The Arizona Cardinals are the fifth NFL linebacker Jeremy Cash has played for in the league in his two seasons. He began his career with the Carolina Panthers, who signed him as an unencumbered Free Agent in 2016. After spending just over a season with the Panthers, he switched to the New York Jets, the New York Giants, the Cleveland Browns, and then the Arizona Cardinals.
Cash played high school football at Plantation High School, Broward County, and college football at Duke University.
Who Is Jeremy Cash, The NFL Linebacker?
Jeremy Cash was born December 9, 1992, in Miami, Florida. He attended Plantation High School in Broward County where he blossomed as a soccer player. In his sophomore year, he recorded a total of eighty-two tackles, 9 sacks, and an interception. As a junior, he made ninety-six tackles, twenty-three of which were for losses, seven sacks, two interceptions, and a forced fumble.
In his senior season, he missed five games due to a knee injury. Rivals.com rated him a 3-star recruit and the 25th best safe in the country. Jeremy Cash also played basketball and was also active in athletics. He has a personal record time of 11.76 seconds in a 100-meter run and also a personal record time of 24.06 seconds in a 200-meter run.
Cash had scholarship opportunities in South Florida, Wisconsin, Arizona State, Florida State, Nebraska, Colorado, but chose Ohio State over all others. After a year in Ohio, he transferred to Duke University. At Ohio State, he played only five games and only took three tackles.
Under the NCAA’s transfer rules, Jeremy was benched for the entire 2012 season. In 2013 he played all thirteen games with 121 tackles and 3 interceptions. In 204 he played all thirteen games and started all of them. This season he had 111 tackles, 2 interceptions, and 5.5 sacks. Cash was eligible to play in the 2015 NFL Draft but decided to stay with Duke for his senior season.
As a senior international, he played twelve games and scored a hundred tackles (eighteen losses), eight quarterbacks, four misses, three forced fumbles, one fumble recovery, and 2.5 sacks. This season he received several awards as National Defender of the Week. He was also named ACC Defensive Player of the Year and was the first Blue Devils player to be so honored since his debut in 1993.
He was also the first Duke player after running back Robert Baldwin to receive one of the two Player of the Year awards. Baldwin won the 1994 Offensive and Overall Player of the Year awards. Jeremy Cash had to forgo the Duke’s Pinstripe Bowl against Indiana due to wrist surgery.
He was a finalist for the Lott Impact Trophy, also for the Jim Thorpe and Chuck Bednarik awards. Cash also received a Consensus All-American Honors and was named the Carmen Falcone MVP of Duke Football.
After a very successful college career, cash was supposed to be collected in the second or third round of the 2016 NFL Draft, but it didn’t happen because it was not collected in the NFL Draft that year.
The Carolina Panthers later signed him as a free player without draft after about twenty other teams offered him a spot on their team. He preferred the Panthers to all others. The franchise provided for Cash to play a hybrid linebacker role, a role that has recently become quite popular among NFL teams.
To prepare for the position, Cash ate about four or five times in one day and soon gained 16 pounds. Throughout the preseason, he played in special teams and kick and punt transmissions, but as soon as the regular season began, all linebacker roles were taken over by proven veterans. Cash had a calf injury in September and was put on the injury reserve, and the following month the team fired him.
The New York Jets accepted him into their training squad in October and released him the following month (November). That same month he was signed by the New York Giants, who released him on December 19. On December 20, he was recalled by the Cleveland Browns, who released him in March 2018.
The Arizona Cardinals reclaimed him from the waiver in March 2018. In August, he was put on reserve after suffering an ACL and MCL rupture during the preseason.
The linebacker has chosen not to speak very loudly about his personal life, so not much is known about his family and early life. You can only find his mother’s name as Alisha Sneed on the internet, and nothing is said or known about his father or siblings if he has any.
How Tall Is Jeremy Cash? Height, Weight
Cash stands at a height of 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in) and weighs 104 kg or 230 lbs. He had to gain 16 pounds in 2016 to be a hybrid linebacker for the Panthers, but he never got the chance.