Jabrill Peppers

American football player (born 1995)

American football player
Jabrill Peppers
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Peppers with the Giants in 2020
No. 5 – New England Patriots
Personal information
Born: (1995-10-04) October 4, 1995 (age 28)
East Orange, New Jersey, U.S.
Height:5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Weight:217 lb (98 kg)
Career information
High school:Paramus Catholic
(Paramus, New Jersey)
College:Michigan (2014–2016)
NFL draft:2017 / Round: 1 / Pick: 25
Career history
  • Cleveland Browns (2017–2018)
  • New York Giants (2019–2021)
  • New England Patriots (2022–present)
Roster status:Active
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics as of 2023
Total tackles:471
Forced fumbles:5
Fumble recoveries:7
Pass deflections:33
Defensive touchdowns:1
Return yards:1,468
Player stats at PFR

Jabrill Ahmad Peppers (born October 4, 1995) is an American football safety for the New England Patriots of the National Football League (NFL). He was a two-time college football All-American for the Michigan Wolverines, earning unanimous All-American honors in 2016, as well as being named the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year, Linebacker of the Year and Return Specialist of the Year. Peppers was selected in the first round by the Cleveland Browns in the 2017 NFL draft. He has also played for the New York Giants.

Early life

A native of East Orange, New Jersey, Peppers originally attended Don Bosco Preparatory High School in Ramsey, New Jersey.[1][2] He started as a cornerback in his freshman year, before also taking over as a running back as a sophomore. With Peppers, Don Bosco won consecutive New Jersey state championships in 2010 and 2011, and was the top-ranked team in the nation by USA Today in 2011.

Peppers left Don Bosco to attend Paramus Catholic High School in Paramus, New Jersey, where he helped lead the Paladins to another state championship over Bergen Catholic in 2012. Peppers was named Player of the Year by MSG Varsity after his junior season with Paramus Catholic. In his senior year, another successful season saw Peppers lead Paramus Catholic to another state title, defeating St. Peter's Prep., making Peppers a state championship winner in all four years of his high school career. Peppers was also selected to participate in the 2013–14 Under Armour All-America Game.

As a talented track athlete, Peppers set the New Jersey Non-Public Class A outdoor 100-meter dash record with a time of 10.77 seconds. He has a personal-best of 10.51 seconds in the 100 meters. In his senior year at Paramus Catholic, he won both the 100 and 200-meter dashes in New Jersey's 2013 Meet of Champions,[3] becoming only the second person ever to do so, after Fabian Santiago of Oakcrest High School the year before.


The Rivals.com recruiting network identified Peppers as one of the five-star recruits in the Class of 2014, with ESPN ranking him as the #1 prospect in the 2014 class.[4] On May 26, 2013, Peppers announced his verbal commitment to the Michigan Wolverines in a live telecast on ESPN.[5] He was regarded as the head of Michigan's 2014 recruiting class.[6] ESPN ranked him as the second-best recruit in the class of 2014, behind only running back Leonard Fournette.[7]

College career

As a true freshman at Michigan, Peppers appeared in three games, making one start under then-head coach Brady Hoke. In his first career start against Appalachian State, he recorded two tackles and returned one punt for six yards. However, he sustained an injury in the game and was redshirted for the remainder of his freshman season.[8]

Peppers with the Michigan Wolverines in 2015

In the 2015 season, Peppers had a new head coach in Jim Harbaugh. Following the 2015 season, Peppers was named the Big Ten Thompson-Randle El Freshman of the Year, and named to the All-Big Ten defensive first-team, by both the coaches and media, and the All-Big Ten special teams second-team by coaches. He was also named a Second-team All-American by CBS Sports and Sports Illustrated.[9] He was also named to the Freshman All-America Team by Football Writers Association of America (FWAA).[10] He was a finalist for the Paul Hornung Award. In 12 games, Peppers played a combined 986 snaps this season, with 50 coming on offense, 765 on defense, and 171 on special teams. On defense, he registered 45 total tackles, 5.5 tackles-for-loss, and 10 pass breakups. On special teams, he returned all 17 punts on the season for 194 yards, an average of 11.4 yards per return. Peppers has returned eight kickoffs for 223 yards, an average of 27.9 yards per return, on a unit that ranked second in the FBS with 28.41 yards per kick return. On offense, he added eight catches for 79 yards with 18 rushes for 72 yards and two touchdowns. Peppers has gained 568 all-purpose yards on the season, an average of 47.3 yards per game, ranking fifth on the team.[11]

