Started at right guard all 16 games...Was part of an offensive line that started the first 12 games of the season together…Credited with minus two reception yardage when he received a lateral following a John Beck to Patrick Cobbs completed pass at Pittsburgh on Nov. 26.

Started all 16 games at center, the second straight year in which he opened all 16 contests…Missed only 17 snaps all season long…Key part of a line that led the way for a running game which averaged 4.2 yards per carry.

Stared all 16 games…Opened the first 13 contests at right guard and the final three at center for the injured Seth McKinney (lower leg)…Part of an offensive line that yielded just 26 sacks, the fourth-lowest in the NFL, and led a running game that averaged 118.6 yards an outing and 4.3 yards per rush, which ranked seventh and fourth in the AFC, respectfully…Took part in every offensive snap in 14 of 16 contests over the course of the year.

As a rookie with Miami, played in 15 games, including seven starts…Dressed but did not play in one contest…Made his first NFL start at left guard in place of the injured Jeno James (knee) at Seattle on Nov. 21…Also started the following week at San Francisco on Nov. 28…Moved over and started the final five games at right guard.

College Highlights
Four-year letterman (2000-03) and three-year starter (2001-03) at Houston…Started all 13 games at center as a senior after playing guard his first three seasons…Named as a first-team All-Conference USA pick…Did not allow a sack in more than 400 pass attempts…Set team record with 196 knockdown blocks…Played in the Hula Bowl following the season…Started all 12 games at guard as a junior…Named as a second team All-Conference USA choice…Did not allow a sack in 11 of 12 games…Named the Cougars’ Offensive Player of the Week for his performance against Texas as he recorded seven pancake blocks and 13 knockdowns…Started 11 games as a sophomore…Did not give up a sack…Played in all 11 games as a redshirt freshman…Redshirted as a true freshman in 1999…Majored in economics.

Full name is Jonathan Rex Hadnot, Jr….Born Jan. 28, 1982 in Lufkin, Texas…Has a daughter, Kalyn Denise…Attended Lufkin (Texas) High School…Named the best offensive lineman in District 12-5A as a senior in 1998…Helped lead his team to a 10-4 record and the quarterfinals of the state playoffs as a senior…Is a cousin of former Texas Tech running back James Hadnot, a third-round draft choice of Kansas City in 1980, who played with the Chiefs through 1983.