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Team

Johnathan Joseph
CB #24
Height:
5-11
Weight:
188
Age:
31
College:
South Carolina
Hometown:
Rock Hill, S.C.
Experience:
10

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Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
GGSTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
TOTAL 495 426 69 0.0 0 129 25 505 -- 60 5 5 5
2014 HOU 16 16 75 70 5 0.0 0 11 2 85 42.5 60 1 2 2
2013 HOU 15 15 47 44 3 0.0 -- 16 3 64 21.3 32 0 0 --
2012 HOU 14 14 57 52 5 0.0 0 11 2 88 44 52 1 0 --
2011 HOU 15 15 44 40 4 0.0 -- 15 4 40 10 29 0 1 --
2010 CIN 12 12 42 37 5 0.0 0 8 3 38 12.7 21 1 0 --
2009 CIN 16 16 69 58 11 0.0 0 20 6 92 15.3 32 1 1 --
2008 CIN 8 7 42 31 11 0.0 0 13 1 22 22 22 0 1 1
2007 CIN 15 14 62 49 13 0.0 0 15 4 76 19 42 1 0 --
2006 CIN 16 9 57 45 12 0.0 -- 20 -- -- -- -- -- 0 2

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Twitter: @TheRealJJoe24

TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Cincinnati Bengals in the first round (24th overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft…Signed with Bengals on July 29, 2006...Signed with Houston Texans as an unrestricted free agent on July 29, 2011...Placed on injured reserve on Dec. 24, 2013.

TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Cincinnati Bengals in the first round (24th overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft…Signed with Bengals on July 29, 2006...Signed with Houston Texans as an unrestricted free agent on July 29, 2011...Placed on injured reserve on Dec. 24, 2013.

HONORS:
Associated Press Second-Team All-Pro (2011)
Two-time Pro Bowl selection (2012, 2013)
Pro Football Weekly/PFWA All-NFL, All-AFC Team (2011)
SI.com (Peter King) All-Pro Team (2011)

CAREER:
Has played in 127 career games with 117 starts and has recorded 509 total tackles, including 437 solo
Owns 25 career interceptions, five forced fumbles and five fumble recoveries
Has recorded 11 interceptions since signing with the Texans, tied for second-most in franchise history
Since he entered the NFL in 2006, ranks first amongst active players with 128 passes defensed
Scored six career touchdown returns (five interceptions and one fumble recovery)

2014 (Houston 16/16):
Started all 16 games and finished with a career-best 75 tackles. Also had two interceptions, including a 60-yard interception return for touchdown, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and 11 passes defensed
Led the team with 11 tackles (11 solo) in a Week 1 win over Washington (9/7)
Forced a fumble and recovered a fumble and returned it 49 yards in Week 2 against Oakland (9/14). Finished with five tackles
Made five tackles and recovered a fumble and returned it 24 yards against the New York Giants (9/21) in Week 3
Recorded five tackles and two passes defensed against Buffalo (9/28) in Week 4
Tied for the team-high with nine tackles and registered a pass defensed at Dallas (10/5)
Made six solo tackles vs. Indianapolis (10/9) in Week 6
Recorded a pair of solo tackles vs. Philadelphia (11/2) in Week 9 before leaving the game with an injury
Registered a pair of tackles and two passes defensed at Cleveland (11/16) in Week 11
Recorded his fifth career interception return for touchdown and the longest of his career on a 60-yard return at the 7:30 mark of the third quarter vs. Cincinnati (11/23). Became the second player in franchise history to have two career interception return for touchdowns (Aaron Glenn, 2002-04). Also had three tackles and a pass defensed
Intercepted Titans QB Zach Mettenberger at the 6:57 mark of the first quarter and returned it 25 yards to the Titans 20 for his second interception of the season in Week 13. Moved into a tie for second place on the franchise’s all-time interceptions list with 11. Recorded interceptions in back-to-back games for the first time since 2009 and for the fourth time in his career. Also had three tackles and a pass defensed
Had four tackles and a pass defensed at Jacksonville (12/7) in Week 14 and vs. Baltimore (12/21) in Week 16
Had four solo tackles and two passes defensed vs. Jacksonville (12/28) in Week 17

2013 (Houston 15/15):
Started all 15 games he played in and led the team with three interceptions and 16 passes defensed to go along with 55 tackles
Recorded one solo tackle and two passes defensed at San Diego (9/9)  
Recorded seven solo tackles and one pass defensed vs. Tennessee (9/15)  
Recorded three tackles (two solo), three passes defensed and an interception, tying him for fifth-place all time in franchise history vs. Seattle (9/29)
Added two more passes defensed vs. Oakland (11/17)
Totaled a season-high nine tackles (eight solo) and two passes defensed vs. Jacksonville (11/24)
Had three solo tackles and an interception returned 31 yards vs. New England (12/1)
Tied a season high with nine tackles (nine solo) and returned an interception 32 yards at Indianapolis (12/15). The interception was the ninth in his career as a member of the Texans, the fourth-most in franchise history
Recorded his 16th pass defensed on the season before leaving the game with a foot injury, the most he’s had as a member of the Texans vs. Denver (12/22)

