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Nate Washington
WR #85
Height:
6-1
Weight:
183
Age:
31
College:
Tiffin University
Experience:
10

Quick Stats (2014):

REC
5
YDS
60
AVG
12
TDS
0

Biography

PRO: Nate Washington was signed by the Titans in the 2009 offseason to bolster the wide receiving corps and provide a deep threat for the aerial attack.  From 2009 through 2013, no Titans player had more total receptions (267), receiving yards (3,944) and receiving touchdowns (26) than him.  The 6-foot-1, 183-pounder enjoyed his greatest statistical success in 2011, when he posted career highs with 74 receptions for 1,023 yards and seven touchdowns.  He is one of his generation’s greatest success stories in the NFL.  At the conclusion of 2013, the former undrafted free agent from Tiffin University ranked third among all active undrafted NFL players in career receiving yards, trailing only Wes Welker and Antonio Gates.  He also has been remarkably durable, recording eight consecutive campaigns in which he played in all 16 games.  At the conclusion of the 2013 campaign, his current streak of 128 consecutive games played ranked first in the NFL among wide receivers.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
•    In 2013, Washington recorded season totals of 58 catches (third on team) for 919 yards (second on team) and three touchdowns (fourth on team).  His reception and yardage totals were the second-best of his career through nine seasons.
•    Washington was a member of two Super Bowl championship teams during his four-year stay in Pittsburgh.  The Steelers hoisted the Lombardi Trophy in 2005 and 2008.
•    Had recorded at least one reception in 85 consecutive games, including 71 straight contests as a member of the Titans before not recording a catch at St. Louis on Nov. 3, 2013.  The 71-game streak is the fourth-longest in franchise history.
•    In 2012, Washington led the team with 746 receiving yards, while tying for the team lead with four receiving touchdowns.  He also finished second on the squad with 46 catches.
•    Washington posted career numbers in 2011, when he led the team and ranked ninth in the AFC with a career-best 74 receptions.  He also eclipsed the 1,000-yard receiving mark for the first time (1,023 yards) and set a career-high with seven receiving touchdowns.  Washington was also clutch when it mattered most ranking second in the NFL and first in the AFC with 29 receptions on third down.
•    In 2010, Washington tied for second on the Titans with 42 receptions for a then career-best 687 receiving yards, while also tying a career-high with six touchdown grabs.  He also posted the first two 100-yard receiving games of his career.
•    In 2009, Washington led the Titans with a then-career-high six receiving touchdowns and finished second on the team with a career-best 47 receptions and 569 receiving yards.
•    In 2006, Washington led the AFC with a 17.8-yard per reception average and caught 35 passes for 624 yards with four touchdowns for the Steelers.   

TITANS TIDBITS:  
•    By signing with the Steelers as an undrafted free agent in 2005, Washington became the first Tiffin University player in the modern era to play in the NFL.
•    Following his first Super Bowl victory in 2005, Washington received the key to city from his hometown, Toledo, Ohio and his college town of Tiffin, Ohio.
•    Washington was a lifeguard at a community pool for three summers when he was in high school.
•    Washington wasted no time meeting and greeting the Titans faithful as he took part in Titans Caravan XII in April 2009, visiting fans in Waynesboro, Hohenwald, Lawrenceburg, Pulaski and Franklin.  Washington’s Caravan schedule also took him to Alabama with a huge group stop with Kerry Collins in Florence.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS:
•    The Toledo, Ohio., native was originally signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers as an undrafted free agent in 2005.
•    Signed by the Titans as an unrestricted free agent on March 2, 2009.

