Player Bio

Hroniss Grasu
OL #55
Height:
6-3
Weight:
303
Age:
25
College:
Oregon
Experience:
3
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 8 8
2015 CHI 8 8

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Biography

PRO CAREER: Starts second campaign appearing in 8 contests at center for the Bears (2015)... Made NFL Debut in Game 5 at Kansas City... Part of an offense that ranked 3rd in franchise single-season history in completion percentage (63.9) and interception percentage (2.3), 4th in gross passing yards (3,843) and third down percentage (42.5), 5th in net passing yards (3,660), and 6th in passer rating (89.7) and total net yards (5,514)... Selected by the Bears in the 3rd round (71st overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft.

PRO CAREER: Starts second campaign appearing in 8 contests at center for the Bears (2015)... Made NFL Debut in Game 5 at Kansas City... Part of an offense that ranked 3rd in franchise single-season history in completion percentage (63.9) and interception percentage (2.3), 4th in gross passing yards (3,843) and third down percentage (42.5), 5th in net passing yards (3,660), and 6th in passer rating (89.7) and total net yards (5,514)... Selected by the Bears in the 3rd round (71st overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Chicago Bears in the 3rd round (71st overall) in the 2015 NFL Draft... Signed with the Bears (5/8/15). SIGNED through 2018

2015 SEASON: Started 8 contests (Game 5-6 & 10-15) at center... Made NFL debut by starting at center in Game 5 at Kansas City... Inactive for Games 1-4 (coach’s decision), games 7-9 (due to a neck injury) and Game 16 (due to a knee injury)... Part of a bears offense that ranked 3rd in franchise single-season history in completion percentage (63.9) and interception percentage (2.3), 4th in gross passing yards (3,843) and third down percentage (42.5), 5th in net passing yards (3,660), and 6th in passer rating (89.7) and total net yards (5,514). GAMES PLAYED-GAMES STARTED: 8-8

COLLEGE: Started 52-of-52 career contests while at Oregon... Started 50 consecutive games between 2011-14... Three-time Pac-12 first-team honoree (2012-14)... Rimington Trophy finalist (presented annually to college football’s top offensive cen- ter) in 2013 and 2014... The Ducks led the Pac-12 in rushing all four seasons he was there, while ranking third in the country in total offense (547.0 ypg) and fourth in scoring offense (45.4 ppg) in 2014, second nationally in total offense (565.0 ypg) and fourth in scoring (45.5 ppg) in 2013, second in scoring (49.5 ppg) and fifth in total offense (537.4 ypg) in 2012 and third in scoring (46.1 ppg) and fourth in total offense (522.8 ypg) in 2011.

PERSONAL: Started on both the offensive and defensive lines at Crespi H.S. (Los Angeles, CA)... Named first-team all-area on offense by the Los Angeles Daily News in 2010... 2008 all-Serra League selection... As a senior in 2009, plowed the road as an offensive lineman for a team that racked up 1,958 rushing yards and 2,436 passing yards, and had 37 tackles and 4 sacks while playing defense... As a junior in 2008-09, had 27 tackles on defense and blocked for a team that rushed for 1,606 yards and passed for 1,738 more, scoring 27 total offensive touchdowns... Given a three-star rating by Scout.com and selected as the No. 9 center in the country.

Recent Articles

  • Grasu lost for season with torn ACL

    Posted Aug 8, 2016

    The Bears will have to transition to a new center after second-year pro Hroniss Grasu was lost for the season with a torn ACL suffered in Saturday's Family Fest practice.

  • Grasu suffers knee injury in practice

    Posted Aug 6, 2016

    The Bears were excited to make their 2016 debut at Soldier Field Saturday, but center Hroniss Grasu suffered a potentially serious knee injury during the team's Family Fest practice.

  • Players to watch in camp on offense

    Posted Jul 25, 2016

    Second-year pro Jeremy Langford will be among the most intriguing players to watch on offense when the Bears begin training camp Wednesday in Bourbonnais.

  • 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.

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