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Lawrence Timmons
LB #94
Height:
6-1
Weight:
234
Age:
28
College:
Florida State
Experience:
8

Quick Stats (2014):

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18
SCK
0.0
FF
0
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Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
GGSTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
TOTAL 634 446 188 26.0 0 31 9 200 -- 89 1 11 7
2014 PIT 2 2 18 11 7 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
2013 PIT 16 16 126 86 40 3.0 -- 5 2 26 13 23 0 1 1
2012 PIT 16 16 106 75 31 6.0 0 5 3 80 26.7 53 1 2 1
2011 PIT 16 16 93 68 25 2.0 -- 5 1 0 -- 0 0 1 --
2010 PIT 16 15 135 96 39 3.0 -- 9 2 5 2.5 5 0 2 2
2009 PIT 14 13 78 56 22 7.0 -- 4 -- -- -- -- -- 4 --
2008 PIT 16 2 65 43 22 5.0 -- 3 1 89 89 89 0 1 1
2007 PIT 16 0 13 11 2 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 2
Recent Games
WKOppResultTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
TotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
1 CLE W 30-27 6 4 2 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
2 @BAL L 6-26 12 7 5 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --

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Biography

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PRO (110-78/8-4): Lawrence Timmons Signed a six-year contract extension on August 23, 2011 to keep him with the team through the 2016 season…originally drafted by the Steelers in the first round (15th overall) of the 2007 NFL Draft.

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

  • §  Recorded over 100 tackles in three of the last four seasons, including leading the team with a career-high 155 tackles in 2013 (149 in 2010 and 134 in 2012).

 

  • §  Registered at least 10 tackles in 25 career games, including eight times in 2013.

 

  • §  In 2012, he became the first linebacker since Joey Porter (2002) to lead the team or tie for the team lead in tackles, interceptions and sacks in the same season.

 

  • §  Named a Sports Illustrated All-Pro twice (2010 and 2012).

 

  • §  Named to Pro Football Weekly’s Midseason All-Pro Team in 2010.

 

  • §  Earned AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors (Week 6) in 2010.

 

  • §  Has only missed two games in his entire career (2009) and enters the 2014 season leading the Steelers with 53 consecutive regular-season starts.

 

PRO (110-78/8-4): Lawrence Timmons Signed a six-year contract extension on August 23, 2011 to keep him with the team through the 2016 season…originally drafted by the Steelers in the first round (15th overall) of the 2007 NFL Draft.

2013 (16-16): Started at ILB for all 16 games…led the linebackers in tackles or finished second among linebackers in tackles in every game…led the team or tied for the team lead in tackles six times (10/20 vs. Baltimore, 10/27 at Oakland, 11/24 at Cleveland, 12/15 vs. Cincinnati, 12/22 at Green Bay and 12/29 vs. Cleveland).

  • 9/8 vs. Tennessee: Led the linebackers with 11 tackles.
  • 9/22 vs. Chicago: Led the linebackers for the third straight week in tackles (10).
  • 10/13 at N.Y. Jets: On a play where LB Jarvis Jones pressured QB Geno Smith, he picked off Smith’s pass at the Steelers’ three-yard line and returned it 26 yards…marked his eighth career interception…led the linebackers with 10 tackles…for the first time since the 2010 season, recorded double-digit tackles in three of the first five games.
  • 10/20 vs. Baltimore: Recorded a career-high 20 tackles, breaking his previous mark of 17 set in 2012 (12/9/12 vs. San Diego).
  • 10/27 at Oakland: Forced a fumble of WR Jacoby Ford in the fourth quarter that was recovered by DE Brett Keisel…the Steelers scored a touchdown on the ensuing drive…marked his 10th career forced fumble…became the 10th player in team history with at least 10 career forced fumbles…had a team-high 12 tackles.
  • 11/10 vs. Buffalo: Sacked QB E.J. Manuel for a loss of four yards in the third quarter…led the linebackers with nine tackles.
  • 11/24 at Cleveland: Led the team with seven tackles.
  • 11/28 at Baltimore: Tied for the team lead with nine tackles.
  • 12/15 vs. Cincinnati: Led the team with 10 tackles.
  • 12/22 at Green Bay: Tied for the team lead with 10 tackles.
  • 12/29 vs. Cleveland: Led the team with 12 tackles…picked off QB Jason Campbell with one minute remaining in the fourth quarter…marked his second interception of the season and ninth in his career.  

