◊ Longest tenured member of the Jets, entering his 11th season with the club after being selected in the first round of the 2000 NFL Draft.
◊ Has amassed career totals of 622 tackles, 68 sacks and 14 forced fumbles in his 10-year career.
◊ Moved past Marty Lyons (147 games, 1979-89) for the most games played by a New York Jet defensive lineman after playing in 155 of a possible 160 games in his 10-year career.
◊ With his 6.5 sacks in 2009 (68 career sacks), he has moved past Gerry Philbin (64.5) into third place on all-time New York Jets career sacks list, behind second-place Joe Klecko (77.5) and first-place Mark Gastineau (107.5).
◊ Along with Gastineau, Dennis Byrd and Hugh Douglas, became just the fourth player in Jets history to record two- or-more sacks in three-or-more games in a single season when he did so in 2009.
◊ Has 11 games with at least two sacks in career, including a career-high three sacks in the 2004 season finale.
◊ Earned his second Pro Bowl appearance in 2009, after recording 56 tackles (30 solo), 6.5 sacks, two forced fumbles, and two passes defensed.
Jets Flight Plan - Coach Speak - The New York Jets get mic’ed during the 2010 Pro Bowl at Sun Life Stadium. The AFC defeated the NFC 41-34 Originally aired on CBS-2 HD – 9/19/10
Jets DE Shaun Ellis joins Around the League to chat about beating the Patriots and gearing up for an AFC Championship showdown in Pittsburgh.
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