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  #42 James Hodgins
Position: Fullback
HT: 6-1  WT: 264lbs.
College: San Jose State
Birthplace: San Jose
NFL Exp: 7th Year in NFL

� Returns in 2005 after suffering a shoulder injury which kept him on injured reserve for the entire 2004 season.
� In his first season with the Cards in 2003, appeared in every game and started eight at fullback.
� Spent the first four years of his career with St. Louis (1999-2002) after originally making the Rams as an undrafted free agent.

Pro Career: Originally signed by the St. Louis Rams as an undrafted free agent in 1999, Hodgins signed a four-year deal with the Cardinals on March 12, 2003.

2004: Did not see any time on the field in his second season with the Cardinals after being placed on Injured Reserve on 9/1/04 (shoulder).

2003: Started eight of 16 games at fullback in his first year with the Cardinals � two rushing attempts for six yards, career-best 14 pass receptions for 58 yards and two touchdowns � finished fifth on club with 43 blocks on kick return units � opened season @ Det (9/7) with two receptions for 10 yards in first half � three receptions for 14 yards vs. GB (9/21) � all in fourth quarter � included a one-yard scoring catch with four minutes left to give Arizona 20�13 lead and margin of victory � added receptions of four and nine yards, the latter just three plays prior to the game-winning catch � first carry from scrimmage as a Cardinal was good for three yards vs. former teammates StL (9/28) club and added a pair of pass receptions for six yards � outstanding effort as lead back for Marcel Shipp�s 165 rushing yards and team�s season-best 221 yards on the ground in 16�13 overtime win vs. SF (10/26) � also caught two passes for six yards and added a solo tackle on kick coverage � another excellent effort in run blocking game vs. Cin (11/2) as Shipp cruised to 141 yard on the ground in 17�14 win � caught three-yard scoring pass from Josh McCown in third quarter for Cards first points of game @ SF (12/7).

2002: Suffered broken foot in the Rams third preseason game vs. SD (8/22) � inactive for first seven games of season � returned to starting lineup with tremendous effort in 27�14 win @ Arz (11/3) as he paved the way for Faulk to gain season-best 178 rushing yards � tied career long with 11-yard pass reception in 28�24 win vs. SD (11/10) � in return match with Arizona (Dec. 15), matched career-long run with five-yard burst in 30�28 victory � established career-best receiving marks with four catches for 19 yards @ Sea (12/22).

2001: Started 10 of 16 regular-season contests and two of three postseason outings with the Rams � near-exclusive use as lead blocker resulted in season total of two rushing attempts for five yards and four pass receptions for 24 yards with one touchdown � added a three-yard run and two pass receptions for 12 yards and a score in the playoffs � key block on running back Trung Canidate�s one-yard game-winning touchdown run vs. NYG (10/14) � caught first pro touchdown pass, an 11-yarder from Warner, in fourth quarter @ NE (11/18) � two receptions for six yards vs. SF (12/19) � four-yard scoring grab in divisional playoff win vs. GB (1/20) � rushed once for three yards and caught one pass for eight yards in Super Bowl XXXVI loss to NE (2/3).

2000: Played in 15 games with two starts for the Rams � finished the season with one rushing attempt for three yards and two receptions for five yards � also collected 15 special teams tackles � made season-high three special teams tackles vs. SF (10/17) � recorded only carry of the season for three yards and tied season-high with three special teams tackles vs. SD (10/1) � made one reception for two yards vs. Car (11/5) � registered first career start at fullback in place of Robert Holcombe and made one receptions for three yards @ NYG (11/12) � started at fullback vs. NO (11/26).

1999: Rookie season with the Rams produced the most statistics in his six-year pro career � in 15 games, rushed seven times for 10 yards and caught six passes for 35 yards � added 10 tackles on special teams � scored first NFL touchdown on one-yard fourth-quarter run vs. NO (11/28) � caught two passes for 11 yards in season finale @ Phi (1/2) � played in all three postseason outings primarily on special teams.

College: Played both offense and defense at San Jose State, moving to linebacker as senior � 4.7-yard rushing average as junior fullback � second on squad with three quarterback sacks to complement 18 tackles as a senior � impressive sophomore season with 326 yards rushing on 70 carries and 116 yards on 16 pass receptions.

Personal: Full name James William Hodgins � lettered in football, basketball, and track at Oak Grove High School in San Jose, Calif. � earned a sociology degree from San Jose State � wife Stephanie, sons Isaiah and Isaac.

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