Pro Career: Signed as a rookie free agent with the Jacksonville Jaguars on 4/26/10. Played in two games in 2011. Spent his rookie season and 2012 season on injured reserve. Signed with the Cardinals on 3/4/14. Released on 5/12/14 and re-signed with Cardinals on 6/9/14.
2012: Spent the season on injured reserve after suffering a season-ending knee injury (8/27).
2011: Saw action in two games, was inactive for nine and DNP in five others … made his NFL debut @ Car (9/25) on special teams … saw action at LG for one series @ Hou (10/30).
2010: Placed on injured reserve after suffering a season-ending knee injury during the second week of the preseason (8/31).
College: Made 54 consecutive starts during his four-year career at Hawaii … selected as a three-time first-team All-WAC selection, the sixth player in school history to accomplish the feat … served as team captain … helped the offense break or tie 31 NCAA records and 58 school records during his career … one of six finalists for the Rimington Award as the country’s top center … anchored a line as a senior that helped offense average 437.5 yards per game … started all 14 games his junior season in 2008 … as a sophomore, helped Hawaii rank first in the nation in scoring (43.3 points per game), second in passing (439.5 yards) and third in total offense (512.1 yards) after starting in 13 games at center … started all 14 games at RG as a redshirt freshman … redshirted in 2005.
Personal: Graduated from St. Mary’s (Stockton, CA) High School after being a two-year starter at center … named the league’s Lineman of the Year … a two-time all-area selection by the Stockton Record … also participated in track and field and won the San Joaquin Athletic Association and San Joaquin Sub Section discus championships as a junior and finished sixth statewide … majored in Communications.
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