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Darrell Stuckey
S #25
Height:
5-11
Weight:
212
Age:
27
College:
Kansas
Hometown:
Kansas City, Kan.
Experience:
5

Quick Stats (2014):

TCKL
8
SCK
0.0
FF
0
INT
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Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
GGSTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
TOTAL 53 39 14 0.0 0 1 0 0 -- 0 0 2 4
2014 SD 8 0 8 4 4 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 1
2013 SD 16 0 21 16 5 0.0 -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- 0 1
2012 SD 12 0 12 10 2 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 2 2
2011 SD 14 0 12 9 3 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
2010 SD 1 0 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Recent Games
WKOppResultTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
TotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
1 @ARI L 17-18 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2 SEA W 30-21 2 2 0 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 1
3 @BUF W 22-10 2 1 1 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
4 JAC W 33-14 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
5 NYJ W 31-0 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
6 @OAK W 31-28 4 1 3 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
7 KC L 20-23 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
8 @DEN L 21-35 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Bio

The Chargers retained one of their core special teams players and an emerging defender when they agreed on a new multi-year contract in March with Darrell Stuckey .

A special teams captain and the team’s Special Teams Player of the Year, Stuckey had a Pro Bowl caliber season in 2013.

Besides excelling on the specialty units, Stuckey also saw the first extended action of his career in the secondary and he performed well.

In 2013, Stuckey tied for third on the squad in special teams tackles a year after tying for the team lead. Over the past three seasons, he’s recorded 34 special teams stops while regularly facing double and triple-teams from opposing squads.

Last season, including playoffs, Stuckey recorded six special teams tackles and downed four punts inside the 20. In 2012, he led the NFL with six punts downed inside the 20, while tallying six tackles inside the 20.

Besides being active all over the playing field, Stuckey is one of the Chargers’ most-active players in the community. It dates back to his college career at Kansas University, where he was not only one of the school’s most-talented athletes, but also one of it’s most popular and academically gifted. Raised by a single mother, Michele Foulks, Stuckey graduated in four years and was named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.  He was also one of the Jayhawks’ most active participants in student government and community service. Stuckey enjoys delivering motivational speeches and regularly volunteers to lend a helping hand with community projects in San Diego.

Stuckey’s 295 career tackles at Kansas were second-most all time among Jayhawks defensive backs. Only former NFL great Leroy Irvin (347) had more. As a junior, Stuckey tallied 93 tackles and became the Jayhawks’ first non-linebacker to lead the team in tackles since 2000.

Stuckey has three brothers and three sisters. His younger sister, Denae, played basketball at Iowa State.

He enjoys painting, drawing and collecting DVD movies.

In April 2011, Stuckey married longtime girlfriend, Lacie Reed. The couple has a son, Jayton James.

TRANSACTION HISTORY: Fourth-round pick (110), April 24, 2010...signed June 25...Re-signed with the Chargers on March 8, 2014.

2013: Chargers Special Teams Player of Year and Team Captain... fourth-quarter over-shoulder catch to down punt at two late in 24-6 win at Jacksonville Oct. 20...three special teams tackles, including two for loss, in Jan. 5 wild card playoffs at Cincinnati...three passes defensed in playoffs, including two in Jan. 12 divisional playoffs at Denver.

2012: Forced fumble on kickoff return led to Bolts’ first points of game Oct. 15 vs. Denver...led team with three special teams tackles, including season-high two inside 20, and also downed two Broncos punts inside 20, tied for most in game during season...team-high two special teams stops and diving catch to down punt at seven-yard line in Nov. 1 win over Kansas City...recovered onside kick to start second half Nov. 18 at Denver and tied season high with two downed punts inside 20, including one at Broncos’ two-yard line...two plays after downing punt at two, Bolts sacked Peyton Manning in end zone for safety...injured hamstring Dec. 9 at Pittsburgh and placed on season-ending “Reserve-Injured” list Dec. 12.

2011: Solid all-around performance Nov. 6 vs. Green Bay...recovered onside kick after Chargers scored to get within 45-31...then recorded assisted tackle at Packers’ eight after Bolts scored to get within seven points, 45-38... tied season high with two special teams stops vs. Packers.

2010: Active for first NFL game and saw action on special teams Sept. 26 at Seattle.

COLLEGE: First-team All-Big 12  in 2008 and ’09...American Football Coaches Association ’09 Good Works team...Big 12 Community of Champions in ’08...Jayhawks’ Special Teams Player of Year and Weight Room Award in ’08, and co-winner of Nolan Cromwell Leadership Award...Big 12 Defensive Player of Week after two interceptions and forced fumble vs. Missouri in ’08...finished career with 295 tackles, 11 tackles for loss and eight interceptions...redshirted in 2005... played at Kansas from 2006-09...degree in communications.

