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Jerricho Cotchery
WR #82
Height:
6-1
Weight:
205
Age:
32
College:
North Carolina State
Hometown:
Birmingham, Ala.
Experience:
11

Quick Stats (2014):

REC
40
YDS
509
AVG
12.7
TDS
1
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 477 6,067 12.7 71 31 21 77 3.7 16 1 6 3
2014 CAR 13 12 40 509 12.7 47 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2013 PIT 16 6 46 602 13.1 36 10 1 -5 -5 -5 0 -- --
2012 PIT 14 2 17 205 12.1 24 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2011 PIT 13 0 16 237 14.8 36 2 1 3 3 3 0 -- --
2010 NYJ 14 5 41 433 10.6 49 2 4 -3 -0.8 4 0 0 0
2009 NYJ 14 12 57 821 14.4 53 3 2 7 3.5 6T 1 1 0
2008 NYJ 16 16 71 858 12.1 56T 5 2 8 4 8 0 2 1
2007 NYJ 15 15 82 1,130 13.8 50 2 5 38 7.6 16 0 1 1
2006 NYJ 16 16 82 961 11.7 71T 6 5 25 5 10 0 -- --
2005 NYJ 16 1 19 251 13.2 45 0 1 4 4 4 0 2 1
2004 NYJ 12 0 6 60 10 18 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Recent Games
WKOppResultReceivingRushingFumbles
RecYdsAvgLngTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
1 @TB W 20-14 4 32 8 11 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2 DET W 24-7 4 46 11.5 16 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 PIT L 19-37 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
4 @BAL L 10-38 5 80 16 30 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
5 CHI W 31-24 3 46 15.3 22 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
6 @CIN L 37-37 4 58 14.5 26 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
7 @GB L 17-38 3 21 7 9 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
8 SEA L 9-13 3 33 11 13 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
9 NO L 10-28 2 59 29.5 47 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
10 @PHI L 21-45 2 15 7.5 9 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
11 ATL L 17-19 2 43 21.5 22 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
13 @MIN L 13-31 2 20 10 14 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
14 @NO W 41-10 1 9 9 9 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
15 TB W 19-17 5 47 9.4 18 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Bio

TRANSACTIONS
Signed as an unrestricted free agent by Carolina (3/20/14)...Re-signed as an unrestricted free agent by Pittsburgh (4/16/12)...Signed as a free agent by Pittsburgh (8/15/11)...Released by the New York Jets (8/4/11)...Signed to contract extension by the New York Jets (3/1/07)...Selected in the fourth round (108th overall) of the NFL Draft by the New York Jets (4/25/04).

GP/GS
Career (146/73) [10/5]; 2013 (16/6); 2012 (14/2); 2011 (13/0) [1/0]; 2010 (14/5) [3/1]; 2009 (14/12) [3/3]; 2008 (16/16); 2007 (15/15); 2006 (16/16) [1/1]; 2005 (16/1); 2004 (12/0) [2/0].

2013
Played in 16 games with six starts for Pittsburgh...Led the team with a career-high 10 touchdowns on 46 catches for 602 yards...Ranked fourth in the NFL with 78.3 percent of receptions resulting in first downs...All 10 touchdowns came in the red zone, including eight in the last nine games...Rushed once for minus-five yards...At Cincinnati (9/16): Reached 5,000 career receiving yards...Vs. Chicago (9/22): Seized 400th career catch...International Series against Minnesota in London (9/29): Eclipsed 100 receiving yards for the ninth time in career with 103 yards on five receptions, including a 15-yard touchdown...At New England (11/3): Scored a career-high three touchdowns on catches of 20, eight and six yards...Vs. Buffalo (11/10): Five-yard touchdown reception made him the first Steelers player since 2006 to have four receiving touchdowns in a two-game span...Vs. Detroit (11/17): Sealed win with a 20-yard touchdown catch late in the fourth quarter...At Baltimore (11/28): Reeled in potential game-tying touchdown on a one-yard reception with 1:03 left in the fourth quarter, but two-point conversion failed.

