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|Born:||May 5, 1972|
Columbia, South Carolina
|Height:||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|Weight:||222 lb (101 kg)|
|High school:||Mount Pleasant (SC) Wando|
|NFL Draft:||1995 / Round: 5 / Pick: 170|
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Travis Richard Jervey (born May 5, 1972) is a former American National Football League running back; he spent 9 seasons playing for the Green Bay Packers, San Francisco 49ers, and Atlanta Falcons. He was a member of the Packers team that defeated the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXI; in 1997 he was the first Packers' player to make the Pro Bowl as a special teams player. Jervey is perhaps best known for his 1998 season with the Green Bay Packers, in which he started a career-high 5 games before suffering a season ending broken ankle on Monday Night Football  In 1996 he finished fourth in the "NFLs Fastest Man" competition, in one memorable heat he outran Cowboys star Herschel Walker. In 1999, he signed a 4-year free agent contract with the 49ers worth $6 million.
Jervey was a 5th round pick (170th overall) of the Packers in the 1995 NFL draft, in 109 career games he rushed 129 times for 503 yards and 2 touchdowns, caught 10 passes and returned 36 kicks for 843 yards.
He attended Wando High School in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina and played collegiately at The Citadel in neighboring Charleston where he rushed for nearly 1,500 yards and 12 touchdowns; as a senior in 1994 he ran for 1,171 yards, the 5th highest season total in school history and set a record with a 96 yard run against VMI in the Oyster Bowl.
Jervey was inducted into both The Citadel and South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame.
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