Jarvis Green Net Worth, Bio

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Jarvis Green Net Worth, Bio

Who is Jarvis Green? Jarvis Pernell Green is a former defensive end of American football who played in the National Football League. He was drafted by the New England Patriots in the fourth round of the 2002 NFL draft. He played college football at LSU.

How old is Jarvis Green? Jarvis Green Age is 41 Years old

How tall is Jarvis Green? Jarvis Green Height is 1.91 m

How much is Jarvis Green Worth? Jarvis Green Salary is Make $1 Million – $5 Million (Approx.)


Full name is Jarvis Pernell Green … Born: 12 January, 1979, in Thibodaux, La. Father is Pernell Green and mother is Marion L. Ceaser Green … Has four siblings – Aaron, Shannon, Shannah and Jason … major in construction management.


One of the most dominant defenders in school history … Earned a spot on the Coaches All-SEC team this year … On December 3, named SEC player of the week after a 7-tackle, 1 sack performance vs. Auburn … The SEC player of the week-honor is the first of his career… Recorded 20th career vs. Auburn, making him only 4th in LSU history … Had 3 solo tackles, one for a loss vs. Arkansas … Had the best game of the season vs. Alabama with 7 tackles and 2 sacks … Had 4 sacks in 2001… Started all 13 games for the Tigers, and had 40 career starts … As a senior, he had 52 tackles, 7 for losses, to go along with the team’s best 25 QB pressures … Had 7 tackles against Ole Miss … Drafted in the fourth round of the 2002 NFL Draft of the New England Patriots.


Fight through injuries to see action in nine regular-season games, including eight starting … Also started the Peach Bowl for the Tigers … Recorded 31 tackles (13 solos), including three for loss … Had three tackles and one sack for minus 7 yards vs. Georgia Tech in Peach Bowl … Had one sack during the regular season, bringing his career total to 16 … The 16 career sacks are ranked seventh in school history … His only sack came in 20-9 road victory over Ole Miss … Registered a season-high seven tackles, including four solos, against Auburn in September … Broke two passes … Placed four tackles against both Florida and Ole Miss… I missed the games of the state of Kentucky and Mississippi because of an injury.


The Tigers’ best pass rusher in 1999 .. Started 9 games of the year … Started 5 games on defensive end (North Texas, Auburn, Georgia, Florida, Kentucky) and 4 at rush linebacker (first and final three: San Jose State, Alabama, Houston, Arkansas)… did not play at Miss. State because of an injury … created a much-needed threat from the end for the Tigers … finished with 51 tackles, 12 for losses totaling 52 yards , 7 sacks for minus 42 yards, 3 forced fumble attempts, 2 pass breaks, 2 fumble recoveries, 1 quarterback rush and 1 blocked kick … He led the team in sacks, clumsy recovery actions and forced clumsy attempts… Against San Jose State, he had 9 tackles, 4 for loss (-12) yards and 2 sacks … At Kentucky, he made six tackles, including 2 sacks for losses of 18 yards … At least 1 tackle made for loss in 6 of the 10 games he played.


Had a standout freshman season … LSU set a freshman record for quarterback sacks with 8, which for the best of the team achieved in 1998 with Anthony McFarland … Led team in quarterback “hurry itself” with 9… Started the first 10 games in the defensive end, missed only the season finale in Arkansas because of an injury … Sixth on team in tackles with 50 stops, including 36 solos … Second on team in tackles behind the line with 17… High tackle game of 11 vs. Alabama, that team was high in that game … 7 tackles vs. Kentucky, 6 tackles at Ole Miss… 5 tackles vs. Arkansas State, Idaho, Georgia, Mississippi State … Impressive collegiate debut made in victory over Arkansas State : 5 tackles, 3 behind the line, 2 QB sacks, 1 deflection … Recorded 2 QB sacks each vs. Arkansas State, at Florida … 1 QB bag each vs. Idaho, vs. Georgia, vs. Mississippi State , at Ole Miss … Made 3 tackles behind the line on 3 occasions: vs. Arkansas State, vs. Idaho, vs. Mississippi State … Saw action on 536 defensive plays from scrimmage … Also saw special teams action on punt return and PAT/FG block teams.


Member of Atlanta Journal Constitution Super Southern 100 … SuperPrep All-American … Superprep Southwest Defensive Player of the Year … No. 11 ranked defensive lineman in the nation … Named after The Advocate Super Dozen ’97 and the Times-Picayune Top 20 Blue-Chip list … No. 5 in SuperPrep Louisiana 26 … Class 3A Defensive MVP … Recorded 136 tackles (103 solo), with 42 for loss, and 16 layoffs his senior year. .. As a junior a total of 83 tackles, 7 sacks and 21 tackles for loss as a junior … Brother of teammate Jason Green … Donaldsonville finished with a 10-4 record his final year that advanced to the Class 3A Semifinal against St. James HS … coached by Jimmy Dykes.