Jason Fisk (born September 4, 1972) is a Davis resident and retired NFL defensive lineman. He was born in Davis and played high school football at Davis Senior High School. Jason started playing for the varsity team as a sophomore, and was a superstar at DHS. He was an honorable mention All-American selection by USA Today his senior year, and was named to the Sacramento Bee’s All-Decade team. Fisk started on both sides of the ball for the only Davis High School football team to win the section championship, in 1988. He also sang and danced with the DHS Jazz Choir. Fisk graduated from Davis High School in 1990.
Fisk was given a scholarship to play football at Stanford University, where he lettered four years. He earned Pacific-10 Conference All-Academic honors as a sophomore, honorable mention All-Pac-10 honors as junior, and was an All-Pac-10 and honorable mention All-American selection as senior. Fisk was a member of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity and earned degrees in biology and psychology while at Stanford.
Fisk was selected by the Minnesota Vikings with the 35th pick in the seventh round (243rd out of 249 overall) of the 1995 NFL Draft. He played for the Vikings (1995-1998), Tennessee Titans (1999-2001), San Diego Chargers (2002-2004), Cleveland Browns (2005) and St. Louis Rams (2006). While with the Titans, Fisk played in Super Bowl XXXIV, where he recorded a sack of MVP Kurt Warner. 2006 was Fisk's twelfth NFL season, for which he signed a one-year contract.
Jason Fisk is married to his Davis High School sweetheart, Miriam. The Fisks have two daughters, Julia and Carmen, and one son, Tucker. He has coached the Davis Senior High School varsity football team since the 2007 season.