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Player Bio

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Chris Prosinski
SS #42
Height:
6-1
Weight:
208
College:
Wyoming
Hometown:
Buffalo, Wyo.
Experience:
4
Defensive
YearTeamGTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntTDsYdsAvgLng
TOTAL 52 96 74 22 0 0 6 1 0 6 -- 4
2014 PHI 4 3 2 1 0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2014 JAC 3 5 2 3 0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2013 JAC 16 16 12 4 0 -- 2 -- -- -- -- --
2012 JAC 16 53 42 11 0 -- 4 1 0 6 6 4
2011 JAC 13 19 16 3 0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

Fourth-year pro has ability to play both safety positions … Has played in 45 games with nine starts since being selected in the fourth round of the 2011 draft ... Career totals include 91 tackles (56 solo), six passes defensed and one tackle for loss ... Added 25 special teams tackles and a blocked punt ... Started a career-high seven games in 2012 and registered 66 tackles and first career INT ... Saw action in 13 games as a rookie and had 10 special teams tackles … Missed the final three games with a thumb injury … First player drafted by the Jaguars from Wyoming … Selected with pick obtained from New Orleans for Jaguars’ 2010 5th-round pick … Three-year starter at Wyoming including last 37 games at free safety … Ranked fourth in school history with 373 tackles and led his team in final two seasons … Was state champion in long jump, 110 hurdles and 100 meter dash in high school ...

TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted in the fourth round (121st overall) of the 2011 draft.

PRO: Fourth-year pro has ability to play both safety positions … Has played in 45 games with nine starts since being selected in the fourth round of the 2011 draft ... Career totals include 91 tackles (56 solo), six passes defensed and one tackle for loss ... Added 25 special teams tackles and a blocked punt ... Started a career-high seven games in 2012 and registered 66 tackles and first career INT ... Saw action in 13 games as a rookie and had 10 special teams tackles … Missed the final three games with a thumb injury … First player drafted by the Jaguars from Wyoming … Selected with pick obtained from New Orleans for Jaguars’ 2010 5th-round pick … Three-year starter at Wyoming including last 37 games at free safety … Ranked fourth in school history with 373 tackles and led his team in final two seasons … Was state champion in long jump, 110 hurdles and 100 meter dash in high school ...

2013: Appeared in all 16 games for the second consecutive season and made one start ... Led team with nine special teams tackles ... Added seven tackles (five solo) and two passes defensed ... 10/6 at STL: Saw action on special teams and deflectd a Johnny Hekker punt in the third quarter. Added one special teams tackle ... 10/13 at DEN: Totaled one special teams tackle and one pass defensed ... 12/1 at CLE: Totaled one pass defensed and one special teams tackle ... 12/5 vs. HOU: Had one special teams tackle. Did not play in the second half after suffering a concussion ... 12/15 vs. BUF: Made first start of the season at SS and totaled four tackles (three solo) and added one special teams tackle ...

2012: Appeared in a career-high 16 games with seven starts … Totaled a career-best 66 tackles (44 solo) along with four passes defensed, one tackle for loss and six special teams tackles … Tied for the team-lead with three special teams tackles in the season-opener on 9/9 at MIN … Had two special teams tackles on 9/23 at IND and played 15 snaps at safety … Saw extensive action at safety on 10/7 vs. CHI and had one tackle … Did not miss a snap at safety on 10/21 at OAK and tallied five tackles and one pass defensed … Started at FS on 10/28 at GB and made four solo tackles … Posted seven tackles in start on 11/8 vs. IND and 10 tackles on 11/18 at HOU … Registered a season-high 11 tackles on 12/23 vs. NE and intercepted Tom Brady on the opening series and returned it four yards.  Marked his first career INT … Concluded season on 12/30 at TEN with five tackles and one tackle for loss …

2011: Appeared in 13 games as a rookie and made one start at safety … Posted 19 tackles (seven solo) and had 10 special teams tackles … Made NFL debut on 9/11 vs. TEN … Recorded two tackles on 9/25 at CAR, 10/2 vs. NO and 10/16 at PIT … Had two special teams tackles on 11/13 at IND and one tackle on defense … Led team with a career-high three special teams tackles on 11/27 vs. HOU … Saw extensive action at safety on 12/5 vs. SD after Dwight Lowery left with an injury and recorded three tackles … Earned first career start on 12/11 at TB and finished with four solo tackles.  Injured his thumb and was placed on injured reserve on Dec. 12.

COLLEGE: Three-year starter … Career totals include 373 tackles (197 solo), 21 passes defensed and five INTs … Played in the Texas vs. Nation All-Star Game … Ranked fourth in school history in tackles … Led team in tackles his final two seasons … Two-time All-Mountain West Conference (MWC) selection … Second team All-MWC selection as a senior … Team captain … Led team for the second consecutive season in tackles, finishing with 108 (66 solo) … Ranked third in conference in tackles … Added two INTs, two forced fumbles and five passes defensed … Received Coach Paul Roach Team MVP Award, named after former Wyoming head football coach and athletic director … Was one of two players to be honored by the Wyoming chapter of the National Football Foundation as its UW Scholar-Athletes … One of 121 semifinalists for The William V. Campbell Trophy, previously named the Draddy Trophy, for college football’s top scholar athlete … Started all 13 games as a junior … Second-team All-MWC selection and earned Academic All-Conference honors … Totaled team-high 140 tackles (71 solo), 3.5 tackles for loss, six passes defensed, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery … Had double-digit tackles in eight consecutive games to close out the season … Started all 12 games in first season as a starter as a sophomore … Finished with 88 tackles and three INTs … Honorable-mention All-MWC selection … Academic All-Conference honoree … Led team with 12 passes defensed which ranked fourth in the conference … Tied for team lead in INTs … Played in all 12 games as a redshirt freshman … Credited with 37 tackles and one pass defensed …Graduated in May, 2010 with a degree in business administration.

PERSONAL: Resides in Buffalo, Wyo. … Attended Buffalo High School in Wyoming where he starred at QB and at returner … Led school to back-to-back Wyoming 4-A state titles … Named Offensive Player of the Year in state of Wyoming by the Casper Star-Tribune following his senior year … Was two-time all-state selection … Excelled in basketball and helped team post a 23-2 record as a senior … Earned All-State honors in his final two seasons … Also lettered in track and field where he won the state championship in the long jump as a junior and captured three individual state championships in the long jump, 110 hurdles and 100 meter dash as a senior … Set school records in the long jump, 110 hurdles, 300 hurdles and 4x400 relay … Achieved a perfect 4.00 GPA in high school … Was one of only five former high school football student-athletes in the nation to be named National Football Foundation (NFF) National High School Scholar-Athlete. More than 2,500 are honored annually by the 120 NFF chapters across the country and only five receive the award … Trained in Orlando with Tom Shaw prior to the NFL Draft … Father, Paul, was high school basketball coach for 30 years and also coached track … Full name: Chris Prosinski.

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