Players

Jacob Tamme
TE #84
Height:
6-3
Weight:
236
College:
Kentucky
Experience:
4
Receiving
YearTeamGRecYdsAvgYds/GLongTD20+40+1stFUM
TOTAL 99 169 1,641 9.7 16.6 36 10 15 0 94 0
2014 DEN 7 5 47 9.4 6.7 26T 2 1 0 3 0
2013 DEN 16 20 184 9.2 11.5 15 1 0 0 14 0
2012 DEN 16 52 555 10.7 34.7 36 2 6 0 29 0
2011 IND 16 19 177 9.3 11.1 29 1 2 0 10 0
2010 IND 16 67 631 9.4 39.4 30 4 5 0 35 0
2009 IND 16 3 35 11.7 2.2 21 0 1 0 2 0
2008 IND 12 3 12 4 1 6 0 0 0 1 0
Kick Return
YearTeamGRetYdsAvgLngTD20+40+FCFUM
TOTAL 99 2 11 5.5 11 0 0 0 0 0
2014 DEN 7 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2013 DEN 16 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2012 DEN 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2011 IND 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2010 IND 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2009 IND 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2008 IND 12 1 11 11 11 0 0 0 0 0
Defensive
YearTeamGTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntTDsYdsAvgLng
TOTAL 99 43 37 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0
2014 DEN 7 3 3 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
2013 DEN 16 11 9 2 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
2012 DEN 16 4 4 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
2011 IND 16 5 5 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
2010 IND 16 8 7 1 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
2009 IND 16 9 7 2 0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2008 IND 12 3 2 1 0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --

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CAREER NOTES

2010:  Appeared in 16 games, starting eight, six at TE and two at H-B…started vs. Houston 11/1 and in final seven games…was 67-631, 4 TDs receiving…had five special teams tackles…led all NFL receivers with 67 receptions over final 10 games after replacing injured TE-Dallas Clark…had third-most seasonal receptions by Colts TE (100, Clark, 2009; 77, Clark, 2008)…was 6-64, 1 TD vs. Houston in start at H-B…was 11-108, 1 TD at Philadelphia…receptions tied for third-most in single-game by TE in franchise history and joined Clark as only Colts TEs with 10+ outing…was 7-73 vs. Cincinnati 11/14 and 7-60 at New England 11/21…was 7-64, 1 TD vs. San Diego 11/28 and 4-47 vs. Dallas 12/5…was 7-34 vs. Jacksonville 12/19…started at H-B and was 7-78, 1 TD at Oakland 12/26…was 7-67 vs. Tennessee 1/2.  POST-SEASON:  Started at TE in Wild Card Playoffs vs. NYJ 1/8 and was 5-46 receiving.

2009:  Appeared in 16 games, starting one at TE at Buffalo 1/3…was 3-35 receiving…also had 13 special teams tackles…was 1-6 vs. Jacksonville 9/13…was 1-8 and had career-high three special teams tackles at Jacksonville 12/17…had two special teams tackles vs. Seattle 10/4 and at St. Louis 10/25…was 1-21 and had one special teams tackle in start at Buffalo.  POST-SEASON:  Saw action on special teams vs. Baltimore 1/16 in Divisional Playoffs, vs. NYJ 1/24 in AFC Championship Game and vs. New Orleans 2/7 in Super Bowl XLIV…had three special teams tackles…had two special teams tackles vs. NYJ and one stop vs. New Orleans.

2008:  Appeared in 12 games as reserve TE and special teamer…was inactive at Minnesota 9/14, vs. Jacksonville 9/21, at Houston 10/5 and at Tennessee 10/27…was 3-12 receiving and had two solo special teams tackles…was 1-6 vs. Chicago 9/7 and 2-6 vs. Tennessee 12/28…was 1-11 KOR at Cleveland 11/30.  POST-SEASON: Saw action on special teams in Wild Card Playoffs at San Diego 1/3.

COLLEGE

Four-year letterwinner and three-year starter who opened 37 of 48 career games…was 133-1,417, 11 TDs receiving…133 receptions ranks 1st in school history and 2nd in SEC history among TEs, while receptions total ranks 5th overall in school history...also holds school record for receiving yards among TEs…started 13 games at TE as senior…was consensus All-SEC First-Team choice, becoming first TE in school history to earn honor twice in career…was 56-619, 6 TDs receiving, all career-best totals…had at least one reception in every game…was 9-104, 1 TD vs. Tennessee and 6-68, 1 TD vs. Florida…was named SEC Scholar-Athlete-of-the-Year by league’s coaches…also was recipient of National Scholar-Athlete Award from National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame…won Bobby Bowden Award from Fellowship of Christian Athletes, a national honor recognizing a faith-based life and excellence in academics, community service and football…was 2007 Draddy Award finalist, recognizing an individual for combined academic success, football performance and exemplary community leadership…was voted Most Inspirational Offensive Player by teammates…selected to National Good Works Team and SEC Community Service Team…was Academic All-America choice by the College Sports Information Directors of America and three-time ESPN/COSIDA Academic all-district selection…was four-time member of SEC Academic Honor Roll…started 10 of 13 games at TE as junior…was 32-386, 2 TDs receiving to earn First-Team All-SEC honors…was 7-120 at Tennessee…started 10 of 11 games at TE as sophomore…was 29-251, 1 TD receiving and had two blocked punts on special teams…started four of 11 games as freshman…started three of 10 games at WR and was 4-55, 2 TDs in first career start at TE at Tennessee…was redshirted in 2003…graduated with degree in integrated strategic communications in three years.

