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Draft Scout D''Brickashaw Ferguson News
04/08/16 - LT D'Brickashaw Ferguson of the Jets is retiring at the age of 32 after 10 seasons in the NFL, according to reports. Ferguson, the fourth overall pick in the 2006 draft, played every game in 10 seasons -- 167 consecutive starts, including the playoffs.
The 6-6, 310-pound Ferguson, a Pro Bowl selection from 2009 to 2011, missed only one offensive snap in 10 years and that was a trick play when the entire offensive line was removed. Ferguson has a $14.1 million cap charge for 2016, and his retirement frees up $9 million in cap room. Two years remain on Ferguson's eight-year, $73.6 million contract.
12/09/13 - T D'Brickashaw Ferguson made his team-record 125th consecutive start Sunday, when the Jets beat the Raiders, 37-27. Ferguson, a first-round pick of the Jets in 2006, is the only NFL player drafted in 2006 to play in and start every single game of his NFL career.
09/13/13 - LT D'Brickashaw Ferguson was ejected Thursday in the final minute of the Jets' 13-10 loss to the Patriots. Ferguson was in the middle of a fracas that broke out after the Jets' Nick Mangold tackled Patriots CB Aqib Talib at the knees as Talib approached the sideline following his game-sealing interception of Geno Smith. Ferguson was captured taking swings at Patriots players, but the Jets are confident he won't be suspended for the incident.
02/23/12 - LT D'Brickashaw Ferguson helped the Jets clear some cap space by agreeing to convert $9 million of his $9.985 million salary in 2012 to a signing bonus, according to the New York Daily News.
The converted signing bonus will be spread over the remaining six years of his eight-year, $73.6 million contract, translating to $7.5 million in additional salary cap space for the Jets this year.
Ferguson is coming off his third consecutive Pro Bowl selection despite having a bit off an off season in 2011.