Monday, January 17, 2011

All-Rookie Jerry Leads Strong Rebel Class

Pro Football Weekly announced its 2010 NFL All-Rookie team, as voted by the Professional Football Writers of America, and former Rebel John Jerry was one of two offensive guards on the squad. Baby J started 10 games at right guard for Miami this season and played in a reserve role twice. He was inactive four games while recovering from an illness. Jerry was one of several Rebel rookies that showed out this season. Here is how they did:

Dexter McCluster, Kansas City: Played in 11 regular-season games with seven starts (plus played in playoff game) ... Totaled 21 catches for 209 yards and a 31-yard TD ... Rushed 18 times for 71 yards ... Returned 13 punts for 202 yards and a 94-yard TD ... Returned 26 kickoffs for 527 yards.

Kendrick Lewis, Kansas City: Played in 12 regular-season games with 10 starts (plus started in playoff game) ... Credited with 30 tackles, seven pass break-ups, three interceptions and a forced fumble.

Greg Hardy, Carolina: Played in 15 games ... Credited with 30 tackles, three sacks, one safety and one pass break-up.

Cassius Vaughn, Denver: Played in 13 games ... Returned two kickoffs for 125 yards with a 97-yard TD ... Credited with eight tackles.

Marshay Green, Arizona: Promoted to the active roster for the final six games but was not activated on gamedays ... Credited with five tackles in four preseason games.

Shay Hodge, Cincinnati: Promoted to the active roster for the season finale but did not see action.

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