2007
Game 1 vs. Pittsburgh 9/9: Started at RB and rushed for 35 yards on 11 carries (3.2 avg.) and a long of 7 yards…Added 2 receptions for 11 yards…Game 2 vs. Cincinnati 9/16: Started at RB and rushed for 216 yards on 27 carries (8.0 avg.) and 1 TD, including a 66-yard TD run…The 216 yards rushing marked his third-career 200-yard rushing performance and 31st career 100+ yards rushing performance of his career…The 216 yards rushing marked the sixth highest rushing performance in club history…Had three carries over 30 yards (31, 47, 66t)…Named NFL FedEx Ground Player of the Week…Part of an offense that established 554 net yards (3rd highest in club history) of offense and scored 51 points (T-4th in franchise history)…RB Jamal Lewis 216 yards rushing, QB Derek Anderson’s 328 yards passing and WR Braylon Edwards 146 yards and TE Kellen Winslow’s 100 yards receiving, marked the first time in club history to have a QB with 300-yards passing, a 100-yard rusher and two 100-yard receivers in the same contest…Had six rushing first downs…Had 15 carries and 158 yards rushing in the second half…Late in the 2nd quarter, had a 31-yard run to the Bengals 48-yard line, and three plays later, QB Derek Anderson hit TE Kellen Winslow for a 25-yard TD pass and a 27-21 lead…In the 3rd quarter, ran left guard for a 66-yard TD as the Browns opened a 41-31 lead…In the 4th quarter, rushed left tackle for 47 yards to the Bengals 23-yard line, and five-plays later K Phil Dawson connected on a 18-yard FG to open a 51-38 lead…Game 3 at Oakland 9/23: Started at RB and rushed for 56 yards on 15 carries (3.7 avg.), including a long of 15 yards…Also added 2 receptions for 22 yards…Game 4 vs. Baltimore 9/30: Started at RB and had 23 carries for 64 yards (2.8 avg.), with 1 rushing TD and a long of 28 yards…In the 2nd quarter, had a 28-yard run out to the Baltimore 41-yard line and six plays later K Phil Dawson converted a 41-yard FG to open a 17-3 lead…Also in the 2nd quarter, capped an 8-play, 31-yard (4:18) drive with a 1-yard TD plunge to open a 24-3 lead…Game 5 at New England 10/7: Started at RB and had 1 rush for 11 yards…On the first offensive play of the game, suffered a right foot injury and did not return…Game 6 vs. Miami 10/14: Inactive (right foot)…Game 7 at St. Louis 10/28: Started at RB and rushed for 61 yards on 17 carries (3.6 avg.), including a long of 12 yards…In the 2nd quarter, added 5 carries for 34 yards, including two consecutive first down rushes of 10 and 12 yards, on the Browns 9-play, 67-yard (5:04) drive, capped by Braylon Edwards 12-yard TD reception to cut the lead, 14-10…Game 8 vs. Seattle 11/4: Started at RB and had 20 carries for 37 yards and a career-high 4 rushing TDs…His 4 rushing TDs tied for second most in franchise history…Also added 4 receptions for 67 yards (16.8 avg.), including a long of 34 yards…In the 2nd quarter, capped a 9-play, 57-yard (4:58) drive with a 2-yard TD plunge to cut the deficit, 7-6…In the 3rd quarter, capped an 11-play, 69-yard (6:03) drive with a 1-yard TD run to cut the deficit, 21-16…In the 4th quarter, capped a 10-play, 54-yard (5:06) drive with a 2-yard TD rush to cut the deficit, 24-22…Also in the 4th quarter, capped a 14-play, 89-yard (5:38) drive with a 1-yard TD rush as the Browns opened a 30-27 lead…In the overtime session, took a screen pass 34 yards down to the Seattle 21-yard line and three plays later, K Phil Dawson converted a 25-yard FG for the 33-30 overtime win…Game 9 at Pittsburgh 11/11: Started at RB and rushed for 35 yards on 16 carries (2.2 avg.), including a long of 11 yards…Also had 3 receptions for 8 yards…Game 10 at Baltimore 11/18: Started at RB and rushed for 92 yards on 22 carries (4.2 avg.) and 1 rushing TD…Added 4 receptions for 30 yards (7.5 avg.), including a long of 25 yards…The game marked his 100th career game…In the 2nd quarter, capped a 6-play, 80-yard (2:56) drive with a 1-yard TD run to open a 10-0 lead…Game 11 vs. Houston 11/25: Started at RB and totaled 134 yards on a season-high 29 carries (4.6 avg.) and 1 rushing TD…Added 2 receptions for 13 yards…The 134-yards rushing marked his 32nd career 100-yard game and his second this season…Rushed 21 times for 91 yards in the second half, including 14 carries for 49 yards in the 4th quarter…In the 4th quarter, capped a 4-play, 30-yard (1:59) drive with a 1-yard TD run to open a 27-10 lead…Game 12 at Arizona 12/2: Started at RB and added 16 carries for 62 yards (3.9 avg.) and 3 receptions for 24 yards (8.0 avg.) and 1 receiving TD…In the 2nd quarter, capped a 10-play, 80-yard (6:01) drive with a 6-yard TD pass from Derek Anderson to cut the deficit, 14-10…Game 13 at N.Y. Jets 12/9: Started at RB and rushed for 118 yards on 21 carries (5.6 avg.) and 1 rushing TD…Also added 3 receptions for 19 yards (6.3 avg.) and 1 receiving TD…His 118 yards rushing marked his third game this season to top the 100-yard mark and 33rd of his career…Rushed for 90 yards in the 2nd half, including 65 yards in the 4th quarter…In the 2nd quarter, capped a 10-play, 80-yard (4:54) drive with a 7-yard TD pass from Derek Anderson to open a 7-0 lead…Sealed the Browns victory with a 31-yard TD run with 1:22 remaining in the 4th quarter to open a 24-15 lead…Game 14 vs. Buffalo 12/16: Started at RB and rushed for a 163 yards (4.9 avg.) on a season-high 33 carries, including a long of 26 yards…The 163 yards rushing marked his fourth 100-yard rushing game of the season and 34th of his career…Topped the 1,000 yard mark for the sixth time in his NFL career…Became the eighth Browns RB to top 1,000-yards rushing and marked the 21st time in franchise history…Started his 100th game of his career…Had 80 yards at the half…Rushed for 83 yards in the second half, including 69 in the fourth quarter…Game 15 at Cincinnati 12/23: Started at RB and had 21 carries for 92 yards (4.4 avg.), including a long of 15 yards…Added a season-high 5 receptions for 42 yards…Game 16 vs. San Francisco 12/30: Started at RB and rushed for 128 yards on 26 carries (4.9 avg.), including a long of 23 yards and 1 reception for 1 yard…The 128 yards rushing marked the fifth 100-yard performance this season and the 35th of his career…In the 1st quarter, topped the 9,000 yard rushing mark for his career and became only the 26th running back in NFL history to reach this milestone.

