Faith And Football? Hosted by Justin Forsett

Justin Forsett

TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Seattle in the seventh round (233rd overall) of the 2008 draft … Waived on 9/9/08 … Claimed off waivers by Indianapolis on 9/11/08 … Waived on 10/7/08 … Signed by Seattle to practice squad on 10/9/08 … Activated to 53-man roster on 10/14/08 … Signed by Houston as an unrestricted free agent on 6/4/12 … Signed by Jacksonville as an unrestricted free agent on 3/15/13.

PRO: Sixth-year pro sees action at RB and also as a return specialist … Has played in 78 career games with seven starts including all 16 games in four of five seasons … Has spent time with Seattle, Indianapolis and Houston … Career totals include 341 rushes for 1,661 yards (4.9 avg.) and eight TDs, 100 receptions for 768 yards and 1 TD, 46 punt returns for 372 yards (8.1 avg.) and 38 kickoff returns for 873 yards (23.0 avg.) … Has two career 100-yard rushing games, both in 2009, and 48 rushes of 10-plus yards … Four of his eight career rushing TDs came in consecutive games in 2009 … Native of Mulberry, Fla. …

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2012: Appeared in all 16 games for the Texans after signing as an unrestricted free agent … Finished with 374 yards on 63 carries (5.9 avg.) and one TD along with three receptions for 38 yards … Also saw action on special teams, finishing with three tackles … Had six carries for 35 yards in the fourth quarter on 9/16 at JAX … Led team with 47 yards on seven carries on 10/14 vs. GB … Had six rushes for 32 yards on 10/21 vs. BAL … Had 25-yard run on 11/11 at CHI … Scored on an 81-yard run in the third quarter on 11/22 at DET, the longest run of his career and the longest run in Texans franchise history … Posted a team-high 64 yards on 14 carries on 12/2 at TEN … Did not play in either postseason game …

2011: Saw action in all 16 games for the third straight season … Totaled 145 yards on 46 carries (3.2 avg.) and one TD along with 23 catches for 128 yards … Had a season-high 31 yards on four carries on 11/20 at STL including a 22-yard TD run …

2010: Played in all 16 games with a career-high five starts … Totaled 523 yards on a career-high 118 carries (4.4 avg.) with two TDs … Had 33 receptions for 252 yards … Returned three punts for 17 yards … Gained 67 yards on 10 carries and scored a TD on 10/17 at CHI …

2009: Appeared in all 16 games and recorded two starts … Rushed for a career-high 619 yards on 114 carries (5.9 avg.) with four TDs … Added a career-best 41 receptions for 350 yards and one TD … Returned 16 punts for 92 yards (5.8 avg.) and 18 kickoff returns for 432 yards (24.0 avg.) with a long of 46 yards … Became first player since Shaun Alexander in 2005 to score at least one TD in four consecutive games … Registered first career 100-yard rushing game on 11/15 at ARI with 123 yards on 17 carries (7.2) and one TD … Totaled 80 receiving yards with a long of 47 on 11/22 at MIN … Had career-best numbers on 11/29 at STL with 22 rushes for 130 yards (5.9 avg.) and two TDs …

2008: Played in 14 games as a rookie … Earned spot on Seahawks 53-man roster to open the season, but was waived following week one and claimed off waivers by Indianapolis … Played in three games for the Colts before he was waived on Oct. 7 … Returned to Seahawks practice squad on Oct. 8 and activated to 53-man roster on Oct. 14 … Served as return specialist and had 27 punt returns for 9.7 avg. and 18 kickoff returns for a 23.4 avg.

