Rashad Jeanty

Rashad Jeanty

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Rashad Jeanty (born April 17, 1983) is an American football linebacker for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. He was signed by the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League after he went undrafted in 2002. After playing four seasons with the Eskimos, he signed with the Cincinnati Bengals of the NFL in 2006. He played college football at Central Florida.

Early years

Jeanty attended Carol City High School, where he was rated the 14th-best player in the nation and sixth-best in Florida by The Miami Herald.

College career

Jeanty played for two seasons at the University of Central Florida, from 2000–2001, logging 9.5 sacks and 137 tackles in 22 games. In 2001, he earned the second team All-Freshman honors from The Football News and was named to The Sporting News third-team Freshman All-America team.

Professional career

Edmonton Eskimos

Jeanty played three seasons on the Edmonton Eskimos, from 2002–2005, primarily as a defensive end. He won the Grey Cup Championship with Edmonton in 2003 and 2005.

Cincinnati Bengals

Due to an injury to David Pollack, Jeanty was tabbed to start at SLB in his NFL debut on September 10, 2006 at Kansas City. He was the only undrafted rookie in an NFL starting lineup on kickoff weekend. He had two tackles in the Bengals' 23-10 win. He also had a key special teams play, as his recovery of muffed punt by Dante Hall at the Chiefs 14-yard line was an early momentum-shifter, leading to a Bengals field goal that...
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