**58 - LB Justin Hollins**

Justin Hollins

LB

#58

Experience: 4 years

Height: 6-5

Age: 26

Weight: 248 lbs

College: Oregon

2022 SEASON

  • Solo
    14
  • SCK
    2
  • FF
    1
  • INT
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WKOPPRESULTTotalSoloASTSCKSFTYPDEFINTYDSAVGLNGTDSFFOPP FR
1BillsL 10 - 3122000001
2FalconsW 31 - 275411001
3@CardinalsW 20 - 124220000
4@49ersL 9 - 243120000
5CowboysL 10 - 222110000
6PanthersW 24 - 103110000
849ersL 14 - 311000000
9@BuccaneersL 13 - 161010000
10CardinalsL 17 - 273120000
11@SaintsL 20 - 272110000
12@EaglesL 33 - 402101000

Career Stats

Defense Career

SEASONTEAMGGSTotalSoloASTSCKSFTYPDEFINTYDSAVGLNGTDSFFOPP FR
2019Denver Broncos150211091020
2020Los Angeles Rams1602818103011
2021Los Angeles Rams82221082001
2022Los Angeles Rams1021010001
TOTAL4027339277030000021

Biography

Transactions

Claimed by the Rams via waivers from Denver Broncos (9/7/20). Waived by the Broncos (9/6/20). Selected by Denver in the fifth round (156th overall) of the 2019 NFL Draft.

NFL Career

  • Has appeared in 39 regular season games (two starts) and six playoff games in his three-year NFL career.
  • Has played 809 regular season snaps and recorded 68 tackles (42 solo), 6.0 sacks, five tackles for loss, two forced fumbles, three passes defensed, eight QB hits and 30 QB pressures.
  • In six playoffs games, Hollins has played 129 snaps and tallied eight tackles (five solo), five QB pressures and two QB hits.
  • Recorded a career-high eight tackles (six solo), 2.0 sacks, one tackle for loss, and one forced fumble in the Rams' regular season opener against the Bears in 2021.
  • Appeared in all 16 games and played 339 snaps with the Rams during the 2020 regular season.
  • Tallied a season-high five tackles (two solo), 1.0 sack and one tackle for loss in a Week 7 matchup against the Chicago Bears in 2020.
  • Recorded his first NFL sack and tackle for loss in a Week 9 contest against the Browns in 2019 with the Broncos.
  • Registered six tackles (four solo) his rookie season in a con- test against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

College

Hollins started 37-of-52 games played at outside linebacker for the University of Oregon, ending his final collegiate campaign as the nation's leader in forced fumbles with five. His eight forced fumbles in 2017 and 2018 were the most in the nation during that span. He finished ninth in program history with 36.5 career tackles for loss. Hollins is one of just 19 FBS players since 2000 with at least five sacks, five forced fumbles and an interception in a season. As a senior, he was East-West Shrine Game Defensive MVP and was named to the Associated Press Pac-12 All-Conference first team. He started all 13 games and finished with a team-best 6.5 sacks and 14 tackles for loss. Hollins was the only FBS player with a full sack in each of the first four games and ranked third on the team with 64 tackles. He had a tackle for loss in 10-of-13 games with seven pass breakups. As a junior in 2017, Hollins was a two-time Pro Football Focus Pac-12 Team of the Week and started 12-of-13 games played. He finished with 59 total tackles, including 11.5 for loss, 3.5 sacks and three forced fumbles. He also had five or more tackles in seven games. In 2016 as a redshirt sophmore, he started all 12 games after a move from outside linebacker to defensive line and led the defensive linemen with 51 tackles. Hollins finished second on the team in both tackles for loss (9.5) and sacks (3.0) with at least a half-tackle for loss in nine games. He played in 14 games, primarily on kickoff return coverage his freshman year.

Personal

Hollins finished his prep career at Martin High School in Arlington, Texas, contributing 59 tackles (49 solo), four sacks, two fumble recoveries and one blocked punt as a senior. He was a consensus three-star prospect by ESPN and Rivals, rated the no.77 player in the state of Texas in the class by ESPN, and ranked among North Texas' top 10 recruits by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. He selected Oregon over Baylor, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana Tech, Missouri, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Oregon State.

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