles (22 solo), a sack, 6½ tackles for loss and five passes defensed…Earned All-SEC honorable mention from AP…Registered the most tackles by a defensive lineman since Wallace Gilberry in 2007…Earned Alabama Defensive Player of the Week honors following the Florida game…Sophomore season (2013): Earned NJCAA All-Region honors while helping East Mississippi Community College win the NJCAA national championship…Finished No. 6 on the team with 66 total stops (41 solo) and added 5½ tackles for a loss, 3½ sacks, two passes defensed and a fumble recovery…Freshman season (2012): In his first year at EMCC, recorded 35 tackles (20 solo), five tackles for a loss, a fumble recovery and a sack.
PERSONAL: Given name is Jarran Kentrel Reed…First name is pronounced JAIR-in…Nickname is J-Reed…Spent the 2011 season at Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Va., after graduating from Goldsboro (N.C.) High…High school: Spent the 2011 season at Hargrave Military Academy after graduating from Goldsboro (N.C.) High…As a senior at Goldsboro in 2010, recorded 118 tackles with four sacks while forcing a fumble, recovering a fumble and blocking a kick…Community involvement: Has hosted an annual free youth football camp in his hometown of Goldsboro, N.C.