COLLEGE: Played in 29 games with 18 starts … Ranked third in school history with 3,220 rushing yards and was fourth with 26 rushing TDs on 567 carries … Added 41 receptions for 386 yards and one TD and 10 kickoff returns for 162 yards … Started 13 games as a senior and earned All-Pac-10 Conference first-team honors … Set school single-season record with 305 rushing attempts and ranked second with 1,546 yards along with 15 TDs … Added 22 catches for 202 yards … Appeared in all 13 games as a junior and made two starts … Totaled 626 yards on 119 carries with four TDs and 12 receptions for 116 yards and one score … Served as Marshawn Lynch’s backup as a sophomore and started three of 12 games … Had 132 rushes for 999 yards (7.6 avg.) and six TDs along with seven catches for 68 yards … Saw action as a freshman, mostly on special teams.

PERSONAL: Married (Angela) with son, Judah … Attended Grace Prep Academy in Arlington, Texas for final two seasons … Spent freshman and sophomore years at Polk High School in Mulberry, Fla. before family moved to Texas … Led the Academy to back-to-back state championships in the Texas private school division, earning Class 4A First-Team All-State and Most Valuable Player honors … Member of the Dallas Morning News’ All-Area Top 100 team and participated in the Texas All-Star Game, earning MVP accolades … Scored 63 TDs and rushed for nearly 5,000 yards during final two seasons … Also lettered in basketball and track … Father, Rodney, is a minster and coach … Plays the tenor saxophone and piano … Wife was a former standout volleyball player at California and participated in the U.S. Women’s Volleyball team training camp in 2012 prior to the Olympics ... Born in Lakeland, Fla. … Twitter handle is @JForsett ... Full name: Justin Forsett.

2009: Appeared in all 16 games and recorded two starts … Rushed for a career-high 619 yards on 114 carries (5.9 avg.) with four TDs … Added a career-best 41 receptions for 350 yards and one TD … Returned 16 punts for 92 yards (5.8 avg.) and 18 kickoff returns for 432 yards (24.0 avg.) with a long of 46 yards … Became first player since Shaun Alexander in 2005 to score at least one TD in four consecutive games … Registered first career 100-yard rushing game on 11/15 at ARI with 123 yards on 17 carries (7.2) and one TD … Totaled 80 receiving yards with a long of 47 on 11/22 at MIN … Had career-best numbers on 11/29 at STL with 22 rushes for 130 yards (5.9 avg.) and two TDs …

2008: Played in 14 games as a rookie … Earned spot on Seahawks 53-man roster to open the season, but was waived following week one and claimed off waivers by Indianapolis … Played in three games for the Colts before he was waived on Oct. 7 … Returned to Seahawks practice squad on Oct. 8 and activated to 53-man roster on Oct. 14 … Served as return specialist and had 27 punt returns for 9.7 avg. and 18 kickoff returns for a 23.4 avg.

COLLEGE: Played in 29 games with 18 starts … Ranked third in school history with 3,220 rushing yards and was fourth with 26 rushing TDs on 567 carries … Added 41 receptions for 386 yards and one TD and 10 kickoff returns for 162 yards … Started 13 games as a senior and earned All-Pac-10 Conference first-team honors … Set school single-season record with 305 rushing attempts and ranked second with 1,546 yards along with 15 TDs … Added 22 catches for 202 yards … Appeared in all 13 games as a junior and made two starts … Totaled 626 yards on 119 carries with four TDs and 12 receptions for 116 yards and one score … Served as Marshawn Lynch’s backup as a sophomore and started three of 12 games … Had 132 rushes for 999 yards (7.6 avg.) and six TDs along with seven catches for 68 yards … Saw action as a freshman, mostly on special teams.

PERSONAL: Married (Angela) … Attended Grace Prep Academy in Arlington, Texas for final two seasons … Spent freshman and sophomore years at Polk High School in Mulberry, Fla. before family moved to Texas … Led the Academy to back-to-back state championships in the Texas private school division, earning Class 4A First-Team All-State and Most Valuable Player honors … Member of the Dallas Morning News’ All-Area Top 100 team and participated in the Texas All-Star Game, earning MVP accolades … Scored 63 TDs and rushed for nearly 5,000 yards during final two seasons … Also lettered in basketball and track … Father, Rodney, is a minster and coach … Plays the tenor saxophone and piano … Born in Lakeland, Fla. … Twitter handle is @JForsett … Full name: Justin Forsett.

