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Adrian Colbert

DB

#23

Experience: 6 years

Height: 6-2

Age: 29

Weight: 205 lbs

College: Miami

2022 SEASON

  • Solo
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  • SCK
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  • FF
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  • INT
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Career Stats

Defense Career

SEASONTEAMGGSTKLASTCOMBINEDSOLOSCKSFTYPDEFINTYDSAVGLNGTDSFFOPP FR
2017San Francisco 49ers146343373200521
2018San Francisco 49ers7615621130010
2019Miami Dolphins6516622140020
2020New York Giants62941380000
2021New York Jets431061690000
2021Cleveland Browns30
2022Chicago Bears20
TOTAL42228425109760080000021

Biography

PRO CAREER:

  • Enters his sixth season in the NFL in 2022 and first with the Bears
  • Originally selected by the 49ers in the seventh round (229th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft
  • Has played in 40 games (22 starts) and has compiled 98 tackles (75 solo), two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery, eight passes defensed and 11 special teams stops
  • Has appeared in three postseason contests, recording one solo tackle and two special teams stops.

2021 SEASON (Jets/Browns):

  • Competed in seven games (four with the Jets, three with the Browns) making three starts, and compiled 16 tackles (10 solo)
  • Posted back-to-back games with five combined tackles in Weeks 2 and 3.

2020 SEASON (Giants):

  • Appeared in six games in 2020 and 10 combined tackles (seven solo), one TFL and three special teams tackles.

2019 SEASON (Dolphins):

  • Played in six games with the Dolphins in 2019, logging 20 combined tackles (14 solo), two passes defensed and two special teams tackles.

2018 SEASON (49ers):

  • Played in seven games and registered¬†20 combined tackles (14 solo), one pass defensed and one special teams tackle.

2017 SEASON (49ers):

  • Played in 14 games as a rookie in 2017 with six starts, totaling 32 tackles (30 solo), five passes defensed, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and five special teams stops.
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