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Avery Williamson

AveryWilliamson

Linebacker #54 Tennessee Titans

I was born in Cleveland, Ohio but raised in the backwoods of West Tennessee. I grew up working with my father on our cattle farm, which taught me many things that I carry with me to this day. There was always something to do around the house that I didn’t enjoy doing, but I would never refuse to finish the task. There were many times I hated being in the heat or shivering in the freezing cold, but it made me tougher mentally.  Football related to my everyday life in a sense that I couldn’t give up on my dreams no matter how hard it got.

When you think about the life you’ve lived so far, what way would you describe it? The one word that will describe me the best is determination. Most people know me from what they see on the tv screen, or from the blog sites online, but not many know the real person behind the helmet. Here’s a look into the life of Avery Williamson.

Something people may not know about me...

Passion

I love being around live stock as crazy as it sounds and I plan on having a huge ranch one day after I finish playing.

Fear

Something I am terrified of are spiders. No matter the size of the spider, they all freak me out.

Motivation

My dad never forced me to do anything in sports. He didn't care about the sports more so my education. I was always self motivated.

Hobby

My go to for relaxation and entertainment is fishing. I love fishing and do it as often as I can.

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    Tackles Total
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Track Record

- Education -

  • University of Kentucky

    Strategic Communication Degree

    2010-2014

    Graduated in 2014 with a degree in integrated strategic communications.

  • Milan High School

    Honor Student

    2006-2009

    Was named the Outstanding Senior of his graduating high school class, recognizing academics, character and athletics. He was also a member of the honor-student club and the Spanish Club.

- Football Team -

  • Tennessee Titans

    Linebacker

    2014 & Present

    The Titans used their fifth-round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft on Avery Williamson The 6-foot-1-inch, 246-pound defender arrives in the NFL with a reputation as an aggressive, downhill, sure-tackling inside linebacker.

  • Kentucky Wildcats

    Linebacker

    2010 & 2013

    Avery played in all 13 games as a true freshman, totaling 10 tackles and one pass break-up. In 2011, he played in all 12 games, recording 49 tackles.

  • Milan Bulldogs

    Linebacker

    2008 & 2009

    Avery led his team to consecutive 14-1 records as a junior and senior (2008 & 2009), losing only in the state championship finals each year to Alcoa High School

My Training Technique

Jogging
Swimming
Yoga
Weight Lifting
Eating Right
Resting

Recognition

AS A SENIOR (2013), he played in 12 games with 11 starts. He finished the season as Kentucky’s leading tackler for the second consecutive year, posting 102 total tackles to tie for fourth in the SEC. Additionally, he posted four tackles for loss, one sack, three quarterback hurries and two fumble recoveries. Served as captain in all 12 games. Had double-digit tackles in four games. Named All-SEC first team by CollegeSportsMadness.com. Earned All-SEC second-team honors from Associated Press, SEC Coaches, ESPN.com, Phil Steele’s College Football and Athlon Sports. Also named to the SEC Community Service Team.

  • Career Highlights

    Senior Year

    Avery was a team captain and led the squad in tackles for the second consecutive season.

  • Career Highlights

    Senior Year

    His 102 tackles tied for fourth place in the SEC.

  • Career Highlights

    Junior Year

    Avery achieved career highs with 135 tackles and three sacks.

  • Kentucky Football Representative

    2013

    He was chosen to represent the Kentucky football program on a educational trip in Ethiopia.

Media & Events

Charity Donation

The Tennessean

Titan's Avery Williamson wears 9/11 cleats despite fine threat

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Charity Donation

Charity Auction

Supporting wounded service men and woman from Operation Warrior Wishes

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CMT AWARDS 2016

CMT AWARDS 2016

Avery Williamson at the CMT Awards 2016

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Avery Williamson News Interview

WSMV's Interview

Titans LB Avery Williamson talks importance of OTAs

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Avery Williamson Interview

Titan's Interview

Avery's opinion of QB Marcus Mariota

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Titans Most Valuable Assets

Fansided Top 10 Analysis

Titans Most Valuable Assets

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Tennessee Titans

Youth Football Camp

Boys & Girls Clubs Of Middle Tennessee

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Avery Williamson

Youth Football Camp

Boys & Girls Clubs Of Middle Tennessee

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Youth Football Camp

Boys & Girls Clubs Of Middle Tennessee

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Youth Football Camp

Boys & Girls Clubs Of Middle Tennessee

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Avery Williamson

Dynamix

Physical Therapy

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Dynamix Physical Therapy

Dynamix Physical Therapy is proud to announce that Tennessee Titans linebacker, Avery Williamson, will be appearing at more locations Saturday, February 28th. Avery will be at Dynamix-Trenton from 9-12 followed by Dynamix-Humboldt from 1-4. Come out to meet/greet and get pictures/autographs with Avery following his record setting rookie season. There is no charge for anyone wishing to attend.

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Avery Williamson

Little League

Hanging out with the youth

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Avery Williamson

Hanging out with the youth.

On my down time, one of my favorite things to do is hanging out with the youth. I went to come see my favorite little league team the 49ners play.

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Football 101

Signing Autographs

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Signing Autographs

Hanging out with Lache Seastrunk and Bishop Sankey as we sign autographs at a women's clinic. Coaching them through various different drills.

Avery Williamson

Rookie Symposium

Guest Speaker

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Guest Speaker

Giving advice to the rookies at the Rookie Symposium in Berea, OH.

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ESPN Nation

Walked the red carpet to promote his charity work with students and kids.

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Red Carpet at an Oscar-related Event

His mission following a season when he led the team with 137 tackles, the highest tackle total by a Titans linebacker since Stephen Tulloch's 169 stops in 2010.

Source: TitansOnline.com

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Highest Performance-based pay

Inside linebacker leads performance-based pay with $269k

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Avery WIlliamson leads way in Titans' performance-based pay

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Thirteen members of the 2015 Tennessee Titans received at least $100,000 in performance-based pay.

Source: Espn.Go.com

Some of my happy fans

  • 79

    Tackles Total
  • Twitter
  • 100%

    Confidence
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  • 10+

    Miles Run Daily

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