PERSONAL

Full name is Jacob Francis Tamme…born in Danville, Ky.…attended Boyle County High School…was WR and DB…totaled 97-1,866, 32 TDs as WR and had 23 interceptions and two TDs on defense for career…also was 25-15.8, 2 TDs PR...team won four consecutive state titles, earning 58-2 record during career…was named MVP of championship game as junior and senior…was 46-797, 13 TDs and First-Team all-state selection as senior…All-Southeast Region choice was finalist for Kentucky “Mr. Football” honors…was shortstop on baseball team and batted .475 as junior…played in East-West All-Star game for juniors…also was all-region choice in basketball…he and his wife, Allison, reside in Danville, Ky.
CAREER NOTES

2010:  Appeared in 16 games, starting eight, six at TE and two at H-B…started vs. Houston 11/1 and in final seven games…was 67-631, 4 TDs receiving…had five special teams tackles…led all NFL receivers with 67 receptions over final 10 games after replacing injured TE-Dallas Clark…had third-most seasonal receptions by Colts TE (100, Clark, 2009; 77, Clark, 2008)…was 6-64, 1 TD vs. Houston in start at H-B…was 11-108, 1 TD at Philadelphia…receptions tied for third-most in single-game by TE in franchise history and joined Clark as only Colts TEs with 10+ outing…was 7-73 vs. Cincinnati 11/14 and 7-60 at New England 11/21…was 7-64, 1 TD vs. San Diego 11/28 and 4-47 vs. Dallas 12/5…was 7-34 vs. Jacksonville 12/19…started at H-B and was 7-78, 1 TD at Oakland 12/26…was 7-67 vs. Tennessee 1/2.  POST-SEASON:  Started at TE in Wild Card Playoffs vs. NYJ 1/8 and was 5-46 receiving.

2009:  Appeared in 16 games, starting one at TE at Buffalo 1/3…was 3-35 receiving…also had 13 special teams tackles…was 1-6 vs. Jacksonville 9/13…was 1-8 and had career-high three special teams tackles at Jacksonville 12/17…had two special teams tackles vs. Seattle 10/4 and at St. Louis 10/25…was 1-21 and had one special teams tackle in start at Buffalo.  POST-SEASON:  Saw action on special teams vs. Baltimore 1/16 in Divisional Playoffs, vs. NYJ 1/24 in AFC Championship Game and vs. New Orleans 2/7 in Super Bowl XLIV…had three special teams tackles…had two special teams tackles vs. NYJ and one stop vs. New Orleans.

2008:  Appeared in 12 games as reserve TE and special teamer…was inactive at Minnesota 9/14, vs. Jacksonville 9/21, at Houston 10/5 and at Tennessee 10/27…was 3-12 receiving and had two solo special teams tackles…was 1-6 vs. Chicago 9/7 and 2-6 vs. Tennessee 12/28…was 1-11 KOR at Cleveland 11/30.  POST-SEASON: Saw action on special teams in Wild Card Playoffs at San Diego 1/3.

COLLEGE

Four-year letterwinner and three-year starter who opened 37 of 48 career games…was 133-1,417, 11 TDs receiving…133 receptions ranks 1st in school history and 2nd in SEC history among TEs, while receptions total ranks 5th overall in school history...also holds school record for receiving yards among TEs…started 13 games at TE as senior…was consensus All-SEC First-Team choice, becoming first TE in school history to earn honor twice in career…was 56-619, 6 TDs receiving, all career-best totals…had at least one reception in every game…was 9-104, 1 TD vs. Tennessee and 6-68, 1 TD vs. Florida…was named SEC Scholar-Athlete-of-the-Year by league’s coaches…also was recipient of National Scholar-Athlete Award from National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame…won Bobby Bowden Award from Fellowship of Christian Athletes, a national honor recognizing a faith-based life and excellence in academics, community service and football…was 2007 Draddy Award finalist, recognizing an individual for combined academic success, football performance and exemplary community leadership…was voted Most Inspirational Offensive Player by teammates…selected to National Good Works Team and SEC Community Service Team…was Academic All-America choice by the College Sports Information Directors of America and three-time ESPN/COSIDA Academic all-district selection…was four-time member of SEC Academic Honor Roll…started 10 of 13 games at TE as junior…was 32-386, 2 TDs receiving to earn First-Team All-SEC honors…was 7-120 at Tennessee…started 10 of 11 games at TE as sophomore…was 29-251, 1 TD receiving and had two blocked punts on special teams…started four of 11 games as freshman…started three of 10 games at WR and was 4-55, 2 TDs in first career start at TE at Tennessee…was redshirted in 2003…graduated with degree in integrated strategic communications in three years.

PERSONAL

Full name is Jacob Francis Tamme…born in Danville, Ky.…attended Boyle County High School…was WR and DB…totaled 97-1,866, 32 TDs as WR and had 23 interceptions and two TDs on defense for career…also was 25-15.8, 2 TDs PR...team won four consecutive state titles, earning 58-2 record during career…was named MVP of championship game as junior and senior…was 46-797, 13 TDs and First-Team all-state selection as senior…All-Southeast Region choice was finalist for Kentucky “Mr. Football” honors…was shortstop on baseball team and batted .475 as junior…played in East-West All-Star game for juniors…also was all-region choice in basketball…he and his wife, Allison, reside in Danville, Ky.