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Prince Amukamara

Prince Amukamara

Prince Amukamara

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Prince Amukamara

Born: June 6, 1989 in Leominster, Massachusetts

College: Nebraska

NFL Draft: 2011, Round 1, 19th overall selection by the Giants

NFL Teams: Giants (2011-2015), Jacksonville Jaguars (2016), Chicago Bears (2017-present)

Career Statistics: 309 tackles, 7 interceptions, 3 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveries

NFL Awards/Accomplishments: Super Bowl Champion (XLVI)

Spin: Prince missed the first 9 games of his NFL career with a foot injury, but intercepted a pass in his first career NFL game in a Sunday night game on November 20, 2011 against the Eagles. During his career with the Giants, he was a very solid CB when he was not banged up. He only played 16 games once in his Giants career, which came in 2013. In a Monday night game against the Colts in 2014, he tore his pectoral muscle. After another banged up season in 2015, he signed a one year deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars. After the 2016 season, he signed a one year deal with the Chicago Bears.


Prince Amukamara was always considered a soft spoken, fun-loving guy in the Giants locker-room. Health issues prevented him from becoming a big time cornerback in the NFL, but he will always have a Super Bowl ring as a member of Big Blue to look back on. Once A Giant Always A Giant.


Fun Fact about Prince Amukamara: He has five sisters, named Princess, Promise, Peace, Precious, and Passionate. Prince is of Royal Igbo Nigerian descentand his grandfather was the chief of Awo-Omamma in the Imo State of Nigeria. He currently is next in line to be the chief.