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Tashaun Gipson is a Houston Texas player occupying the free safety position in the National Football league.

The player, who weighs 212 pounds (96 kilograms), has grown over the years to be one of the most prolific free safety players of our time.

He made his professional debut for Cleveland Browns in 2012. He moved to Jacksonville Jaguars four years later before moving to Houston Texans in 2019.

He joined football in Kimball High School, Dallas, and then perfected on his art in the game at the University of Wyoming.
Early Life:

Tashaun Gipson was born on the 7th of August in 1990. His football career started in high school, and when he got to college, he was sure of what the future held for him.

At Kimball High School, Gipson participated in football, basketball, and athletics track events.

He concentrated on football and was outstanding in his senior year. Some states such as Louisville and Idaho recruited him during his high school career.

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Gipson & Football:

He joined the University of Wyoming in 2008, so he would get enough playtime and also play alongside his brother Marcell Gipson.

The two brothers started their careers as cornerbacks and would often begin matches together.

Tashaun Gipson shifted to free safety position in his eight final senior games in 2011. In that year, he had 95 total tackles and three interceptions. Such statistics earned him interest from some of the teams plying their trade in the National Football League.

Gipson went unselected in the 2012 NFL draft, but he landed a 3-year deal with Cleveland Browns as an undrafted free agent. He started his rookie season at a relatively low pace and sustained an injury that sidelined him for five games.
He came and started picking up the game, eventually earning himself a starting position in the team. He ended the season with 33 tackles and an interception after starting thrice in ten games. Cleveland Browns recorded dismal performance that saw their head coach Pat Shurmur lose his job, despite Gipson's excellent performance.

The new head coach Robs Shudzinski had more faith in Gipson and had him in the starting line up from the onset of the 2013 season. He also had little competition for his position. Two of his colleagues had departed at the end of the 2012 season.

Rob Shudzinski's record at Cleveland Browns turned out to be worse compared to his predecessor; the team showed him the door at the end of 2013. 

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In 2014, the new head coach Mike Pettine placed Tashaun Gipson alongside a new acquisition, Donte Whitner, as the starting safeties that season.

Gipson was leading the league in terms of total interceptions that year until he suffered a significant blow when he collided with another player and got an injury.

He, therefore, missed several games. He finished the season second on interceptions with six interceptions. That was also his career-high for a single season.

At the end of the season, Gipson had a total of 52 tackles, one touchdown, and six interceptions after starting in all 11 games he played. He began receiving accolades and recognition from the NFL fraternity.

He even got listed among the top 100 NFL players in the USA in 2015. He finished 2015 with 60 total tackles and two interceptions.

The Jacksonville Jaguars signed him for a five-year deal in 2016, and he finished that year with 41 tackles and an interception.

The Jaguars released him in 2019 over salary cap matters. He got a three-year contract with Houston Texans. By the end of 2019, The team placed him on the injured reserves.

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