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  • Tue., Aug. 04, 2015 10:45 AM - 11:30 AM CDT Head Coach Mike McCarthy Press Conference

    Post-practice                Head Coach Mike McCarthy available in Media Auditorium

  • Tue., Aug. 04, 2015 12:55 PM - 1:30 PM CDT GM Ted Thompson Press Conference

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Players

Demetri Goodson
CB #39
Height:
5-11
Weight:
197
Age:
26
College:
Baylor
Hometown:
Charleston, WV
Experience:
2

Quick Stats (2014):

TCKL
6
SCK
0.0
FF
0
INT
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Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
GGSTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
TOTAL 6 5 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 -- 0 0 0 0
2014 GB 6 0 6 5 1 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
Recent Games
WKOppResultTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
TotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
1 @SEA L 16-36 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2 NYJ W 31-24 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 @DET L 7-19 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
4 @CHI W 38-17 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
5 MIN W 42-10 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
6 @MIA W 27-24 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
7 CAR W 38-17 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
8 @NO L 23-44 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
10 CHI W 55-14 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
11 PHI W 53-20 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
12 @MIN W 24-21 2 2 0 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
13 NE W 26-21 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
14 ATL W 43-37 1 1 0 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
15 @BUF L 13-21 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
16 @TB W 20-3 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
17 DET W 30-20 3 2 1 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --

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Biography

Pro Highlights

  • Saw action in six games and was inactive for 10 contests and both postseason games in 2014.
  • Registered six special teams tackles, No. 2 on the team among rookies behind only LB Jayrone Elliott.
  • Was selected by Green Bay in the sixth round with the No. 197 overall pick, becoming the first Baylor player to be drafted by the Packers since G Rell Tipton (seventh round) in 1977. Became the highest-drafted CB out of Baylor since Gary Baxter was selected by Baltimore in the second round in 2001.

COLLEGE

Began his collegiate career by playing basketball for three seasons at Gonzaga (2008-11) before transferring to Baylor in 2011 to play football…Played in 19 games with 13 starts during his three seasons at Baylor, registering 43 tackles (38 solo), including two tackles for a loss, four interceptions and 19 passes defensed…Earned his degree in general studies with a journalism minor at Baylor…Senior season (2013): Appeared in 11 games with 10 starts, earning honorable mention All-Big 12 recognition…Posted career highs in tackles (26), interceptions (three) and passes defensed (16)…Tied for the team lead in interceptions and led the Bears in passes defensed…Ranked sixth nationally and tied for the Big 12 lead with his average of 1.45 passes defensed per game…Tied for the team lead with 63 INT return yards…Received an extra season of eligibility in 2013 after his hardship waiver was granted…Missed the opening two games of the season (vs. Wofford, vs. Buffalo) due to injury…Posted an interception and two passes defensed in his first start of the season, adding an assisted tackle vs. West Virginia (Oct. 5)…Registered his second INT of the season vs. Oklahoma (Nov. 7), picking off a Blake Bell pass in the fourth quarter and returning it 42 yards to the Oklahoma 39, the longest INT return of his career. Posted a career-high three passes defensed and helped limit Oklahoma to 150 yards on 15-of-35 passing in the 41-12 win over the No. 12-ranked Sooners…Matched his career best with three passes defensed in the Bears’ 30-10 win vs. Texas (Dec. 7), a victory that clinched the Big 12 title and a berth in the Fiesta Bowl. It marked Baylor’s first outright title in any league since winning the Southwest Conference in 1980…Intercepted a Blake Bortles pass at the Baylor 6-yard line in the second quarter vs. Central Florida (Fiesta Bowl, Jan. 1)…Junior season (2012): Played in four games, starting the first three and recording 16 tackles (15 solo), including two tackles for a loss, an interception and three passes defensed…Broke his arm early in the game at West Virginia (Sept. 29), an injury that would end his season…Posted a career-high seven tackles (all solo), including one for a 3-yard loss, and a pass defensed in the season-opening win vs. Southern Methodist (Sept. 2)…Registered five tackles (all solo), one for a 2-yard loss, made his first career interception and added another pass defensed vs. Sam Houston State (Sept. 15)…Did not start, but returned two kickoffs for 49 yards (24.5 avg.) before suffering a broken arm in the first quarter that ended his season at West Virginia (Sept. 29)…Sophomore season (2011): Appeared in four contests, seeing time as a reserve CB and on special teams…Posted one solo tackle on defense and returned three kickoffs for 100 yards (33.3 avg.)…Sustained a season-ending ankle injury in the fifth game of the season, at Iowa State (Oct. 8)…Made his collegiate debut, posting a solo tackle in the first football game he had played since his sophomore year of high school, vs. Stephen F. Austin (Sept. 17)…Returned two kickoffs for 78 yards (39.0 avg.), including a career-long 42-yarder on the opening kickoff of the game, at Kansas State (Oct. 1)…2008-11: Played basketball for three seasons at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Wash. …Started 68 of 69 games in his final two seasons for the Zags, helping the team advance to the NCAA Tournament both of those seasons…Started 35 games at point guard during the 2010-11 season, one of only two players on the team to start every game, and averaged 5.2 points, 2.8 rebounds and 2.6 assists to help the Zags win their 11th consecutive West Coast Conference title…Posted a career-high 91 assists on the season…Started 33 of 34 games as a sophomore in 2009-10, with his lone non-start coming on Senior Night…Averaged 6.4 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.8 assists that season…Recorded six double-digit scoring games, including a career-high 22 points vs. Davidson in Seattle…As a freshman, drove the length of the floor and hit a floater with 0.9 seconds remaining to give Gonzaga an 83-81 win over Western Kentucky in the second round of the 2009 NCAA Tournament, securing its first Sweet 16 berth since 2006…Scored 11 points against St. Mary’s in the WCC Tournament title game in 2009.

