J.J. Jansen life and biography

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J.J. Jansen biography

Date of birth : 1986-01-20
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Phoenix, Arizona
Nationality : American
Category : Sports
Last modified : 2010-11-17
Credited as : Football player NFL, long snapper for the Panthers, Pro Bowl/NFL Draft player

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Jeffrey Richard "J. J." Jansen is an American football long snapper for the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League.

Traded by Green Bay to Carolina in exchange for a 2011 conditional draft choice (4/13/09)...Placed on injured reserve by Green Bay with an injured left knee (8/31/08)...Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by Green Bay (5/2/08).

Career (16/0); 2009 (16/0); 2008 (IR).

Served as long snapper on extra points, field goals and punts in all 16 contests...Efforts helped kicker John Kasay convert 31-of-32 extra-point opportunities and 22-of-27 field-goal attempts...Contibuted to punter Jason Baker's 44.1 yard gross average on 76 punts.

Placed on injured reserve by Green Bay with an injured left knee (8/31)...Suffered a torn left lateral collateral ligament during the Packers' final preseason game versus Tennessee (8/28).

Played in 32 games at Notre Dame...Was the Fighting Irish's long snapper...Recorded eight special teams tackles...2007 (Sr.): Served as the long snapper on field goals and punts in all 12 games...Worked with two different punters and right-footed and left-footed place-kickers with each having his own holder...Posted five special teams tackles...2006 (Jr.): Handled long-snapping duties for field goals and punts in all 13 games...Contributed one special teams tackle...2005 (So.): Played in seven games...Took over as the team's long snapper against Southern California...Notched two special teams tackles...2004 (Fr.): Did not play in any games as a true freshman.

Attended Brophy College Preparatory in Phoenix, Ariz....Graduated with a degree in accounting from Notre Dame.

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