2006
In his seventh season with the Ravens, finished the year with 1,132 yards on 314 carries (3.6 avg.) and 9 TDs…Contributed with 18 receptions for 115 yards (6.4 avg.) and a long of 15 yards…Notched two 100-yard games at New Orleans on Oct. 29, and vs. Cleveland on Dec. 17…Logged 18 carries for 78 yards and 1 TD in the season opener at Tampa Bay on Sept. 10…Posted 19 rushes for 70 yards vs. Oakland on Sept. 17…Totaled 21 carries for 86 yards at Cleveland on Sept. 24…Registered 15 rushes for 34 yards vs. San Diego on Oct. 1…Tallied 15 rushes for 43 yards at Denver on Oct. 9…Recorded 9 carries for 41 yards vs. Carolina on Oct. 15…Finished with his first 100-yard game at New Orleans on Oct. 29, after posting 31 rushes for 109 yards…Notched 24 carries for 72 yards vs. Cincinnati on Nov. 5, and contributed with 3 receptions for 15 yards…Logged 16 rushes for 45 yards at Tennessee on Nov. 12…Matched a career-high 3 TDs vs. Atlanta on Nov. 19, while recording 22 carries for 91 yards and added 3 catches for 17 yards…Tallied 17 rushes for 66 yards and 1 TD vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 26…Posted 17 rushes for 61 yards at Cincinnati on Nov. 30, while adding 2 receptions for 26 yards…Registered 24 carries for 81 yards and 1 TD at Kansas City on Dec. 10…Logged his second 100-yard game of the season vs. Cleveland on Dec. 17, after totaling 22 rushes for 109 yards and 1 TD…Added another TD at Pittsburgh on Dec. 24, while recording 24 rushes for 77 yards…In the season finale vs. Buffalo on Dec. 31, finished with 20 carries for 69 yards…Totaled 13 rushes for 53 yards vs. Indianapolis in the AFC Divisional Playoff game on Jan. 13, 2007.