Tyson Alualu

TRANSACTIONS: Originally selected in the first round (10th overall of the 2010 draft.

PRO: Former first-round pick has started all 48 games in his first three seasons … Only defensive player to start all 16 games the last three seasons and joined C Brad Meester as the only players overall … Career totals include 240 tackles (129 solo), 9.5 sacks, 14 tackles for loss, five passes defensed and one fumble recovery … Has 55 QB pressures in three seasons with 20 as a rookie, 22 in 2011 and 13 in 2012 … Matched career-high with a team-best 3.5 sacks in 2012 … Has 75-plus tackles and 2.5 sacks in each of his first three seasons … Registered 3.5 sacks and seven tackles for loss as a rookie … Joined Terrance Knighton as only two rookie defensive linemen in franchise history to start all 16 games as a rookie … Became first player drafted by the Jaguars from the University of California … Was one of five defensive tackles taken in the first round and the third overall, behind Ndamukong Suh and Gerald McCoy … Fourth defensive tackle drafted in first round by the Jaguars in franchise history and first since 2002 (John Henderson) … Became highest drafted player in Cal history since Andre Carter was taken with the seventh overall pick by San Francisco in 2001 … Played in 2010 Senior Bowl and recorded a sack … Last name pronounced AH-lu AH-lu …

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2012: Started all 16 games for the third consecutive season … Produced a career-high 82 tackles (36 solo) and led team with 3.5 sacks … Added three tackles for loss and 13 QB pressures … 9/9 at MIN: Recorded five tackles in the season-opener and logged his seventh career sack in the third quarter off Christian Ponder ... 9/23 at IND: Made four tackles (three solo), including two tackles for loss ... Had five tackles on 9/30 vs. CIN and followed with four stops on 10/7 vs. CHI … 10/21 at OAK: Had four tackles (two solo) with one QB pressure and one fumble recovery ... 10/28 at GB: Totaled seven tackles (four solo) with one tackle for loss and one QB pressure ... 11/8 vs. IND: Tallied seven tackles (four solo) with two QB pressures. Sacked Andrew Luck in the first quarter, his eighth career sack and second of the season ... Made 10 tackles (three solo) on 12/2 at BUF and followed with seven tackles on 12/9 vs. NYJ ... 12/16 at MIA: Split a sack with DE Jason Babin of Ryan Tannehill … 12/23 vs. NE: Started at DT and made four tackles (two solo) with one sack and one QB pressure. Sacked Tom Brady in the fourth quarter ...

2011: Started all 16 games at DT for the second consecutive season … Compiled a career-high 81 tackles (43 solo) along with 2.5 sacks, four tackles for loss, one fumble recovery and two passes defensed … Ranked second on the club with 22 QB pressures … One of eight players to start all 16 games, one of only five defensive players …Played major role on defense that ranked sixth in the NFL (313.0 avg.), the highest ranking for the club since 2006 … 9/11 vs. TEN: Opened season with three QB pressures, one pass defensed and two solo tackles … 9/25 at CAR: Established a career-high with 11 tackles along with two tackles for loss and one pass defensed … 10/9 vs. CIN: Recorded nine tackles and one QB pressure in the win … 10/6 at PIT: Sacked QB Ben Roethlisberger for a three-yard loss in the fourth quarter and totaled six tackles … 10/30 at HOU: Tied his career-high with 11 tackles and added two QB pressures … 11/13 at IND: Recovered a fumble by QB Dan Orlovsky in the fourth quarter which led to a Jaguars TD which sealed the victory … 11/20 at CLE: Split a sack with LB Russell Allen on QB Colt McCoy in the fourth quarter ... 12/11 vs. TB: Produced three solo tackles, one sack and one QB pressure. Sacked QB Josh Freeman for a two-yard loss in the second quarter … 1/1 vs. IND: Recorded eight tackles with one tackle for loss in season-finale …

