Tim Jernigan

Tim Jernigan Fantasy

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Height / Weight
6'2" / 295 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
September 24, 1992 (27)
Experience
7th Season
Drafted
2014 / Rd. 2 / Pk. 48 (BAL)
College
Florida State

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Tim Jernigan News

Timmy Jernigan, Texans Agree To Part Ways

Free-agent defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan had reached an agreement on a one-year, $3.25 million deal with the Houston Texans, but the two sides have agreed to part ways and Jernigan is not expected to sign with the team, according to sources informed of the situation. Jernigan didn't take a physical with the Texans and isn't expected to do so. He was previously cleared by spinal specialist Robert Watkins after playing in just 13 games in the last two seasons due to neck and foot injuries. A second-round pick of the Ravens in 2014, the 27-year-old had his best season in Baltimore in 2016, recording five sacks, 31 combined tackles, one interception and one fumble recovery. He'll look for another one-year deal on the open market now that he's parted ways with Houston.

Jun. 3rd • 1:22 AM
Tim Jernigan Out 4-6 Weeks For Eagles Defense

Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Tim Jernigan (foot) suffered a broken foot in the Week 2 loss to the Falcons and is expected to miss four to six weeks. The good news is that Jernigan won't need surgery, so he should be back later this season. Philly has good depth up front on the defensive line, but they may be a little more vulnerable to opposing ground games moving forward, especially with Malik Jackson also done for the season. The Eagles will take on Kerryon Johnson and the Lions at home in Week 3.

Sep. 16th • 12:06 PM
Timmy Jernigan Questionable for Week 1

Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan (back) is questionable for Week 1 of the 2018 season. Reports on Jernigan's back surgery surfaced this week, but this is the first report of him potentially missing any actual game time. The recovery period for his particular surgery is four to six months, making Jernigan a candidate to start the season on the Physically Unable to Perform list, which would keep him out for the first six games. It will all depend on the speed at which he recovers, which should become more clear into training camp and the preseason.

May. 3rd • 8:26 AM

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