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  • Tue., May. 13, 2014 6:30PM - 8:30PM EDT Colts In Motion - Messiah Lutheran Bible Study

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Players

Joseph Addai
RB #29
Height:
5-11
Weight:
214
College:
LSU
Experience:
6
Rushing
YearTeamGAttAtt/GYdsAvgYds/GTDLng1st1st%20+40+FUM
TOTAL 78 1,095 14 4,453 4.1 57.1 39 46 256 23.4 9 2 7
2011 IND 12 118 9.8 433 3.7 36.1 1 16 16 13.6 0 0 1
2010 IND 8 116 14.5 495 4.3 61.9 4 46 31 26.7 1 1 2
2009 IND 15 219 14.6 828 3.8 55.2 10 21T 44 20.1 2 0 1
2008 IND 12 155 12.9 544 3.5 45.3 5 23 34 21.9 1 0 1
2007 IND 15 261 17.4 1,072 4.1 71.5 12 23 65 24.9 2 0 0
2006 IND 16 226 14.1 1,081 4.8 67.6 7 41 66 29.2 3 1 2
Receiving
YearTeamGRecYdsAvgYds/GLongTD20+40+1stFUM
TOTAL 78 191 1,448 7.6 18.6 73 9 7 2 71 0
2011 IND 12 15 93 6.2 7.8 12 0 0 0 5 0
2010 IND 8 19 124 6.5 15.5 15 0 0 0 5 0
2009 IND 15 51 336 6.6 22.4 25 3 1 0 17 0
2008 IND 12 25 206 8.2 17.2 55T 2 2 1 9 0
2007 IND 15 41 364 8.9 24.3 73T 3 1 1 15 0
2006 IND 16 40 325 8.1 20.3 21T 1 3 0 20 0
Defensive
YearTeamGTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntTDsYdsAvgLng
TOTAL 78 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0
2011 IND 12 2 2 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
2010 IND 8 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2009 IND 15 1 1 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
2008 IND 12 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2007 IND 15 1 1 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
2006 IND 16 1 1 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
Fumbles
YearTeamGFUMLostFFOWN FROPP FROWN YDSOPP YDSTDOOBSftyTB
TOTAL 78 7 5 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2011 IND 12 1 0 0 1 -- 0 -- 0 0 0 0
2010 IND 8 2 1 -- 1 -- 0 -- 0 0 0 0
2009 IND 15 1 1 0 -- -- -- -- 0 0 0 0
2008 IND 12 1 1 -- -- -- -- -- 0 0 0 0
2007 IND 15 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- 0 -- -- --
2006 IND 16 2 2 0 -- -- -- -- 0 0 0 0
Passing
YearTeamGAttCompPctAtt/GYdsAvgYds/GTDTD%IntInt%Lng20+40+SckSckYRate
TOTAL 78 1 1 100 0 22 22 0.3 1 100 0 -- 22 1 0 1 3 158.3
2011 IND 12 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2010 IND 8 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2009 IND 15 1 1 100 0.1 22 22 1.5 1 100 0 -- 22T 1 0 0 0 158.3
2008 IND 12 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2007 IND 15 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2006 IND 16 0 0 -- -- 0 -- -- 0 -- 0 -- -- 0 0 1 3 --

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CAREER NOTES

2010:  Appeared in eight games, starting seven at RB…was inactive games 7-14…was 116-495, 4 TDs rushing and 19-124 receiving…was 16-63, 2 TDs rushing and 3-19 receiving at Jacksonville 10/3…was seventh career multiple-TD game…was 17-128, 1 TD at Washington 10/17…was third-highest rushing total of career and eighth career 100+ game…46-yard rush in third quarter was career-long…surpassed Randy McMillan (3,876) to move into eighth place in Colts career rushing with 4,020 yards and is eighth Colts player with 4,000+ rushing yards…was 12-45, 1 TD as reserve RB at Oakland 12/26.  POST-SEASON:  Started at RB in Wild Card Playoffs vs. NYJ 1/8 and was 13-60 …surpassed Edgerrin James (157-616) for most career rushing attempts (158) and rushing yards (621) in franchise playoff history.