Following an outstanding performance on September 17, 2016, against Colorado, Peppers was named the Walter Camp FBS Player of the Week, Co-Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week, and Special Teams Player of the Week. He became the first conference player to be named both Defensive and Special Teams Player of the Week in the same week since the special teams honor was added in 1994. Peppers recorded a career-best nine tackles, including six solo stops and 3.5 tackles-for-loss. In addition, he recorded 204 yards of total offense, including his first career punt return for a touchdown.[12]

Following the 2016 season, Peppers was named the Nagurski-Woodson Defensive Player of the Year, Butkus-Fitzgerald Linebacker of the Year, Rodgers-White Return Specialist of the Year, and a Unanimous All-American.[13] He became the first player in Big Ten history to collect three individual honors since the conference expanded its individual award recognition program in 2011. Peppers was also named to the All-Big Ten defensive first-team, and All-Big Ten special teams first-team by both the coaches and media. Peppers helped lead a unit that finished first in eight Big Ten defensive categories. He contributed a career-best 72 tackles, 16 tackles-for-loss, four sacks, one interception, and one forced fumble. He also contributed in special teams, posting 21 punt returns for 310 yards (14.8 avg.) and one touchdown and had 10 kickoff returns for 260 yards (26.0 avg.). He also contributed on the offensive side of the ball, rushing 27 times for 167 yards and three touchdowns while catching two passes.[14] He was also awarded the Paul Hornung Award, honoring the nation's most versatile college football player, and the Lott Trophy. Peppers played 933 snaps during the 2016 campaign, logging 726 plays on defense, 53 plays on offense, and 154 snaps on special teams. Peppers has seen the field at 15 different positions during the season.[15][16] He finished fifth in voting for the 2016 Heisman Trophy.[17]

On January 10, 2017, Peppers announced that he would be entering the 2017 NFL Draft, forgoing his final two seasons of NCAA eligibility.[18]

College statistics

Season Team GP Defense Rushing Receiving Punt return Kick return
Tckl TfL Sck PD Int FF Att Yds Avg TD Rec Yds Avg TD Ret Yds Avg Lng TD Ret Yds Avg Lng TD
2014 Michigan 3 8 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 6.0 6 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
2015 Michigan 12 45 5.5 0.0 10 0 0 18 72 4.0 2 8 79 9.9 0 17 194 11.4 41 0 9 223 27.9 49 0
2016 Michigan 12 72 13.0 4.0 1 1 1 27 167 6.2 3 2 3 1.5 0 21 310 14.8 54 1 10 260 26.0 55 0
Total 27 125 18.5 4.0 11 1 1 45 239 5.3 5 10 82 8.2 0 39 510 13.1 54 1 19 483 25.4 55 0

Professional career

Peppers received an invitation to the NFL Combine and attended as a linebacker, as well as a safety. He ran all combine and positional drills, except for the short shuttle and three-cone drill. He ran the fastest 40-yard dash among all of the linebackers. He participated in only positional drills at Michigan's Pro Day.

External videos
video icon Jabrill Peppers' NFL Combine Workout
video icon Jabrill Peppers runs a 4.46s 40-yard dash
video icon Jabrill Peppers bench presses 19 reps

He was ranked the third-best safety in the draft by Sports Illustrated, Pro Football Focus, ESPN, NFL analyst Mike Mayock, and NFL analyst Bucky Brooks.[19][20][21][22][23] On April 25, 2017, only two days before the draft, it was reported that Peppers received a positive test for a drug screen that was given at the combine. The positive test was in fact due to a diluted sample, with his agent stating that Peppers drank ample amounts of water and was ill before traveling for the combine. Peppers attended pre-draft visits with the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers.[24] At the conclusion of the pre-draft process, Peppers was projected to be a first or second round pick by NFL draft experts and scouts.[25]

Pre-draft measurables
Height Weight Arm length Hand span 40-yard dash 10-yard split 20-yard split Vertical jump Broad jump Bench press Wonderlic
5 ft 10+78 in
(1.80 m)
213 lb
(97 kg)
30+34 in
(0.78 m)
9+58 in
(0.24 m)
4.46 s 1.54 s 2.62 s 35.5 in
(0.90 m)
10 ft 8 in
(3.25 m)
19 reps 26
All values from NFL Combine[26][27][28]

Cleveland Browns


Peppers with the Cleveland Browns in 2017

The Cleveland Browns selected Peppers in the first round (25th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft.[29] Peppers was the third safety drafted in 2017, behind Jamal Adams (6th overall) and Malik Hooker (15th overall).[30][31]

On July 22, 2017, the Cleveland Browns signed Peppers to a fully guaranteed four-year, $10.7 million contract that includes a signing bonus of $5.6 million.[32]

Peppers entered training camp slated as the starting strong safety. Head coach Hue Jackson named Peppers the starting free safety to start the regular season, alongside strong safety Derrick Kindred. He was also named the starting kick returner and starting punt returner.[33]