2012 (Houston 14/14, 2/2):
Finished the season with 66 tackles (59 solo) and two interceptions
Made six tackles (four solo) and intercepted a pass and returned it 36 yards vs. Miami (9/9)
Made six tackles (five solo) and led the defense with three passes broken up at Denver (9/23)
Made four solo tackles and threw a key block that helped Danieal Manning return an interception 55 yards for a score vs. Tennessee (9/30)
Registered five solo tackles at the New York Jets (10/8)
Picked off a Joe Flacco pass and returned it 52 yards vs. Baltimore (10/21) for his first touchdown as a Texan
Collected seven tackles (six solo) at Chicago (11/11)
Inactive at Detroit (11/22) and at Tennessee (12/2)
Recorded nine tackles at New England (12/10)
Registered five tackles and a pass defensed vs. Minnesota (12/23)
Intercepted his second career pass in postseason play when he picked off QB Andy Dalton and returned it 14 yards in the third quarter in the AFC Wild Card Playoff vs. Cincinnati (1/5/13)
Had five tackles, including three solo tackles in AFC Divisional Playoff at New England (1/13/13)

2011 (Houston 15/15, 2/2):
Finished with 44 tackles (40 solo) and tied for the team lead with four interceptions and a team-best 15 passes defensed and two forced fumbles
Started and made five tackles (four solo) and one tackle for loss in the season opener vs. Indianapolis (9/11)
Intercepted a Chad Henne pass and returned it 5 yards to the 6-yard line setting up a second quarter touchdown at Miami (9/18)
Recorded interceptions in consecutive games for the third time in his career when he picked off Drew Brees at New Orleans (9/25)
Intercepted a second-quarter Joe Flacco pass with a return of 2 yards in addition to making seven tackles (five solo) at Baltimore (10/16)
Was named the Defensive Player of the Game after forcing a fumble, making three solo tackles and breaking up two passes at Tennessee (10/23)
Made four solo tackles and broke up a pass vs. Cleveland (11/6)
Had two solo tackles and a hit on Kellen Winslow which forced the ball out where it was intercepted by Brian Cushing at Tampa Bay (11/13)
Intercepted a second-quarter Blaine Gabbert pass and returned it 29 yards at Jacksonville (11/27)
Inactive for the season finale vs. Tennessee (1/1/12)
Recorded six solo tackles, including one for loss, while adding an interception and two passes defensed in AFC Wild Card Playoff vs. Cincinnati (1/7/12)
Recorded two solo tackles and three passes defensed in AFC Divisional Playoff at Baltimore (1/15/12)

2010 (Cincinnati 12/12):
Started 12 games and made 53 tackles
Ranked second on team in passes defensed (11) and interceptions (three)
Registered four tackles at Cleveland (10/3)
Intercepted Josh Freeman pass in second quarter and returned it 11 yards vs. Tampa Bay (10/11)
Made five tackles and had a pass defensed at Indianapolis (11/14), helping hold Peyton Manning to season-low 185 passing yards and no touchdowns
Three tackles and two interceptions (one for a touchdown) vs. Buffalo (11/21), marking the first multi-interception game of his career

2009 (Cincinnati 16/16, 1/1):
Intercepted Ben Roethlisberger pass and returned it 30 yards for a touchdown vs. Pittsburgh (9/27)
Intercepted a Derek Anderson pass on the goal line and returned it 32 yards in third quarter at Cleveland (10/3)
Intercepted a Joe Flacco pass at the goal line in first quarter and returned it 21 yards at Baltimore (10/11)
Had his first forced fumble of the year when he stripped WR Devin Hester, with LB Dhani Jones recovering for Bengals vs. Chicago (10/25)
Posted team season-high in passes defensed (5) vs. Baltimore (11/8), including a third-quarter INT of Flacco on a deep pass
Had a team-high four passes defensed, with five tackles and a forced fumble in a win at Pittsburgh (11/15)
Had four tackles at Oakland (11/22), plus a diving interception of Bruce Gradkowski in the fourth quarter
Picked off a Philip Rivers pass at Bengals 19 in the second quarter and returned it seven yards at San Diego (12/20)
Five tackles in Wild Card Playoff vs. New York Jets (1/9/10)

2008 (Cincinnati 8/7):
Returned a Ray Rice fumble 65 yards, produced only Bengals touchdown vs. Baltimore (9/7)
Tied for team lead in tackles (personal season-high 12), led in solo tackles (10) and led in passes defensed (three) vs. Jacksonville (11/2)
Had his first interception of the year, ending Philadelphia’s final scoring threat of the first half when he picked off Donovan McNabb and returned it 22 yards (11/26)

2007 (Cincinnati 15/14):
Went 42 yards for a touchdown with his first pro interception (off Chad Pennington), and the late fourth-quarter score provided eventual winning points vs. New York Jets (10/21)
Snagged his second interception vs. Tennessee (11/25), outfighting Bo Scaife for a pass in the first quarter, with a four-yard return
Intercepted a pass for the second straight game at Pittsburgh (12/2), picking off a Ben Roethlisberger pass at the Steelers 24 in the fourth quarter and returning it 7 yards
Helped thwart a comeback bid by picking off a Derek Anderson pass at Bengals 5 in the fourth quarter, with 23-yard return vs. Cleveland (12/23)

2006 (Cincinnati 16/9):
Blocked John Carney’s PAT try after Saints’ final touchdown in fourth quarter, the first Bengals’ blocked PAT since ‘91 at New Orleans (11/16).
Tied his season high with seven tackles and tied the team’s season high with four passes defensed vs. Baltimore (11/30)
Recovered a fumble on the Raiders’ first offensive play vs. Oakland (12/10)

COLLEGE:
Played two seasons (2004-05) at South Carolina after playing in 2003 at Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College
Entered NFL Draft after his junior season at South Carolina
Played only 14 games at South Carolina, due to broken foot that limited him to two games in ‘04, but still was able to establish himself among the elite cornerbacks in the SEC
Played in 12 games with 11 starts in ‘05, when he had four INTs (one for TD)

PERSONAL:
Attended Northwestern High School in Rock Hill, S.C., where he was all-state in football and all-region in track

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