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PLAYER BIO
Personal Info
 College  Texas A&M-Kingsville
 NFL Exp.  11
 Height  6-4
 Weight  325
 Born  8/29/1973
 Acquired  UFA-05 (Phil)
JERMANE MAYBERRY
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Career Stats

WORTH NOTING:
* One of the club's prime free-agent signings of 2005, Mayberry comes to New Orleans after nine seasons with Philadelphia.
* Massive veteran was a Pro Bowl pick in 2002.
* Has started 104 games in his career and is known as one of the NFL's most rugged run blockers.
* While with the Eagles, Mayberry opened 65 games at right guard, 17 at left tackle, 10 at left guard and four at right tackle.
* Earned All-Pro honors by the Associated Press, Sports Illustrated, College and Pro Football Newsweekly and Football Digest and garnered All-NFC honors by Pro Football Weekly in 2002.
* Started his college career as a non-scholarship player, and to help pay for his tuition worked in the school library for his first year until receiving a scholarship in 1994.

Saints Making a Difference: While just arriving in New Orleans, Mayberry has forged a reputation as one of the NFL's most active players in community service. While with Philadelphia, he contributed $117,500 to start a vision-testing program, which circulated a 36-foot, mobile vision clinic to local schools for free, on-site eye exams. He has received special recognition from several charitable organizations for his efforts.

One of the Saints' top free-agent acquisitions in 2005, Mayberry is a versatile performer known for his professional approach, strong blocking in the running game and nimble pass-protection techniques. Mayberry appeared in 11 games last season, starting eight at right guard. While with Philadelphia from 1996-2004, the former No. 1 pick started 96 games at every spot along the offensive line other than center. He was selected to the Pro Bowl as a starter in 2002 and has appeared in 123 games in his career.

2005 - Appeared in 11 games and started eight at right guard...Was inactive for games 2-3 because of a right shoulder injury...Dressed, but did not play for games 9-11...Made his 100th career start at St. Louis, Oct. 23.

2004 - Started 12 regular-season games at right guard and three postseason contests, including Super Bowl XXXIX...Placed on inactive list for four games with triceps and calf injuries...Spent all of preseason and training camp at left guard, but moved to right side after season-ending injury to G Shawn Andrews in opener...Suffered triceps injury vs. Dallas, Dec. 19 and was inactive for final two contests...Bounced back with trio of solid postseason performances.

2003 - Started five of first six games before placed on Reserve/Injured with elbow injury, Oct. 27...Played in 100th career game, at New York Giants Oct. 19.

2002 - Had banner season and voted a starter in the Pro Bowl, the first Eagles guard to earn the honor since 1957...Earned All-Pro honors by the Associated Press, Sports Illustrated, College and Pro Football Newsweekly and Football Digest and All-NFC honors by Pro Football Weekly...Started all 16 games and helped pave way for league's fourth-highest scoring offense (25.9 points per game) and the best scoring output in team history (415 points)...Line combined to allow Eagles' lowest sack total in a 16-game season (36) since 1981.

2001 - Started 15 of 16 games played at right guard...Season marked first time in career that he played same position consecutive years.

2000 - Started all 16 games and both playoff contests...Eagles one of only four clubs to have entire offensive line intact through entire season.

1999 -to right guard. When RT John Melbourn went down with seasonending knee injury, Mayberry moved to previous position and started five of 13 contests...Missed three games with hamstring injury.

1998 - Opened 10 games at left guard and saw reserve action in five contests.

1997 - Started all 16 games at left tackle after winning training camp battle with incumbent T Barrett Brooks...Only offensive lineman to play in all 16 contests.

1996 - Slated to be starter at left tackle but preseason bout with pneumonia caused him to be deactivated for first five games.


Career Transactions

Signed by Saints to four-year contract (UFA), 3/5/05; Placed on Reserve/Injured by Philadelphia, 10/27/03; Signed four-year contract extension with Philadelphia, 12/23/00; Signed by Philadelphia to five-year contract, 6/26/96; Drafted in the first round (25th overall) by Philadelphia the 1996 NFL Draft.


Honors

2002: Pro Bowl (starter), Associated Press All-Pro, Sports Illustrated All-Pro; Football Digest All-Pro, Pro Football Weekly All-NFC.


College

Consensus Division II All-American and two-time All-Lone Star Conference pick at left tackle for Texas A&M-Kingsville...Anchored line that led Javelinas to Division II semifinals three times...Following freshman season, spent 1993 at Navarro (Texas) JC before returning to Kingsville for junior and senior years...Majored in sociology.


Personal

He and wife, Danielle, live in Austin, Texas in off-season, with son Jermaine...Recognized by Sporting News in 1999 as one of their "Good Guys" for work in community...Outstanding prep career at Floresville (Texas) HS, where he also lettered in basketball...Owns a frozen treats shop, "J Berries" in his hometown. Brother, Chris, operates the business on a day-to-day basis and Jermane sponsors scholarships to local high school students through the shop...Born Aug. 29,. 1973 in Floresville, Texas.




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