2009:  Started 15 games at RB…was active but did not play at Buffalo 1/3…was 219-828, 10 TDs rushing and 51-336, 3 TDs receiving…receptions total marked career-high, and posted second-career 10+-TD rushing season, the 14th in franchise history…13 touchdowns ranked T6th in NFL…became first Colts player since RB-Lenny Moore in 1959 to pass, receive and rush for TD in same season…was 14-27, 1 TD rushing and 10-53 receiving at Tennessee 10/11…10 receptions marked career-high…was 20-62 rushing, 2-4 receiving and 1-1-22, 1 TD passing vs. San Francisco 11/1…22t pass to Reggie Wayne in fourth quarter was winning score…was first Colts TD pass by non-quarterback since 2001 (39t, Ken Dilger to Marvin Harrison vs. NYJ 12/23/01)…was 14-63, 1 TD rushing and 5-49, 1 TD receiving vs. Houston 11/8…was fourth career game with TD receiving and rushing….was 10-41, 1 TD rushing and 2-27, 1 TD receiving vs. New England 11/15…was second consecutive game with TD receiving and rushing and fifth such game of career…was 21-79, 2 TDs rushing and 3-17 receiving at Tennessee 12/6…surpassed Eric Dickerson (32, 1987-91) for 7th-most rushing TDs in franchise history…was sixth career multiple-rushing TD game…was 6-40, 1 TD rushing vs. NYJ 12/27…21t was career-long TD run.  POST-SEASON: Started three games at RB…was 40-180, 1 TD rushing and 11-85 receiving…was 11-23 rushing and 3-14 receiving vs. Baltimore 1/16 in Divisional Playoffs…was 16-80 rushing and 1-13 receiving vs. NYJ 1/24 in AFC Championship Game…was 13-77, 1 TD rushing and 7-58 receiving vs. New Orleans 2/7 in Super Bowl XLIV.

2008:  Started 12 games at RB…was inactive at Green Bay 10/19, at Tennessee 10/27 and vs. Detroit 12/14…did not play at Jacksonville 12/18…was 155-544, 5 TDs rushing and 25-206, 2 TDs receiving…was 12-44 rushing vs. Chicago 9/7…was 15-20, 1 TD rushing and 2-13 receiving at Minnesota 9/14…was 16-78, 2 TDs rushing vs. Jacksonville 9/21…was 17-71, 1 TD rushing at Houston 10/5, marking third consecutive game with rushing TD…was 22-105, 1 TD rushing and 4-48, 1 TD receiving vs. Houston 11/16…rushing total was season-high…was seventh career 100+ rushing game and third career game with rushing and receiving TDs…was 16-70 rushing and 7-31 receiving at San Diego 11/23…was 2-55, 1 TD (55t) receiving vs. Tennessee 12/28. POST-SEASON: Started at RB in Wild Card Playoffs at San Diego 1/3 and was 16-44, 1 TD rushing and 4-28 receiving.

