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|Own 21-50 - by Yard Line||3||2||1||0||0|
|Opp 49-20 - by Yard Line||5||2||3||0||1|
|Opp 19-1 - by Yard Line|
Home vs Road
Margin of Victory
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|Behind by 1-8 Points||2||0||2||0||0|
|Behind by 9-16 Points||5||3||2||0||0|
|4th Quarter within 7||1||0||1||0||0|
|Own 21-50 - by Yard Line|
|Opp 49-20 - by Yard Line|
|Opp 19-1 - by Yard Line|
Home vs Road
Margin of Victory
|Ahead by 1-8 Points|
|Behind by 1-8 Points|
|Behind by 9-16 Points|
|4th Quarter within 7|
Originally a first-round (25th pick overall) draft choice by the Cleveland Browns in 2017…Traded to the Giants, along with first and 3rd-round choices in the 2019 NFL Draft, for wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr., on March 13, 2019.
- Originally a first-round (25th pick overall) draft choice by the Cleveland Browns in 2017…Traded to the Giants, along with first and 3rd-round choices in the 2019 NFL Draft, for wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr., on March 13, 2019.
- In 3 NFL seasons, Peppers – whose first name is pronounced juh-BRILL - started all 40 games in which he played at safety…His career totals include 210 tackles (147 solo), 1.0 sack, 3 interceptions, 13 passes defensed, 3 forced fumbles and 4 recoveries. He also averaged 7.6 yards on 59 punt returns and 22.0 yards on 34 kickoff returns.
- In 2019, Peppers started the season's first 11 games at strong safety and was 2nd on the Giants with 71 tackles just 1 less than fellow safety Antoine Bethea, when he suffered a transverse process fracture on his only kickoff return of the season at Chicago (11/24). He was placed on injured reserve on Dec. 7.
- Peppers still finished 4th on the team with 76 tackles (51 solo) and led the Giants with 3 forced fumbles, the first of his career.
- Scored the Giants' first defensive touchdown of the season when he intercepted a Dwayne Haskins pass and returned it 32 yards to the end zone with 1:19 remaining in the 3rd quarter vs. Washington (9/29)…The interception was the 3rd and the touchdown the first of Peppers' career.
- Opened the season with 7 tackles (6 solo) in his Giants debut at Dallas (9/8)…Contributed 8 tackles (6 solo) in the Giants' first victory of the season at Tampa Bay (9/22)…Tallied a season-high 12 tackles (7 solo) vs. Dallas (11/4) and 10 tackles (season-high 8 solo) at New England (10/10)…Had a career-long 40-yard punt return at Chicago.
- In his final season in Cleveland in 2018, Peppers started all 16 games and was credited with a career-high 77 tackles (52 solo), 1.0 sack, 1 interception, 5 passes defensed and 3 fumble recoveries…As the Browns' primary returner, he ran back 25 punts for 219 yards (8.8-yard avg.) with a long of 33 yards, and 19 kickoffs for 408 yards (21.5-yard avg.) with a long of 29 yards…Peppers twice had a then career-high 8 tackles – at Tampa Bay (10/21) and at Houston (12/2)…Intercepted a Case Keenum pass in the end zone and sacked Keenum for an 11-yard loss on 4th-and-10 to clinch a victory at Denver (12/15), where he recorded 6 solo tackles …Recovered fumbles vs. Pittsburgh (9/9), the Chargers (10/14), and at Baltimore (12/30).
- As a rookie in 2017, started all 13 games in which he played...Inactive for 2 games (vs. Tennessee and Minnesota on 10/22-29) with a toe injury and 1 (vs. Green Bay on 12/10) with a knee injury…Amassed 57 tackles (44 solo), 1 interception, 3 passes defensed, and 1 fumble recovery...Returned 30 punts for 180 yards (6.0-yard avg.) with a long of 25 yards, and 14 kickoffs for 318 yards (22.7-yard avg.), with a long of 35 yards...Picked up his first career interception when he picked off a Landry Jones pass at Pittsburgh (12/31)…Started at safety in his NFL debut, and had 4 solo tackles, 1 pass defensed, and 1 fumble recovery vs. Pittsburgh (9/10).
- Played in 27 games with 25 starts at Michigan, where he played defense, offense, and special teams…Totaled 123 tackles and 1 interception on defense…Rushed 45 times for 268 yards (6.0-yard avg.) and caught 10 passes for 82 yards…Returned 39 punt for 510 yards (13.1-yard avg.) and a touchdown, and 18 kickoffs for 483 yards (26.8-yard avg.)…Was a 2016 consensus first-team All-American and Heisman Trophy finalist…Peppers was the 2016 Paul Hornung Award winner as the nation's most versatile player and the 2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy winner…He was the first player in Big Ten history to win 3 individual awards in a single season: Nagurski-Woodson Defensive Player of the Year, Butkus-Fitzgerald Linebacker of the Year and Rodgers-Dwight Return Specialist of the Year… Played 15 different offensive, defensive and special teams positions for the Wolverines in 2016, recording 726 snaps on defense, 154 on special teams and 53 on offense…Three-time All Big Ten honoree…Collected first-team honors twice (2015 and 2016) and honorable mention as a return specialist in 2015… Named the 2016 Bo Schembechler Award winner, given to Michigan's team MVP…Started 12 games in 2015…Played in 3 games with 1 start in 2014.
- Donated more than 1,000 backpacks to students in his hometown of East Orange to get them ready for the school year…Joined with United Rentals to surprise 2 youth football teams from East Orange with a $10,000 equipment grant, and the opportunity to play at halftime of a Giants preseason game... Represented East Orange Recreation during the NFL's Week 14 My Cause My Cleats initiative…Attended the 2019 Giants Draft Party, thanking season ticket holders for their support and celebrating the new Rookie Draft Class…Attended the Giants Fantennial Pep Rally at MetLife Stadium for thousands of fans…Packed 1,000+ care packages with front office staff, coaches and teammates that were donated to My Sisters' Place, a safe haven for victims of domestic violence and human trafficking.
- Was enrolled in Michigan's college of literature, science and the arts…Full name is Jabrill Ahmad Peppers…Native of East Orange, N.J.…Credits his mother, Ivory Bryant, as the person who influenced him most, as well as his late older brother, Don Curtis, who was fatally shot at age 20 in 2010…Attended Paramus Catholic High School in Paramus, N.J., where he helped his team win state championships in 2012 and 2013 as a defensive back and running back…Previously played at Don Bosco Prep in Ramsey, N.J., where he also helped his team earn state championships in 2010 and 2011 as a starting defensive back…Named 2013 All-USA Defensive Player of the Year by USA TODAY and was selected to the All-USA high school football first-team…Participated in the 2014 Under Armour All-America game and was named a captain for Team Nitro…A track standout, broke the New Jersey state record in the 200-meter dash as a junior, running a 20.79…Earned 2 state titles in the 100-meter and 200-meter dash and added state championships in the 4x400-meter relay and 4x-100-meter relay…Writes poetry and his own music…Interested in sports broadcasting work following his football career.