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42. Rob Meier

Rob Meier was the league’s number one draft pick…of the Canadian Football League.

The native of Vancouver never played in the CFL, but he did join Jacksonville of the NFL, who drafted him with their seventh round pick in 2000.  While Meier did not start that many games (49), he appeared in 138 over nine seasons, making him one of the few players to have this length of tenure with the Jaguars.  He could (and did) play at Defensive End or Defensive Tackle, and his entire NFL career was as a Jag.

He secured 21.5 Quarterback Sacks over his career.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Defensive End, Defensive Tackle
  • Acquired: Selected in the 7th Round, 241st Overall in the NFL Draft 4/16/00.
  • Departed: Retired after the 2008 Season
  • Games Played: 59
  • Notable Statistics:

    53 Games Started

    3 Forced Fumbles

    3 Fumble Recoveries

    21.5 Quarterback Sacks

    232 Combined Tackles

    187 Solo Tackles

    45 Assisted Tackles

    48 Tackles for Loss

    36 Approximate Value
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