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Reed Doughty
SS #37
Northern Colorado
Greeley, CO, USA


  • Originally selected by the Washington Redskins in the sixth round (173rd overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft.
  • Signed with the Redskins as an unrestricted free agent on March 11, 2009.


  • Originally selected by the Washington Redskins in the sixth round (173rd overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft.
  • Signed with the Redskins as an unrestricted free agent on March 11, 2009.



  • Played in 76 career games with 36 starts and one postseason appearance.
  • Totaled 336 career tackles (219 solo), along with 88 special teams tackles.
  • Registered 3.5 sacks, one interception and two fumble recoveries.
  • In 2008, he was voted the Redskins’ Ed Block Courage Award winner, which is given each year to a player on each NFL team that exemplifies commitment to the principles of sportsmanship and courage.


2011 (Redskins)

  • Played in and started all 16 regular season games with 11 starts.
  • Totaled 87 tackles (52 solo), and three tackles for a loss.
  • Had two passes defensed, two forced fumbles, and one fumble recovery.
  • Also added 13 tackles on special teams.
  • Had three games with 10 or more tackles.


2010 (Redskins)

  • Played in 15 games with nine starts.
  • Had 84 total tackles (43 solo), one sack and one pass defended.
  • On special teams, he had 16 tackles and one forced fumble.
  • Had five games with 10 or more tackles.


2009 (Redskins)

  • Played in 15 regular season games, with seven starts, before being placed on Injured Reserve with an ankle sprain (12/30).
  • Established career highs in tackles (93), solo tackles (77), tackles for loss (4), sacks (two), interceptions (one), and fumble recoveries (one).
  • Finished fourth on the team in tackles (93) and second in special team stops (21).
  • Recorded 10 tackles (career-high nine solo) vs. Kansas City (10/18).
  • Has 10 tackles three times (vs. Kansas City, 10/18; vs. Denver 11/15; at Philadelphia 11/29).
  • Notched three tackles (two solo) and the first full sack of his career when he brought down quarterback Donovan McNabb in the second quarter vs. Philadelphia (10/26).
  • Recorded four tackles (two solo) and his first career interception vs. Dallas (12/27).
  • Left the game in the second quarter following his interception vs. Dallas with an ankle injury and did not return.
  • Placed on Injured Reserve (12/30) with an ankle sprain.


2008 (Redskins)

  • Played in four regular season games, with three starts
  • Suffered a back injury and was placed on injured reserve (10/12)
  • Recorded 18 tackles (15 solo) and one pass defended
  • Posted three special teams tackles
  • Had a season-high eight tackles and two special teams stops against Arizona (9/21)
  • Saw action at cornerback against Dallas (9/28) due to injuries to Shawn Springs and Fred Smoot
  • Was named the team’s Ed Block Courage Award winner for 2008 


2007 (Redskins)

  • Played in 16 regular season games with six starts.
  • Made his NFL postseason debut with five tackles at Seattle (1/5).
  • Had 51 tackles, two passes defensed and 0.5 sacks.
  • Finished third on the team in special teams tackles (16).
  • Made his first career start at Dallas (11/18).
  • In six games as a starter, led the team in tackles (44).
  • Recorded a career-high 11 tackles at the New York Giants (12/16).
  • Credited with a half-sack against Chicago (Brian Griese, 12/6), the first of his career.


2006 (Redskins)

  • Played in 10 games during his rookie campaign.
  • Had 19 special teams stops and three tackles.
  • Made his NFL debut at Dallas (9/17).
  • Recorded three tackles at the New York Giants (10/8).



  • Led all I-AA players with 159 total tackles (76 solo) while recording 10 or more tackles in 10-of-11 games at Northern Colorado; also finished with four interceptions, eight passes defensed and three forced and recovered fumbles as a senior.
  • Named the nation's top vote candidate for first-team Academic All-American honors and was also one of 16 finalists for the Draddy Trophy, known as the "Academic Heisman.”
  • His 2005 honors included Walter Camp Football Foundation I-AA All-America Team, Sports Network I-AA All-America First Team, Associated Press I-AA All-America First Team, American Football Coaches Association I-AA All-America Team, Buck Buchanan Award Finalist (Nation's Best I-AA Defensive Player), ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America First Team.
  • Started all 11 games during his junior campaign and recorded 116 tackles (65 solo), six tackles for a loss, 11 passes defensed, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and six interceptions.
  • Earned Associated Press Third-Team All-America, ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Second Team and First-Team All-Great West Football Conference Honors.
  • Started all 11 games as a sophomore and led the team in tackles for the second straight season with 87 tackles (53 solo) and one fumble recovery.
  • Started 13-of-14 games as a redshirt freshman and compiled 104 tackles, nine passes defensed, one forced fumble and four interceptions.
  • Graduated from Northern Colorado as the school’s first-ever three-time Academic All-American and had a perfect 4.0 GPA in sport and exercise science.



  • A consensus first team All-State selection by the Rocky Mountain News and Denver Post at Roosevelt High School.
  • Finished his senior season with 116 tackles, eight interceptions and as a kicker led class 2A with 61 points (52 extra points, three field goals). He was a two time all-conference performer.
  • Also earned All-Conference honors in basketball and track.
  • Works closely with Kidney Kids, an organization devoted to supporting children with kidney diseases and illnesses as well as their families.
  • Served as the Honorary Chairman of the National Kidney Foundation’s Kidney Walk in Prince George’s County in 2009 and 2010. The event is an opportunity for patients, family, friends and businesses to come to together to support the 26 million Americans with chronic kidney disease and the 80,000 awaiting transplants.
  • Also works with the Spinal Research Foundation, which is dedicated to improving spinal health care through research and education.
  • Served as an honorary chair for the “We’ve Got Your Back” four-mile race to help benefit The Spinal Research Foundation.
  • Joined President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House Easter Egg Roll to help kids learn the value of good health during the 2010 offseason.
  • Was a guest panelist at The Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation’s 4th & Life Freshman Football Forum, teaching high school football players what it takes to be successful on and off the field in 2009.
  • As part of the Redskins Charitable Foundation, encouraged kids to remain physically active through 4th and Life, and Redskins Youth Fitness Zone, and distributed coats to needy children during Randle El Warms Up Washington’s Youth in 2009.
  • In 2009, served as a guest judge for the DC101 Chili Cook-Off whose proceeds are donated to the National Capital Area chapter of the National Kidney Foundation.
  • Is hearing impaired and first experienced hearing loss as a child; was featured on the cover of Hearing Loss Magazine for the November/December 2008 issue.
  • Partnered with teammates and Kidney Care Partners to speak to legislators on Capitol Hill regarding the importance of kidney disease awareness, prevention and education in June 2008.
  • Married his wife, Katherine, in 2002.  Couple has two sons, named Micah and Caleb.
  • Son, Micah, suffered kidney failure as a baby, but received a successful kidney transplant and is now doing well.
TOTAL 107 506 336 170 3.5 0 11 3 0 39 -- 25
2013 WAS 15 80 47 33 0 -- 2 1 0 25 25 25
2012 WAS 16 69 44 25 0 -- 1 1 0 1 1 1
2011 WAS 16 88 58 30 0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2010 WAS 15 93 54 39 1 -- 2 -- -- -- -- --
2009 WAS 15 91 75 16 2 -- 3 1 0 13 13 13
2008 WAS 4 19 15 4 0 -- 1 -- -- -- -- --
2007 WAS 16 53 32 21 0.5 -- 2 -- -- -- -- --
2006 WAS 10 13 11 2 0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --

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