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Lucas Patrick

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#62

Experience: 6 years

Height: 6-3

Age: 28

Weight: 313 lbs

College: Duke

2021 SEASON

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    Career Stats

    Offensive Line Career

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    2017Green Bay Packers122
    2018Green Bay Packers144
    2019Green Bay Packers140
    2020Green Bay Packers1615
    2021Green Bay Packers1713
    TOTAL7334

    Biography

    PRO CAREER:

    • Enters his seventh NFL season and first season with the Bears in 2022 after spending the previous sixth seasons in Green Bay
    • Has played in 73 games throughout his career with 34 starts
    • Originally signed by the Packers as an UDFA in 2016
    • In 2020, helped the Packers tie for No. 2 in the NFL in sacks allowed (21), the fourth fewest by Green Bay in a 16-game season
    • Part of a line that allowed one sack or zero sacks in a league-best 13 games, including four zero-sack games

    2021 SEASON (Packers):

    • Played in all 17 games with 13 starts, opening at LG in Week 1, at C in Weeks 5, 7-12 and 14-17 and at RG in Week 18
    • Made his first career star at center in Cincinnati, appeared on all 64 snaps. Helped the offense produce a 300-yard passer (Rodgers, 344), a 200-yard receiver (Davante Adams, 206) and a 100-yard rusher (Aaron Jones, 103) in the same game for the first time in team history as the Packers posted 466 total yards of offense
    • Started at center at Kansas City and appeared on all 63 snaps as part of a line that allowed only one sack for the second straight game
    • Started at center vs. Seattle and played all 74 snaps as the line allowed just one sack for the third consecutive game
    • Started at center at Minnesota and played all 59 snaps, helping the offense rack up a season-high 467 yards of offense as Rodgers connected on 23 of 33 passes for 385 yards and four TDs with no INTs (148.4 rating)
    • Played all 59 snaps and started vs. Cleveland, helping the Packers register their first zero-sack game of the season as Rodgers threw for 202 yards and three TDs with no INTs (115.1 rating)
    • Helped the offense rack up season-highs for total yards (481), rushing yards (174) and first downs (29) vs. Minnesota; part of a line that did not allow a sack for the second straight game, the Packers' first time doing so since 2010 (Weeks 2-3)

    2020 SEASON (Packers):

    • Appeared in all 16 games for the first time in his career with a career-high 15 starts, opening 11 contests at RG and four at LG
    • Helped the Packers tie for No. 2 in the NFL in sacks allowed (21), the fourth fewest by Green Bay in a 16-game season
    • Part of a line that allowed one sack or zero sacks in a league-best 13 games, tied for the most in team history (2004), including four zero-sack games, the most by Green Bay since 2008 (four)
    • Helped the Packers rank No. 1 in scoring (31.8 ppg), giveaways (franchise-record 11), zero-giveaway games (team-record 10), red-zone TD percentage (team-record 80.0) and time of possession (32:29), No. 2 in third-down percentage (team-record 49.4), No. 5 in total offense (389.0 ypg) and yards per play (6.29), No. 8 in rushing offense (132.4 ypg), No. 9 in passing offense (256.6 ypg) and No. 7 in rushing average (4.78)
    • Helped protect QB Aaron Rodgers as he led the NFL in passer rating (121.5), passing TDs (team-record 48), completion percentage (team-record 70.7) and interception percentage (0.95), the first NFL quarterback to lead the league in all four categories since Steve Young in 1992, on his way to earning league MVP honors
    • Also started both playoff games at LG
    • Part of an offense that racked up a season-high 259 rushing yards on 35 attempts (7.4 avg.) vs. Detroit, the top yardage total by Green Bay since Dec. 28, 2003, vs. Denver (262 yards on 34 carries)
    • At New Orleans, started at RG as the line allowed just one sack on the evening as the Packers became the first team in NFL history to score 35-plus points with no turnovers in each of the first three games of the season
    • At Houston (Oct. 25): Started at RG and was part of a line that did not allow a sack as Rodgers connected on 23 of 34 passes for 283 yards and four TDs with no INTs (132.4 rating)
    • Protected Rodgers as he threw for 295 yards and three TDs on 25-of-34 passing vs. Philadelphia, also blocked for Jones, who posted 130 yards on just 15 carries (8.7 avg.), highlighted by a career-long 77-yard TD run in the fourth quarter as he became the first player in team history to have two TD runs of 75-plus yards in a season
    • Vs. L.A. Rams (NFC Divisional, Jan. 16): Started at RG and played all 75 snaps as the line did not allow a sack of Rodgers against a Rams defense that ranked No. 2 in the NFL in sacks (53.0) during the regular season. Part of a line that helped the offense rack up 484 total yards, the second most in a game in franchise playoff history, including 296 passing yards and two TD passes from Rodgers and the team's 188 yards and two TDs on 36 rushing attempts (5.2 avg.)

    2019 SEASON (Packers):

    • Appeared in 14 regular season games and both postseason contests
    • At Dallas (Oct. 6): Saw his most significant action of the season to that point, playing the final 55 snaps of the game at center. Helped to clear the way for Jones' 182 yards from scrimmage (107 rushing, 75 receiving) along with four rushing TDs as Jones matched the single-game franchise record for rushing TDs
    • Took over at center early in the second quarter at Detroit, helping the Packers rack up 432 total yards as they featured a 300-yard passer (Rodgers, 323) and a 100-yard rusher (Jones, 100) for the first time on the season

    2018 SEASON (Packers):

    • Played in 14 games with four starts, opening two at LG and two at RG
    • Returned two kickoffs for 23 yards (11.5 avg.)
    • (Sept. 16): Played three snaps on special teams and made a critical play midway through the fourth quarter. After the Vikings had cut the Packers' lead to 23-21, fielded a short kickoff at the Green Bay 23 and returned it 8 yards to the 3
    • Vs. Atlanta (Dec. 9): Made his first start of the season, opening at LG in place of an injured Lane Taylor (foot). Protected Rodgers as he posted his ninth straight zero-INT game (tied for No. 2 in NFL history) and brought his streak of consecutive attempts without an INT to 368, a new NFL record as he moved past Patriots QB Tom Brady (358). Helped the Packers rush for 138 yards and a TD on 25 attempts (5.5 avg.)
    • At N.Y. Jets (Dec. 23): Started at RG and played all 91 snaps, blocking for an offense that racked up a season-high 540 yards, the most by the Packers since Sept. 15, 2013, vs. Washington (580 yards)

    2017 SEASON (Packers):

    • Played in 12 games with two starts (one at LG, one at RG), also seeing action on special teams
    • Vs. Minnesota (Dec. 23): Came in at RG on the second play from scrimmage after T Jason Spriggs sustained a knee injury and McCray moved from RG to RT. Played the final 66 snaps of the game at RG, helping to protect QB Brett Hundley as the line allowed just one sack on the evening
    • At Detroit (Dec. 31): Started at RG for the first time in his career, appearing on all 68 snaps

    2016 SEASON (Packers):

    • Was released by the Packers in the final roster reduction on Sept. 3 and then was signed to the practice squad the next day
    • Spent the entire season on Green Bay's practice squad
    • 2016 Draft: Was signed by the Packers as an undrafted free agent on June 1, 2016. Participated in Green Bay's rookie orientation camp in May on a tryout basis
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