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Nick Mangold
C #74
Height:
6-4
Weight:
307
Age:
30
College:
Ohio State
Experience:
9

Quick Stats (2014):

G
14
GS
14
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 140 140
2014 NYJ 14 14
2013 NYJ 16 16
2012 NYJ 16 16
2011 NYJ 14 14
2010 NYJ 16 16
2009 NYJ 16 16
2008 NYJ 16 16
2007 NYJ 16 16
2006 NYJ 16 16
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 OAK W 19-14
2 @GB L 24-31
3 CHI L 19-27
4 DET L 17-24
5 @SD L 0-31
6 DEN L 17-31
7 @NE L 25-27
8 BUF L 23-43
9 @KC L 10-24
10 PIT W 20-13
12 @BUF L 3-38
13 MIA L 13-16
14 @MIN L 24-30
15 @TEN W 16-11

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

◊ Started all 48 games and one postseason game in his first three seasons.

◊ Named to start first Pro Bowl after 2008 season.

◊ First center in Jets’ history to start every game his rookie season in 2006.

◊ Selected to the All-Rookie Team in 2006 as voted by Pro Football Weekly and the Pro Football Writers’ Association,also mentioned as an AFC Offensive Rookie of the Yearcandidate by several publications and analysts.

◊ With teammate D’Brickashaw Ferguson (4th overall pick, 2006 NFL Draft), they were the first pair of offensive linemen selected by the same team in the first round since the Los Angeles Rams in 1975 (Dennis Harrah and Doug France).

◊ Combined with D’Brickashaw Ferguson, Leon Washington, Brad Smith and Drew Coleman for 47 starts by the rookie class in 2006.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

◊ Started all 48 games and one postseason game in his first three seasons.

◊ Named to start first Pro Bowl after 2008 season.

◊ First center in Jets’ history to start every game his rookie season in 2006.

◊ Selected to the All-Rookie Team in 2006 as voted by Pro Football Weekly and the Pro Football Writers’ Association,also mentioned as an AFC Offensive Rookie of the Yearcandidate by several publications and analysts.

◊ With teammate D’Brickashaw Ferguson (4th overall pick, 2006 NFL Draft), they were the first pair of offensive linemen selected by the same team in the first round since the Los Angeles Rams in 1975 (Dennis Harrah and Doug France).

◊ Combined with D’Brickashaw Ferguson, Leon Washington, Brad Smith and Drew Coleman for 47 starts by the rookie class in 2006.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

◊ 4/29/08, NYJ, *D1 (29)

SEASON-BY-SEASON REVIEW

2008 (JETS) Part of an offensive line in which all five players started all 16 games...First-time Pro Bowler Thomas Jones led the AFC in rushing (1,312 yards) as the Jets finished ninth in rushing in the NFL (125.3 per game) and fifth in yards per carry (4.7)…Voted to the Pro Bowl as a starter for the first time. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (12/14 vs. BUF)…Helped pave the way for the Jets 165 yards rushing and 6.5 yards per carry average, including a 47-yard touchdown run by Leon Washington. (11/30 vs. DEN)…Key to Jets ground game, which averaged 7.5 yards per carry, featuring 138 yards and two touchdowns by Thomas Jones. (11/23 at TEN)…Played a role in Jets 192-yard rushing performance in victory over previously unbeaten TEN, which included a 61-yard touchdown run by Leon Washington. (11/9 VS. STL)… Line led the way for the Jets 206-yard rushing performance on 43 carries, while allowing no sacks in victory. (10/19 at OAK)…Offensive line played key role in aiding Jets running backs to rush for seasonhigh 242 yards on 33 carries (7.3 yards per carry).

2007 (JETS) Started all 16 games at center for the second consecutive season. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (12/2 at MIA) …Started 28th consecutive game at center, and helped pave the way for 163 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns. (11/18 vs. PIT)…Started at center and helped pave the way for Thomas Jones’ third 100-yard rushing performance of the season against the number one ranked defense in the league at the time. (9/23 vs. MIA)…Started at center and helped pave the way for Thomas Jones’ 110 rushing yards on 25 carries. (9/16 at BAL)…Started 18th consecutive game at center and recorded the first reception of his career for -3 yards when he caught a batted ball thrown by Kellen Clemens.

2006 (JETS) Became the first rookie center in Jets history to start all 16 games…Also started the postseason game. POSTSEASON: (1/7 at NE)…Started in the Wild Card Playoff Game loss at NE…Helped protect QB Chad Pennington as he threw for 300 yards and a touchdown. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (12/17 at MIN)…Helped Pennington throw for 339 yards. (12/3 at GB)…Helped the Jets rush for 178 yards, including Cedric Houston’s first career 100-yard performance. (10/22 vs. DET)… He helped six Jets rush for a season-high 221 yards and three touchdowns. (10/8 at JAC)…Helped Leon Washington record the first 100-yard rushing performance of his career. (9/10 at TEN)…In his first career game, helped protect Pennington as he threw for 319 yards and two touchdowns in the opening week victory.

BEFORE THE NFL

◊ Three-year starter for Ohio State, serving as a co-captain his senior season.

◊ Was an Outland Trophy finalist as well as a finalist for the Rimington Trophy, presented to the top center in the country, after not allowing a sack his entire senior season.

◊ Started every game at center in 2005, helping the offense generate 5,068 yards, an average of 422.3 yards per game.

◊ Three-year starter on both offense and defense, and a firstteam All-Ohio pick as a senior at Archbishop Alter HS.

◊ Enjoys traveling in the Carribean.

OFF THE FIELD

◊ Mangold and his wife, Jenny, were married in April 2007.

◊ Grew up in Centerville, OH with Bucs’ K Mike Nugent and Packers’ LB A.J. Hawk, and all three attended Ohio State… Also from Centerville: ESPN analyst Kirk Herbstreit, former Eagles defensive lineman Andy Harmon and actor Gordon Jump.

◊ Earned three letters in wrestling and two in track (shot put).

◊ Appeared on Rachael Ray Show Super Bowl week in 2009 as part of a cooking competition in which he made chili.

◊ One of the Jets’ spokesmen for annual Taste of the NFL in New York City, to help raise money to fight hunger in the New York metropolitan area the past two seasons.

◊ Participated in Atlantic Health Jets Training Center ground-breaking in 2007.

◊ Hosted the NFL’s “Take a Player to School” 2008 winners announcement and attended Veterans Memorial Elementary School in Union City, NJ in Dec. 2008 with student Donovan Sanchez.

◊ Helped raise money and provide holiday cheer for terminally ill children at the Marty Lyons Foundation Holiday Party in 2006.

◊ Nick is the oldest of four, with three younger sisters…His sister Holley was an offensive lineman at Archbishop Alter HS, the first girl to play on the line in an Ohio Division III high school football game, and is a champion powerlifter…Nick and Holley appeared on “The Today Show” before the start of the 2007 season.

◊ Favorite TV shows are “The Office” and “Entourage”.

◊ Has his own website, nickmangold.net

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