November 10, 1967 |
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
|Height||6 ft 2 in (188 cm)|
|Weight||265 lb (120 kg)|
|College||University of Northern Colorado|
|Career highlights and awards|
Recorded ten quarterback sacks in the 1993 season with the Eskimos.
|Awards||Tom Pate Nominee in 2000.|
|Honours||First Team All North Central Conference Linebacker in 1989. Voted to the University of Northern Colorado 50-Year Football Dream Team in 2002.|
|Records||Set the Edmonton Eskimos single game record for most special teams tackles in a playoff game with four in 1999. Roberts set the Eskimos franchise record for most special teams tackles in a game with five against the BC Lions in 2000. Holds the Eskimos franchise record for most special teams in a career with 163. Roberts finished his CFL career tied for fourth place (with former Toronto Argonaut linebacker Michael O'Shea) for most special teams tackles in the Canadian Football League's history.|
Jed Roberts (born November 10, 1967 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) was a Canadian Football League defensive end and linebacker who played thirteen seasons for the Edmonton Eskimos. His father was Jay Roberts, a former tight end with the Ottawa Rough Riders.
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