2012 (16-16): Lawrence Timmons started all 16 contests at RILB…named a Sports Illustrated All-Pro…led the team in tackles (134), interceptions (3) and tied for the team lead in sacks (6.0)…became the first linebacker since Joey Porter to either lead the team or tie for the team lead in tackles, interceptions and sacks…led or tied for the team lead in tackles in nine games, including five of the final seven…registered at least 10 tackles in five games…recorded a career-high 17 tackles in Week 14 vs. San Diego, which were the most tackles by a Steeler since 2006…recorded the first defensive touchdown of his career, a 53-yard interception return at Cleveland in Week 12…registered at least one sack in three straight games for the first time in his career, and registered two sacks in each of the final two games for the first time in his career…9/16 vs. N.Y. Jets: Finished second on the team with six tackles…9/23 at Oakland: Led the team with nine tackles…10/7 vs. Philadelphia: Tied the team and game high with two tackles for a loss…forced a fumble on QB Michael Vick that was recovered by LB Larry Foote at the Eagles’ 34-yard line…marked his first forced fumble of the season, the eighth of his career and first since 1/2/11 at Cleveland…10/11 at Tennessee: Intercepted QB Matt Hasselbeck in the fourth quarter and returned it four yards to the Tennessee 48-yard line, which set up a Steelers field goal…marked his fifth career interception and first of the season…10/21 at Cincinnati: Had a team-high 10 tackles…10/28 vs. Washington: Led the linebackers with three QB pressures…11/4 at N.Y. Giants: Tied LB Larry Foote (7) for the team lead in tackles for linebackers…registered an 11-yard sack on QB Eli Manning on third down to force a punt early in the fourth quarter…marked his 18th career sack in the regular season…11/12 vs. Kansas City: Intercepted QB Matt Cassel on a second-and-six and returned it 23 yards to the Chiefs’ five-yard line on the Chiefs’ second play in overtime to set up K Shaun Suisham’s game-winning kick…marked his sixth career interception in the regular season and second of the season…11/18 vs. Baltimore: Tied for the team-high with 10 tackles…was part of a defense that held the Ravens to 3-of-14 on third downs…11/25 at Cleveland: On the first drive of the game, intercepted QB Brandon Weeden’s pass off DE Brett Keisel’s deflection and returned it 53 yards for a touchdown…now has a career-high three interceptions on the season…tied for the team high with 13 tackles with S Ryan Clark…marked the first time he recorded 10+ tackles in back-to-back weeks since 2010 (Weeks 1-4, 6)…12/2 at Baltimore: Led the linebackers with eight tackles and two QB pressures…was part of a defense that held the Ravens to 3-of-11 (27%) on third downs...12/9 vs. San Diego: Recorded a career-high 17 tackles…marked the most tackles by a Steelers player since LB James Farrior had 17 on December 3, 2006 vs. Tampa Bay…12/16 at Dallas: Registered a sack on QB Tony Romo for a 13-yard loss in the third quarter, giving him two sacks on the season and 19.0 for his career…led the linebackers with seven tackles…12/23 vs. Cincinnati: Led the team with 10 tackles…registered two sacks on QB Andy Dalton, marking his fifth career game with at least two sacks, and first since 10/17/10 vs. Cleveland…marked his second career two-sack game against the Bengals (10/19/08 at Cincinnati)…marked the fourth time he registered at least one sack in back-to-back weeks, and the first time since Weeks 16-17 of the 2011 season…12/30 vs. Cleveland: Recorded two sacks on consecutive plays with less than two minutes remaining in the game…the first was an eight-yard loss on a third-and-one…the second was a sack and forced fumble…marked his second forced fumble of the season and ninth of his career…tied for the team lead with six sacks on the season, which are the second-most sacks he recorded in any regular season...registered two or more sacks in back-to-back games for the first time in his career.