2010: Started all 16 games as a rookie at DT, joining 2009 third-round pick Terrance Knighton as the only two DL in franchise history to accomplish the feat … Ranked tied for second on team with 3.5 sacks and third with seven tackles for loss … Totaled 77 tackles (50 solo), three passes defensed and 20 QB pressures … Ranked second in the NFL among all rookie defensive tackles in sacks including two in the first three games … 9/12 vs. DEN: Only rookie to start on opening day for the Jaguars and finished with seven tackles, one QB hit and first career sack ... Sacked Kyle Orton for a six-yard loss in the second quarter … 9/26 vs. PHI: Recorded eight tackles and split a sack with Knighton in the third quarter … 10/10 at BUF: Tallied seven tackles, two QB hits and two tackles for loss … 10/31 at DAL: Compiled six tackles, one sack, one tackle for loss and two QB hits … 11/21 vs. CLE: Registered a sack for the second time in three games … 12/5 at TEN: Totaled four tackles and a team-high four QB hits … 12/18 at IND: Led team with three QB hits and added three tackles on 52 snaps.

COLLEGE: Four-year letterman, playing in 52 games with 40 starts … Never missed a game and started 39 consecutive games to complete his career … Played DE and DT in 3-4 scheme … Career totals include 195 tackles, 26 tackles for loss, 16 sacks, seven passes defensed, four forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries … Added one INT, 11 QB pressures and one blocked kick … Three-time winner of the Brick Muller Award as team’s most valuable defensive lineman … Signed with California prior to 2005 season but enrolled in January of 2006 …Started all 13 games as a senior at LDE in 3-4 defense for the third consecutive season … Led All-Pac-10 linemen with career-high 65 tackles … First-team All-Pac 10 selection … Added a team-high 7.5 sacks and 11.5 tackles for loss … Served as team captain … Honored with Joe Roth Award given to the player that best exemplifies courage, attitude and sportsmanship … Started all 13 games as a junior … Posted 62 tackles, six sacks and 11 tackles for loss … Earned second-team All-Pac 10 honors … Started all 13 games as a sophomore for the first time in his career, mainly at DE in 3-4 defense … Led DL with 52 tackles including 3.5 for loss … Added 2.5 sacks, one INT and team-high four fumble recoveries … Recovered first career fumble vs. Arizona and raced to the end zone for a TD … Appeared in all 13 games as a true freshman with one start ... Majored in ethnic studies.

PERSONAL: Married (Desire) with sons, Tyree and Tydes, and daughter, Dereon … Resides in Jacksonville, FL … Attended St. Louis High School in Honolulu … School also produced current NFL players Olin Kreutz (Chicago), Dominic Raiola (Detroit) and former NFL running back Chris Fuamatu-Ma’afala among others … Was two-time all-state selection by Honolulu Star Bulletin … Ranked as No. 2 player in state in 2005 by Rivals.com … Posted team-high seven sacks and 59 tackles as a senior … Supports and attends team sponsored events including Jaguars Readers Party, Food Drive and Operation Blessing … Participated in photo shoot to raise money for Boot Campaign, an organization that assists wounded returning combat military … Parents are Ta’avao and Levaa’i Alualu … Has seven sisters: Taimane-Ruta, Tanya, Tasia, Tatiana, Timena, Trinity and Trust, and one brother, Tupu … Fourth member of his family to play college football. His uncle, Tupu Alualu played at Hawaii, cousin Ben Alualu played at Arizona and cousin, Tyrone Alualu, played at Laney College … Lives by the motto “God first, and everything else will fall into place” … Full name: Tyson Asi Alualu.