2005
Led the Ravens with 1,097 combined yards from scrimmage (906 rushing and 191 receiving) despite being slowed by offseason (Jan. 2005) ankle surgery…Led the Ravens with 54 first downs (48 rushing and 6 receiving)…Had 81 yards rushing and 1 TD on 29 carries vs. N.Y. Jets on Oct. 2…Carried the ball 19 times for 95 yards at Detroit on Oct. 9, grabbed 2 receptions for 17 yards and 1 TD…Posted his first 100-yard rushing game with 23 carries, 113 yards and 1 TD at Cincinnati on Nov. 27…Started and recorded his 28th career 100-yard game with 22 carries for 105 yards and 1 TD vs. Green Bay on Dec. 19…In the season finale at Cleveland on Jan. 1, picked up 89 yards on 20 carries and hauled in 3 passes for 29 yards.

2004
Started 12 games and rushed for 1,006 yards on 235 carries (4.3 avg.) and 7 TDs…Marked his fourth 1,000-yard rushing season…Also pulled in 10 passes for 116 yards…Recorded four 100-yard rushing games, including his fifth-highest total (186 yards on 18 carries) and the longest rush from scrimmage in the NFL in 2004 (75 yards) at Cincinnati on Sept. 26…Missed two games due to an ankle injury and two others due to a suspension…Posted 2 TDs vs. Pittsburgh on Sept. 19…Rushed 18 times for 186 yards for a career-high and franchise-record 10.3 yards per carry average at Cincinnati on Sept. 26…With his 186-yard performance, went over the 5,000-yard rushing mark, becoming the fifth-fastest ever to reach the mark…He was the fifth-youngest back to achieve the feat…Lewis also tied an NFL record (Terrell Davis vs. Seattle – 1996-01) with his seventh-consecutive 100-yard rushing game against a single opponent…Carried the ball 28 times for 116 yards at Washington on Oct. 10…Rushed for 130 yards on 20 carries at Indianapolis on Dec. 19…Recorded his fourth 100-yard rushing game of the season with 167 yards on 34 carries and 1 TD vs. Miami on Jan. 2, 2005.

2003
Started all 16 games and earned his first Pro Bowl invitation after leading the NFL with 2,066 yards rushing…Set a franchise record with 14 rushing TDs and was second in the league with 2,271 combined yards from scrimmage…Named 2003 Associated Press Offensive Player of the Year…Named first-team Associated Press All-Pro for the first time in his career…Earned Pro Football Weekly/PFWA Most Valuable Player honors…Named to the Pro Football Weekly All-NFL team, Football Digest All-Pro first-team and the Sporting News first-team All-Pro honors…The fifth player in NFL history to record 12 100-yard games in a single season…Posted the greatest single-game rushing performance in the 83-year history of the NFL with 295 yards rushing and 2 TDs on 30 carries vs. Cleveland on Sept. 14, earning him AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors, and also had the longest rush in franchise history with his 82-yard TD run on his first touch of the game…Carried the ball 23 times for 132 yards and 1 TD at San Diego on Sept. 21…Rushed a career-high 32 times for 134 yards and 1 TD vs. Denver on Oct. 26…Carried the ball 30 times for 180 yards and had his ninth 100-yard rushing game vs. Cincinnati on Dec. 7, and also scored a career-high and franchise-record 3 rushing TDs…Earned Offensive AFC Player of the Week honors as his posted his 11th 100-yard (and second 200-yard) game of the season with 205 yards on 22 carries at Cleveland on Dec. 21…Carried the ball 27 times for 114 yards and 1 TD in the season finale vs. Pittsburgh on Dec. 28…Earned AFC Offensive Player of the Month honors for December after carrying the ball 103 times for 624 yards and 6 TDs in four games.

2002
Returned after missing the 2001 season due to a knee injury to play in all 16 games, starting 15…Finished sixth in the AFC and eighth in the NFL with 1,327 yards rushing and 6 TDs on 308 attempts…Had five 100-yard rushing games…Ranked sixth in the AFC and eighth in the NFL with 1,769 combined yards from scrimmage…Third on the team with career highs in receptions (47) and yards (442) and 1 TD…Became Ravens’ all-time rusher leader with 2,691 yards and rushing attempts (617) in 2002…Tied his then-career high with 187 yards rushing on 26 carries at Cleveland on Oct. 6…Led the team with a career-high 7 receptions for 51 yards at Indianapolis on Oct. 13…Rushed 17 times for 95 yards vs. Tennessee on Nov. 24…Recorded his fourth 100-yard rushing game at Cincinnati on Dec. 1, and carried the ball 22 times for 121 yards…Caught 4 passes for a career-high 108 yards, including a career-long 77-yard TD catch in the 3rd quarter vs. New Orleans on Dec. 8.

