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texansturningthecorner
03-08-2007, 03:29 PM
What do you guys think about this guy looks like he could be a prety solid player he was behind a pro bowler in KC and was pushing for starting role on the right side. If not to start looks like he could be depth, and he mentions being able to play multiple positions on the line. what are your thoughts

:lightbulb:

HuttoKarl
03-08-2007, 03:29 PM
What do you guys think about this guy looks like he could be a prety solid player he was behind a pro bowler in KC and was pushing for starting role on the right side. If not to start looks like he could be depth, and he mentions being able to play multiple positions on the line. what are your thoughts

:lightbulb:

If he ends up here, he'll start at LT over Salaam.

texans83
03-08-2007, 03:30 PM
what kind of contract does he look to get? Anyone know

texansturningthecorner
03-08-2007, 03:31 PM
i am not sure what he is asking for i would love to know though

texansturningthecorner
03-08-2007, 03:33 PM
JORDAN BLACK #65
Position Tackle
Height 6-5
Weight 310
Years Experience 5
Birthdate 1/28/1980
Hometown Mesquite, TX
College Notre Dame
Current status Active
Games Started 29
Games Played 48

Pro Career
Versatile fourth-year offensive tackle seeking to solidify a starting spot on the Chiefs offensive line … Continues to improve as his role on offense expands … Former fifth-round draft pick is the club’s top reserve behind 11-time Pro Bowler Willie Roaf at left tackle … Is also a candidate to claim the starting assignment at right tackle for the Chiefs this season after starting four games at that post and six at left tackle in 2005 … Instinctive and intelligent performer began last season as the Opening Day starter at right tackle before seamlessly switching to left tackle for an injured Roaf … Also has seen game action working at both guard positions in his NFL career … Has played in 32 games on special teams and 17 contests (14 starts) on offense during his first three seasons.
Transactions: Signed a one-year contract with Kansas City (4/26/06) ... Signed a three-year contract with Kansas City (7/14/03) ... Selected in the fifth round (153rd overall) of the 2003 NFL Draft by Kansas City.

Games Played/Games Started: 2003 (0/0), 2004 (16/4), 2005 (16/10) — 32/14. Playoffs: 2003 (0/0) — 0/0.

2005
Saw duty in all 16 games on special teams and started 10 games on the offensive line, six at left tackle and four at right tackle … Started the season opener at right tackle, but moved to left tackle after an injury sidelined Willie Roaf vs. the N.Y. Jets (9/11) ... Started his first career game at left tackle in place of Roaf at Oakland (9/18) ... Opened at left tackle at Denver (9/26) and vs. Philadelphia (10/2) ... Started at right tackle vs. Washington (10/16), at Miami (10/21) and at San Diego (10/30) ... Opened at left tackle in place of an injured Roaf vs. Oakland (11/6), at Buffalo (11/13) and at Houston (11/20).
2004
Played in 16 games on special teams and seven contests on offense with four starts at right tackle … Played in his first career NFL game on special teams at Denver (9/12) ... Saw duty on special teams vs. Carolina (9/19) and vs. Houston (9/26) ... Recorded a devastating pancake block of LB Ray Lewis working in place of an injured G Brian Waters in a Monday Night Football contest at Baltimore (10/4) ... Saw duty as a reserve at right guard and on special teams vs. Atlanta (10/24) ... Played on special teams vs. Indianapolis (10/31), at Tampa Bay (11/7), at New Orleans (11/14), vs. New England (11/22) and vs. San Diego (11/28) ... Saw his first extensive regular season duty on offense at Oakland (12/5), working at right guard in place of an injured G Will Shields and playing the entire second half at right tackle in place of an injured T Chris Bober … Started his first NFL game at right tackle in place of an injured Bober at Tennessee (12/13) ... Opened at right tackle vs. Denver (12/19) and vs. Oakland (12/25) ... Started at San Diego (1/2/05) before leaving the game with a left knee sprain.
2003
Was inactive for all 16 regular season games and the club’s AFC Divisional Playoff Game vs. Indianapolis (1/11/04).
College Bio
Played in 43 games (42 starts) for the Fighting Irish … Opened 38 games at left tackle and four contests at right guard … Played in 12 games (11 starts) at left tackle as a senior … Started all 11 games in his junior season, opening the first seven games of the year at left tackle before shifting to right guard for the final four contests … Earned All-Independent first-team honors from Football News and College Football News … Started all 11 games at left tackle as a sophomore … Was an All-Independent choice of College Football News … Started the first nine games of the season at left tackle as a freshman … Suffered a torn medial collateral ligament in his right knee vs. Tennessee which caused him to miss the last three games of the year … Redshirted as a true freshman … Majored in Psychology.

Runner
03-08-2007, 06:34 PM
If he ends up here, he'll start at LT over Salaam.

Faint praise indeed.