A.J. Hawk (Packers Alum #50)
Official Memorabilia from former Packers Linebacker A.J. Hawk.
As of October 31, 2010 (Week 8 of the 2010–11 season), Hawk has recorded 466 total tackles, 334 solo tackles and 132 assist tackles. In 72 games, he has averaged 6.7 total tackles, 4.8 solo tackles and 1.9 assist tackles per game. He also has 8.5 sacks, 7 interceptions and 116 yards after interception. Hawk's 466 total tackles rank 14th amongst linebackers since he entered the league in the 2006–07 season.
- Has either led the team or finished second in tackles in each of his five seasons in Green Bay.
- Hasn’t missed a game in his career, playing in all 80 contests with 77 starts. The only two non-starts came in both Minnesota games in ’09 and the season opener in 2010 at Philadelphia when Packers opened in their nickel defense.
- Tied for No. 1 among NFL linebackers in 2010 with a career-high three interceptions, and is tied for No. 1 with five interceptions over the past two seasons.
- Led the team in tackles as a rookie in 2006 with 155, second most ever recorded by a Green Bay rookie (Rich Wingo, 166 in 1979). His 112 solo stops were third best in the NFL among all players that year.
- Finished third in NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year voting and earned a spot on the Pro Football Weekly/Pro Football Writers Association All-Rookie Team.
- First linebacker drafted in the top five of the NFL Draft since Washington chose LaVar Arrington No. 2 overall in 2000.
- A consensus All-American both as a junior (2004) and senior (2005), earned first-team All-Big Ten honors in each of his three seasons as a starter. Also captured the 2005 Lombardi Award, given annually to the nation’s top lineman or linebacker.
- Nicknamed “A.J.” by his parents, fans of legendary Indy car driver A.J. Foyt.
- Grew his hair long in 2005 as a tribute to the late Pat Tillman, the former NFL player who lost his life with the U.S. Army while serving in Afghanistan.
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