COLLEGE:
•    Holds eight individual Tiffin receiving records, including records for receptions in a game (13), yards in a game (299), receptions in a season (70), yards in a season (1,428), touchdowns in a season (16), receptions in a career (212), yards in a career (4,214), and touchdown receptions (47).
•    As a senior, finished the season with 1,428 yards receiving on 69 receptions over 11 games.  Averaged 129.8 yards receiving and 6.3 receptions per game.
•    In 2004, was named a Don Hansen’s Football Gazette Honorable Mention All-American, D2Football.com Second Team All-American, Dopke.com Second Team All-American, Independent Football Alliance Offensive Player of the Year and Independent Football Alliance First Team player.
•    In his final collegiate season, recorded 299 yards receiving with three touchdowns in 50-39 loss to Gannon, 124 yards receiving with three touchdowns in 49-3 win over Butler, 115 yards receiving with three touchdowns in 59-21 win over Alma College, 197 yards receiving with two touchdowns in close loss to Nebraska Omaha and 176 yards receiving with three touchdowns in 56-14 win over Ohio Dominican.
•    In 2003, was selected Dopke.com Division II Second Team All-American and Independent Football Alliance First Team player.
•    As a sophomore, was named D2Football.com Honorable Mention All-Northeast Division player and Independent Football Alliance First Team honoree.
•    Majored in Information Systems at Tiffin University.

PERSONAL:  
•    Has a daughter, Niyla Monae.
•    Attended Scott High School in Toledo, Ohio and was first team All-City, first team All-District, and Honorable Mention All-State as a senior.
•    List of favorites: (movie) “Harlem Nights”; (TV show) “Martin”; (actor/actress) Denzel Washington, Sanaa Lathan; (music artist) Jay-Z; (food) chicken; (vacation spot) Puerto Rico; (school subject) science; (car) Ferrari; (video game) Gears of War 2; (sports hero) Michael Jordan; and (book) “Autobiography of Malcolm X.”
•    Born Nate Washington on Aug. 28, 1983 in Toledo, Ohio.

PRO: Nate Washington was signed by the Titans in the 2009 offseason to bolster the wide receiving corps and provide a deep threat for the aerial attack.  From 2009 through 2013, no Titans player had more total receptions (267), receiving yards (3,944) and receiving touchdowns (26) than him.  The 6-foot-1, 183-pounder enjoyed his greatest statistical success in 2011, when he posted career highs with 74 receptions for 1,023 yards and seven touchdowns.  He is one of his generation’s greatest success stories in the NFL.  At the conclusion of 2013, the former undrafted free agent from Tiffin University ranked third among all active undrafted NFL players in career receiving yards, trailing only Wes Welker and Antonio Gates.  He also has been remarkably durable, recording eight consecutive campaigns in which he played in all 16 games.  At the conclusion of the 2013 campaign, his current streak of 128 consecutive games played ranked first in the NFL among wide receivers.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
•    In 2013, Washington recorded season totals of 58 catches (third on team) for 919 yards (second on team) and three touchdowns (fourth on team).  His reception and yardage totals were the second-best of his career through nine seasons.
•    Washington was a member of two Super Bowl championship teams during his four-year stay in Pittsburgh.  The Steelers hoisted the Lombardi Trophy in 2005 and 2008.
•    Had recorded at least one reception in 85 consecutive games, including 71 straight contests as a member of the Titans before not recording a catch at St. Louis on Nov. 3, 2013.  The 71-game streak is the fourth-longest in franchise history.
•    In 2012, Washington led the team with 746 receiving yards, while tying for the team lead with four receiving touchdowns.  He also finished second on the squad with 46 catches.
•    Washington posted career numbers in 2011, when he led the team and ranked ninth in the AFC with a career-best 74 receptions.  He also eclipsed the 1,000-yard receiving mark for the first time (1,023 yards) and set a career-high with seven receiving touchdowns.  Washington was also clutch when it mattered most ranking second in the NFL and first in the AFC with 29 receptions on third down.
•    In 2010, Washington tied for second on the Titans with 42 receptions for a then career-best 687 receiving yards, while also tying a career-high with six touchdown grabs.  He also posted the first two 100-yard receiving games of his career.
•    In 2009, Washington led the Titans with a then-career-high six receiving touchdowns and finished second on the team with a career-best 47 receptions and 569 receiving yards.
•    In 2006, Washington led the AFC with a 17.8-yard per reception average and caught 35 passes for 624 yards with four touchdowns for the Steelers.   