2006:  Appeared in 16 games while splitting time with RB-Dominic Rhodes…was 226-1,081, 7 TDs rushing and 40-325, 1 TD receiving…was NFL rookie rushing leader…became 4th Colts rookie rusher with 1,000+ season (1,553, James, 1999; 1,282, Faulk, 1994; 1,104, Rhodes, 2001)…1,406 scrimmage yards marked 3rd-highest rookie total in club history (2,139, James, 1999; 1,804, Faulk, 1994)…266 “touches” ranked as 4th-most by Colts rookie (431, James, 1999; 366, Faulk, 1994; 267, Rhodes, 2001)…had receptions in 15 games and multiple receptions eleven times…had two 100+ rushing games…was 24-171, 4 TDs rushing/2-37 receiving vs. Philadelphia 11/26 to earn AFC Offensive Player-of-the-Week honors…tied Dickerson's club record (10/31/88 vs. Denver) for rushing TDs…set club rookie record and became 8th NFL rookie with four rushing TDs…yardage was 4th-highest rookie rushing total in club history (194, Alan Ameche vs. Chicago 9/25/55; 185, Moore vs. Green Bay 10/28/56; 177, Rhodes vs. Atlanta 12/16/01)…was 7-26 rushing/3-22 receiving at NYG 9/10…was 16-82 rushing/2-22, 1 TD (21t) receiving vs. Houston 9/17…was 20-84, 1 TD (2t) at NYJ 10/1…was 13-62 vs. Tennessee 10/8 and 11-85 vs. Washington 10/22…was 17-93 rushing/5-37 receiving at Denver 10/29…was 18-43, 1 TD at New England 11/5…was 13-78, 1 TD rushing/7-46 receiving vs. Buffalo 11/12…along with effort vs. Philadelphia, earned NFL Offensive Rookie-of-the-Month (November) honors…was 15-100 rushing at Houston 12/24…topped 1,000+ mark at Houston on 201st seasonal attempt, the fewest rushes to reach that plateau in the 19 1,000+ seasons in club history.  POST-SEASON:  Started four games and was 76-294, 2 TDs rushing and 22-118 receiving…set NFL post-season rookie records for receptions (22) and scrimmage yards (412)…was 25-122, 1 TD rushing/7-26 receiving in Wild Card Playoffs vs. Kansas City 1/6…rushing total was 3rd-highest in franchise playoff history (147, Zack Crockett at San Diego 12/31/95; 125, James at Kansas City 1/11/04)…was 18-39 rushing/3-22 receiving in Divisional Playoffs at Baltimore 1/13…was 14-56, 1 TD in AFC Championship Game vs. New England 1/21…rushed for 3t with 1:00 remaining to give Colts 38-34 victory and Super Bowl berth…was 19-77 rushing/10-66 receiving in Super Bowl XLI vs. Chicago 2/4…143 scrimmage yards was 2nd-highest rookie total in Super Bowl history (213, Timmy Smith, Washington, Super Bowl XXII vs. Denver)...set Super Bowl RB reception record…became 5th 1,000+ rookie rusher to play in a Super Bowl (1977, Tony Dorsett, Dallas, Super Bowl XII vs. Denver; 1988, Ickey Woods, Cincinnati, Super Bowl XXIII vs. San Francisco; 1989, Bobby Humphrey, Denver, Super Bowl XXIV vs. San Francisco; 2000, Jamal Lewis, Baltimore, Super Bowl XXXV vs. NYG), and joined Dorsett and Lewis as Super Bowl winners.

HONORS

2007:  Pro Bowl…AFC Offensive Player-of-the-Week (10/28 at Carolina).  2006:  AFC Offensive Player-of-the-Week (11/26 vs. Philadelphia)...NFL Offensive Rookie-of-the-Month (November).

COLLEGE

Four-year letterman who started 19 of 51 career games at RB…was 490-2,576, 18 TDs rushing and 66-641, 6 TDs receiving for career…rushing yards ranked fifth in school history, while carries ranked eighth…had six 100+ rushing games…receptions total ranked fifth in school history among RBs…started 12 of 13 games as senior…was 187-911, 9 TDs rushing and 20-180, 1 TD receiving...ranked third in conference in rushing TDs…scored at least one TD in first five games…had five 100+ rushing games, with four coming in first six games…was 16-109, 2 TDs rushing and 3-34 receiving in season-opener against Arizona State…was 16-84, 1 TD against Tennessee and 17-86, 1 TD against Mississippi State…was 24-102, 1 TD against Vanderbilt…was 32-156, 1 TD rushing and 3-37 receiving against Florida…had game-winning TD on three-yard run, while rushing yardage total marked career-high…was 24-105 rushing and 4-31 receiving in overtime victory against Auburn…suffered ankle injury against North Texas and was 8-26, 1 TD in next three games…was 14-70, 1 TD against Ole Miss…was 24-130, 1 TD in Peach Bowl victory against Miami…also had 4t reception…appeared in 12 games as reserve RB as junior…was 101-680, 3 TDs rushing, 26-294, 4 TDs receiving and 10-17.5 KOR…26 receptions marked seasonal-high, while four receiving TDs were most by LSU RB since 1989 (9, Eddie Fuller)…was 5-65 receiving against Oregon State…was 7-95, 1 TD rushing against Arkansas State…was 5-44 rushing and 3-57 receiving against Georgia…was 10-93 rushing against Florida…was 6-54 rushing in fourth quarter and scored game-winning 10-yard TD reception with less than minute left…was 10-31, 1 TD rushing against Troy…was 14-77 rushing against Vanderbilt…was 12-99, 1 TD (47t) rushing and 3-46, 1 TD (35t) receiving against Alabama…had first career 100+ game with 14-109, including 53-yard run, against Ole Miss…was 6-39 rushing and had two TD receptions (20t, 29t) against Arkansas…was 11-27 rushing and 4-14 receiving against Iowa in Capital One Bowl…started six of 12 games as sophomore…was 114-520, 2 TDs rushing and 14-86, 1 TD receiving…was 15-81 rushing and 2-21, 1 TD receiving in season-opener against Louisiana-Monroe…was 18-86, 2 TDs rushing against Arizona…was 15-65 against Georgia…was 10-39 against Florida…left game with knee injury and missed games against South Carolina and Auburn…was 8-60 rushing against Georgia in SEC Championship Game…was 2-12 receiving against Oklahoma in Sugar Bowl…started one of 12 games as redshirt freshman…started season opener at FB before switching to HB…was 80-438, 4 TDs rushing and 6-81 receiving…was 14-88 against The Citadel…was 11-98, 2 TDs rushing and 2-50 receiving against Louisiana-Lafayette…was 16-56 against Florida…was 10-44, 1 TD against Auburn…was 9-91, 1 TD (63t) against Kentucky…63t marked career long…was 1-5 rushing and 2-14 receiving against Texas in Cotton Bowl…appeared in first two seasonal games against Tulsa and Kentucky before being granted medical redshirt…was 8-27 rushing…holds degree in general studies.

