He had assisted in 156 tackles at the end of 2005.
He had forced seven fumbles at the end of 2005. He also had recovered three.
He has had two interception returns for touchdowns, one of them a 50 yard return in 2001.
He had 12.5 sacks at the end of 2005.
He had 8 interceptions at the end of 2005.
He had 597 tackles at the end of 2005.
He had 38 pass deflections at the end of 2005.
At the end of 2005, he had played eight seasons, six with the Eagles and two with the Redskins.
At the end of 2005, he had played in 115 games.
He has been to the NFL Pro Bowl four times.
In 1998, he was drafted in the 3rd round (72nd overall) by the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFL Draft
He had a career high 2 interceptions in 1999 and 2001
He had a career high 10 pass deflections in 2003
He had a career high 120 tackles in 1999 and 2000
He had a career high 3.5 sacks in 2001
As of 2006 he weighs 262 pounds.
He has four sisters and three brothers
He has a wife, Tammi, a daughter, TreMil, and a son, Jeremiah Jr.
He went to college at Stephen F. Austin University.
He is 6'1" tall
He founded the Jeremiah Trotter Foundation.
He was the captain of the Philadelphia Benjamins on "Extreme Dodgeball."
Jeremiah Trotter: He's a guy that he'll respect you if you show him respect. That's kind of the way I am. I think he values good leadership; that's important to him. He knows he can only do so much as a coach, that it takes good leaders on the team to go the extra mile. When you go through a situation like I did in Washington, it makes you appreciate a coach who's strict on discipline. (Trotter on coach Andy Reid)
Jeremiah Trotter: That's one of the major things I try to bring to the defense, just that nastiness. I wouldn't say arrogance. I would say confidence. Bring your best, man. Whatever you want to do, bring it. You want to try and run the ball, go ahead and try it. We're going to be hitting you in the mouth all day long. (Trotter on bringing attitude to the Eagles' defense)
Jeremiah Trotter: It's just being physical up front. Stopping the run is a mentality. It's whupping the guy in front of you, playing downhill and being physical. Once you get an opportunity to put a hat on a guy, you've got to make him pay for it. (Trotter on stopping the run)
Jeremiah Trotter: Those balls hurt when they hit you, especially when they hit you in the face. (Trotter on playing Extreme Dodgeball)