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Jacob Lacey biography

Date of birth : 1987-05-28
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Columbus, Ohio
Nationality : American
Category : Sports
Last modified : 2010-12-22
Credited as : Football player NFL, defensive back for the Indianapolis Colts, Super Bowl/NFL Draft player

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Jacob Lacey is an American football cornerback for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League.

2010: Appeared in nine games, starting one at RCB, two at LCB and two as fifth DB…was inactive at Houston 9/12, vs. Kansas City 10/10, at Washington 10/17 and vs. Houston 11/1…had one tackle vs. NY Giants 9/19…had seven tackles, two passes defensed and one interception in start at Denver 9/26…44-yard interception in second quarter set up Colts first touchdown and was career-long return…had three tackles at Jacksonville 10/3…had four tackles in start at RCB at Philadelphia 11/7…had eight tackles vs. Cincinnati 11/14…also had two special teams tackles…had two tackles at New England 11/21…also had two special teams tackles…had two tackles in start vs. San Diego 11/28…also had one special teams tackle…had six tackles in start at LCB vs. Dallas 12/5….had team-leading eight tackles in start at LCB at Tennessee 12/9.

2009: Started nine of 16 games as rookie, opening six at LCB and final three games at RCB…opened at LCB at Tennessee 10/11 and games 8-12…ranked 5th on team with 78 tackles, 63 solo, 3rd with three interceptions and 1st with 13 passes defensed…also had 11 special teams tackles…had seven tackles and three passes defensed in first career start at Tennessee…had three tackles, two special teams tackles and first career interception for 35t at St. Louis 10/25…had nine stops vs. Houston 11/8 and seven tackles and one pass defensed vs. New England 11/15…had career-high 10 tackles and three passes defensed at Baltimore 11/22…had three tackles and one interception vs. Tennessee 12/6…had nine tackles vs. Denver 12/13 and four tackles, two passes defensed and one interception at Jacksonville 12/17…third career interception sealed Colts win. POST-SEASON: Appeared in three games, starting two at RCB...had 15 tackles, 14 solo, one pass defensed and three special teams tackles…saw action as reserve DB vs. Baltimore 1/16, recording three tackles, one pass defensed and two special teams tackles...started at RCB vs. NYJ 1/24 in AFC Championship Game and had six tackles and one special teams tackle…started at RCB vs. New Orleans 2/7 in Super Bowl XLIV and had six tackles.

2009: PFW/PFWA and The Sporting News NFL All-Rookie Team.


Four-year letterman and three-year starter who opened 40 of 49 career games…had 186 tackles, 141 solo, 8.0 tackles for losses, one sack, seven interceptions, 36 passes defensed and three FF…started 13 games as senior…had 61 tackles, 52 solo, two stops for losses, two interceptions, 16 passes defensed and two FF…was Second-Team All-Big 12 choice…16 passes defensed led conference…had six stops and one pass defensed in Holiday Bowl against Oregon…started 13 games as junior…had career-best 63 tackles, 49 solo, three stops for losses, one sack, five interceptions and 14 passes defensed…had three interceptions vs. Texas, including one returned for TD…three interceptions were most in school history since 1959 (3, Tony Banfield)…had career-best 12 tackles, 11 solo, against Texas Tech…started 13 games as sophomore…had 48 tackles, 32 solo, two stops for losses, five passes defensed and one FF…started one of 10 games as freshman…had 14 tackles, one for loss, and one pass defensed…majored in education.


Full name is Jacob Lacey…born in Columbus, Ohio and raised in Garland, Texas…attended Naaman Forest High School…was First-Team all-district choice and Offensive MVP as senior…had 1,200 yards and 14 TDs rushing and 650 yards and 1 TD passing…single…resides in Garland, Texas.

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