PERSONAL

Full name is Joseph Addai…born in Houston, Texas…attended Sharpstown High School…played QB and was All-America selection by ESPN and Fox Sports…was member of the Houston Chronicle Top 100…was first-team 5A all-state choice…was 37-91-425 passing and 159-1,429, 26 TDs rushing as senior…was 8-47.5 KOR…Addai was first LSU running back to be selected in first round of NFL draft since Harvey Williams in 1991 (21st overall, Kansas City Chiefs)…single…resides in Houston, Texas.
CAREER NOTES

2010:  Appeared in eight games, starting seven at RB…was inactive games 7-14…was 116-495, 4 TDs rushing and 19-124 receiving…was 16-63, 2 TDs rushing and 3-19 receiving at Jacksonville 10/3…was seventh career multiple-TD game…was 17-128, 1 TD at Washington 10/17…was third-highest rushing total of career and eighth career 100+ game…46-yard rush in third quarter was career-long…surpassed Randy McMillan (3,876) to move into eighth place in Colts career rushing with 4,020 yards and is eighth Colts player with 4,000+ rushing yards…was 12-45, 1 TD as reserve RB at Oakland 12/26.  POST-SEASON:  Started at RB in Wild Card Playoffs vs. NYJ 1/8 and was 13-60 …surpassed Edgerrin James (157-616) for most career rushing attempts (158) and rushing yards (621) in franchise playoff history.

2009:  Started 15 games at RB…was active but did not play at Buffalo 1/3…was 219-828, 10 TDs rushing and 51-336, 3 TDs receiving…receptions total marked career-high, and posted second-career 10+-TD rushing season, the 14th in franchise history…13 touchdowns ranked T6th in NFL…became first Colts player since RB-Lenny Moore in 1959 to pass, receive and rush for TD in same season…was 14-27, 1 TD rushing and 10-53 receiving at Tennessee 10/11…10 receptions marked career-high…was 20-62 rushing, 2-4 receiving and 1-1-22, 1 TD passing vs. San Francisco 11/1…22t pass to Reggie Wayne in fourth quarter was winning score…was first Colts TD pass by non-quarterback since 2001 (39t, Ken Dilger to Marvin Harrison vs. NYJ 12/23/01)…was 14-63, 1 TD rushing and 5-49, 1 TD receiving vs. Houston 11/8…was fourth career game with TD receiving and rushing….was 10-41, 1 TD rushing and 2-27, 1 TD receiving vs. New England 11/15…was second consecutive game with TD receiving and rushing and fifth such game of career…was 21-79, 2 TDs rushing and 3-17 receiving at Tennessee 12/6…surpassed Eric Dickerson (32, 1987-91) for 7th-most rushing TDs in franchise history…was sixth career multiple-rushing TD game…was 6-40, 1 TD rushing vs. NYJ 12/27…21t was career-long TD run.  POST-SEASON: Started three games at RB…was 40-180, 1 TD rushing and 11-85 receiving…was 11-23 rushing and 3-14 receiving vs. Baltimore 1/16 in Divisional Playoffs…was 16-80 rushing and 1-13 receiving vs. NYJ 1/24 in AFC Championship Game…was 13-77, 1 TD rushing and 7-58 receiving vs. New Orleans 2/7 in Super Bowl XLIV.