Carson Tinker

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Career Notes: Two-year letterman … Appeared in 38 games at LS … Started all 13 games as a senior and successfully completed 133 of 135 snapping attempts … As a junior, handled both field goal/extra point duties and punt duties and successfully completed all 130 snapping opportunities (91 FG/XP and 39 punts) … As a sophomore, started all 13 games and was 121 of 123 on snapping opportunities (58 XP, 40 punts and 24 FG) … As a freshman, saw action in a 45-0 win over Chattanooga on homecoming … Redshirted in 2008 … Attended Riverdale (Tenn.) High School in Murfreesboro, Tenn. … Led team to an 11-1 record as a senior … Went 11-2 as a junior … Majored in pre-business.

Russell Allen

TRANSACTIONS: Signed as an undrafted rookie 4/26/09.

PRO: Fifth-year pro has played in all 64 games to start his career … Re-signed with the club in 2012 offseason... Former undrafted rookie has made 31 starts including a career-high 16 in 2012 … Career totals include 389 tackles (261 solo), 21 tackles for loss, two forced fumbles, nine passes defensed and one INT … One of only three players in team history to record 200-plus tackles in a season with a career-high 201 in 2012, joining Hardy Nickerson (230, 2001) and Paul Posluszny (231, 2012) … Led team in 2012 with a career-high 10 tackles for loss and posted double-digit tackles in 12 of 16 games … Produced two of the franchise’s top nine single-game tackle totals in 2012 with 22 against Houston on Sept. 16 (2nd-most) and 20 at Houston on Nov. 28 (T-7th most) … Plays key role on special teams with 42 career tackles, including at least 12 in three of first four seasons … One of only three rookies (Derek Cox, Terrance Knighton) to play in all 16 games in 2009 … Never missed a game in four seasons at San Diego State, starting 43 of 48 contests for the Aztecs …

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2012: Started all 16 games for the first time in his career and produced a career-high 201 tackles (137 solo), eight passes defensed and 10 tackles for loss … Added a half sack and four special teams tackles … The 201 tackles ranked as third-most in franchise history (Hardy Nickerson, 230, 2001; Paul Posluszny, 231, 2012) …Posted a career-high and team-best 10 tackles for loss … One of five defensive players and seven players overall to start all 16 games … 9/9 at MIN: Opened the season with 11 tackles (seven solo) and one pass defensed ... 9/16 vs. HOU: Registered a career-high 22 tackles (17 solo) and one QB pressure and missed only five snaps. The 22 tackles tied for the second-most in team history ... 9/23 at IND: Made 15 tackles (11 solo) with one tackle for loss, two QB pressures and one pass defensed and followed with 17 tackles and one tackle for loss on 9/30 vs. CIN ... 10/21 at OAK: Had 11 tackles (seven solo) with two QB pressures, one pass defensed and one special teams tackle. Recovered muffed punt in second quarter which led to a Jaguars TD ... 10/28 at GB: Missed only five snaps, and led team with 12 tackles (six solo) with two passes defensed ... Registered 16 tackles on 11/4 vs. DET and eight tackles on 11/8 vs. IND … 11/18 at HOU: Tallied a team-high 20 tackles (15 solo), tied for the sixth-most in team history ... 11/25 vs. TEN: Had 12 tackles (nine solo) with two tackles for loss, one QB pressure and one pass defensed. Added one special teams tackle ... Made 10 tackles (six solo) on 12/9 vs. NYJ with one tackle for loss and followed with 14 tackles (seven solo) on 12/16 at MIA … Concluded season with nine stops on 12/23 vs. NE and 10 tackles with three tackles for loss on 12/30 at TEN …