2012
Played in 14 games with two starts and was inactive for two games for Pittsburgh...Collected 17 receptions for 205 yards...Started the last two games versus Cincinnati (12/23) and versus Cleveland (12/30) after wide receiver Mike Wallace was placed on injured reserve...Inactive with a rib injury at Cleveland (11/25) and at Baltimore (12/2).

2011
Signed as a free agent by Pittsburgh (8/15) after being released by the New York Jets (8/4)...Played in 13 games and was inactive for three games...Registered 16 catches for 237 yards and two touchdowns...Rushed once for three yards...Returned one kickoff for 19 yards...Missed the first three games with a hamstring injury...POSTSEASON: Played in AFC Wild Card at Denver (1/8)...Tied the game late in the fourth quarter with a 31-yard touchdown reception - his only catch of the game...At Cincinnati (11/13): Culminated the Steelers' opening drive of the game with a 16-yard touchdown reception...Vs. Cleveland (12/8): Pulled in an 11-yard-yard touchdown catch.

2010
Played in 14 games with five starts and was inactive for two games for the New York Jets...Posted 41 receptions for 433 yards and two touchdowns...Rushed four times for minus-three yards...Returned eight punts for 66 yards with a long of 19 yards and four fair catches...Inactive with a groin injury versus Houston (11/21) and versus Cincinnati (11/25)...POSTSEASON: Played in three games with one start...Recorded 12 catches for 146 yards and one touchdown...Became the Jets' all-time leader in postseason receptions with 30...Rushed once for minus-four yards...Returned two kickoffs for 23 yards and two punts for 20 yards with three fair catches...Vs. New England (9/19): Responsible for the go-ahead touchdown on a two-yard catch late in the third quarter...At Cleveland (11/14): Suffered an injured groin in overtime while running a route but completed the play with a diving 10-yard reception on third-and-nine...Caught a 25-yard touchdown in regulation...At Pittsburgh (12/19): Had streak of 80 consecutive games with a catch end...Streak began in first career start at Carolina (11/13/05)...AFC Championship at Pittsburgh (1/23): Started and responded with a four-yard touchdown among five receptions for 33 yards.

2009
Played in 14 games with 12 starts and was inactive for two games for the New York Jets...Led the team in catches and receiving yards for the third consecutive season with 57 catches for 821 yards and three touchdowns...Rushed twice for seven yards and one touchdown...Served as the Jets' primary punt returner following an injury to Jim Leonhard...Finished sixth in the AFC and 10th in the NFL with a 10.3-yard punt return average on 23 returns for 236 yards with a long of 31 yards and 12 fair catches...Inactive with a hamstring injury versus Buffalo (10/18) and at Oakland (10/25)...POSTSEASON: Started all three games...Paced the Jets during the playoffs with 14 receptions and 194 receiving yards...Rushed once for one yard...Returned six punts for 72 yards with six fair catches...Vs. Tennessee (9/27): Snared a season-high eight passes for 108 yards, his eighth career 100-yard receiving game...Helped the Jets retake the lead for good late in the third quarter with a six-yard touchdown catch...Vs. Cincinnati (1/3): Scored first career rushing touchdown when quarterback Mark Sanchez threw behind the line of scrimmage to him and he then ran six yards to the end zone...AFC Wild Card at Cincinnati (1/9): Corralled a-postseason high six receptions for 67 yards...Converted a third-and-12 with a 14-yard catch to set up touchdown on the next play that gave the Jets the lead...AFC Divisional Playoff at San Diego (1/17): 25-yard punt return in the fourth quarter resulted in a touchdown...AFC Championship at Indianapolis (1/24): Racked up a career-postseason high 102 yards on five receptions...Signified second career 100-yard receiving game in the playoffs...Joined wide receiver Braylon Edwards (100 yards) to become the first pair of teammates in Jets history to each have 100 receiving yards in the same postseason game.

