The Jacksonville Jaguars, in partnership with USA Heads Up Football, are hosting a moms football safety clinic at EverBank Field.
The free clinic will include education on proper equipment fitting; concussion awareness; heat and hydration; and USA Football’s Heads Up Football program.
As part of the event, moms in attendance will practice Heads Up Tackling and other football-related drills on the Florida Blue Health and Wellness Practice Fields. The event is one of a series of football safety clinics for moms. Moms should wear athletic attire.
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Former second-round draft pick of the Cleveland Browns in 2009 … Spent past four seasons with the Browns, playing in 54 games with 43 starts … Career totals include 118 receptions for 1,745 yards (14.8 avg.) with seven TDs … Has two career 100-yard receiving games, both as a rookie in 2009 … Recorded 17 career receptions of 25-plus yards … Posted career-best 36 receptions in 2010 and 34 catches and three TDs in 2009 …
TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the second round (50th overall) of the 2009 draft … Signed by Jacksonville as an unrestricted free agent on 4/8/13.
PRO: Former second-round draft pick of the Cleveland Browns in 2009 … Spent past four seasons with the Browns, playing in 54 games with 43 starts … Career totals include 118 receptions for 1,745 yards (14.8 avg.) with seven TDs … Has two career 100-yard receiving games, both as a rookie in 2009 … Recorded 17 career receptions of 25-plus yards … Posted career-best 36 receptions in 2010 and 34 catches and three TDs in 2009 …
2012: Played in nine games and made five starts … Finished with 17 catches for 254 yards (14.9 avg.) … Missed seven games with injuries … Opened the season with three receptions for 41 yards on 9/9 vs. PHI … Posted a season-high five catches for 90 yards (18.0) with a long of 22 on 9/16 at CIN. All five receptions resulted in first downs … Registered three receptions for 27 yards on 11/25 vs. PIT and totaled 60 yards on two catches on 12/2 at OAK …
2011: Started 13 of 14 games … Was inactive for two games with a concussion … Had 31 receptions for 384 yards (12.4 avg.) and two TDs with a long of 56 … Opened season with a 56-yard reception on 9/11 vs. CIN … Had two receptions for 26 yards on 9/25 vs. MIA including a 14-yard leaping TD catch with 43 seconds remaining … Recorded a season-high six receptions for 46 yards on 10/2 vs. TEN … Caught three passes for 30 yards on 10/16 at OAK including a 12-yard score …
2010: Played in 15 games and made a career-high 14 starts … Produced a career-high 36 catches for 483 yards (13.4 avg.) with two TDs … Also rushed for minus-3 yards on one attempt and completed his only pass attempt for 29 yards and a TD … Hauled in a 31-yard TD reception from Jake Delhomme in the season-opener on 9/12 at TB … Had a season-high five receptions for 50 yards on 10/10 vs. ATL … Was inactive on 10/24 at NO with a head injury sustained the previous week on 10/17 at PIT … Recorded a three-yard TD catch from Colt McCoy with 44 seconds remaining in regulation to force OT on 11/14 vs. NYJ … Had two catches for 14 yards on 12/26 vs. BAL and hit Brian Robiskie for a 29-yard TD pass in the first quarter, becoming the first non-QB to throw a TD pass for the Browns since 2002 …
2009: Appeared in all 16 games and made 11 starts … Tied for the team-lead with 34 receptions and led squad with 624 yards and three TDs … Became only fourth rookie to lead Browns in receiving yards in a season and the first since Kevin Johnson in 1999 … His 18.4 average per reception was a franchise rookie record, surpassing the previous mark of 17.7 set by Paul Warfield in 1964 … Ranked second in the NFL among the top 50 receiving yardage leaders in the AFC (Pittsburgh’s Mike Wallace, 19.4 avg.) … Recorded two 100-yard receiving games … Made NFL debut on 9/13 vs. MIN and had an 18-yard reception … Produced a career-high eight catches for 148 yards (18.5 avg.) on 10/4 vs. CIN … Was targeted 10 times on 10/18 at PIT and finished with 83 yards on five receptions … Scored first NFL TD on 11/22 at DET on a 59-yard score and finished with 115 yards on five receptions (23.0 avg.).
COLLEGE: Started 36 of 51 games from 2005-08 at Georgia … Career totals included 158 receptions for 2,282 yards (14.4 avg.) and 16 TDs … His 2,282 receiving yards ranked fourth in school history … Made 58 catches for 920 yards as a senior, the third-highest single-season total in school history … Earned first-team All-SEC honors and was Academic All-SEC member … Named team captain as a senior and earned the Leon Farmer Award for dedication to the strength and conditioning program and academics … Was a Freshman All-America honorable-mention selection by The Sporting News and named the team’s Offensive Newcomer of the Year in 2005 after hauling in 38 catches for 505 yards and two TDs … Earned a degree in psychology.
PERSONAL: Native of Charlotte, N.C. … Attended Independence High School … Three-time all-state selection and was a finalist for the Watkins Award as a senior, which recognizes African-American Scholar Athletes … Set the North Carolina state prep records for career receiving yards (4,851), receiving yards in a season (1,834 in 2004), career TD catches (76), and TD catches in a season (32 in 2004) … Finished his career with 272 receptions and helped his team win 77 consecutive games and capture four consecutive state 4A championships … Part of the same high school team as Hakeem Nicks of the New York Giants and former University of Florida quarterback Chris Leak … Cousin, Jonathan, is a defensive end for the Atlanta Falcons … Twitter handle is @MoMass13 … Full name is Mohamed Jah Massaquoi.