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Jeremy Zuttah
G/C #53
Height:
6-4
Weight:
300
Age:
28
College:
Rutgers
Hometown:
Edison, NJ
Experience:
7

Quick Stats (2014):

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2
GS
2
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 92 78
2014 BAL 2 2
2013 TB 16 16
2012 TB 16 16
2011 TB 15 14
2010 TB 15 9
2009 TB 16 16
2008 TB 12 5
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 CIN L 16-23
2 PIT W 26-6

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Biography

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Jermey Zuttah signed with Baltimore (trade with Tampa Bay) on 3/25/14...Re-signed (four-year contract) with the Buccaneers on 3/5/12...Was originally selected by Tampa Bay in the third round (83rd overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft.

CAREER

• Has played in 90 career games, including 76 starts (30 at center, five at RG and 41 at LG), all with Tampa Bay
• Started at center and helped open holes, allowing RB Doug Martin to rush for a career-high 251 yards, including a Tampa Bay franchise-record 4 TDs, vs. NO (10/17/10); part of 515 total yards from scrimmage, the second-highest total in Buccaneers franchise history

2013: (with Tampa Bay – 16/16) Started 14 games at center and two at LG, helping the Buccaneers rush for 1,612 yards (100.8 per game) and a 3.8 yards per carry average
• Started at center and helped RB Bobby Rainey rush for 127 yards, including a career-long 80-yard TD jaunt, on 22 carries (5.8 avg.) in game 13 vs. Buf. (12/8)

2012: (with Tampa Bay – 16/16) Started the first eight games at center, then moved and started the final eight games at LG after injuries to Carl Nicks...Helped protect QB Josh Freeman, allowing him to throw for 4,065 yards and 27 TDs and helped pave the way for the Bucs to rush for 1,837 yards and 13 TDs, including 1,454 yards and 11 TDs by RB Doug Martin
• Started at center and helped open holes, allowing RB Doug Martin to establish career highs in rushing yards (251) and a franchise-record 4 rushing TDs on 25 carries (10.0 avg.) in game 8 at Oak. (11/4)
• Started at center and helped protect QB Josh Freeman, allowing him time to complete 15 of 27 passes for 328 yards and 3 TDs in the 38-10 victory in game 5 vs. KC (10/14)

2011: (with Tampa Bay – 15/14) Helped protect QB Josh Freeman, allowing him time to complete 62.8% of his passes (346 of 551) for 3,838 yards and 16 TDs and paved the way for the Bucs to rush for 1,458 yards and 9 TDs

2010: (with Tampa Bay – 15/9) Helped pave the way for Tampa Bay to rush for 2,001 yards, including 1,007 yards and 6 TDs by rookie RB LaGarrette Blunt...Also helped allow QB Josh Freeman time to throw for 3,451 yards and 25 TDs
• Started and helped open holes, allowing Blunt to rush for his first-career 100-yard game, carrying the ball 22 times for 120 yards (5.5 avg.) and 2 TDs in game 7 at Ari. (10/31)

2009: (with Tampa Bay – 16/16) Helped pave the way for the Buccaneers to rush for 1,617 yards and 5 TDs
• Helped RB Carnell Williams to rush 24 times for a season high 124 yards and a 23-yard TD in game 15 at NO (12/27)

2008: (with Tampa Bay – 12/5) Helped the Bucs gain 5,625 yards (3,788 passing and 1,837 rushing) and 26 total TDs (13 passing and 13 rushing)
• Became the third rookie since 2005 to start (started at RG) on the Bucs’ OL on opening day in game 1 at NO (9/7)

COLLEGE: Played in 44 games, including 40 starts, in four seasons with the Scarlet Knights (2004-07)...Was a two-time first-team All-Big East (2006 and 2007) selection who started 28-straight games to finish his collegiate career, while not allowing a sack during that span...Was a starter on the O-line that paved the way for freshman RB Ray Rice to rush for 1,120 yards and 5 TDs, en route to winning a school record-tying 11 games and registered the school’s highest ever season ending national poll ranking, finishing No. 12...Graduated with an economics degree in three and a half years.

HIGH SCHOOL, PERSONAL: Three-year starter at JP Stevens (Edison, NJ) HS, playing on both the O-line and D-line...Was a two-time All-Area selection and first-team All-Middlesex and All-Group 4 selection and first-team All-State honoree as a senior in 2003.

COMMUNITY: Helped sponsor the Buccaneers’ 2008-12 “Turkey Time with the O-Line” programs, providing more than 3,000 Thanksgiving meals for local underprivileged families...Hosted athletes from Special Olympics Florida to watch training camp and participate in drills and fundamentals with players in Aug. 2010...Along with the O-line and TEs, surprised 26 single mothers with gifts for the holidays in Dec. 2010...Participated in the Buccaneers’ Hometown Huddle in Oct. 2009, playing games and fitness activities with underprivileged youth...As a member of the Buccaneers’ 2008 Rookie Club, visited All Children’s Hospital, sang holiday carols at Westminster Palms retirement home, sorted and distributed food at Metropolitan Ministries, hosted a youth football clinic for local Pop Warner athletes and participated in a bowling outing for foster children.