2008
Started 16 games for the New York Jets...Ranked first on the team with 71 receptions and 858 receiving yards with five touchdowns...Became the second player in team history to have 70 or more catches in three consecutive seasons...Rushed twice for eight yards...Returned one kickoff for 54 yards...At Miami (9/7): Snagged the Jets' longest pass of the season on a 56-yard touchdown...At San Diego (9/22): Established a career-high with 10 receptions for 76 yards...Vs. Arizona (9/28): Produced first career multi-touchdown game, scoring on catches of 17 and 40 yards...Vs. Kansas City (10/26): Generated 100 yards receiving for the seventh time in career with 102 yards on nine receptions...At New England (11/13): Accounted for three catches for 79 yards on a five-play, 87-yard touchdown drive - capping it with a 15-yard touchdown.

2007
Started 15 games and was inactive for one game for the New York Jets...Led the team with 82 catches and 1,130 receiving yards, both career highs, with two touchdowns...Tied for second in the NFL with 13 receptions of 25 or more yards...Compiled 100 yards receiving in four games...Rushed five times for 38 yards...Returned four kickoffs for 56 yards...Inactive with an injured finger at Miami (12/2)...At Baltimore (9/16): Amassed a career-high 165 yards, the most receiving yards by a Jets player since 1999, on seven catches...Averaged a career-high 23.6 yards per reception...Represented third career 100-yard receiving game...At Buffalo (9/30): Exceeded 100 yards receiving for fourth time in career with 107 yards on a season-high eight catches...At Cincinnati (10/21): Had a 32-yard touchdown on the final play from scrimmage...Vs. Cleveland (12/9): Tallied 119 yards on six receptions to record fifth career 100-yard receiving effort...At Tennessee (12/23): Surpassed 100 yards receiving for sixth time in career with 152 yards on eight catches...Outing included a nine-yard touchdown reception and catches of 48 and 41 yards - the second time he caught two passes of 40 or more yards in the same game during 2007 season.

2006
Started 16 games for the New York Jets...Finished second on the team with a career-high 82 receptions for 961 yards...Tied for the team lead with six touchdowns...Combined with wide receiver Laveranues Coles (91 catches) to form the best single-season receiving tandem in franchise history with 173 catches...Rushed five times for 25 yards...POSTSEASON: Started AFC Wild Card at New England (1/7)...Responsible for the longest offensive play in Jets postseason history with a 77-yard touchdown among four receptions for 100 yards...Rushed twice for 19 yards...At Tennessee (9/10): Scored first career receiving touchdown on an eight-yard catch from quarterback Chad Pennington...Vs. New England (9/17): Produced first ever 100-yard receiving game with 121 yards and one touchdown on six receptions...Hauled in a career-long 71-yard touchdown, jumping up to make the grab, absorbing a big hit and landing on a Patriots defensive back before running unimpeded to the end zone...Vs. Houston (11/26): Totaled 110 yards on seven catches...Marked second career 100-yard receiving performance...At Green Bay (12/3): Accumulated a season-high nine receptions for 99 yards with a 12-yard touchdown.

2005
Played in 16 games with one start for the New York Jets...Notched 19 catches for 251 yards...Rushed once for four yards...Led the team with a 7.9-yard punt return average on 23 returns for 182 yards with a long of 18 yards and seven fair catches...Returned four kickoffs for 105 yards...Contributed 10 special teams tackles...At Carolina (11/13): Made first NFL start...Began streak of 80 consecutive games with a reception.

2004
Drafted in the fourth round (108th overall) by the New York Jets...Played in 12 games and was inactive for four games...Caught six passes for 60 yards...Returned 13 kickoffs for 362 yards and one touchdown...Gathered 19 special teams tackles...Inactive at Miami (10/3) and with a hamstring injury at Arizona (11/28), versus Houston (12/5) and at Pittsburgh (12/12)...POSTSEASON: Played in two games...Rushed once for no yards...Returned eight kickoffs for 179 yards...Added one special teams tackle...Vs. San Francisco (10/17): Logged first career reception for seven yards...At St. Louis (1/2): Returned a kickoff a career-long 94 yards for a touchdown among five returns for a career-high 196 yards...AFC Divisional Playoff at Pittsburgh (1/15): Set up a field goal with a 30-yard kickoff return.

