Jon Stinchcomb life and biography

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Jon Stinchcomb biography

Date of birth : 1979-08-27
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
Nationality : American
Category : Sports
Last modified : 2010-10-15
Credited as : Football player NFL, offensive tackle for the Saints, Pro Bowl/NFL Draft player

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Jon Stinchcomb is an American football offensive tackle in the NFL for the New Orleans Saints.


Re-signed to a five-year contract (UFA), 3/3/09; Re-signed to two-year contract (UFA), 3/3/07; Placed on Reserve/Injured, 8/26/05; Signed a four-year contract, 7/25/03; Selected by Saints in second round (37th overall) in 2003 NFL Draft.

HONORS/AWARDS: 2009: Pro Bowl. 2008: New Orleans Saints Man of the Year.

2009- Started all 16 games at right tackle for the league’s top-ranked offense, earning his first career Pro Bowl selection. vs. Detroit (9/13): Started at RT and helped pace an offense that ran up 515 total yards, including 157 rushing yards and zero sacks allowed in the 45-27 win. at Philadelphia (9/20): Made his 50th career start and helped lead the way to 133 rushing yards and a 48-22 victory. at Buffalo (9/27): Started at RT and blocked for the team’s 222 rushing yards in the 27-7 win. vs. NY Jets (10/4): Started at RT and helped lead the team to 153 yards on the ground and held the Jets without a sack in the victory. vs. NY Giants (10/18): Was the starting right tackle in the Saints’ 48-27 victory that was highlighted by 493 yards of offense against the top-ranked Giants defense. at Miami (10/25): Started at right tackle in the 46-34 victory. vs. Atlanta (11/2): Was the starting RT in the Monday Night win. vs. Carolina (11/8): Started at right tackle in the win. at St. Louis (11/15): Started at right tackle and contributed to the team’s 203 rushing yards in the victory. at Tampa Bay (11/22): Was the starting right tackle in the 38-7 win, a game that saw the line hold the Buccaneers without a sack. vs. New England (11/30): Started at RT in the 38-17 victory on Monday Night Football. at Washington (12/6): Was the starting right tackle in the overtime win. at Atlanta (12/13): Started at RT and helped to keep Drew Brees without being sacked in the victory. vs. Dallas (12/19): Started at right tackle. vs. Tampa Bay (12/27): Started at RT. at Carolina (1/3): Started at right tackle. vs. Arizona (1/16 – Divisional Playoff): Started at right tackle in the victory, helping to keep Drew Brees without being sacked. vs. Minnesota (1/24 – NFC Championship Game): Was the starting RT in the victory. vs. Indianapolis (2/7 – Super Bowl XLIV): Started at RT in the win, holding the player he was matched up with for most of the game – Robert Mathis – to no tackles and no quarterback hits...

2008 – Key part of an offensive line that allowed just 13 sacks, a club-record for the fewest surrendered in a season…Opened all 16 games at right tackle, closed season with consecutive starts streak at 48.

2007 – Extended his streak of consecutive starts to 34-straight games, including the two playoff contests of the previous season…Opened every contest at RT…Part of an offensive line that only allowed an NFL-low 16 sacks, including a four-week stretch without surrendering one.

2006 – Had a banner season, starting all 16 games at right tackle and both postseason contests…Opener at Cleveland, Sept. 10, marked first NFL start. 2005 – Missed entire season after rupturing his right patella tendon in training camp. 2004 – Played in four games and declared inactive for other 12 contests. 2003 – Played in six games and dressed but did not play in one…Inactive for other nine games …Saw first NFL action vs. Atlanta, Nov. 16, on special teams.


Four-year starter at Georgia, opening 34 of 37 games…All-Academic honors in 2001-02…One of 11 players to earn AFCA Good Works Team honors for contributions to community service…In 2002 named a Walter Camp All-American, All-SEC and one of six recipients of National Football Foundation scholarship…Became first Georgia linemen to score a TD in 17 years when he recovered a fumble in end zone at Auburn in 2002…Named All-SEC in 2001…As a sophomore, started every game at RT and was named to All-SEC second team…Started 11 of 12 games as redshirt freshman in 1999.


A USA Today and Parade All-American at Parkview (Lilburn, Ga.) HS…Four-year starter on offensive line also started on defense for two seasons…Earned 4.0-grade-point-average in high school…Among the most community-minded Saints’ players, visiting area hospitals and schools during the season….Older brother, Matt, was an All-American and captain at Georgia (1995-98) and a first-round selection by Oakland Raiders in 1999…Married (Allison).

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