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Jeremy Bridges
G #72
Height:
6-5
Weight:
318
College:
Southern Mississippi
Hometown:
McComb, Miss.
Experience:
10
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YearTeamGGS
TOTAL 112 55
2012 CAR 2 0
2011 ARI 16 5
2010 ARI 16 7
2009 ARI 16 4
2008 CAR 14 4
2007 CAR 13 10
2006 CAR 14 14
2005 ARI 7 3
2004 ARI 14 8
2003 PHI 0 0

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Bio

TRANSACTIONS
Waived by Carolina (12/4/12)...Signed as a free agent by Carolina (11/14/12)...Waived from injured reserve/injury settlement by Arizona (11/5/12)...Placed on injured reserve with an injured left thumb by Arizona (9/3/12)...Re-signed as an unrestricted free agent by Arizona (3/12/10)...Signed as a free agent by Arizona (9/9/09)...Released by Washington (9/5/09)...Signed as a free agent by Washington (5/6/09)...Released by Carolina (2/25/09)...Reinstated to roster by Carolina (9/17/07)...Suspended for conduct detrimental to the team by Carolina (9/1/07)...Signed to contract extension by Carolina (12/30/06)...Signed as a free agent by Carolina (9/12/06)...Waived by Arizona (9/2/06)...Signed as a free agent by Arizona (11/15/05)...Waived by Arizona (11/8/05)...Signed as a free agent by Arizona (10/11/05)...Waived by Arizona (9/6/05)...Claimed off waivers by Arizona (9/6/04)...Waived by Philadelphia (9/5/04)... Selected by Philadelphia in the sixth round (185th overall) of the 2003 NFL Draft (4/27/03).

GP/GS
Career (110/55) [3/3]; 2011 (16/5); 2010 (16/7); 2009 (16/4) [2/2]; 2008 (14/4) [1/1]; 2007 (13/10); 2006 (14/14); 2005 (7/3); 2004 (14/8); 2003 (0/0) [0/0].

2012
Signed as a free agent by Carolina (11/14)...Began the season on injured reserve for Arizona after suffering a torn left thumb ligament during the preseason...Waived from injured reserve/injury settlement by the Cardinals (11/5).

2011
Played in 16 games with five starts at right tackle for Arizona...Started in place of an injured Brandon Keith at Minnesota (10/9), at St. Louis (11/27), versus Dallas (12/4), at Cincinnati (12/27) and versus Seattle (1/1)...At St. Louis (11/27): Helped the Cardinals amass a season-high 268 rushing yards, including a team-record 228 yards by running back Beanie Wells.

2010
Re-signed as an unrestricted free agent by Arizona (3/12)...Played in 16 games with seven starts...Started the final seven games at right tackle following a season-ending injury to Brandon Keith...Vs. Tampa Bay (10/31): Lined up in the backfield as the lead blocker on running back Beanie Wells' one-yard touchdown run...Vs. Denver (12/12): Member of offensive line that paved the way for a season-high 211 rushing yards and yielded no sacks for the first time all year.

2009
Signed as a free agent by Arizona (9/9) after being released by Washington in the final roster cutdown (9/5)...Played in 16 games with four starts at left tackle...Started four of the last five games in place of an injured Mike Gandy...POSTSEASON: Started both games at left tackle...At Jacksonville (9/20): Saw action at right tackle during the second quarter when Levi Brown left with an injury...At Tennessee (11/29): Took over at left tackle in the fourth quarter for an injured Gandy...Vs. Minnesota (12/6): Made first career start at left tackle...Held Vikings defensive end Jared Allen, the NFC leader in sacks entering the game to no tackles and no sacks for the first time all year...NFC Wild Card vs. Green Bay (1/10): Part of offensive line that cleared paths for 156 rushing yards against the NFL's top-ranked rushing defense during the regular season and surrendered just one sack in 33 pass attempts.

2008
Played in 14 games with four starts at right tackle for Carolina...Started in place of an injured Jeff Otah versus Kansas City (10/5), at Tampa Bay (10/12), versus New Orleans (10/19) and versus Arizona (10/26)...Inactive versus Detroit (11/16) and versus Tampa Bay (12/8)... POSTSEASON: Started at right guard in NFC Divisional Playoff versus Arizona (1/10)...Vs. Atlanta (9/28): Replaced an injured Otah at right tackle in the fourth quarter...Vs. Kansas City (10/5): Opened holes for Panthers to rush for 205 yards on a season-high 48 attempts...At Tampa Bay (10/12): Provided pass protection for unit that did not allow a sack for the third consecutive game...Vs. Denver (12/14): Finished game at right guard after Keydrick Vincent left with an injury in the fourth quarter...At New Orleans (12/28): Inserted at right guard in the first quarter following an injury to Geoff Hangartner...Contributed to offensive effort that produced a season-high 478 yards, including 234 rushing.

