Players

Breno Giacomini
T #68
Height:
6-7
Weight:
318
College:
Louisville
Hometown:
Cambridge, Mass.
Experience:
6
Offensive Line
YearTeamGGS
TOTAL 43 35
2014 NYJ 2 2
2013 SEA 9 9
2012 SEA 16 16
2011 SEA 15 8
2010 SEA 0 0
2009 GB 0 0
2008 GB 1 0

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Biography

HOW ACQUIRED:
Signed by Seattle from Green Bay’s practice squad on September 28, 2010.

NFL CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
• Originally drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the fifth round (150th overall) in the 2008 NFL Draft. Played two seasons for the Packers before being released following training camp on September 4, 2010. He was signed to the practice squad the following day.
• Started all 16 games for first time in career in 2012, helping Marshawn Lynch to an All-Pro and Pro Bowl season with career-highs in yards (1,590), avg. gain (5.0) and carries (315).
• Received first extensive playing opportunity in 2011 and saw action in 15 games, starting eight at right tackle. Helped Lynch lead the NFC in rushing over the final seven games. Also helped Lynch post a club record, scoring at least one TD in 10 consecutive games. Facing San Francisco (12/24), who hadn’t allowed a 100-yard rusher in 36 games, Lynch totaled 107, or a rushing score (Lynch had one) in 15 games dating to 2010.
• Was active for one game, but did not play, in 2009 and inactive for 15, plus the NFC Wild Card playoff game. Was active for two games, making his NFL debut at Detroit (9/14/08).

COLLEGE:
Converted tight end who didn’t become a full-time tackle until his senior season at Louisville. Split time at tight end and tackle for his first three seasons at Louisville. Helped protect Brian Brohm on his way to setting a school record with 30 touchdown passes and 4,204 yards as a senior, which is secondbest in Louisville single-season history.

PERSONAL:
Three-year starter at Malden High and earned Greater Boston League all-star honors as a senior. Played both defensive end and linebacker. Started his freshman and sophomore years, but did not play football as a junior to concentrate on basketball. Four-year letter winner in basketball and was the secondleading scorer in the league as a senior at 21.0 points per game. Sold hot dogs as a senior in high school at Fenway Park. Majored in Sports Administration.

HOW ACQUIRED:
Signed by Seattle from Green Bay’s practice squad on September 28, 2010.

NFL CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
• Originally drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the fifth round (150th overall) in the 2008 NFL Draft. Played two seasons for the Packers before being released following training camp on September 4, 2010. He was signed to the practice squad the following day.
• Started all 16 games for first time in career in 2012, helping Marshawn Lynch to an All-Pro and Pro Bowl season with career-highs in yards (1,590), avg. gain (5.0) and carries (315).
• Received first extensive playing opportunity in 2011 and saw action in 15 games, starting eight at right tackle. Helped Lynch lead the NFC in rushing over the final seven games. Also helped Lynch post a club record, scoring at least one TD in 10 consecutive games. Facing San Francisco (12/24), who hadn’t allowed a 100-yard rusher in 36 games, Lynch totaled 107, or a rushing score (Lynch had one) in 15 games dating to 2010.
• Was active for one game, but did not play, in 2009 and inactive for 15, plus the NFC Wild Card playoff game. Was active for two games, making his NFL debut at Detroit (9/14/08).

COLLEGE:
Converted tight end who didn’t become a full-time tackle until his senior season at Louisville. Split time at tight end and tackle for his first three seasons at Louisville. Helped protect Brian Brohm on his way to setting a school record with 30 touchdown passes and 4,204 yards as a senior, which is secondbest in Louisville single-season history.

PERSONAL:
Three-year starter at Malden High and earned Greater Boston League all-star honors as a senior. Played both defensive end and linebacker. Started his freshman and sophomore years, but did not play football as a junior to concentrate on basketball. Four-year letter winner in basketball and was the secondleading scorer in the league as a senior at 21.0 points per game. Sold hot dogs as a senior in high school at Fenway Park. Majored in Sports Administration.