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Draft Scout Tim Jamison News
10/15/12 - DE Tim Jamison left Sunday's game because of an injury to his Achilles tendon. He's out for the season after an MRI showed a tear.
10/15/12 - DE Tim Jamison left the Packers game because of an injury to his Achilles tendon. He'll undergo an MRI before determining if he needs surgery.
09/20/12 - DE Tim Jamison continues to play so well off the bench that he plays in the outside-inside rotation. He was excellent in preseason when he started four games in place of the injured J.J. Watt. He can play any position on the line. He has a sack and four tackles in two games.
09/10/12 - DE Tim Jamison came off the bench for a sack. He signed a two-year contract extension before the game. He played exceptionally well in preseason in place of the injured J.J. Watt. Jamison also can play on the nose and has become a valuable reserve.
08/05/12 - DE Tim Jamison is a four-year veteran who has moved into the starting lineup in place of the injured J.J. Watt (dislocated elbow). Jamison is one of the lunch-pail guys who get everything out of their ability, one of those guys the coaches love because they work hard and play hard and tend to overachieve.
"When somebody goes down, somebody's got to step up, and I want to be that guy to step up and have my coaches and teammates trust me," Jamison said. "Mental reps are like watching J.J. and (defensive end) Antonio (Smith), and they're attacking a block the wrong way. Then when I get a chance to get out there and face that block, I don't want to make that same mistake. Like I wouldn't want to make go in there and make the same mistake because that means I wasn't paying attention.
"Back in the day, I felt anxious and nervous (about playing a lot when another player was injured), but now I don't. People are going to get beat up in the season. My job is to prove I want to make this team and do anything my coaches and teammates need me to do."