2007
Played in 13 games with 10 starts at right guard for Carolina...Suspended for the first two games of the season for conduct detrimental to the team...Member of offense that produced 1,824 rushing yards, the second-highest single-season total in team history behind the 2,091 yards in 2003...Helped the Panthers rush for at least 114 yards in six of the team's seven victories and at least 100 yards in eight-of-16 games...Contributed to offensive line that only allowed 33 sacks while providing protection for four different quarterbacks...Vs. San Francisco (12/2): Part of offensive unit that accumulated 166 yards and nine rushing first downs on a season-high 44 attempts...Vs. Seattle (12/16): Saw action at left guard at end of third quarter for injured Mike Wahle...Offensive line did not allow a sack of rookie quarterback Matt Moore against Seahawks defense that entered the game with the most sacks in the NFL...At Tampa Bay (12/30): Appeared at right tackle for an injured Travelle Wharton...Opened holes for Carolina to produce 180 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 37 attempts.

2006
Started final 14 games at right tackle after being signed by Carolina as a free agent (9/12) following an injury to Travelle Wharton in the season-opener versus Atlanta (9/10)...Contributed to offensive line that ranked 10th in the NFL and seventh in the NFC  in sacks per pass play, despite using eight different combinations through the first four games...Cleared lanes for DeShaun Foster and DeAngelo Williams to rush for 1,398 yards...Attended training camp with Arizona...Waived by the Cardinals in the final roster cutdown (9/2)...Inactive at Minnesota (9/17)...Vs. Cleveland (10/8): Opened running lanes for DeShaun Foster to rush for 119 yards and become the first Panthers player to  rush for more than 100 yards in consecutive games since running back Nick Goings accomplished the feat in four consecutive contests in 2004...At Baltimore (10/15): Provided protection for quarterback Jake Delhomme to pass for a career-high 365 yards...Vs. St. Louis (11/19): Contributed to an offensive unit that totaled a team-record 242 yards rushing on 43 attempts, an average of 5.6 yards per carry...Vs. New York Giants (12/10): Helped offense accumulate 463 yards total yards, the second-highest total in team history, exceeded by the 483 yards gained at Washington (10/3/99)...At Atlanta (12/24): Contributed to an offense that accumulated 183 rushing yards on 52 rushing attempts, generated 13 rushing first downs and maintained possession for 41:47...52 rushing attempts established team record, bettering previous mark of 45 attempts accomplished twice, most recently at Dallas (12/8/97)...13 rushing first downs equaled team mark previously achieved twice, most recently versus St. Louis (11/19/06)...41:47 time of possession stands as second highest in team history, trailing team record of 41:51 at New Orleans (12/5/04).

2005
Played in seven games with three starts and was inactive for three contests with Arizona...Started at right guard at St. Louis (11/20) and at left guard versus Philadelphia (12/24) and at Indianapolis (1/1)...Waived by Arizona before the start of the regular season (9/6)...Re-signed by Arizona (10/11)...Appeared on special teams in three games prior to being waived (11/8)...Re-signed by Arizona (11/15)...At St Louis (11/20): Started at right guard but suffered a ankle injury, which caused him to be inactive for the next three contests.

2004
Claimed off waivers by Arizona (9/6) after being waived by Philadelphia (9/5)...Played in 14 games with eight starts at right guard for the Cardinals...Did not play at Detroit (12/5) and versus San Francisco (12/12)...Vs. New Orleans (10/3): Saw first NFL action on the offensive line...Inserted at right guard in the second quarter and finished the game...At San Francisco (10/10): Made first career start at right guard, where he started the next six contests...At Seattle (12/26): Played right guard after left tackle Leonard Davis left the game with a knee injury and the offensive line was shuffled...Vs. Tampa Bay (1/2): Started at right guard.

2003
Drafted in the sixth round (185th overall) by Philadelphia...Inactive for all 16 regular season games and both playoff contests.

