Donovin
Darius


DONOVIN DARIUS was a Woodrow Wilson High School football star who played 11 seasons as an NFL safety with the Jacksonville Jaguars after a fine career at Syracuse University. He set a Syracuse record for tackles by a defensive back with 379. He had a well-deserved reputation as one of the hardest "clean" hitters in college football. He was a Big East All-Conference player in 1995 and 1996, and also lettered in indoor and outdoor hurdles, graduating in 1997 with a degree in exercise science and a minor in coaching. Darius was selected 25th overall in the 1998 draft by the Jacksonville Jaguars. the highest pick ever by the team for a defensive back, He was named to the All-Rookie team and led Jaguar

defensive backs with 108 tackles in 14 games. In 1999 he switched to strong safety. He was named by Jacksonville as a franchise player in 2003. In 2004, Darius led the secondary in tackles for a seventh straight season and posted career highs in forced fumbles and interceptions. A season ending injury in 2005 stopped his consecutive start streak at 37. On November 20, 2006, during a game against the New York Giants, he broke his leg and missed the rest of the 2006 season. He currently serves on the NFL Players Association Executive Committee.



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#20 Donovin Darius   Jacksonville Jaguars | Roster



Height: 6-1
Weight: 225 lbs.
Pos: Safety



Age: 28
Born: August 12, 1975, Camden , NJ
Drafted: 1998, 1st Round, 25th Pick by Jacksonville Jaguars.
Experience: 6 years
College: Syracuse
Jacksonville Jaguars
 
  STATS THROUGH 2002 | CAREER STATISTICS | GLOSSARY
  -- TACKLES -- -- FUMBLES -- -- INTERCEPTIONS --
YEAR TOT SOLO AST SACK STF STFY FF BK INT YDS AVG LNG TD PD
CAREER 413 341 72 2 0 0 5 0 8 105 13.1 39 0 35

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