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Charles Leno Jr.

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#72

Experience: 6 years

Height: 6-3

Age: 28

Weight: 307 lbs

College: Boise State

2019 SEASON

  • G
    13
  • GS
    13
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WK OPP RESULT G GS
14 Cowboys W 31 - 24 1 1
13 @Lions W 24 - 20 1 1
12 Giants W 19 - 14 1 1
11 @Rams L 7 - 17 1 1
10 Lions W 20 - 13 1 1
9 @Eagles L 14 - 22 1 1
8 Chargers L 16 - 17 1 1
7 Saints L 25 - 36 1 1
5 @Raiders L 21 - 24 1 1
4 Vikings W 16 - 6 1 1
3 @Redskins W 31 - 15 1 1
2 @Broncos W 16 - 14 1 1
1 Packers L 3 - 10 1 1

Career Stats

OffensiveLine Career

SEASON TEAM G GS
2014 Chicago Bears 6 1
2015 Chicago Bears 16 13
2016 Chicago Bears 16 16
2017 Chicago Bears 16 16
2018 Chicago Bears 16 16
2019 Chicago Bears 13 13
TOTAL 83 75

Biography

PRO CAREER: Appeared in 70 contests with 62 starts in five seasons with Chicago (2014-18) … owns 61 starts at LT and 1 start as a sixth eligible lineman ... has started the last 52 games at left tackle for the Bears, the only Bear on offense to start every game at the same position the past two seasons … in 2015, helped the Bears offense to franchise’s fourth-highest single-season gross passing total in 2015 (3,843 yards), fifth-highest single-season net passing total (3,660 yards) and sixth highest total for net yards (5,514) ... made NFL debut on November 9, 2014 at Green Bay … made first NFL start on November 16, 2014 versus Minnesota as a sixth eligible lineman.

HONORS AND AWARDS: 2018: Pro Bowl.

2018 SEASON: Started 16 games at left tackle ... ... part of an offensive line that allowed just 33 sacks, tied for the third fewest in the NFC ... started Wild Card playoff game vs. PHI (1/6/19).... selected to the 2018 Pro Bowl.

PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2017: Started all 16 games at left tackle, the second consecutive season starting all 16 games at LT. 2016: Started all 16 games at LT ... one of only two offensive players to start every game ... helped pave 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. 2015: Appeared in all 16 contests, with 13 starts (Games 4-16) at LT… helped the Bears offense to franchise’s fourth-highest single-season gross passing total in 2015 (3,843 yards), fifth-highest single-season net passing total (3,660 yards) and sixth highest total for net yards (5,514). 2014: Appeared in 6 contests with 1 start in his rookie season with the Bears, spending most of his time as a sixth eligible lineman … made NFL debut at Green Bay (11/9) and first career start a week later vs. MIN (11/6) as a sixth eligible lineman … saw action in Games 9-14 … inactive Games 1-5, 7 and 8 and 16, while active but did not play in Games 6 and 15.

COLLEGE: Concluded his collegiate career at Boise State (2010-13) having started 39 consecutive games, including each of the last 26 at left tackle … saw action in 49 games, accounting for 39 touchdown saving blocks and 245 knockdowns … also blocked a field goal attempt on special teams … named first-team All-Mountain West tackle as a senior and second-team all-conference as a junior … a part of offensive line that ranked sixth nationally in sacks allowed (0.77 per game) as a junior and led the nation as a sophomore (0.62 per game).

PERSONAL: Played football and basketball, earning three varsity letters in each sport at San Leandro High School (San Leandro, Calif.) … named first team all-conference as an offensive tackle and second-team all-conference as a defensive end as a senior … earned honorable mention all-conference honors on offense as a junior … also named first-team All-Metro, first-team all-East Bay and was selected to the “Cream of the Crop” Bay Area, which includes the top 22 players in the region.

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