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Bobby Massie
T #70
Height:
6-6
Weight:
316
Age:
26
College:
Mississippi
Experience:
4
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 40 32
2014 ARI 16 16
2013 ARI 8 0
2012 ARI 16 16

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Biography

NoteCARDS:

  • The Cardinals fourth-round selection in the 2012 NFL Draft (112th overall), Massie became the highest Ole Miss player drafted by the Cardinals since the team selected DE Freddie Joe Nunn with the 18th overall pick in 1985.
  • Played in 40 games (32 starts) during his first three seasons, starting all 16 games at RT both as a rookie in 2012 and again in 2014.
  • Part of offensive line that allowed just 28 sacks in 2014, tied for the sixth-fewest in the NFL.
  • One of six offensive linemen in the NFL that started all 16 games as rookies in ’12, joining Matt Kalil (Minnesota, 1st round), Kevin Zeitler (Cincinnati, 1st round), Mitchell Schwartz (Cleveland, 2nd round), Jonathan Martin (Miami, 2nd round) and Kelechi Osemele (Baltimore, 2nd round).
  • Was the first offensive tackle selected out of Ole Miss since the Baltimore Ravens took Michael Oher in the first round (23rd overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft.
  • Played college football at Ole Miss with current Cardinals teammate Bradley Sowell, and the pair started 28 consecutive games together from 2009-11 (Massie at RT, Sowell at LT).

NoteCARDS:

  • The Cardinals fourth-round selection in the 2012 NFL Draft (112th overall), Massie became the highest Ole Miss player drafted by the Cardinals since the team selected DE Freddie Joe Nunn with the 18th overall pick in 1985.
  • Played in 40 games (32 starts) during his first three seasons, starting all 16 games at RT both as a rookie in 2012 and again in 2014.
  • Part of offensive line that allowed just 28 sacks in 2014, tied for the sixth-fewest in the NFL.
  • One of six offensive linemen in the NFL that started all 16 games as rookies in ’12, joining Matt Kalil (Minnesota, 1st round), Kevin Zeitler (Cincinnati, 1st round), Mitchell Schwartz (Cleveland, 2nd round), Jonathan Martin (Miami, 2nd round) and Kelechi Osemele (Baltimore, 2nd round).
  • Was the first offensive tackle selected out of Ole Miss since the Baltimore Ravens took Michael Oher in the first round (23rd overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft.
  • Played college football at Ole Miss with current Cardinals teammate Bradley Sowell, and the pair started 28 consecutive games together from 2009-11 (Massie at RT, Sowell at LT).

Pro Career: Selected by the Cardinals in the fourth round (112th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft and has played in 40 games (32 starts) in his first three seasons.

2014: Started every game at RT, the second time in three years he has started every game after doing so as a rookie in 2012 … part of line that allowed just 28 sacks on the season, tied for the sixth-fewest in the NFL in 2014 … helped Cardinals rush for 109 yards on 26 carries vs. SD (9/8)… blocked as Cardinals ran for 124 yards and a TD on 28 carries @ NYG (9/14) … part of line that did not allow a sack vs. SF (9/21); marked first time the Cardinals did not give up a sack since 2010 (12/12 vs. Den) … part of O-line that held Redskins to one sack in 45 pass plays vs. Was (10/12) … part of line that helped Cardinals post season-best 36:57 time of possession, allow just one sack in 32 pass plays and run for 123 yards and a TD on 37 carries @ Oak (10/19) … helped block as Cardinals did not allow a sack in 42 pass plays vs. Phi (10/26); marked third straight game allowing one sack or fewer … helped Cardinals rush for 102 yards and a TD on 29 carries @ Dal (11/2) … part of line that did not allow a sack vs. Det (11/16) … helped Cardinals not allow a sack @ Atl (11/30), the fourth time this year they held an opponent without a sack … helped Cardinals rush for 141 yards on 33 carries vs. KC (12/7); recovered a Drew Stanton fumble in the second quarter … blocked as Cardinals allowed just one sack and ran for season-high 143 yards on 33 carries @ StL (12/11), their second consecutive game with over 140 yards rushing … helped block as Cardinals ran for 98 yards on 25 carries @ SF (12/28) … made postseason debut starting at RT in Wild Card game @ Car (1/3/15).

