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Nicholas Collins is a former American football safety who played seven seasons for the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Bethune-Cookman, and was drafted by the Packers in the second round of the 2005 NFL Draft.
Collins entered the NFL on April 23, 2005 when he was selected in the second round (51st pick overall) of the 2005 NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers. Collins would become only the second Bethune-Cookman player to make the Packers roster. Some draft experts felt that the Packers drafted Collins too high, referring to him as "a developmental prospect who is very athletic but very raw" and questioning his ability to fully grasp an NFL-caliber defense.
Though he was listed as a cornerback in the draft prospect list, Collins competed in Green Bay for the starting free safety job for the 2005 season. Collins would have large shoes to fill on the Packers roster; in 2004, the Packers free safety was Pro Bowl player Darren Sharper. At the beginning of the 2004 offseason, Sharper left the team over contract issues, eventually signing with the Minnesota Vikings and having another Pro Bowl season for 2005.
However, Collins showed the potential and ability that prompted Packers GM Ted Thompson to select him so early in the draft. He quickly became a physical and emotional presence on a defense which showed tremendous improvement after finishing 26th in overall yards allowed during the 2004 season and in spite of the struggles the Packers faced in their first losing season since 1991. Collins recorded his first notable game on October 30, 2005 against the Cincinnati Bengals. Collins had four total tackles and two passes defended, including a crushing blow to star wide receiver Chad Johnson that forced him to drop a pass from quarterback Carson Palmer and a near interception of Palmer that Collins could have returned for a game-changing touchdown.
Collins did record his first interception three weeks later, in a Monday night showdown with the Vikings on November 21. He also recorded a then season-high 11 tackles in the game (8 solo). The interception was an athletic catch which displayed both Collins' physical prowess and his instincts.
Collins finished the 2005 season as an unquestioned starter and defensive leader. His total season statistics: 84 tackles (63 solo), one interception, two forced fumbles and seven passes defended.
In 16 games played during the 2006 season, Collins total season statistics were as follows: 80 tackles (65 solo), 15 assists, 3 interceptions and 2 forces fumbles. 2 of his interceptions came during a 26-7 victory over the Chicago Bears on December 31, 2006.
In 2007, Collins started 13 of the Packers games and missed 3 due to injury. During the season Collins total season statistics were as follows: 46 tackles(40 solo), no interceptions, no forced fumbles and 5 passes defended.
In 2008, Collins stepped up his game early in the season with 5 interceptions with 3 returned for touchdowns along with 7 passes defensed in his first 9 games of the season when the Packers secondary was depleted with injuries to starting corner Al Harris and strong safety Atari Bigby. His performance earned him a spot in the 2008 Pro Bowl.
In 2009, Collins had another outstanding year, picking off six passes.
Collins was selected to his second straight Pro Bowl in 2009 behind former Packer Darren Sharper. He started the game for the NFC due to Sharper's participation in Super Bowl XLIV.
On March 12, 2010, Collins signed a long-awaited 3 year contract with the Packers. His performance during the 2010 season earned him a third consecutive Pro Bowl selection.
On February 6, 2011, in Super Bowl XLV, Collins picked of a underthrown Ben Roethlisberger pass in the 1st quarter & weaved his way through the Steelers offense & dove through two Steelers O-linemen into the endzone on a 37-yard interception return touchdown to give the Packers a 14-0 lead as they went on to defeat Pittsburgh, 31-25.
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