2001
Suffered a season-ending knee injury the first week of training camp and was placed on Injured-Reserve on Aug. 28.

2000
In his rookie season, rushed for 1,364 yards and 6 TDs on 309 carries as a member of the Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens…Joined Tony Dorset as the only rookies to run for 1,000 yards for the eventual Super Bowl Champions…Combined for 2,038 yards in the regular season and postseason, rushing and receiving…Was a unanimous all-rookie choice, but finished second for NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year honors behind Denver’s Mike Anderson…Had 296 yards receiving for 1,608 yards from scrimmage (sixth in the AFC and tops among NFL rookies)…In the playoffs, gained 338 yards on 103 carries and 4 TDs…Rushed for over 100 yards in seven games (five in the regular season)…Made his first NFL start at Miami on Sept. 17, with 76 yards on 9 carries…Rushed for a season-high 187 yards on 28 carries vs. Dallas on Nov. 19…Rushed for 170 yards on a season-high 30 carries and 2 TDs vs. Cleveland on Nov. 26…Won NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month for November…Rushed for 102 yards on 27 carries and 1 rushing TD in Super Bowl XXXV win over N.Y. Giants on Jan. 28, 2001, which was his seventh 100-yard game of the season.

College Highlights
Finished third on Tennessee’s all-time rushing list with 2,677 yards and fourth with 3,161 all-purpose yards despite playing only three seasons…Started 9-of-10 games as a junior in 1999 and led the Vols with 816 yards and 7 TDs on 182 carries….Caught 15 passes for 193 yards and 1 TD…Was an All-SEC second-team selection…Recorded four 100-yard games plus a 99-yard rushing effort as a junior…Tied the school mark with 13th-career 100-yard game vs. Arkansas, when he rushed 19 times for 147 yards and 1 TD…Raced 70 yards for a TD vs. South Carolina and finished with 146 yards on 14 carries…Gained 497 yards on 73 carries in four starts as a sophomore in 1998…Raced 67 yards for 1 TD vs. Auburn on Oct. 3, and finished with 140 yards on 18 carries, but suffered a right knee injury that ended his sophomore season…Earned Freshman All-America honors in 1997 by The Sporting News and won the SEC’s Freshman of the Year Award from the Associated Press…Led the country in rushing among freshmen (3rd in the SEC and 14th in the country) with 1,364 yards on 232 carries and 7 TDs…Also caught 23 passes for 275 yards and 2 TDs…Lewis’ 1,364 rushing yards was second-most in school history…Was the first true freshman in Vols history to rush for over 1,000 yards…Gained over 200 yards rushing twice…Carried the ball 31 times for 127 yards in the SEC Championship game vs. Auburn…Gained 90 yards on 14 carries in the FedEx Orange Bowl loss to Nebraska…In his first career start, had 155 yards rushing and 1 TD vs. Ole Miss.

Personal
Rated the top FB prospect in the nation by Super Prep coming out of Douglas (Atlanta, Ga.) High School…Prep Star rated him as the No. 2 southern RB…Rushed for 1,716 yards and 25 TDs as a senior and earned AAAA All-State and All-City honors…Named MVP of the Georgia-Florida All-Star Game with 137 yards on 11 carries (12.4 avg.) and 2 TDs…Gained 1,923 yards and scored 28 TDs as a junior and 1,240 yards and 15 TDs as a sophomore…In his three years as a starter, he rushed for a school-record 4,879 yards and 68 TDs…Also ran track…Arts and Science major…Hosted a Holiday party at the Druid Hill YMCA where he donated 120 new bicycles that were distributed to area children in 2000…Also donated bikes to Northwest PAL Youth Football Team…Contributed money to the Center for Poverty Solutions, helping to raise over $82,000 to fund its programs to help impoverished individuals and families throughout Baltimore and Maryland in 2002…Hosted a Holiday party at ESPNZone for underprivileged children in 2002 and 2003…Served as a coach for the Baltimore City Urban Tennis camp at McDaniel College…Hosted golf tournament for his Another Love for One Foundation Hayfield Golf Course in 2003 and 2004…In 2004, flew his mother and brother to Hawaii for the Pro Bowl and took them to visit a military unit at Pearl Harbor…Through his charitable arm, Another Love for One Foundation, donated infant furniture and others supplies to new Habitat for Humanity homeowner Robin Edwards at the NFL/United Way Hometown Huddle in 2004…Served Thanksgiving dinner to young men at Aunt Hattie’s Place, a year-round residential facility for youth…Participated in the All Community Team Auction Party, helping to raise over $200,000 in the silent and live auctions…Joined teammates at Aunt Hattie’s Place, a residential home for boys aged 9-18, to serve Thanksgiving Dinner in Nov. 2005…Voted as the 2005 Media Good Guy by Baltimore area media group…Full name: Jamal Lafitte Lewis.