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Draft Scout Jeff Heath News
01/16/17 - S Jeff Heath became the third player in team postseason history with a sack and an interception against the Packers on Sunday -- both the first of his playoff career. He joined Thomas Everett (one sack, two INT) vs. Buffalo on Jan. 31, 1993, and Leon Lett (one sack, 1 INT) on Jan. 14, 1996, against Green Bay.
12/19/16 - SS Jeff Heath intercepted Jameis Winston in the fourth quarter to set up a Dallas field goal. It marked his fourth career interception, third against the Buccaneers, after he recorded a career-high two picks last season at Tampa Bay on Nov. 15.
10/05/16 - S Jeff Heath will serve as the emergency kicker if Dan Bailey can't go Sunday.
04/13/16 - S Jeff Heath, a restricted free agent with the Cowboys, was re-signed to a four-year contract Wednesday (April 13). Heath, 24, was set to make $1.671 million this season, but the Cowboys locked him up to a longer deal for his special teams play and ability to play multiple roles defensively.
Heath has played in 46 of 48 regular-season games with Dallas over the last three seasons, making 102 tackles and three interceptions. He made one start at safety in 2015, spending most of his time on special teams. He finished fourth on the team in special teams tackles in 2014 with eight and in 2015 his nine special teams tackles led the team.
11/15/15 - S Jeff Heath picked off Tampa Bay QB Jameis Winston twice Sunday on deflected passes inside the Cowboys 20. They were his first interceptions since 2003, giving him three in his career. "He was around the ball a lot,'' said coach Jason Garrett. "He made some tackles, then made two signature plays taking the ball away down in the red areas."