Jabar Gaffney Signed Florida Gator Football in Case. This would be a nice addition to anyone's Football Collection.Gaffney received anathletic scholarshipto attend the University of Florida inGainesville, Florida, where he played for coachSteve Spurrier'sFlorida Gators footballteam in2000and2001.The Gators coaching staff decided toredshirthim astrue freshmanin 1999. Gaffney became a prolific pass-catcher as a first-year starter for the Gators, and made a game-winning touchdown catch with fourteen seconds remaining to defeat theTennessee Volunteers27–23—a game that ultimately decided the 2000 winner of the Eastern Division of theSoutheastern Conference(SEC). He was a first-team All-SEC selection in 2000 and 2001, a first-teamAll-Americanin 2000, and a consensus first-team All-American after his sophomore season in 2001.He finished his two-season college career with 138 receptions for 2,375 yards and twenty-seven touchdowns, and was chosen by his teammates as the Gators' most valuable player.[Professional careerHouston TexansGaffney was selected with the 1st pick in the 2nd round of the2002 NFL Draftby theHouston Texans. His tenure with the team was marred by his often inconsistent play which led to his benching in favor of veteran receivers, in particularCorey Bradford. After his rookie contract was up the Texans chose not to re-sign him after putting up less-than stellar stats.Philadelphia EaglesOn March 16, 2006, the Eagles signed Gaffney to a one-year contract, but released him prior to the start of the regular season.New England PatriotsJabar Gaffney at the Patriots 2007 Training Camp.On October 9, 2006, Gaffney signed a two-year deal with the Patriots. 2007 was his first solid season. On March 5, 2008, Gaffney re-signed with the Patriots for one year worth $2 million.In his first-everplayoff game, on January 7, 2007 against theNew York Jets, Gaffney had a near-career day, catching eight passes for 104 yards, his second 100-yard performance as a receiver (in ten regular season games, Gaffney caught 11 passes for 142 yards and one touchdown.) Gaffney followed that performance a week later againstSan Diegowith another 100-yard game, in which he caught ten passes and scored a touchdown.Jabar Gaffney finished the 2008 season with 44receptionsfor 468 yards and two touchdowns. His longest reception was 37 yards. His best game came against the Cardinals in week 16, when he had 90 yards receiving.Denver BroncosOn February 27, 2009, Gaffney signed a four-year, $10 million contract with the Denver Broncos. The deal included $3 million guaranteed. In the Broncos' week 17 loss to Kansas City, he had a career day, catching 14 passes for 213 yards as the Broncos played withoutBrandon Marshall, who was benched for disciplinary reasons by head coachJosh McDaniels. He finished the 2009 season with 54 receptions for 732 yards and two touchdowns, ranking second on the team in receptions and receiving yards. Gaffney put up 875 yards in 2010.Washington RedskinsGaffney was traded to theWashington Redskinsfordefensive endJeremy Jarmonon July 27, 2011.FamilyGaffney and his wife Terin have a son, Jackson Tyrel Gaffney, and a daughter, Teagan Danae Gaffney.He is the son of formerNew York Jetswide receiverDerrick Gaffney, and the first cousin ofOakland RaiderscornerbackLito Sheppard.