Signed with the Bills as an undrafted rookie free agent on April 26, 2004...Made the 53-man roster and saw significant action as a reserve cornerback and on special teams during his first three seasons.
•AFC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK, Week 4 - 2007
•Posted career-highs with 47 total tackles, two interceptions and 17 passes defensed, playing in all 16 games for the third consecutive year and making a career-high 13 starts
•In the fourth quarter vs. NYJ (9/30), posted his first career interception...Takeaway led to a Bills touchdown which made the score 17-7...Had six total tackles and two passes defensed...was named AFC Defensive Player of the week
•The following week vs. Dal. (10/8), recorded his second career interception...Became the second Bill in 2007 with an INT streak and was the first time since 2004 that the Bills had two players with INT streaks in the same season...Was one of five different Bills to pick off Tony Romo...Tallied five tackles and three passes defensed – including a key pass break-up on Terrell Owens on a potential two-point conversion late in the fourth quarter
•Against Cin. (11/4), notched his first career forced fumble jarring the ball loose from Chad Johnson
Three-year starter who was the playmaker in the Volunteers' secondary...carried on the school's tradition of standout two-sport stars, as he also excelled in track, breaking the old school record in the 110-meter hurdles (11.34) that was previously owned by gridiron great, Willie Gault … 2003 NCAA champion in 60m indoor hurdles...two-time SEC champion indoor/outdoor hurdles also broke Gault’s record in the 60m hurdles...also set a school record by appearing in 51 games on the gridiron…closed out his career with 147 tackles (119 solos), 3.5 sacks for 26 yards, 11.5 stops for losses of 70 yards, a fumble recovery, a forced fumble, two interceptions and 33 pass deflections while starting 34 times...Graduated with a degree in psychology.
Full Name – Jabari Amin Greer…attended South Side (Jackson, Tenn.) High…All-State selection in Class 3A in 1999...Three-year starter at wide receiver and cornerback and also played tailback…set the school record for defensive points with 36...seven-time state champion in track and field...devoted brother, father and loving husband.
For the third year in a row Jabari was a spokesperson for the M&T Bank Gift of Warmth Collection to benefit the local Salvation Army. Throughout the months of November and December drop-off boxes will be featured at all M&T Bank branches, Empire Vision locations in the Buffalo and Syracuse Area, and American Red Cross sites. M&T Bank has been a proud sponsor of the Gift of Warmth for more than 20 years.