2013: Played in eight games, seeing time at RT and as an eligible extra blocker … inactive for the first six games of the season … active but DNP vs. Sea (10/17) … made season debut and played 21 snaps while rotating with Eric Winston at RT vs. Atl (10/27) … saw action as an eligible lineman on one play vs. Hou (11/10) … played one snap on offense @ Jax (11/17) and vs. Ind (11/24) … saw action on 11 plays on offense @ Phi (12/1) … appeared as an eligible tackle on three plays vs. StL (12/8) … played one snap on offense @ Ten (12/15) … saw action for 17 snaps on offense @ Sea (12/22) … active but DNP vs. SF (12/29).

2012: Started all 16 games at RT in his rookie season … was the only Cardinals rookie to start every game and was one of just six rookie offensive linemen in the NFL to start all 16 games as a rookie … started at RT in his first career NFL game vs. Sea (9/9); helped limit the Seahawks to just one sack in 37 pass plays … helped the Cardinals run for 102 yards and a TD on 32 carries @ NE (9/16) … helped Cardinals rush for a season-high 182 yards on 30 carries vs. Buf (10/14) … helped lead the way as LaRod Stephens-Howling ran for 104 yards and a TD on 20 carries @ Min (10/21); marked the first career 100-yard rushing performance for Stephens-Howling … helped block for Stephens-Howling as he ran for a career-high 127 yards and a TD on 22 carries @ Atl (11/18) … blocked as Beanie Wells tied a career high with three rushing TDs vs. Det (12/16).

College: Appeared in 37 games at Ole Miss, starting the final 29 contests at RT … played three years at Mississippi after attending Hargrave Military Academy following his senior year of high school … a two-time All-SEC selection, never allowed a QB sack while playing with the first unit O-line and finished his career with 239 knockdown blocks and 29 TD-resulting blocks … played in every game in three seasons, starting the last 29 games at RT … helped lead the way for 14 individual 100-yard rushing performances and two 200-yard performances … as a junior in ’11, earned third-team All-SEC honors from the league’s coaches and was named first-team All-SEC by the NFL Draft Report after starting all 12 games at RT … all of the Rebels’ 12 TD runs came via rush lanes cleared out by the junior … recorded 102 knockdowns, the most by any offensive tackle in the league … as a sophomore in ’10, garnered second-team All-SEC honors from The NFL Draft Report as he started all 12 games at RT … did not allow a sack, leading a front wall that paced the league and ranked 22nd in the nation for fewest sacks allowed (14) … following a year at the Hargrave Military Academy, joined the Ole Miss program and played in all 13 games as a freshman in ’09 … took over as the starter at RT for the final five contests … before he was inserted into the lineup, the Rebels ran for 10 TDs in eight games, but once he took over on the right side, the ground attack scored 12 times in five contests … attended Hargrave (Chatham, VA) Military Academy following high school, where he was rated the top prep player in the nation.

Personal: Attended Liberty Christian (Lynchburg, VA) Academy and was an All-State and All-Virginia Independent first-team selection as an offensive tackle and nose guard … helped guide the team to a 10-1 record and the league title as a junior, producing 35 tackles with six sacks, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery for a defensive unit that allowed only 88 points for the season … as a senior, led a strong defensive effort as the Bulldogs yielded only 117 points en route to capturing their second league title, ranking 20th in the state while compiling a 13-0 record … posted 21 tackles with four sacks and also picked off a pass … at the conclusion of his high school eligibility, participated in the Offense-Defense All-America Bowl … Liberal Arts Major.

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