Update 3/1/13

Signed a free agent contract with the New York Jets on 2/28/13

Signed with agent JR Rickert

 Bio

Junior Aumavae is a 6’3”, 310 lbs Nose Tackle. He graduated from Palmer High School in 2004 and started his football career at Western Washington University.  He Played three years for Western Washington University before transferring to Minnesota State, Mankato to finish his senior year of football. Where directly after the 2010 NFL draft he was signed as a priority free agent to the Dallas Cowboys. His  College Career statistics are: 37 games, 71 tackles, 4 tackles for a loss, 5 sacks, 2 block kicks, 2 forced fumble and 1 fumble recovery. Pro Statics are: 1 game, 5 tackles, 2 tackles for a loss.
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 Testimonials

 Media


–Paul Pasqualoni

“…Jr is game to work each day with a consistent positive approach to improve. Jr is coachable both in the classroom and on the field…”


–Robert Fuller

“…Juniors ability to adapt and his willingness to
do what’s best for the team make him a coaches dream on and off the field…..”

 Press

NewsMiner.com - June 25, 2011


“…Tony Taylor led the Grizzlies finishing with 187 all-purpose yards (15 rushing, 86 receiving, 86 return) and four touchdowns.

Gibbs had 21 carries for 124 yards and one touchdown, and Daudi White led the defense with six tackles. Newcomer Junior Aumavae, a Palmer native, had five tackles, two for lost yards….”

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Frontiersman - August 16, 2010


“…I know I can still do something, that’s why I’m still waiting. Otherwise, I’d be wanting to pursue another career.”

The 6-foot-2, 330-pound defensive lineman continues his daily workout regimen as he waits.

“I know that call could come at any moment,” Aumavae said. “I need to stay in shape, be physically ready.”….”

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Frontiersman - January 11, 2010


“…I always watched the movies, and they said, ‘call my agent’. And that’s what I’m doing right now. It’s pretty crazy.”

Aumavae caught the eye of NFL scouts during his senior season at Minnesota State-Mankato, a campaign that included a number of honors for the 6-foot-2, 330-pound defensive tackle.….”

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