NFL Career Highlights:
- Has made 39 career starts: 32 at left tackle, three at left guard and four at right tackle.
- His 2016 season was cut short after four games and was placed on injured reserve (knee).
- Had his rookie season cut short by injury after fracturing his right ankle on October 6, 2013.
College: Three-year letterman and left school following his junior season. Started all 39 games of his college career at left tackle, including 13 as a true freshman. Career totals include 327 key blocks/knockdowns and 42 touchdown-resulting blocks. Recognized as the nation’s best offensive lineman in college football as the 67th recipient of the Outland Trophy in 2012.
Personal: Attended Arlington High. Earned consensus All-America honors as a senior, while protecting his twin brother, Matt, who played quarterback (also played quarterback at Texas A&M). Older brother, David, played on the offensive line at DePauw. Father, Dave, was a four-year letterman and three-year starter as an offensive lineman at Texas Tech and now serves as a trial lawyer in Fort Worth. Grandfather, Reece Washington, played tight end for Texas Tech. Majored in business.