2008:  Started 12 games at RB…was inactive at Green Bay 10/19, at Tennessee 10/27 and vs. Detroit 12/14…did not play at Jacksonville 12/18…was 155-544, 5 TDs rushing and 25-206, 2 TDs receiving…was 12-44 rushing vs. Chicago 9/7…was 15-20, 1 TD rushing and 2-13 receiving at Minnesota 9/14…was 16-78, 2 TDs rushing vs. Jacksonville 9/21…was 17-71, 1 TD rushing at Houston 10/5, marking third consecutive game with rushing TD…was 22-105, 1 TD rushing and 4-48, 1 TD receiving vs. Houston 11/16…rushing total was season-high…was seventh career 100+ rushing game and third career game with rushing and receiving TDs…was 16-70 rushing and 7-31 receiving at San Diego 11/23…was 2-55, 1 TD (55t) receiving vs. Tennessee 12/28. POST-SEASON: Started at RB in Wild Card Playoffs at San Diego 1/3 and was 16-44, 1 TD rushing and 4-28 receiving.

2006:  Appeared in 16 games while splitting time with RB-Dominic Rhodes…was 226-1,081, 7 TDs rushing and 40-325, 1 TD receiving…was NFL rookie rushing leader…became 4th Colts rookie rusher with 1,000+ season (1,553, James, 1999; 1,282, Faulk, 1994; 1,104, Rhodes, 2001)…1,406 scrimmage yards marked 3rd-highest rookie total in club history (2,139, James, 1999; 1,804, Faulk, 1994)…266 “touches” ranked as 4th-most by Colts rookie (431, James, 1999; 366, Faulk, 1994; 267, Rhodes, 2001)…had receptions in 15 games and multiple receptions eleven times…had two 100+ rushing games…was 24-171, 4 TDs rushing/2-37 receiving vs. Philadelphia 11/26 to earn AFC Offensive Player-of-the-Week honors…tied Dickerson's club record (10/31/88 vs. Denver) for rushing TDs…set club rookie record and became 8th NFL rookie with four rushing TDs…yardage was 4th-highest rookie rushing total in club history (194, Alan Ameche vs. Chicago 9/25/55; 185, Moore vs. Green Bay 10/28/56; 177, Rhodes vs. Atlanta 12/16/01)…was 7-26 rushing/3-22 receiving at NYG 9/10…was 16-82 rushing/2-22, 1 TD (21t) receiving vs. Houston 9/17…was 20-84, 1 TD (2t) at NYJ 10/1…was 13-62 vs. Tennessee 10/8 and 11-85 vs. Washington 10/22…was 17-93 rushing/5-37 receiving at Denver 10/29…was 18-43, 1 TD at New England 11/5…was 13-78, 1 TD rushing/7-46 receiving vs. Buffalo 11/12…along with effort vs. Philadelphia, earned NFL Offensive Rookie-of-the-Month (November) honors…was 15-100 rushing at Houston 12/24…topped 1,000+ mark at Houston on 201st seasonal attempt, the fewest rushes to reach that plateau in the 19 1,000+ seasons in club history.  POST-SEASON:  Started four games and was 76-294, 2 TDs rushing and 22-118 receiving…set NFL post-season rookie records for receptions (22) and scrimmage yards (412)…was 25-122, 1 TD rushing/7-26 receiving in Wild Card Playoffs vs. Kansas City 1/6…rushing total was 3rd-highest in franchise playoff history (147, Zack Crockett at San Diego 12/31/95; 125, James at Kansas City 1/11/04)…was 18-39 rushing/3-22 receiving in Divisional Playoffs at Baltimore 1/13…was 14-56, 1 TD in AFC Championship Game vs. New England 1/21…rushed for 3t with 1:00 remaining to give Colts 38-34 victory and Super Bowl berth…was 19-77 rushing/10-66 receiving in Super Bowl XLI vs. Chicago 2/4…143 scrimmage yards was 2nd-highest rookie total in Super Bowl history (213, Timmy Smith, Washington, Super Bowl XXII vs. Denver)...set Super Bowl RB reception record…became 5th 1,000+ rookie rusher to play in a Super Bowl (1977, Tony Dorsett, Dallas, Super Bowl XII vs. Denver; 1988, Ickey Woods, Cincinnati, Super Bowl XXIII vs. San Francisco; 1989, Bobby Humphrey, Denver, Super Bowl XXIV vs. San Francisco; 2000, Jamal Lewis, Baltimore, Super Bowl XXXV vs. NYG), and joined Dorsett and Lewis as Super Bowl winners.

