Jon

Stinchcomb

Stinchcomb

Meet The Saints Legend Jon Stinchcomb

Athlete Name: Jon Stinchcomb
Position: Tackle
College: Georgia
Birthdate: 8/27/1979
NFL Experience: Seven Seasons
Saints Years: 2003-2010
Records: Blocked for a Saints offense that set an NFL record with 7,474 total yards (2011)
Honors: Saints 50th Anniversary Team (2016); Pro Bowl (2009) ;Super Bowl XLIV Champion; Walter Payton Man of the Year Nominee (2008)

Jon Stinchcomb appeared in 90 games across seven seasons with the New Orleans Saints, including starting all 80 contests his last five campaigns. Drafted in the second round (37th overall) out of the University of Georgia in the 2003 NFL Draft, Stinchcomb quickly became a cornerstone of the Saints’ offensive line. Known for his consistency and reliability, he played avital role in the team’s success, including their Super Bowl XLIV victory in 2009. Stinchcomb’s prowess on the field earned him recognition, including a Pro Bowl selection in the same year. Throughout his career, he demonstrated strong blocking skills and leadership, making him a respected figure both on and off the field. After retiring from the NFL, Stinchcomb remained involved in various endeavors, including broadcasting and philanthropy. He continues to be remembered as a key contributor to the Saints’ success and a respected figure in the community.