PERSONAL

Given name Demetri Quarte Goodson…Nicknamed “Meech”…Born in Charleston W.Va. …Single…His older brother, Mike, was a running back with the N.Y. Jets, Oakland Raiders and Carolina Panthers from 2009-13…Their father, Mike, was a two-time letterman (1985-87) in basketball at the University of Pittsburgh, and their mother, Yolanda Pike, ran track at Pittsburgh…Also has an uncle, Demetrius Gore, who played basketball at Pittsburgh from 1984-88…His half-brother, Jakar Hamilton, plays safety for the Dallas Cowboys…High school: Attended Klein Collins High School in Spring, Texas, where he played football as a freshman and sophomore and basketball all four seasons…Was named to the All-Greater Houston Team as a senior in 2008 after averaging 16.7 points, 7.7 assists and 1.4 steals per game in leading the Tigers to a 31-5 record…Earned first-team All-State 5A honors as a junior, the largest classification in Texas…Averaged 16 points, seven assists and five rebounds that season and helped lead Collins to the Region 2 title game…As a sophomore in 2005, earned second-team All-District 14-5A honors at cornerback, his final season of football…Also played wide receiver and returned kicks…Community involvement: Volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House in Spokane, Wash., when he attended Gonzaga…Residence: Houston, Texas.

Pro Highlights

  • Saw action in six games and was inactive for 10 contests and both postseason games in 2014.
  • Registered six special teams tackles, No. 2 on the team among rookies behind only LB Jayrone Elliott.
  • Was selected by Green Bay in the sixth round with the No. 197 overall pick, becoming the first Baylor player to be drafted by the Packers since G Rell Tipton (seventh round) in 1977. Became the highest-drafted CB out of Baylor since Gary Baxter was selected by Baltimore in the second round in 2001.

