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Clary (6-6, 320) is six-year offensive tackle in his sixth year with the Chargers. He played ten games before an injury ended his 2009 season.
The Chargers’ winner of the 2010 Ed Block Courage Award, Jeromey Clary is the only offensive player to play every offensive snap each of the last two seasons. It’s even more remarkable considering that in late 2009, Clary suffered a serious ankle injury that would later require surgery. The Chargers rewarded their right tackle with a four-year contract just prior to the start of the 2011 season.
Clary became a starter for the Chargers late in the 2007 season. A reserve for most of the year, Head Coach Norv Turner inserted him into the starting lineup at right tackle in early December to give the team’s struggling running game a spark. Over the final five games, the Chargers rushed for 880 yards and eight touchdowns, and went 5-0.
Other than the brief stint of time missed due to the injury in ’09, Clary has spent the last four full seasons in the offense’s starting-11. During that time, the Chargers have rushed for more than 1,700 yards per season and scored 64 rushing touchdowns. Furthermore, Clary and his mates along the offensive line have given Philip Rivers time to pass for more than 4,000 yards and 27 touchdowns in each of those four seasons.
Clary and his wife, Breanna, have two sons, Cannon and JJ. Clary’s hobbies include playing golf and spending time with his family.
TRANSACTION HISTORY: Chargers Sixth-round pick (187), April 30, 2006...signed four-year contract, July 25, 2006... waived Sept. 2, 2006 and re-signed to practice squad, Sept. 4...re-signed one-year contracts Jan. 16, 2007, March 25, 2008, March 16, 2009 and April 15, 2010...signed four-year contract, July 30, 2011.
2010: Offensive line blocked for 180 yards rushing and allowed just one sack in 22 pass plays in 41-10 win vs. Arizona Oct. 3...entire offensive line earned Madden Most Valuable Protectors Award after season-high 207-yard rushing performance in 31-0 win Dec. 12 vs. Kansas City.
2009: Game Ball from coaches after 135-yard rush game with no sacks allowed Oct. 25 at Kansas City...Game Ball Nov. 22 in Denver...blocked for season-high 203 yards rushing and allowed no sacks before leaving game late with ankle injury ...placed on “Reserve-Injured” Nov. 25.
2008: Offensive line allowed no sacks in 306- yard, three-touchdown passing game Oct. 12 vs. New England…in fourth quarter Dec. 14 at Kansas City, line gave Philip Rivers time to go 19 of 25 with two touchdowns for 22-21 win after trailing 21-10… blocked for team-record 289 rush yards in AFC West-clinching win over Denver Dec. 28…previous mark of 287 set in 1963… offensive line keyed 167-yard rush night in Jan. 5 Wild Card Playoff win vs. Indianapolis...Bolts scored game-tying field goal late in fourth quarter and game-winning touchdown on 22-yard run in overtime.
2007: Firstcareer start in Lambeau Field at right tackle Week 3…moved into starting lineup Dec. 2 at Kansas City and had key role in 191-yard rushing day as Bolts broke 10-10 tie at half with rushing touchdowns of 31 and 28 yards…blocked for 274-yard rush game vs. Detroit Dec. 16, second in team history…also allowed no sacks vs. Lions…offensive line allowed one sack in 31 pass plays in Wild Card win over Tennessee Jan. 6…no sacks allowed in Jan. 13 Divisional Playoff win at Indianapolis...offensive line had perfect blocks as Billy Volek scored game-winning touchdown on one-yard quarterback sneak.
2006: Spent entire season on practice squad.
COLLEGE: Second-team All-Big 12 as junior and senior… invited to 2006 East-West Shrine Game…three-time (2003-05) Academic All-Big 12…Kansas State Lineman of Year as junior and senior...Lifter of Year. Scholar-Athlete of Year and Paul Coffman Award for outstanding leadership, attitude and improvement as senior…also team’s Outstanding Offensive Lineman...played at K-State from 2002 05…psychology degree.
PERSONAL: Born in Norfolk, Nebraska…all-region, all-area, all-district and academic all-state at Mansfield (Tex.) HS… Offensive MVP as senior...Coca-Cola All-Star Game invitee.