PERSONAL: Born in Kansas City, Kan....two-time Metro Offensive Player of Year and team MVP at Washington High in Kansas City...all-state as senior...led team to three-straight league titles...invited to 2005 Kansas Shrine Bowl...all-state in baseball and lettered in basketball and track.

The Chargers retained one of their core special teams players and an emerging defender when they agreed on a new multi-year contract in March with Darrell Stuckey .

A special teams captain and the team’s Special Teams Player of the Year, Stuckey had a Pro Bowl caliber season in 2013.

Besides excelling on the specialty units, Stuckey also saw the first extended action of his career in the secondary and he performed well.

In 2013, Stuckey tied for third on the squad in special teams tackles a year after tying for the team lead. Over the past three seasons, he’s recorded 34 special teams stops while regularly facing double and triple-teams from opposing squads.

Last season, including playoffs, Stuckey recorded six special teams tackles and downed four punts inside the 20. In 2012, he led the NFL with six punts downed inside the 20, while tallying six tackles inside the 20.

Besides being active all over the playing field, Stuckey is one of the Chargers’ most-active players in the community. It dates back to his college career at Kansas University, where he was not only one of the school’s most-talented athletes, but also one of it’s most popular and academically gifted. Raised by a single mother, Michele Foulks, Stuckey graduated in four years and was named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.  He was also one of the Jayhawks’ most active participants in student government and community service. Stuckey enjoys delivering motivational speeches and regularly volunteers to lend a helping hand with community projects in San Diego.

Stuckey’s 295 career tackles at Kansas were second-most all time among Jayhawks defensive backs. Only former NFL great Leroy Irvin (347) had more. As a junior, Stuckey tallied 93 tackles and became the Jayhawks’ first non-linebacker to lead the team in tackles since 2000.

Stuckey has three brothers and three sisters. His younger sister, Denae, played basketball at Iowa State.

He enjoys painting, drawing and collecting DVD movies.

In April 2011, Stuckey married longtime girlfriend, Lacie Reed. The couple has a son, Jayton James.

TRANSACTION HISTORY: Fourth-round pick (110), April 24, 2010...signed June 25...Re-signed with the Chargers on March 8, 2014.

2013: Chargers Special Teams Player of Year and Team Captain... fourth-quarter over-shoulder catch to down punt at two late in 24-6 win at Jacksonville Oct. 20...three special teams tackles, including two for loss, in Jan. 5 wild card playoffs at Cincinnati...three passes defensed in playoffs, including two in Jan. 12 divisional playoffs at Denver.

2012: Forced fumble on kickoff return led to Bolts’ first points of game Oct. 15 vs. Denver...led team with three special teams tackles, including season-high two inside 20, and also downed two Broncos punts inside 20, tied for most in game during season...team-high two special teams stops and diving catch to down punt at seven-yard line in Nov. 1 win over Kansas City...recovered onside kick to start second half Nov. 18 at Denver and tied season high with two downed punts inside 20, including one at Broncos’ two-yard line...two plays after downing punt at two, Bolts sacked Peyton Manning in end zone for safety...injured hamstring Dec. 9 at Pittsburgh and placed on season-ending “Reserve-Injured” list Dec. 12.

2011: Solid all-around performance Nov. 6 vs. Green Bay...recovered onside kick after Chargers scored to get within 45-31...then recorded assisted tackle at Packers’ eight after Bolts scored to get within seven points, 45-38... tied season high with two special teams stops vs. Packers.

2010: Active for first NFL game and saw action on special teams Sept. 26 at Seattle.

COLLEGE: First-team All-Big 12  in 2008 and ’09...American Football Coaches Association ’09 Good Works team...Big 12 Community of Champions in ’08...Jayhawks’ Special Teams Player of Year and Weight Room Award in ’08, and co-winner of Nolan Cromwell Leadership Award...Big 12 Defensive Player of Week after two interceptions and forced fumble vs. Missouri in ’08...finished career with 295 tackles, 11 tackles for loss and eight interceptions...redshirted in 2005... played at Kansas from 2006-09...degree in communications.

PERSONAL: Born in Kansas City, Kan....two-time Metro Offensive Player of Year and team MVP at Washington High in Kansas City...all-state as senior...led team to three-straight league titles...invited to 2005 Kansas Shrine Bowl...all-state in baseball and lettered in basketball and track.

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