COLLEGE

Began his collegiate career by playing basketball for three seasons at Gonzaga (2008-11) before transferring to Baylor in 2011 to play football…Played in 19 games with 13 starts during his three seasons at Baylor, registering 43 tackles (38 solo), including two tackles for a loss, four interceptions and 19 passes defensed…Earned his degree in general studies with a journalism minor at Baylor…Senior season (2013): Appeared in 11 games with 10 starts, earning honorable mention All-Big 12 recognition…Posted career highs in tackles (26), interceptions (three) and passes defensed (16)…Tied for the team lead in interceptions and led the Bears in passes defensed…Ranked sixth nationally and tied for the Big 12 lead with his average of 1.45 passes defensed per game…Tied for the team lead with 63 INT return yards…Received an extra season of eligibility in 2013 after his hardship waiver was granted…Missed the opening two games of the season (vs. Wofford, vs. Buffalo) due to injury…Posted an interception and two passes defensed in his first start of the season, adding an assisted tackle vs. West Virginia (Oct. 5)…Registered his second INT of the season vs. Oklahoma (Nov. 7), picking off a Blake Bell pass in the fourth quarter and returning it 42 yards to the Oklahoma 39, the longest INT return of his career. Posted a career-high three passes defensed and helped limit Oklahoma to 150 yards on 15-of-35 passing in the 41-12 win over the No. 12-ranked Sooners…Matched his career best with three passes defensed in the Bears’ 30-10 win vs. Texas (Dec. 7), a victory that clinched the Big 12 title and a berth in the Fiesta Bowl. It marked Baylor’s first outright title in any league since winning the Southwest Conference in 1980…Intercepted a Blake Bortles pass at the Baylor 6-yard line in the second quarter vs. Central Florida (Fiesta Bowl, Jan. 1)…Junior season (2012): Played in four games, starting the first three and recording 16 tackles (15 solo), including two tackles for a loss, an interception and three passes defensed…Broke his arm early in the game at West Virginia (Sept. 29), an injury that would end his season…Posted a career-high seven tackles (all solo), including one for a 3-yard loss, and a pass defensed in the season-opening win vs. Southern Methodist (Sept. 2)…Registered five tackles (all solo), one for a 2-yard loss, made his first career interception and added another pass defensed vs. Sam Houston State (Sept. 15)…Did not start, but returned two kickoffs for 49 yards (24.5 avg.) before suffering a broken arm in the first quarter that ended his season at West Virginia (Sept. 29)…Sophomore season (2011): Appeared in four contests, seeing time as a reserve CB and on special teams…Posted one solo tackle on defense and returned three kickoffs for 100 yards (33.3 avg.)…Sustained a season-ending ankle injury in the fifth game of the season, at Iowa State (Oct. 8)…Made his collegiate debut, posting a solo tackle in the first football game he had played since his sophomore year of high school, vs. Stephen F. Austin (Sept. 17)…Returned two kickoffs for 78 yards (39.0 avg.), including a career-long 42-yarder on the opening kickoff of the game, at Kansas State (Oct. 1)…2008-11: Played basketball for three seasons at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Wash. …Started 68 of 69 games in his final two seasons for the Zags, helping the team advance to the NCAA Tournament both of those seasons…Started 35 games at point guard during the 2010-11 season, one of only two players on the team to start every game, and averaged 5.2 points, 2.8 rebounds and 2.6 assists to help the Zags win their 11th consecutive West Coast Conference title…Posted a career-high 91 assists on the season…Started 33 of 34 games as a sophomore in 2009-10, with his lone non-start coming on Senior Night…Averaged 6.4 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.8 assists that season…Recorded six double-digit scoring games, including a career-high 22 points vs. Davidson in Seattle…As a freshman, drove the length of the floor and hit a floater with 0.9 seconds remaining to give Gonzaga an 83-81 win over Western Kentucky in the second round of the 2009 NCAA Tournament, securing its first Sweet 16 berth since 2006…Scored 11 points against St. Mary’s in the WCC Tournament title game in 2009.

PERSONAL

Given name Demetri Quarte Goodson…Nicknamed “Meech”…Born in Charleston W.Va. …Single…His older brother, Mike, was a running back with the N.Y. Jets, Oakland Raiders and Carolina Panthers from 2009-13…Their father, Mike, was a two-time letterman (1985-87) in basketball at the University of Pittsburgh, and their mother, Yolanda Pike, ran track at Pittsburgh…Also has an uncle, Demetrius Gore, who played basketball at Pittsburgh from 1984-88…His half-brother, Jakar Hamilton, plays safety for the Dallas Cowboys…High school: Attended Klein Collins High School in Spring, Texas, where he played football as a freshman and sophomore and basketball all four seasons…Was named to the All-Greater Houston Team as a senior in 2008 after averaging 16.7 points, 7.7 assists and 1.4 steals per game in leading the Tigers to a 31-5 record…Earned first-team All-State 5A honors as a junior, the largest classification in Texas…Averaged 16 points, seven assists and five rebounds that season and helped lead Collins to the Region 2 title game…As a sophomore in 2005, earned second-team All-District 14-5A honors at cornerback, his final season of football…Also played wide receiver and returned kicks…Community involvement: Volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House in Spokane, Wash., when he attended Gonzaga…Residence: Houston, Texas.