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Jeromey Clary
G-T #66
Height:
6-6
Weight:
320
Age:
30
College:
Kansas State
Hometown:
Mansfield, Tex.
Experience:
8
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 103 93
2013 SD 15 15
2012 SD 14 14
2011 SD 16 16
2010 SD 16 16
2009 SD 10 10
2008 SD 16 16
2007 SD 16 6
2006 SD 0 0

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Bio

Jeromey Clary is an unselfish player willing to do whatever it takes and make whatever sacrifices necessary to help his team win. The unsung Clary switched from tackle to guard in 2013 and had potentially his finest professional season.

In 2013, Clary’s team-first attitude came to the forefront when he surrendered the right tackle position he’d manned since 2007 to slide inside and play right guard, all the while, helping groom the Chargers’ right tackle of the future and its 2013 first-round draft pick, rookie D.J. Fluker. And when injuries depleted the offensive line forcing Fluker to start three late-season games at left tackle, Clary quietly re-assumed his right tackle spot in Fluker’s stead, before returning to right guard for the Bolts’ late-season push to the playoffs.

Clary is the second-longest tenured player on the Chargers’ offensive line and he’s as tough as they come. Since 2007, he’s missed only nine regular-season games, including one in 2013 when he spent most of the season playing with a badly-injured shoulder. Unfortunately the shoulder flared up again in January and it kept him out of the lineup for the Bolts’ Jan. 12 divisional playoff game in Denver. Clary’s toughness and tenacity led teammates to select him as their winner of the 2010 Ed Block Courage Award. Back then, Clary overcame a serious 2009 ankle injury that required surgery, yet he came back and played every snap during the 2010 and ’11 seasons. In July 2011, recognizing the value he brought to the offensive line and to the team, the Chargers rewarded him with a new four-year contract.

Clary became a starter late in 2007. A reserve most of the year, the coaches 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, scored eight touchdowns and went 5-0. His ascension into the starting lineup helped the Bolts capture the AFC West title en route to a berth in the AFC Championship Game.

Clary has spent the better part of the last six full seasons in the Chargers’ starting-11. During that time, the Bolts have averaged 1,708 rushing yards per season and scored 77 touchdowns on the ground. Clary and his mates along the line also have given Philip Rivers time to pass for more than 3,500 yards and 25 touchdowns in each of those six seasons.

Clary and his wife, Breanna, have two sons, Cannon and JJ.

Clary likes country music. His favorite artist is The Zac Brown Band. His hobbies include golf and spending time with his family at San Diego’s beaches and amusement parks.

TRANSACTION HISTORY: Sixth-round pick by Chargers (187), April 30, 2006...signed July 25, 2006...waived Sept. 2, 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 July 30, 2011.

2013: Started Games 1-3 and 5-9 at right guard...inactive Sept. 29 vs. Dallas (shoulder)...started at right tackle Nov. 17 at Miami, Nov. 24 at Kansas City and Dec. 1 vs. Cincinnati...played in 100th-career game Dec. 8 vs. New York Giants...returned to right guard for final four games when Chargers went 4-0 and Jan. 5 wild card playoff win at Cincinnati...inactive for Jan. 12 divisional playoffs at Denver after re-injuring shoulder.

2012: Helped Chargers rush for season-high 148 yards and two touchdowns in Sept. 16 win over Tennessee...injured knee on third play of Cincinnati game Dec. 2 and inactive for games Dec. 9 at Pittsburgh and Dec. 16 vs. Carolina... returned to starting lineup for Dec. 23 win at New York Jets.

2011: Joined Nick Hardwick as only linemen to start all 16 games...pitched in toward season-high 206-yard rushing day Oct. 9 at Denver...part of offensive line that earned Madden Protectors Award after not allowing any sacks in 26 pass plays and helping to block for 153 rush yards and touchdown in season-ending win at Oakland.

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: First-career 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… 2006 East-West Shrine Game invitee…three-time (2003-05) Academic All-Big 12…K-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, and team’s Outstanding Offensive Lineman... played at Kansas State from 2002-05…psychology degree.

