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97 Justin Bannan DT
Height/Weight: 6-3/312 | Birthdate: 4/18/1979 | Birthplace: Sacramento, CA, USA | Team: Detroit | College: Colorado | NFL Experience: 12 | Salary:   | Owned/Started%: 0/0

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Lions release Justin Bannan and claim D'Anthony Smith


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(9/25/2013) The Lions released defensive tackle Justin Bannan and claimed defensive tackle D'Anthony Smith off waivers from the Seahawks. The 34-year-old Bannan played in all three games this season, making one tackle.

Bannan back with the Broncos


(4/12/2012) Justin Bannan expects his second stint with the Denver Broncos to go much better than his first. The 11th-year defensive tackle signed a one-year deal Wednesday to return to the team he played for during a 4-12 season in 2010, the worst in franchise history. Now, he gets to play between Pro Bowl pass-rushers Elvis Dumervil, who missed the entire 2010 season, and Von Miller, the 2011 Defensive Rookie of the Year.

Bannan to be worked into 4-3


(9/1/2011) The Sports Xchange reports Wednesday that Rams new Defensive tackle Justin Bannan is glad to be with a team that plays the 4-3 defense. "It's good getting back into the 4-3 mode and doing a little bit more attacking," Bannan said. "It feels good to just come off the ball and play football. Last year I was in a 3-4 (with Denver), I was real far off the ball. It's a good change up to just come back here and turn it loose."

Bannan sent packing


(3/4/2011) Denver continued revamping its roster Thursday by releasing veteran defensive linemen Justin Bannan and Jamal Williams. Both were big additions to former coach Josh McDaniels' 3-4 defense last summer. The Broncos are going back to a 4-3 scheme under new coach John Fox, and the Broncos saved $1.5 million in bonus payments by cutting them loose.

Bannan gets first sack in awhile


(11/23/2010) Broncos DL Justin Bannan recorded his first sack in nearly two years in Week 11 against the Chargers. He brought down QB Philip Rivers in the 35-14 loss and finished with three total tackles.

Ravens defenders get in their licks


(10/5/2008) Notable Ravens defenders from Week 5 vs. the Titans include: DB Jim Leonhard (eight total tackles), LB Ray Lewis (seven total tackles), LB Jarrett Johnson (six total tackles), DL Justin Bannan (three total tackles, interception) and CB Chris McAlister (solo tackle, interception). Stud defenders Ed Reed and Bart Scott each registered three solo tackles while Terrell Suggs had three total tackles.

Bannan begins 2008 with sack


(9/7/2008) Ravens DL Justin Bannan had three tackles (two solo) and one sack Week 1 against the Bengals.

Bannan joins sack party


(12/23/2007) Ravens DL Justin Bannan totaled two tackles (all solo) and one sack during a Week 16 loss to the Seahawks. He now has 27 tackles and two sacks. His other sack came Oct. 14 against the Rams.

Ravens name their Week 14 inactives


(12/9/2007) The Ravens' list of inactives for Week 14 against the Colts includes RB Cory Ross, DB Gerome Sapp, WR Demetrius Williams, DL Edgar Jones and DL Justin Bannan.

Bannan mixes it up Week 6


(10/14/2007) Ravens DL Justin Bannan totaled five tackles (four solo), one sack and one forced fumble during a Week 6 win over the Rams. He now has nine tackles and one sack in six games.

Mark Clayton doing kickoffs


(12/4/2006) The Baltimore Ravens are turning to undrafted rookie Cory Ross and starting wide receiver Mark Clayton to replace return specialist B.J. Sams, whose season ended after he broke his right ankle. Ross will primarily handle kickoff returns with Clayton filling in as a punt returner behind nickel back Corey Ivy. Sams was the fifth-ranked kickoff returner and seventh-ranked punt returner in the NFL before he was injured during Thursday night's 13-7 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. He was placed on injured reserve Monday along with backup fullback Justin Green (torn anterior cruciate ligament) and defensive tackle Justin Bannan (dislocated toe). "Sometimes, life isn't fair and B.J. was having such a great year," Ravens coach Brian Billick said. Ross, a 5-foot-6, 201-pound undrafted free agent from Nebraska, was impressive during the preseason as a return specialist, but not enough to unseat Sams. Ross caught 43 passes for three touchdowns as a senior and led the Cornhuskers with 882 rushing yards.

Ravens put three on IR


(12/4/2006) On Monday, the Ravens placed FB Justin Green (knee), DT Justin Bannan (toe) and RB/KR B.J. Sams (ankle) on Injured Reserve.

Ravens list Week 13 inactives


(11/30/2006) Notable Ravens inactive for Week 13 at Cincinnati: DB David Pittman, RB P.J. Daniels, RB Corey Ross, LB Dan Cody, WR Devard Darling, TE Daniel Wilcox and DL Justin Bannan.

Bannan OUT for Week 13


(11/29/2006) Ravens DL Justin Bannan (toe) is out for Week 13 vs. Cincinnati.

Ravens add Justin Bannan


(3/13/2006) The Baltimore Sun reports the Ravens have signed DT Justin Bannan to a four-year contract. The deal included a $3 million signing bonus.


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