36 Facts About Nick Mangold


Nicholas Allan Mangold was born on January 13,1984 and is an American former professional football player who was a center for the New York Jets of the National Football League.


Nick Mangold played college football for the Ohio State Buckeyes, and was selected by New York in the first round of the 2006 NFL Draft.


Nick Mangold was a seven-time Pro Bowl selection with the Jets, and was considered to be among the best at his position.


Nick Mangold earned three letters in wrestling and two in track and field, competing in the shot put.


Nick Mangold attended Ohio State University, and was a three-year starter at center for the Ohio State Buckeyes football team.


Nick Mangold was rated on a par with former Buckeye All-American and 2001 Rimington Trophy winner LeCharles Bentley by offensive line coach Jim Bollman.


Ohio State's most durable lineman, Nick Mangold logged over 300 minutes of action in each of his last three seasons.

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Nick Mangold moved in and started the final 11 games of the season.


When Stepanovich returned, he shifted to guard while Nick Mangold continued to man the center position.


Nick Mangold earned All-Big Ten Conference Honorable Mention honors in 2004, when the coaching staff named Nick Mangold Offensive Lineman of the Week seven times and Offensive Player of the Week vs Northwestern.


Nick Mangold was again chosen second-team All-Big Ten in 2005.


Nick Mangold finished his career with 33 starts in 45 games.


Nick Mangold was selected in the first round by the New York Jets, who had just prior used their No 1 pick on offensive tackle D'Brickashaw Ferguson in an effort to rebuild their offensive line.


Nick Mangold was the only center selected in the first round of the 2006 NFL Draft, and the highest pick among Ohio State Buckeye centers since Gordon Appleby went 26th overall in 1945.


Nick Mangold was so impressive he garnered some Rookie of the Year talks, an honor that is not usually mentioned about centers.


From 2007 through 2010, Nick Mangold started all 16 games in 4 of those seasons.


In 2010, Nick Mangold wanted to restructure his contract with the team, however was admittedly disappointed with the pace of the contract talks.


Nick Mangold was replaced by undrafted rookie Colin Baxter, who would take his position at center as Mangold missed the next two games due to a high ankle sprain.


Nick Mangold finished the 2011 season by starting 14 games and was named a Pro Bowl selection for the fourth time.


In 2012, Nick Mangold started all 16 games, but was not named to the Pro Bowl, as his All-Star years ended after a four-year streak.


In 2013, Nick Mangold again started all 16 games and was named to the fifth Pro Bowl of his career.


In Week 7 of the 2016 season, Nick Mangold injured his ankle and missed the next four games.


Nick Mangold returned in Week 13 against the Colts before re-injuring his ankle.


Nick Mangold was placed on injured reserve on December 8,2016, ending his season.


On February 25,2017, Nick Mangold was released by the Jets after 11 seasons with the team.

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Nick Mangold signed a one-day contract on April 24,2018 with New York to officially retire as a Jet.


On September 25,2022 during a halftime ceremony at Metlife Stadium Nick Mangold was inducted into the New York Jets "Ring of Honor".


Nick Mangold is the oldest of four children as he has three sisters, Kelley, Holley, and Maggey.


Nick Mangold was an offensive lineman for the Alter High School football team.


Nick Mangold participated in the 2012 Summer Olympics as a member of the US weightlifting team, coming in 10th place.


Nick Mangold married Jennifer Richmond, his high school sweetheart, in April 2007.


Nick Mangold has participated in various charitable events throughout his career.


Nick Mangold appeared on the Wrap Up Show on Howard 100 after the broadcast of the Howard Stern Show on April 30,2009.


Nick Mangold has campaigned with Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney and Donald Trump.


Nick Mangold graduated from Ohio State in May 2019 with a degree in Operations Management.


Nick Mangold appeared virtually on the January 22,2021 episode of the television game show Let's Make a Deal to help an in-studio contestant win a truck.