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  • 2006 USC News
  • Brian Kelly (born January 14, 1976 in Las Vegas) is a high school graduate from Aurora, Colorado and a National Football League cornerback who graduated from USC in 1997, currently playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He wears the number 25 jersey and helped the winning Superbowl Team with an impressive 8 interceptions in 2002.

    Fast Facts

    • Classic shut-down corner and physical performer
    • Proficient open-field tackler who is equally adept in pass coverage
    • Pro Bowl caliber player who often draws the opponent’s top receiver
    • Excellent all-around athlete who specializes in bump-and-run coverage with his strong frame
    • Buccaneers defense has finished in the top five in pass defense, including two No. 1 rankings, in every season since he became a full-time starter in 2001
    • His 16 career interceptions rank 10th in team history
    • Has totaled 13 INTs since 2002 to lead the Buccaneers
    • Ranked tied for second in the NFL with a team-best 22 passes defensed in 2004
    • Did not miss his first NFL game until his sixth season (2003), sustaining a left pectoral strain in Week 5 against Indianapolis that landed him on injured reserve on October 21, 2003
    • Enjoyed a breakthrough campaign in 2002 as he tied for the NFL lead in INTs on the league’s top-ranked defense
    • Established career-highs in interceptions (eight), passes defensed (23) and tackles (78) in his first full season as a starting CB for the Super Bowl champion Buccaneers in 2002
    • Career numbers include 327 tackles, 16 interceptions, one forced fumble, four fumble recoveries, 2.5 sacks and 93 passes defensed
    • Has added 26 career special teams stops
    • Has played in 101 career games with 57 starts
    • Also has seen action in seven postseason games with four starts
    • Originally entered the NFL as a second-round draft pick by the Buccaneers in 1998.



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