Meder Posts Career-High For Tackles In Browns Loss

Photo courtesy of the Cleveland Browns.
Photo courtesy of the Cleveland Browns.

Continuing his progression in his first full National Football League season, former Ashland University All-American defensive lineman Jamie Meder made a career-high four total tackles in the Cleveland Browns' 24-6 loss on Sunday (Oct. 25) afternoon at the St. Louis Rams.

Meder had two solo tackles and two assists in the defeat. 

In seven regular-season games in 2015, Meder, a regular as a backup along the Browns' defensive line, has 17 total tackles (eight solo) and a sack.

Meder became the first former Eagle to play in a regular-season game for the Browns in Week 17 of the 2014 season at Baltimore, recording one solo tackle. He originally was an undrafted free agent with the Ravens last year, and spent more than two months on their practice squad before joining Cleveland. 

In four 2015 preseason games (one start), Meder finished with 11 total tackles (eight solos), one sack and a forced fumble. According to, Meder graded out as the Browns' best player in the preseason.

Following in a long line for highly-decorated AU defensive linemen, Meder was a two-time All-American, Ashland's first Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year (2010), a two-time GLIAC Defensive Lineman of the Year (2012-13) and a four-time All-GLIAC first-teamer. 

His collegiate career totals include 247 total tackles (96 solo), 35 tackles for loss, 14 sacks and three forced fumbles.

Meder is the eighth former Eagle to play in an NFL regular-season game.