2011 (16-16/1-1): Started all 16 games at LB for the first time in his career, including the lone postseason contest…started 12 games at RILB and four at ROLB in place of injured LB James Harrison (Weeks 5-8)…named a Pro Bowl alternate...finished third on the team with 91 tackles…had two sacks, one interception and six pass breakups…added five special teams tackles…had six tackles in the Wild Card Game at Denver...9/11 at Baltimore: Had a team-high 10 tackles…9/18 vs. Seattle: Recorded seven tackles…was part of a defense that held the Seahawks to 164 total yards and had five sacks…9/25 at Indianapolis: Registered four tackles and one QB pressure…added two pass breakups…10/9 vs. Tennessee: Made his 35th career start, replacing injured LB James Harrison at ROLB…had five tackles and one pass breakup…was part of a defense that held the Titans to 66 yards rushing…10/23 at Arizona: Recorded four tackles and two QB pressures…10/30 vs. New England: Played in his 70th career game, starting his fourth consecutive game in place of the injured Harrison at ROLB…had two tackles…was part of a defense that held the Patriots to 43 yards rushing and 213 total yards…11/6 vs. Baltimore: Started at RILB…had two tackles and one QB pressure…11/13 at Cincinnati: Recorded his first interception of the season early in the fourth quarter…added five tackles and one special teams tackle…11/27 at Kansas City: Totaled 10 tackles…added one special teams tackle…12/4 vs. Cincinnati: Finished with six tackles…added one special teams tackle…12/8 vs. Cleveland: Tallied 10 tackles and one QB pressure…was part of a defense that held the Browns to three points…12/24 vs. St. Louis: Recorded a team-high nine tackles, one QB pressure and one pass breakup…recorded his first sack of the season for minus-11 yards…added one special teams tackle…1/1 at Cleveland: Started at RILB…had five tackles and one pass breakup…recorded his second sack of the season for minus-two yards…marked the third time in his career he registered at least one sack in back-to-back games (games 5-6 and 10-11 in 2009)…added one special teams tackle…forced his first career fumble on special teams…AFC Wild Card Game 1/8 at Denver: Started at RILB…had six tackles and one QB pressure.     

2010 (16-15/3-3): Saw action at LB in all 16 regular-season games, starting 15 of them…named AFC Defensive Player of the Week for his Week 6 performance against Cleveland...named to Pro Football Weekly’s Midseason All-Pro Team and a Sports Illustrated All-Pro…led the team with 149 tackles...had three sacks, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and had seven pass breakups…added four special teams tackles…was part of a defense that held its opponents to an NFL-best and Steelers’ team-record 62.8 rushing yards per game…started all three postseason contests…tied the team lead in tackles with 21…added two pass breakups and one special teams tackle…9/12 vs. Atlanta: Had 11 tackles and one QB pressure…also had one special teams tackle...9/19 at Tennessee: Had a career-high 15 tackles…also forced his first fumble of the season…9/26 at Tampa Bay: Finished with a team best 12 tackles…posted his first sack of the season in the second quarter…10/3 vs. Baltimore: Played in his 50th career game…tied career-high with 15 tackles…recovered his first fumble of the season and third of his career…was a part of a defense that limited the Ravens to 70 yards rushing and forced two turnovers…had two special teams tackles…10/17 vs. Cleveland: Named AFC Defensive Player of the Week for Week 6…tied for a team-high with 14 tackles…had two sacks and an interception, the second interception of his career…10/31 at New Orleans: Finished with a game-high 11 tackles…had two QB pressures…11/8 at Cincinnati: Had seven tackles…recorded his second interception of the season…had two pass breakups…11/14 vs. New England: Had four tackles and one pass breakup…added one special teams tackle…11/21 vs. Oakland: Had four tackles and one pass breakup…recovered his second fumble of the season in the second quarter…was part of a defense that had six sacks and forced three Oakland turnovers…11/28 at Buffalo: Did not start, but played at linebacker…had a team-high nine tackles…12/5 at Baltimore: Logged nine tackles and one QB pressure…was a part of a defense that held the Ravens to less than 50 yards rushing and had four sacks…12/12 vs. Cincinnati: Had nine tackles and one QB pressure…was part of a defense that held Cincinnati to 34 yards rushing, had three sacks and forced three turnovers…12/19 vs. N.Y. Jets: Finished with nine tackles…1/2 at Cleveland: Started his 30th career game at LB…had a team-high 10 tackles, three QB pressures and one pass breakup…was part of a defense that held the Browns to 43 yards rushing, had four sacks and forced three Browns’ interceptions…AFC Divisional Game 1/15 vs. Baltimore: Played in his fifth career postseason contest and made his first postseason start at LB…had a team-high nine tackles and two QB pressures…was part of a defense that held the Ravens to 35 yards rushing, had five sacks and forced three turnovers…added one special teams tackle…AFC Championship Game 1/23 vs. N.Y. Jets: Had nine tackles…had one QB pressure and two pass breakups…Super Bowl XLV 2/6 vs. Green Bay: Had three tackles…was part of a defense that held the Packers to 55 yards rushing.

