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Jace Sternberger

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#85

Experience: 3 years

Height: 6-4

Age: 25

Weight: 251 lbs

College: Texas A&M

2021 SEASON

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Recent Games

WKOPPRESULTRECYDSAVGLNGTDATTYDSAVGLNGTDFUMLOST
8@BroncosL 10 - 17
6ChiefsL 13 - 31
7@PackersL 10 - 24
5SaintsL 22 - 33

Career Stats

WRTE Career

SEASONTEAMGGSRECYDSAVGLNGTDATTYDSAVGLNGTDFUMLOST
2019Green Bay Packers610000
2020Green Bay Packers120121149.5271
TOTAL181121144.82710000000

Biography

2020 SEASON (GREEN BAY)

  • Played in 12 games, seeing action on offense and special teams, and had 12 receptions for 114 yards (9.5 avg.) and a TD
  • Posted one kickoff return for 8 yards
  • Was sidelined for the final four regular-season games (concussion)
  • Was inactive for both postseason contests (healthy scratch)
  • At New Orleans (Sept. 27): Registered the first catches of his career in the regular season, hauling in a career-high three passes for 36 yards (12.0 avg.). Made a back-shoulder grab in the fourth quarter for a 23-yard gain to the New Orleans 31 on a scoring drive that would put Green Bay ahead, 37-27
  • At Houston (Oct. 25): Played 20 snaps on offense and posted his first career regular-season TD catch, coming across the field to make a left-handed grab for a 3-yard score early in the second quarter
  • Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 1): Posted a career-high 46 receiving yards on three catches (15.3 avg.), including a career-long 27-yarder down to the Minnesota 7 with just under three minutes remaining in the game that set up a WR Davante Adams TD catch on the next play
  • At Indianapolis (Nov. 22): Matched his career high with three receptions for 23 yards (7.7 avg.)
  • Vs. Chicago (Nov. 29): Posted a 5-yard reception and also recorded his first career kickoff return, an 8-yarder late in the first half
  • Vs. Philadelphia (Dec. 6): Played three snaps on offense and one on special teams before exiting the game in the second quarter with a concussion that would sideline him for the final four regular-season games.
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