COLLEGE
Four-year letterman at Southern Mississippi...Played both right and left tackle for the Golden Eagles...Started 45 consecutive games after redshirting as a true freshman...Earned All-Conference USA honors as a senior.

PERSONAL
Attended South Pike HS in McComb, Miss....Graduated from Southern Mississippi with a degree in sports administration.

TRANSACTIONS
Waived by Carolina (12/4/12)...Signed as a free agent by Carolina (11/14/12)...Waived from injured reserve/injury settlement by Arizona (11/5/12)...Placed on injured reserve with an injured left thumb by Arizona (9/3/12)...Re-signed as an unrestricted free agent by Arizona (3/12/10)...Signed as a free agent by Arizona (9/9/09)...Released by Washington (9/5/09)...Signed as a free agent by Washington (5/6/09)...Released by Carolina (2/25/09)...Reinstated to roster by Carolina (9/17/07)...Suspended for conduct detrimental to the team by Carolina (9/1/07)...Signed to contract extension by Carolina (12/30/06)...Signed as a free agent by Carolina (9/12/06)...Waived by Arizona (9/2/06)...Signed as a free agent by Arizona (11/15/05)...Waived by Arizona (11/8/05)...Signed as a free agent by Arizona (10/11/05)...Waived by Arizona (9/6/05)...Claimed off waivers by Arizona (9/6/04)...Waived by Philadelphia (9/5/04)... Selected by Philadelphia in the sixth round (185th overall) of the 2003 NFL Draft (4/27/03).

GP/GS
Career (110/55) [3/3]; 2011 (16/5); 2010 (16/7); 2009 (16/4) [2/2]; 2008 (14/4) [1/1]; 2007 (13/10); 2006 (14/14); 2005 (7/3); 2004 (14/8); 2003 (0/0) [0/0].

2012
Signed as a free agent by Carolina (11/14)...Began the season on injured reserve for Arizona after suffering a torn left thumb ligament during the preseason...Waived from injured reserve/injury settlement by the Cardinals (11/5).

2011
Played in 16 games with five starts at right tackle for Arizona...Started in place of an injured Brandon Keith at Minnesota (10/9), at St. Louis (11/27), versus Dallas (12/4), at Cincinnati (12/27) and versus Seattle (1/1)...At St. Louis (11/27): Helped the Cardinals amass a season-high 268 rushing yards, including a team-record 228 yards by running back Beanie Wells.

2010
Re-signed as an unrestricted free agent by Arizona (3/12)...Played in 16 games with seven starts...Started the final seven games at right tackle following a season-ending injury to Brandon Keith...Vs. Tampa Bay (10/31): Lined up in the backfield as the lead blocker on running back Beanie Wells' one-yard touchdown run...Vs. Denver (12/12): Member of offensive line that paved the way for a season-high 211 rushing yards and yielded no sacks for the first time all year.

2009
Signed as a free agent by Arizona (9/9) after being released by Washington in the final roster cutdown (9/5)...Played in 16 games with four starts at left tackle...Started four of the last five games in place of an injured Mike Gandy...POSTSEASON: Started both games at left tackle...At Jacksonville (9/20): Saw action at right tackle during the second quarter when Levi Brown left with an injury...At Tennessee (11/29): Took over at left tackle in the fourth quarter for an injured Gandy...Vs. Minnesota (12/6): Made first career start at left tackle...Held Vikings defensive end Jared Allen, the NFC leader in sacks entering the game to no tackles and no sacks for the first time all year...NFC Wild Card vs. Green Bay (1/10): Part of offensive line that cleared paths for 156 rushing yards against the NFL's top-ranked rushing defense during the regular season and surrendered just one sack in 33 pass attempts.

2008
Played in 14 games with four starts at right tackle for Carolina...Started in place of an injured Jeff Otah versus Kansas City (10/5), at Tampa Bay (10/12), versus New Orleans (10/19) and versus Arizona (10/26)...Inactive versus Detroit (11/16) and versus Tampa Bay (12/8)... POSTSEASON: Started at right guard in NFC Divisional Playoff versus Arizona (1/10)...Vs. Atlanta (9/28): Replaced an injured Otah at right tackle in the fourth quarter...Vs. Kansas City (10/5): Opened holes for Panthers to rush for 205 yards on a season-high 48 attempts...At Tampa Bay (10/12): Provided pass protection for unit that did not allow a sack for the third consecutive game...Vs. Denver (12/14): Finished game at right guard after Keydrick Vincent left with an injury in the fourth quarter...At New Orleans (12/28): Inserted at right guard in the first quarter following an injury to Geoff Hangartner...Contributed to offensive effort that produced a season-high 478 yards, including 234 rushing.