TITANS TIDBITS:  
•    By signing with the Steelers as an undrafted free agent in 2005, Washington became the first Tiffin University player in the modern era to play in the NFL.
•    Following his first Super Bowl victory in 2005, Washington received the key to city from his hometown, Toledo, Ohio and his college town of Tiffin, Ohio.
•    Washington was a lifeguard at a community pool for three summers when he was in high school.
•    Washington wasted no time meeting and greeting the Titans faithful as he took part in Titans Caravan XII in April 2009, visiting fans in Waynesboro, Hohenwald, Lawrenceburg, Pulaski and Franklin.  Washington’s Caravan schedule also took him to Alabama with a huge group stop with Kerry Collins in Florence.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS:
•    The Toledo, Ohio., native was originally signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers as an undrafted free agent in 2005.
•    Signed by the Titans as an unrestricted free agent on March 2, 2009.

COLLEGE:
•    Holds eight individual Tiffin receiving records, including records for receptions in a game (13), yards in a game (299), receptions in a season (70), yards in a season (1,428), touchdowns in a season (16), receptions in a career (212), yards in a career (4,214), and touchdown receptions (47).
•    As a senior, finished the season with 1,428 yards receiving on 69 receptions over 11 games.  Averaged 129.8 yards receiving and 6.3 receptions per game.
•    In 2004, was named a Don Hansen’s Football Gazette Honorable Mention All-American, D2Football.com Second Team All-American, Dopke.com Second Team All-American, Independent Football Alliance Offensive Player of the Year and Independent Football Alliance First Team player.
•    In his final collegiate season, recorded 299 yards receiving with three touchdowns in 50-39 loss to Gannon, 124 yards receiving with three touchdowns in 49-3 win over Butler, 115 yards receiving with three touchdowns in 59-21 win over Alma College, 197 yards receiving with two touchdowns in close loss to Nebraska Omaha and 176 yards receiving with three touchdowns in 56-14 win over Ohio Dominican.
•    In 2003, was selected Dopke.com Division II Second Team All-American and Independent Football Alliance First Team player.
•    As a sophomore, was named D2Football.com Honorable Mention All-Northeast Division player and Independent Football Alliance First Team honoree.
•    Majored in Information Systems at Tiffin University.

PERSONAL:  
•    Has a daughter, Niyla Monae.
•    Attended Scott High School in Toledo, Ohio and was first team All-City, first team All-District, and Honorable Mention All-State as a senior.
•    List of favorites: (movie) “Harlem Nights”; (TV show) “Martin”; (actor/actress) Denzel Washington, Sanaa Lathan; (music artist) Jay-Z; (food) chicken; (vacation spot) Puerto Rico; (school subject) science; (car) Ferrari; (video game) Gears of War 2; (sports hero) Michael Jordan; and (book) “Autobiography of Malcolm X.”
•    Born Nate Washington on Aug. 28, 1983 in Toledo, Ohio.
 
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 376 5,709 15.2 77 38 14 38 2.7 14 1 2 0
2014 TEN 2 2 5 60 12 19 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2013 TEN 16 15 58 919 15.8 77T 3 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2012 TEN 16 14 46 746 16.2 71T 4 -- -- -- -- -- 1 0
2011 TEN 16 15 74 1,023 13.8 57 7 2 5 2.5 3T 1 -- --
2010 TEN 16 16 42 687 16.4 71T 6 1 -8 -8 -8 0 -- --
2009 TEN 16 15 47 569 12.1 35 6 2 15 7.5 14 0 1 0
2008 PIT 16 1 40 631 15.8 65T 3 5 18 3.6 8 0 -- --
2007 PIT 16 4 29 450 15.5 40 5 1 0 -- 0 0 -- --
2006 PIT 16 2 35 624 17.8 49T 4 3 8 2.7 8 0 -- --
2005 PIT 1 0 0 0 -- 0 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Recent Games
WKOppResultReceivingRushingFumbles
RecYdsAvgLngTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
1 @KC W 26-10 4 59 14.8 19 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2 DAL L 10-26 1 1 1 1 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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