2009 (14-13): Played in 14 games at ILB, starting 13…had 86 tackles and seven sacks…forced two fumbles…made five special teams tackles…missed two games because of a hamstring injury (9/10 vs. Ten and 11/9 at Den)…9/20 at Chicago: Finished with two solo tackles, two passes defensed and three QB pressures as a reserve LB…9/27 at Cincinnati: Made his first start of the year at ILB…finished with five tackles (three solo), one pass defensed and one QB pressure…had one solo tackle on special teams…10/4 vs. San Diego: Recorded two solo tackles, one pressure and one pass break up…10/11 at Detroit: Recorded seven tackles (six solo), one pressure and one sack…10/18 vs. Cleveland: Registered four tackles (three solo), two sacks and two forced fumbles…10/25 vs. Minnesota: Tallied eight tackles (seven solo) and one pressure…left game with an ankle injury…11/15 vs. Cincinnati: Recorded 11 tackles (five solo)…11/22 at Kansas City: Tallied four solo tackles, three pressures and one sack…11/29 at Baltimore: Registered seven solo tackles, two sacks and one forced fumble…12/6 vs. Oakland: Recorded eight tackles (three solo) and one QB hit…12/10 at Cleveland: Registered a season-high 13 tackles (nine solo)…12/20 vs. Green Bay: Recorded four solo tackles and two pressures…1/3 at Miami: Recorded seven tackles (four solo), one pass breakup and one sack, his seventh of the season.

2008 (16-2/3-0): Played in all 16 regular-season games for the second consecutive season and made his first two NFL starts…established career highs with 71 tackles (49 solo) and five sacks…recorded his first NFL interception at New England on November 30 and returned it 89 yards, the third-longest interception return in team history…had one pass defensed and one forced fumble…made seven tackles on special teams…had six tackles (four solo) against the Colts during his first NFL start on November 9…recorded a career-high 12 tackles (seven solo) during his second start in the regular-season finale…played in all three postseason games…finished with 11 postseason tackles (10 solo)…made three postseason tackles on special teams…forced the first fumble of his postseason career against the Ravens in the AFC Championship Game…9/7 vs. Houston: Registered four tackles (three solo)…also added a solo tackle on special teams…9/21 at Philadelphia: Had three solo tackles and two QB pressures…9/29 vs. Baltimore: Recorded three solo tackles, including his first career sack of Joe Flacco in overtime…also had one pass defensed and one solo tackle on special teams…10/19 at Cincinnati: Played in his 22nd consecutive game as a reserve LB and as a contributor on special teams…finished with nine tackles (six solo)…registered a career-high two sacks…added one QB pressure…had one solo tackle on special teams…10/26 vs. New York Giants: Had two assisted tackles…had one solo tackle on special teams…11/3 at Washington: Finished with four tackles (three solo) and one sack…11/9 vs. Indianapolis: Made his first career start at OLB in place of injured LaMarr Woodley…finished second on the team with six tackles (four solo)…had one QB pressure…11/20 vs. Cincinnati: Finished with three tackles (two solo) and two QB hits…11/30 at New England: Recorded five tackles (three solo) and one QB pressure…registered his first career interception, which he returned 89 yards to the Patriots one-yard line in the fourth quarter…12/7 vs. Dallas: Recorded three tackles (two solo)…had one assisted tackle on special teams…recovered one fumble on special teams…12/14 at Baltimore: Made six tackles (five solo) and had one QB pressure…forced the first fumble of his career when he sacked Joe Flacco on the Ravens’ next-to-last-possession, knocking them out of field goal range…had one solo tackle on special teams…12/21 at Tennessee: Had three solo tackles and one QB pressure…12/28 vs. Cleveland: Made his second career start at OLB in place of the injured James Harrison…recorded 12 tackles (seven solo), the most in his career to that point…had one solo tackle on special teams…AFC Divisional Game 1/11 vs. San Diego: Finished with two solo tackles…had one solo tackle on special teams…AFC Championship Game 1/18 vs. Baltimore: Recorded five tackles (four solo) and one QB pressure…recovered the first fumble of his postseason career late in the fourth quarter…had one solo tackle on special teams…Super Bowl XLIII 2/1 vs. Arizona: Made four solo tackles and one solo tackle on special teams.