COLLEGE
Played in 49 games with 39 starts at North Carolina State...Finished career ranked first in school history with 200 receptions and 15 100-yard receiving games and second with 3,119 receiving yards and 21 receiving touchdowns...Tied the school record with a catch in 39 consecutive games...2003 (Sr.): First-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference choice...Started 13 games...Led the conference with 86 receptions for 1,369 yards and 10 touchdowns...2002 (Jr.): First-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection...Started 14 games...Registered a team-leading 67 catches for 1,192 yards and seven touchdowns...2001 (So.): Started 11 games...Posted 41 receptions for 483 yards and four touchdowns...2000 (Fr.): Played in 11 games with one start...Caught six passes for 75 yards.

PERSONAL
Attended Phillips HS in Birmingham, Ala....Majored in sports management at North Carolina State.
TRANSACTIONS
Signed as an unrestricted free agent by Carolina (3/20/14)...Re-signed as an unrestricted free agent by Pittsburgh (4/16/12)...Signed as a free agent by Pittsburgh (8/15/11)...Released by the New York Jets (8/4/11)...Signed to contract extension by the New York Jets (3/1/07)...Selected in the fourth round (108th overall) of the NFL Draft by the New York Jets (4/25/04).

GP/GS
Career (146/73) [10/5]; 2013 (16/6); 2012 (14/2); 2011 (13/0) [1/0]; 2010 (14/5) [3/1]; 2009 (14/12) [3/3]; 2008 (16/16); 2007 (15/15); 2006 (16/16) [1/1]; 2005 (16/1); 2004 (12/0) [2/0].

2013
Played in 16 games with six starts for Pittsburgh...Led the team with a career-high 10 touchdowns on 46 catches for 602 yards...Ranked fourth in the NFL with 78.3 percent of receptions resulting in first downs...All 10 touchdowns came in the red zone, including eight in the last nine games...Rushed once for minus-five yards...At Cincinnati (9/16): Reached 5,000 career receiving yards...Vs. Chicago (9/22): Seized 400th career catch...International Series against Minnesota in London (9/29): Eclipsed 100 receiving yards for the ninth time in career with 103 yards on five receptions, including a 15-yard touchdown...At New England (11/3): Scored a career-high three touchdowns on catches of 20, eight and six yards...Vs. Buffalo (11/10): Five-yard touchdown reception made him the first Steelers player since 2006 to have four receiving touchdowns in a two-game span...Vs. Detroit (11/17): Sealed win with a 20-yard touchdown catch late in the fourth quarter...At Baltimore (11/28): Reeled in potential game-tying touchdown on a one-yard reception with 1:03 left in the fourth quarter, but two-point conversion failed.

2012
Played in 14 games with two starts and was inactive for two games for Pittsburgh...Collected 17 receptions for 205 yards...Started the last two games versus Cincinnati (12/23) and versus Cleveland (12/30) after wide receiver Mike Wallace was placed on injured reserve...Inactive with a rib injury at Cleveland (11/25) and at Baltimore (12/2).

2011
Signed as a free agent by Pittsburgh (8/15) after being released by the New York Jets (8/4)...Played in 13 games and was inactive for three games...Registered 16 catches for 237 yards and two touchdowns...Rushed once for three yards...Returned one kickoff for 19 yards...Missed the first three games with a hamstring injury...POSTSEASON: Played in AFC Wild Card at Denver (1/8)...Tied the game late in the fourth quarter with a 31-yard touchdown reception - his only catch of the game...At Cincinnati (11/13): Culminated the Steelers' opening drive of the game with a 16-yard touchdown reception...Vs. Cleveland (12/8): Pulled in an 11-yard-yard touchdown catch.