2011: Produced then career-best numbers with 76 tackles, one INT, two forced fumbles and four tackles for loss … Played in all 16 games for the third consecutive season and made a career-high six starts … Ranked second on the team with 12 special teams tackles … Started five of the final six games and tallied double-digit tackles in four of the games … One of eight defensive players to play in all 16 games … 10/16 at PIT: Made first start of the season in place of injured LB Clint Session. Totaled five tackles and added one special teams tackle … 10/24 vs. BAL: Led team with two special teams tackles … 11/20 at CLE: Split a sack with DT Tyson Alualu on QB Colt McCoy for a seven-yard loss in the fourth quarter … 11/27 vs. HOU: Started at LB and accumulated 13 tackles with two tackles for loss and one forced fumble … 12/5 vs. SD: Had 13 tackles in second consecutive start along with one special teams tackle … 12/11 vs. TB: Started at LB and forced a fumble by RB LeGarrette Blount that was recovered by DE Jeremy Mincey … 12/15 at ATL: Started at LB and registered a career-high 14 tackles (eight solo) with one tackle for loss … 1/1 vs. IND: Intercepted QB Dan Orlovsky in the third quarter for his first career INT. Tallied 11 tackles (six solo) in start …

2010: Appeared in all 16 games for the second straight season and made four starts at LB … Finished with 54 tackles (38 solo), one pass defensed and a career-high four tackles for loss … Added 12 special teams tackles … Saw extensive action at LB (44 snaps) on 9/19 at SD after Justin Durant left the game with an injury and totaled eight tackles along with two special teams tackles … Earned first start of the season on 10/3 vs. IND and accumulated four tackles … Followed with five tackles in starting role on 10/10 at BUF … Had two special teams tackles on 10/31 at DAL … Had a tackle for loss on 12/5 at TEN along with one special teams tackle … finishing with three tackles and two special teams tackles … Produced five tackles, one for loss, in 20 snaps on 12/18 at IND along with two tackles on special teams … Started at LB on 12/26 vs. WAS and registered a season-high 11 tackles (nine solo) with one tackle for loss on 37 snaps … Concluded season with 10 tackles (nine solo) including a career-high two tackles for loss on 1/2 at HOU …

2009: Played in all 16 games as a rookie with five starts at LB … Totaled 58 tackles (35 solo), three tackles for loss and one QB pressure …Ranked third on the club with 14 special teams tackles … Saw action on special teams in games 1-4 and posted three tackles on 10/4 vs. TEN … Inserted into starting lineup on 10/11 at SEA due to injuries and tied for the team-lead with 12 tackles … Started in place of injured Justin Durant on 11/22 vs. BUF and finished with seven tackles … Played 38 snaps at LB on 12/13 vs. MIA and posted eight tackles including one for a loss … Started at LB on 12/17 vs. IND for injured Clint Ingram and tied career-high with 12 tackles (eight solo) … Made starts on 12/27 at NE and 1/3 at CLE to conclude the season.

COLLEGE: Started 43 of 48 games at LB, never missing a game in four seasons … Finished career with 375 tackles, 22 tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks, three forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries … Ranked second in school history in tackles … Led team with 107 tackles and ranked second with 9.5 tackles for loss as a senior … Served as team captain his final two seasons … Started at DE in two games as a senior.

PERSONAL: Married (Ali) with son, Parker … Resides in Jacksonville, Fla. … Attended Vista High (Calif.) and had his jersey retired in the 2010 offseason by the school … Named San Diego County defensive player of the year by the San Diego Union-Tribune, the North County Times and CIF as a senior … Led team to consecutive Division I championship game appearances … Recorded team-high 118 tackles as a senior and was also credited with four sacks, four fumble recoveries and three forced fumbles … Made numerous visits to local detention center in Jacksonville to give his testimony … Weekly visitor to daniel Home and Children’s Home Society … Visited patients at Wolfson Children’s Hospital … Participated in photo shoot to raise money for Boot Campaign, an organization that assists wounded returning combat military … He and his wife visited El Salvador in 2011 offseason to see the children through Compassion International … Twitter handle is @RussellAllen50 ... Full name: Russell David Allen.

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