2007 (16-0/1-0): Appeared in all 16 games and the playoff loss to Jacksonville as a reserve LB and special teams contributor…made NFL debut at Cleveland in Week 1…finished season with two tackles and two fumble recoveries…tied for second on team with 12 special teams tackles...9/9 at Cleveland: Saw most of his action on special teams where he got one tackle…also played the last Browns’ possession at LB...9/16 vs. Buffalo: Saw action on special teams and logged three special teams tackles (two solo)...9/23 vs. San Francisco: Saw special teams only and registered two solo tackles...9/30 at Arizona: Saw his only action on special teams, but did not register a tackle...10/7 vs. Seattle: Saw his only action on special teams and logged one special teams tackle...10/21 at Denver: Only saw action on special teams but did not register a tackle…10/28 at Cincinnati: Saw his only action on special teams and did not record a tackle...11/5 vs. Baltimore: Saw extensive action on special teams and recovered his first career fumble on a fumble forced by James Harrison…saw action on the last two Ravens’ possessions...11/11 vs. Cleveland: Saw his only action on special teams, but did not register a tackle...11/18 at N.Y. Jets: Saw action on special teams only and registered one solo tackle...11/26 vs. Miami: Saw extensive action on defense and special teams…recovered his first defensive fumble of the season…part of a defense that gave up only 159 total yards, including 49 rushing, 110 passing and only nine first downs...12/2 vs. Cincinnati: Saw his only action on special teams and finished the game with two tackles...12/9 at New England: Saw action on special teams but did not register a tackle...12/16 vs. Jacksonville: Played on special teams and managed one special teams tackle, while playing in his 14th consecutive game...12/20 at St. Louis: Saw action on special teams and finished with one special teams tackle...12/30 at Baltimore: Saw action in his 16th career game but did not register a tackle...AFC Wild Card Game 1/5/08 vs. Jacksonville: Saw action in his first postseason game but did not register a tackle.

COLLEGE: Lawrence Timmons was named to Street & Smith’s All-American preseason list in 2006...started 13 contests in 38 games at Florida State...he finished his career with 126 tackles (70 solos), eight sacks for minus-46 yards and 22.5 stops for losses of 90 yards...he was credited with eight quarterback pressures and recovered two fumbles, returning one 36 yards for a score...he had a 22-yard interception return for a touchdown and seven pass deflections…he caused two fumbles, blocked four kicks and gained 94 yards with a touchdown on three blocked punt returns (31.3 avg.)...blocked four kicks during his career...blocked two extra point attempts (vs. Duke and Clemson) in 2006 that were both returned for defensive scores, marking the first time in ACC history that a team did that twice in the same season. 2006: All-American third-team and All-Atlantic Coast Conference first-team selection by The NFL Draft Report...started all 13 games at strong-side outside linebacker, ranking second on the team with 79 tackles (42 solos)...registered five sacks for minus 29 yards and two pressures...deflected six passes and blocked two kicks...scored on a 22-yard interception return, a 36-yard fumble recovery and 25 yards on a blocked punt. 2005: Played behind Ernie Sims at strong-side outside linebacker, but also excelled on the special teams coverage units...recorded 35 tackles (17 solos) with three sacks for minus 17 yards and six pressures in 13 games...recovered a fumble and caused two others...blocked two punts for 69 yards in returns and deflected one pass. 2004: One of 10 true freshmen to letter for the Seminoles, as he appeared mostly on special teams in 12 games...recorded 12 tackles (11 solos) with a stop for a two-yard loss.

PERSONAL: Lawrence Timmons attended Wilson High School (Florence, S.C.), where he was rated the fourth-best outside linebacker in the country by Rivals.com and named to Prep Star’s Top 100 team, in addition to picking up Super Prep Elite 50 honors as a senior...earned Defensive Player of the Year honors and was the top prep prospect in the state of South Carolina his final campaign...played in the 2003 Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas that pitted the high school all-stars from North Carolina and the all-stars from South Carolina...earned All-State first-team accolades in 2004 after amassing over 150 tackles and two sacks on defense and also caught 47 passes for over 800 yards and five touchdowns as a senior tight end...added All-State honors as a junior tight end with 42 grabs for 680 yards and 14 touchdowns, as he also recorded 95 tackles and four sacks...has two sisters, Valerie Mitchell and Lakendra Timmons...son of Audrey and Lindsey Timmons...Full name: Lawrence Timmons.

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