HONORS

2007:  Pro Bowl…AFC Offensive Player-of-the-Week (10/28 at Carolina).  2006:  AFC Offensive Player-of-the-Week (11/26 vs. Philadelphia)...NFL Offensive Rookie-of-the-Month (November).

COLLEGE

Four-year letterman who started 19 of 51 career games at RB…was 490-2,576, 18 TDs rushing and 66-641, 6 TDs receiving for career…rushing yards ranked fifth in school history, while carries ranked eighth…had six 100+ rushing games…receptions total ranked fifth in school history among RBs…started 12 of 13 games as senior…was 187-911, 9 TDs rushing and 20-180, 1 TD receiving...ranked third in conference in rushing TDs…scored at least one TD in first five games…had five 100+ rushing games, with four coming in first six games…was 16-109, 2 TDs rushing and 3-34 receiving in season-opener against Arizona State…was 16-84, 1 TD against Tennessee and 17-86, 1 TD against Mississippi State…was 24-102, 1 TD against Vanderbilt…was 32-156, 1 TD rushing and 3-37 receiving against Florida…had game-winning TD on three-yard run, while rushing yardage total marked career-high…was 24-105 rushing and 4-31 receiving in overtime victory against Auburn…suffered ankle injury against North Texas and was 8-26, 1 TD in next three games…was 14-70, 1 TD against Ole Miss…was 24-130, 1 TD in Peach Bowl victory against Miami…also had 4t reception…appeared in 12 games as reserve RB as junior…was 101-680, 3 TDs rushing, 26-294, 4 TDs receiving and 10-17.5 KOR…26 receptions marked seasonal-high, while four receiving TDs were most by LSU RB since 1989 (9, Eddie Fuller)…was 5-65 receiving against Oregon State…was 7-95, 1 TD rushing against Arkansas State…was 5-44 rushing and 3-57 receiving against Georgia…was 10-93 rushing against Florida…was 6-54 rushing in fourth quarter and scored game-winning 10-yard TD reception with less than minute left…was 10-31, 1 TD rushing against Troy…was 14-77 rushing against Vanderbilt…was 12-99, 1 TD (47t) rushing and 3-46, 1 TD (35t) receiving against Alabama…had first career 100+ game with 14-109, including 53-yard run, against Ole Miss…was 6-39 rushing and had two TD receptions (20t, 29t) against Arkansas…was 11-27 rushing and 4-14 receiving against Iowa in Capital One Bowl…started six of 12 games as sophomore…was 114-520, 2 TDs rushing and 14-86, 1 TD receiving…was 15-81 rushing and 2-21, 1 TD receiving in season-opener against Louisiana-Monroe…was 18-86, 2 TDs rushing against Arizona…was 15-65 against Georgia…was 10-39 against Florida…left game with knee injury and missed games against South Carolina and Auburn…was 8-60 rushing against Georgia in SEC Championship Game…was 2-12 receiving against Oklahoma in Sugar Bowl…started one of 12 games as redshirt freshman…started season opener at FB before switching to HB…was 80-438, 4 TDs rushing and 6-81 receiving…was 14-88 against The Citadel…was 11-98, 2 TDs rushing and 2-50 receiving against Louisiana-Lafayette…was 16-56 against Florida…was 10-44, 1 TD against Auburn…was 9-91, 1 TD (63t) against Kentucky…63t marked career long…was 1-5 rushing and 2-14 receiving against Texas in Cotton Bowl…appeared in first two seasonal games against Tulsa and Kentucky before being granted medical redshirt…was 8-27 rushing…holds degree in general studies.

PERSONAL

Full name is Joseph Addai…born in Houston, Texas…attended Sharpstown High School…played QB and was All-America selection by ESPN and Fox Sports…was member of the Houston Chronicle Top 100…was first-team 5A all-state choice…was 37-91-425 passing and 159-1,429, 26 TDs rushing as senior…was 8-47.5 KOR…Addai was first LSU running back to be selected in first round of NFL draft since Harvey Williams in 1991 (21st overall, Kansas City Chiefs)…single…resides in Houston, Texas.