2007
Played in 13 games with 10 starts at right guard for Carolina...Suspended for the first two games of the season for conduct detrimental to the team...Member of offense that produced 1,824 rushing yards, the second-highest single-season total in team history behind the 2,091 yards in 2003...Helped the Panthers rush for at least 114 yards in six of the team's seven victories and at least 100 yards in eight-of-16 games...Contributed to offensive line that only allowed 33 sacks while providing protection for four different quarterbacks...Vs. San Francisco (12/2): Part of offensive unit that accumulated 166 yards and nine rushing first downs on a season-high 44 attempts...Vs. Seattle (12/16): Saw action at left guard at end of third quarter for injured Mike Wahle...Offensive line did not allow a sack of rookie quarterback Matt Moore against Seahawks defense that entered the game with the most sacks in the NFL...At Tampa Bay (12/30): Appeared at right tackle for an injured Travelle Wharton...Opened holes for Carolina to produce 180 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 37 attempts.

2006
Started final 14 games at right tackle after being signed by Carolina as a free agent (9/12) following an injury to Travelle Wharton in the season-opener versus Atlanta (9/10)...Contributed to offensive line that ranked 10th in the NFL and seventh in the NFC  in sacks per pass play, despite using eight different combinations through the first four games...Cleared lanes for DeShaun Foster and DeAngelo Williams to rush for 1,398 yards...Attended training camp with Arizona...Waived by the Cardinals in the final roster cutdown (9/2)...Inactive at Minnesota (9/17)...Vs. Cleveland (10/8): Opened running lanes for DeShaun Foster to rush for 119 yards and become the first Panthers player to  rush for more than 100 yards in consecutive games since running back Nick Goings accomplished the feat in four consecutive contests in 2004...At Baltimore (10/15): Provided protection for quarterback Jake Delhomme to pass for a career-high 365 yards...Vs. St. Louis (11/19): Contributed to an offensive unit that totaled a team-record 242 yards rushing on 43 attempts, an average of 5.6 yards per carry...Vs. New York Giants (12/10): Helped offense accumulate 463 yards total yards, the second-highest total in team history, exceeded by the 483 yards gained at Washington (10/3/99)...At Atlanta (12/24): Contributed to an offense that accumulated 183 rushing yards on 52 rushing attempts, generated 13 rushing first downs and maintained possession for 41:47...52 rushing attempts established team record, bettering previous mark of 45 attempts accomplished twice, most recently at Dallas (12/8/97)...13 rushing first downs equaled team mark previously achieved twice, most recently versus St. Louis (11/19/06)...41:47 time of possession stands as second highest in team history, trailing team record of 41:51 at New Orleans (12/5/04).

2005
Played in seven games with three starts and was inactive for three contests with Arizona...Started at right guard at St. Louis (11/20) and at left guard versus Philadelphia (12/24) and at Indianapolis (1/1)...Waived by Arizona before the start of the regular season (9/6)...Re-signed by Arizona (10/11)...Appeared on special teams in three games prior to being waived (11/8)...Re-signed by Arizona (11/15)...At St Louis (11/20): Started at right guard but suffered a ankle injury, which caused him to be inactive for the next three contests.

2004
Claimed off waivers by Arizona (9/6) after being waived by Philadelphia (9/5)...Played in 14 games with eight starts at right guard for the Cardinals...Did not play at Detroit (12/5) and versus San Francisco (12/12)...Vs. New Orleans (10/3): Saw first NFL action on the offensive line...Inserted at right guard in the second quarter and finished the game...At San Francisco (10/10): Made first career start at right guard, where he started the next six contests...At Seattle (12/26): Played right guard after left tackle Leonard Davis left the game with a knee injury and the offensive line was shuffled...Vs. Tampa Bay (1/2): Started at right guard.

2003
Drafted in the sixth round (185th overall) by Philadelphia...Inactive for all 16 regular season games and both playoff contests.

COLLEGE
Four-year letterman at Southern Mississippi...Played both right and left tackle for the Golden Eagles...Started 45 consecutive games after redshirting as a true freshman...Earned All-Conference USA honors as a senior.

PERSONAL
Attended South Pike HS in McComb, Miss....Graduated from Southern Mississippi with a degree in sports administration.

 

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