PERSONAL: Born in Norfolk, Neb.…all-region, all-area, all-district and academic all-state at Mansfield (Texas) High… Offensive MVP as senior...Coca-Cola All-Star Game invitee.

Jeromey Clary is an unselfish player willing to do whatever it takes and make whatever sacrifices necessary to help his team win. The unsung Clary switched from tackle to guard in 2013 and had potentially his finest professional season.

In 2013, Clary’s team-first attitude came to the forefront when he surrendered the right tackle position he’d manned since 2007 to slide inside and play right guard, all the while, helping groom the Chargers’ right tackle of the future and its 2013 first-round draft pick, rookie D.J. Fluker. And when injuries depleted the offensive line forcing Fluker to start three late-season games at left tackle, Clary quietly re-assumed his right tackle spot in Fluker’s stead, before returning to right guard for the Bolts’ late-season push to the playoffs.

Clary is the second-longest tenured player on the Chargers’ offensive line and he’s as tough as they come. Since 2007, he’s missed only nine regular-season games, including one in 2013 when he spent most of the season playing with a badly-injured shoulder. Unfortunately the shoulder flared up again in January and it kept him out of the lineup for the Bolts’ Jan. 12 divisional playoff game in Denver. Clary’s toughness and tenacity led teammates to select him as their winner of the 2010 Ed Block Courage Award. Back then, Clary overcame a serious 2009 ankle injury that required surgery, yet he came back and played every snap during the 2010 and ’11 seasons. In July 2011, recognizing the value he brought to the offensive line and to the team, the Chargers rewarded him with a new four-year contract.

Clary became a starter late in 2007. A reserve most of the year, the coaches 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, scored eight touchdowns and went 5-0. His ascension into the starting lineup helped the Bolts capture the AFC West title en route to a berth in the AFC Championship Game.

Clary has spent the better part of the last six full seasons in the Chargers’ starting-11. During that time, the Bolts have averaged 1,708 rushing yards per season and scored 77 touchdowns on the ground. Clary and his mates along the line also have given Philip Rivers time to pass for more than 3,500 yards and 25 touchdowns in each of those six seasons.

Clary and his wife, Breanna, have two sons, Cannon and JJ.

Clary likes country music. His favorite artist is The Zac Brown Band. His hobbies include golf and spending time with his family at San Diego’s beaches and amusement parks.

TRANSACTION HISTORY: Sixth-round pick by Chargers (187), April 30, 2006...signed July 25, 2006...waived Sept. 2, 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 July 30, 2011.

2013: Started Games 1-3 and 5-9 at right guard...inactive Sept. 29 vs. Dallas (shoulder)...started at right tackle Nov. 17 at Miami, Nov. 24 at Kansas City and Dec. 1 vs. Cincinnati...played in 100th-career game Dec. 8 vs. New York Giants...returned to right guard for final four games when Chargers went 4-0 and Jan. 5 wild card playoff win at Cincinnati...inactive for Jan. 12 divisional playoffs at Denver after re-injuring shoulder.

2012: Helped Chargers rush for season-high 148 yards and two touchdowns in Sept. 16 win over Tennessee...injured knee on third play of Cincinnati game Dec. 2 and inactive for games Dec. 9 at Pittsburgh and Dec. 16 vs. Carolina... returned to starting lineup for Dec. 23 win at New York Jets.

2011: Joined Nick Hardwick as only linemen to start all 16 games...pitched in toward season-high 206-yard rushing day Oct. 9 at Denver...part of offensive line that earned Madden Protectors Award after not allowing any sacks in 26 pass plays and helping to block for 153 rush yards and touchdown in season-ending win at Oakland.

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: First-career 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… 2006 East-West Shrine Game invitee…three-time (2003-05) Academic All-Big 12…K-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, and team’s Outstanding Offensive Lineman... played at Kansas State from 2002-05…psychology degree.

PERSONAL: Born in Norfolk, Neb.…all-region, all-area, all-district and academic all-state at Mansfield (Texas) High… Offensive MVP as senior...Coca-Cola All-Star Game invitee.

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