2010
Played in 14 games with five starts and was inactive for two games for the New York Jets...Posted 41 receptions for 433 yards and two touchdowns...Rushed four times for minus-three yards...Returned eight punts for 66 yards with a long of 19 yards and four fair catches...Inactive with a groin injury versus Houston (11/21) and versus Cincinnati (11/25)...POSTSEASON: Played in three games with one start...Recorded 12 catches for 146 yards and one touchdown...Became the Jets' all-time leader in postseason receptions with 30...Rushed once for minus-four yards...Returned two kickoffs for 23 yards and two punts for 20 yards with three fair catches...Vs. New England (9/19): Responsible for the go-ahead touchdown on a two-yard catch late in the third quarter...At Cleveland (11/14): Suffered an injured groin in overtime while running a route but completed the play with a diving 10-yard reception on third-and-nine...Caught a 25-yard touchdown in regulation...At Pittsburgh (12/19): Had streak of 80 consecutive games with a catch end...Streak began in first career start at Carolina (11/13/05)...AFC Championship at Pittsburgh (1/23): Started and responded with a four-yard touchdown among five receptions for 33 yards.

2009
Played in 14 games with 12 starts and was inactive for two games for the New York Jets...Led the team in catches and receiving yards for the third consecutive season with 57 catches for 821 yards and three touchdowns...Rushed twice for seven yards and one touchdown...Served as the Jets' primary punt returner following an injury to Jim Leonhard...Finished sixth in the AFC and 10th in the NFL with a 10.3-yard punt return average on 23 returns for 236 yards with a long of 31 yards and 12 fair catches...Inactive with a hamstring injury versus Buffalo (10/18) and at Oakland (10/25)...POSTSEASON: Started all three games...Paced the Jets during the playoffs with 14 receptions and 194 receiving yards...Rushed once for one yard...Returned six punts for 72 yards with six fair catches...Vs. Tennessee (9/27): Snared a season-high eight passes for 108 yards, his eighth career 100-yard receiving game...Helped the Jets retake the lead for good late in the third quarter with a six-yard touchdown catch...Vs. Cincinnati (1/3): Scored first career rushing touchdown when quarterback Mark Sanchez threw behind the line of scrimmage to him and he then ran six yards to the end zone...AFC Wild Card at Cincinnati (1/9): Corralled a-postseason high six receptions for 67 yards...Converted a third-and-12 with a 14-yard catch to set up touchdown on the next play that gave the Jets the lead...AFC Divisional Playoff at San Diego (1/17): 25-yard punt return in the fourth quarter resulted in a touchdown...AFC Championship at Indianapolis (1/24): Racked up a career-postseason high 102 yards on five receptions...Signified second career 100-yard receiving game in the playoffs...Joined wide receiver Braylon Edwards (100 yards) to become the first pair of teammates in Jets history to each have 100 receiving yards in the same postseason game.

2008
Started 16 games for the New York Jets...Ranked first on the team with 71 receptions and 858 receiving yards with five touchdowns...Became the second player in team history to have 70 or more catches in three consecutive seasons...Rushed twice for eight yards...Returned one kickoff for 54 yards...At Miami (9/7): Snagged the Jets' longest pass of the season on a 56-yard touchdown...At San Diego (9/22): Established a career-high with 10 receptions for 76 yards...Vs. Arizona (9/28): Produced first career multi-touchdown game, scoring on catches of 17 and 40 yards...Vs. Kansas City (10/26): Generated 100 yards receiving for the seventh time in career with 102 yards on nine receptions...At New England (11/13): Accounted for three catches for 79 yards on a five-play, 87-yard touchdown drive - capping it with a 15-yard touchdown.