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video icon Peppers makes first career interception

He made his professional regular season debut and first career start in the Browns' season-opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers and recorded four combined tackles and broke up a pass in their 21–18 loss. In addition, he had one kickoff return for 14-yards and three punt returns for 34-yards.[34] He was inactive for two games (Weeks 7–8) due to a toe injury.[35] In Week 12, he collected a season-high seven combined tackles during a 30–16 loss at the Cincinnati Bengals. He was sidelined for the Browns' Week 14 loss to the Packers due to a knee injury.[36] On December 31, 2017, Peppers recorded four solo tackles, broke up a pass, and made his first career interception as the Browns lost 28–24 at the Steelers. Peppers made his first career interception off a pass attempt by quarterback Landry Jones in the first quarter.[37] He finished his rookie season in 2017 with 57 combined tackles (44 solo), three pass deflections, and one interception in 13 games and 13 starts. Peppers also had 14 kick returns for 318 yards (22.7 YPR) and 30 punt returns for 180 yards (6.0 YPR).[38] The Cleveland Browns finished the 2017 NFL season with a record of 0–16.[39]


Defensive coordinator Gregg Williams elected to move Peppers back to strong safety after the Browns traded for Damarious Randall. Peppers competed to be the starting strong safety against Derrick Kindred.[40] Head coach Hue Jackson named Peppers the starting strong safety to begin the regular season, alongside free safety Damarious Randall and cornerbacks Denzel Ward and T. J. Carrie.[41] He also retained his duties as the starting kick and punt returner. In Week 15 against the Denver Broncos, Peppers had six tackles, an interception, and a game-winning sack on fourth down.[42] He finished the 2018 season with one sack, 79 total tackles, one interception, and five passes defended while being a returner on special teams.[43]

New York Giants


Peppers in a game against the Washington Redskins

On March 13, 2019, Peppers was acquired by the New York Giants, alongside Kevin Zeitler, the Browns' first-round pick, and their second third-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, in exchange for Odell Beckham Jr. and Olivier Vernon.[44] In week 4 against the Redskins, Peppers recorded a 32-yard pick six off Dwayne Haskins in the 24–3 win.[45] In week 9 against the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football, Peppers recorded a team high 12 tackles and forced a fumble on wide receiver Randall Cobb that was recovered by teammate Antoine Bethea in the 37–18 loss.[46]

Two weeks after suffering a transverse process fracture in the week 11 match-up against the Chicago Bears,[47] Peppers was placed on season ending injured reserve on December 7, 2019.[48]

2020 season

On April 29, 2020, the Giants picked up the fifth-year option on Peppers' contract,[49] worth $6.77 million guaranteed for the 2021 season.[50] For the 2020 season, Peppers was a captain as a part of the special team’s unit.[51]

In Week 7 against the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday Night Football, Peppers recorded his first sack of the season on Carson Wentz during the 22–21 loss.[52] Peppers was fined $11,301 for a hit that injured quarterback Kyle Allen in a 23–20 victory over the Washington Football Team.[53] During the game, Peppers also intercepted a pass thrown by Alex Smith, Allen's replacement, and recovered a fumble.[54] In the 2020 season, he appeared in 15 games and started 14. He finished with 2.5 sacks, 91 total tackles, one interception, 11 passes defensed, and one forced fumble.[55]

2021 season

On October 26, 2021, Peppers was placed on injured reserve after suffering a torn ACL and a high ankle sprain in Week 7.[56][57]

New England Patriots


On April 4, 2022, Peppers signed a one-year contract with the New England Patriots.[58] In the 2022 season, Peppers appeared in 17 games and started five. He finished with 60 total tackles and one fumble recovery. He played on special teams.[59]


On March 17, 2023, Peppers re-signed with the Patriots on a two-year deal.[60][61] He also changed his number from 3 to 5.

Personal life

Peppers was raised in East Orange, New Jersey by his mother, Ivory Bryant. His father, Terry Peppers, was active in his life until he was arrested when Jabrill was seven. He was arrested after being charged in a racketeering case as a part of the Bloods street gang, and was released from prison in 2014.[62] His older brother, Don Curtis, died in January 2010, after being shot while standing at the counter of Lucky Joy Restaurant in Newark, New Jersey. Peppers maintained a 3.8 GPA through high school and is an avid rapper.[63] He has stated that he has always had an interest in Michigan's football program and is a fan of Charles Woodson. He cultivated a relationship with Woodson throughout his time at Michigan. Peppers is also a member of Omega Psi Phi having become a member while an undergrad at the University of Michigan (Phi Chapter).[64]


On March 6, 2017, it was reported that Peppers had signed a multi-year contract with Adidas.[65]


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