Download Bio Update TRANSACTIONS

Jermey Zuttah signed with Baltimore (trade with Tampa Bay) on 3/25/14...Re-signed (four-year contract) with the Buccaneers on 3/5/12...Was originally selected by Tampa Bay in the third round (83rd overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft.

CAREER

• Has played in 90 career games, including 76 starts (30 at center, five at RG and 41 at LG), all with Tampa Bay
• Started at center and helped open holes, allowing RB Doug Martin to rush for a career-high 251 yards, including a Tampa Bay franchise-record 4 TDs, vs. NO (10/17/10); part of 515 total yards from scrimmage, the second-highest total in Buccaneers franchise history

2013: (with Tampa Bay – 16/16) Started 14 games at center and two at LG, helping the Buccaneers rush for 1,612 yards (100.8 per game) and a 3.8 yards per carry average
• Started at center and helped RB Bobby Rainey rush for 127 yards, including a career-long 80-yard TD jaunt, on 22 carries (5.8 avg.) in game 13 vs. Buf. (12/8)

2012: (with Tampa Bay – 16/16) Started the first eight games at center, then moved and started the final eight games at LG after injuries to Carl Nicks...Helped protect QB Josh Freeman, allowing him to throw for 4,065 yards and 27 TDs and helped pave the way for the Bucs to rush for 1,837 yards and 13 TDs, including 1,454 yards and 11 TDs by RB Doug Martin
• Started at center and helped open holes, allowing RB Doug Martin to establish career highs in rushing yards (251) and a franchise-record 4 rushing TDs on 25 carries (10.0 avg.) in game 8 at Oak. (11/4)
• Started at center and helped protect QB Josh Freeman, allowing him time to complete 15 of 27 passes for 328 yards and 3 TDs in the 38-10 victory in game 5 vs. KC (10/14)

2011: (with Tampa Bay – 15/14) Helped protect QB Josh Freeman, allowing him time to complete 62.8% of his passes (346 of 551) for 3,838 yards and 16 TDs and paved the way for the Bucs to rush for 1,458 yards and 9 TDs

2010: (with Tampa Bay – 15/9) Helped pave the way for Tampa Bay to rush for 2,001 yards, including 1,007 yards and 6 TDs by rookie RB LaGarrette Blunt...Also helped allow QB Josh Freeman time to throw for 3,451 yards and 25 TDs
• Started and helped open holes, allowing Blunt to rush for his first-career 100-yard game, carrying the ball 22 times for 120 yards (5.5 avg.) and 2 TDs in game 7 at Ari. (10/31)

2009: (with Tampa Bay – 16/16) Helped pave the way for the Buccaneers to rush for 1,617 yards and 5 TDs
• Helped RB Carnell Williams to rush 24 times for a season high 124 yards and a 23-yard TD in game 15 at NO (12/27)

2008: (with Tampa Bay – 12/5) Helped the Bucs gain 5,625 yards (3,788 passing and 1,837 rushing) and 26 total TDs (13 passing and 13 rushing)
• Became the third rookie since 2005 to start (started at RG) on the Bucs’ OL on opening day in game 1 at NO (9/7)

COLLEGE: Played in 44 games, including 40 starts, in four seasons with the Scarlet Knights (2004-07)...Was a two-time first-team All-Big East (2006 and 2007) selection who started 28-straight games to finish his collegiate career, while not allowing a sack during that span...Was a starter on the O-line that paved the way for freshman RB Ray Rice to rush for 1,120 yards and 5 TDs, en route to winning a school record-tying 11 games and registered the school’s highest ever season ending national poll ranking, finishing No. 12...Graduated with an economics degree in three and a half years.

HIGH SCHOOL, PERSONAL: Three-year starter at JP Stevens (Edison, NJ) HS, playing on both the O-line and D-line...Was a two-time All-Area selection and first-team All-Middlesex and All-Group 4 selection and first-team All-State honoree as a senior in 2003.

COMMUNITY: Helped sponsor the Buccaneers’ 2008-12 “Turkey Time with the O-Line” programs, providing more than 3,000 Thanksgiving meals for local underprivileged families...Hosted athletes from Special Olympics Florida to watch training camp and participate in drills and fundamentals with players in Aug. 2010...Along with the O-line and TEs, surprised 26 single mothers with gifts for the holidays in Dec. 2010...Participated in the Buccaneers’ Hometown Huddle in Oct. 2009, playing games and fitness activities with underprivileged youth...As a member of the Buccaneers’ 2008 Rookie Club, visited All Children’s Hospital, sang holiday carols at Westminster Palms retirement home, sorted and distributed food at Metropolitan Ministries, hosted a youth football clinic for local Pop Warner athletes and participated in a bowling outing for foster children.

 

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