Player Bio

Bobby Massie
RT #70
Height:
6-6
Weight:
317
Age:
28
College:
Mississippi
Experience:
6

Quick Stats (2017):

G
10
GS
10
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 79 71
2017 CHI 10 10
2016 CHI 15 15
2015 ARI 14 14
2014 ARI 16 16
2013 ARI 8 0
2012 ARI 16 16
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 ATL L 17-23
2 @TB L 7-29
3 PIT W 23-17
4 @GB L 14-35
5 MIN L 17-20
6 @BAL W 27-24
7 CAR W 17-3
8 @NO L 12-20
10 GB L 16-23
11 DET L 24-27

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Biography

PRO CAREER: Entering his second season with the Bears, appearing in 69 games with 61 starts in four seasons with the Arizona Cardinals (2012-15) and one with the Bears (2016) … part of an offensive line that allowed just 27 sacks in in 2015 (tied for 4th fewest in the NFL) and 28 sacks in 2014 (tied for the 6th fewest in the NFL) … helped the Cardinals gain 6,692 yards from scrimmage in 2015, which ranked 2nd in the NFL and 2nd in franchise history … one of six offensive linemen in the NFL that started all 16 contests as rookies in 2012 ... started 3 of 3 postseason contests.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted in the 4th round (112th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft by the Arizona Cardinals… Signed with Arizona (5/15/12)… Signed with the Chicago Bears (3/9/16). SIGNED through 2018.

2016 SEASON: Started 15 games at right tackle ... inactive Game 10 ... paved the way for rookie Jordan Howard to 1,313 rushing yards (2nd in NFL) ... helped the Bears to the 3rd most passing yards (gross and net) in franchise history. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 15-15

PREVIOUS SEASONS:  2015: Started the Cardinals final 14 games of the regular season and both playoff games at RT… helped Arizona gain 6,692 yards from scrimmage, which ranked 2nd in the NFL and 2nd in franchise annals … part of an offensive line that allowed just 27 sacks (tied for 4th fewest in the NFL) … on the reserve/suspended list for the first two games of the season. 2014: Started every game at RT, the second time in three years … part of line that allowed just 28 sacks on the season, tied for the 6th fewest in the NFL in 2014. 2013: Played in 8 games, seeing time at RT and as an eligible extra blocker … inactive for the first 6 games of the season … active but DNP vs. Sea (10/17) … made season debut vs. Atlanta (10/27). 2012: Started all 16 games at RT in his rookie season … was the only Cardinals rookie to start every game and was one of six rookie offensive linemen in the NFL to start all 16 games as a rookie.

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 … two-time All-SEC selection, never allowed a QB sack while playing with the first unit offensive line and finished his career with 239 knockdowns and 29 TD-resulting blocks … 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 … recorded 102 knockdowns, the most by any offensive tackle in the league … 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 … named All-State and All-Virginia Independent first team selection as an offensive tackle and nose guard … as a senior, part of a defensive unit that allowed 117 points en route to capturing their second league title, ranking 20th in the state while compiling a 13-0 record … posted 21 tackles, 4 sacks and 1 interception … helped guide the team to a 10-1 record and the league title as a junior, producing 35 tackles, 6 sacks, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery for a defensive unit that allowed only 88 points for the season … participated in the Offense-Defense All-America Bowl.
PRO CAREER: Entering his second season with the Bears, appearing in 69 games with 61 starts in four seasons with the Arizona Cardinals (2012-15) and one with the Bears (2016) … part of an offensive line that allowed just 27 sacks in in 2015 (tied for 4th fewest in the NFL) and 28 sacks in 2014 (tied for the 6th fewest in the NFL) … helped the Cardinals gain 6,692 yards from scrimmage in 2015, which ranked 2nd in the NFL and 2nd in franchise history … one of six offensive linemen in the NFL that started all 16 contests as rookies in 2012 ... started 3 of 3 postseason contests.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted in the 4th round (112th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft by the Arizona Cardinals… Signed with Arizona (5/15/12)… Signed with the Chicago Bears (3/9/16). SIGNED through 2018.

2016 SEASON: Started 15 games at right tackle ... inactive Game 10 ... paved the way for rookie Jordan Howard to 1,313 rushing yards (2nd in NFL) ... helped the Bears to the 3rd most passing yards (gross and net) in franchise history. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 15-15

PREVIOUS SEASONS:  2015: Started the Cardinals final 14 games of the regular season and both playoff games at RT… helped Arizona gain 6,692 yards from scrimmage, which ranked 2nd in the NFL and 2nd in franchise annals … part of an offensive line that allowed just 27 sacks (tied for 4th fewest in the NFL) … on the reserve/suspended list for the first two games of the season. 2014: Started every game at RT, the second time in three years … part of line that allowed just 28 sacks on the season, tied for the 6th fewest in the NFL in 2014. 2013: Played in 8 games, seeing time at RT and as an eligible extra blocker … inactive for the first 6 games of the season … active but DNP vs. Sea (10/17) … made season debut vs. Atlanta (10/27). 2012: Started all 16 games at RT in his rookie season … was the only Cardinals rookie to start every game and was one of six rookie offensive linemen in the NFL to start all 16 games as a rookie.

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 … two-time All-SEC selection, never allowed a QB sack while playing with the first unit offensive line and finished his career with 239 knockdowns and 29 TD-resulting blocks … 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 … recorded 102 knockdowns, the most by any offensive tackle in the league … 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 … named All-State and All-Virginia Independent first team selection as an offensive tackle and nose guard … as a senior, part of a defensive unit that allowed 117 points en route to capturing their second league title, ranking 20th in the state while compiling a 13-0 record … posted 21 tackles, 4 sacks and 1 interception … helped guide the team to a 10-1 record and the league title as a junior, producing 35 tackles, 6 sacks, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery for a defensive unit that allowed only 88 points for the season … participated in the Offense-Defense All-America Bowl.
 

Recent Articles

  • Massie unlikely to play versus Giants

    Posted Nov 18, 2016

    Bears right tackle Bobby Massie remains sidelined with a concussion he suffered in last weekend's loss to the Buccaneers and is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Giants.

  • Bears offensive line sports new look

    Posted Jul 18, 2016

    The offensive line that steps on the field when the Bears open training camp next week will be dramatically different than the one that spent last summer in Bourbonnais.

  • Long helped recruit Massie to Bears

    Posted Mar 11, 2016

    Friends with Bobby Massie since they played high school football against each other in Virginia, Kyle Long helped convince the free-agent tackle to leave the Cardinals and sign with the Bears.

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