2007
Started 15 games and was inactive for one game for the New York Jets...Led the team with 82 catches and 1,130 receiving yards, both career highs, with two touchdowns...Tied for second in the NFL with 13 receptions of 25 or more yards...Compiled 100 yards receiving in four games...Rushed five times for 38 yards...Returned four kickoffs for 56 yards...Inactive with an injured finger at Miami (12/2)...At Baltimore (9/16): Amassed a career-high 165 yards, the most receiving yards by a Jets player since 1999, on seven catches...Averaged a career-high 23.6 yards per reception...Represented third career 100-yard receiving game...At Buffalo (9/30): Exceeded 100 yards receiving for fourth time in career with 107 yards on a season-high eight catches...At Cincinnati (10/21): Had a 32-yard touchdown on the final play from scrimmage...Vs. Cleveland (12/9): Tallied 119 yards on six receptions to record fifth career 100-yard receiving effort...At Tennessee (12/23): Surpassed 100 yards receiving for sixth time in career with 152 yards on eight catches...Outing included a nine-yard touchdown reception and catches of 48 and 41 yards - the second time he caught two passes of 40 or more yards in the same game during 2007 season.

2006
Started 16 games for the New York Jets...Finished second on the team with a career-high 82 receptions for 961 yards...Tied for the team lead with six touchdowns...Combined with wide receiver Laveranues Coles (91 catches) to form the best single-season receiving tandem in franchise history with 173 catches...Rushed five times for 25 yards...POSTSEASON: Started AFC Wild Card at New England (1/7)...Responsible for the longest offensive play in Jets postseason history with a 77-yard touchdown among four receptions for 100 yards...Rushed twice for 19 yards...At Tennessee (9/10): Scored first career receiving touchdown on an eight-yard catch from quarterback Chad Pennington...Vs. New England (9/17): Produced first ever 100-yard receiving game with 121 yards and one touchdown on six receptions...Hauled in a career-long 71-yard touchdown, jumping up to make the grab, absorbing a big hit and landing on a Patriots defensive back before running unimpeded to the end zone...Vs. Houston (11/26): Totaled 110 yards on seven catches...Marked second career 100-yard receiving performance...At Green Bay (12/3): Accumulated a season-high nine receptions for 99 yards with a 12-yard touchdown.

2005
Played in 16 games with one start for the New York Jets...Notched 19 catches for 251 yards...Rushed once for four yards...Led the team with a 7.9-yard punt return average on 23 returns for 182 yards with a long of 18 yards and seven fair catches...Returned four kickoffs for 105 yards...Contributed 10 special teams tackles...At Carolina (11/13): Made first NFL start...Began streak of 80 consecutive games with a reception.

2004
Drafted in the fourth round (108th overall) by the New York Jets...Played in 12 games and was inactive for four games...Caught six passes for 60 yards...Returned 13 kickoffs for 362 yards and one touchdown...Gathered 19 special teams tackles...Inactive at Miami (10/3) and with a hamstring injury at Arizona (11/28), versus Houston (12/5) and at Pittsburgh (12/12)...POSTSEASON: Played in two games...Rushed once for no yards...Returned eight kickoffs for 179 yards...Added one special teams tackle...Vs. San Francisco (10/17): Logged first career reception for seven yards...At St. Louis (1/2): Returned a kickoff a career-long 94 yards for a touchdown among five returns for a career-high 196 yards...AFC Divisional Playoff at Pittsburgh (1/15): Set up a field goal with a 30-yard kickoff return.

COLLEGE
Played in 49 games with 39 starts at North Carolina State...Finished career ranked first in school history with 200 receptions and 15 100-yard receiving games and second with 3,119 receiving yards and 21 receiving touchdowns...Tied the school record with a catch in 39 consecutive games...2003 (Sr.): First-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference choice...Started 13 games...Led the conference with 86 receptions for 1,369 yards and 10 touchdowns...2002 (Jr.): First-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection...Started 14 games...Registered a team-leading 67 catches for 1,192 yards and seven touchdowns...2001 (So.): Started 11 games...Posted 41 receptions for 483 yards and four touchdowns...2000 (Fr.): Played in 11 games with one start...Caught six passes for 75 yards.

PERSONAL
Attended Phillips HS in Birmingham, Ala....Majored in sports management at North Carolina State.
 

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