Was a standout with the Green Bay Packers, playing nine NFL seasons (2000-08) and logging 286 tackles ... Pro Bowl selection in 2003 ... Had 74.5 career sacks, including 10 or more four consecutive years from 2001-04, with a high of 13.5 to rank third in the league that year ... Finished career as Packers' all-time career sacks leader, moving past Hall of Famer Reggie White ... Most three-sack games in team history with five ... 17 multi-sack games and led the Packers in sacks five straight years ... Forced 18 fumbles and returned his only interception for a touchdown in 2002 ... Was a three-year starter and four-time letterman for San Diego State (1996-99) following a redshirt season in 1995 ... Finished his career as the Aztecs' all-time leader in sacks with 33, surpassing former Packer Mike Douglass, who had held the record with 26 ... Also had a school-record 46 tackles for loss among 242 total stops (138 solo), along with eight forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and six passes defended ... His 12 sacks in a season (accomplished in both 1997 and 1999) are the fourth best in San Diego State history ... Was a first-team all-conference selection each of his last three seasons (All-Western Athletic Conference in 1997 and '98, All-Mountain West Conference in 1999) ... Was named one of 12 finalists for the 'Bronko Nagurski Award,' presented annually to the nation's best defensive player, as a senior ... Started 35 consecutive games (all at defensive end) to finish his collegiate career ... Recorded at least one sack in 12 of his final 23 contests with the Aztecs ... Posted two-or-more sacks in six career games ... Played in the Senior Bowl and East-West Shrine Game as a senior ... He was a fifth-round selection of the Packers in the 2000 draft ... MWC all-decade team.