Players

Zach Miller
TE #86
Height:
6-5
Weight:
255
Age:
29
College:
Arizona State
Hometown:
Phoenix, Ariz.
Experience:
8

Quick Stats (2014):

REC
6
YDS
76
AVG
12.7
TDS
0
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 328 3,804 11.6 86 20 0 0 -- 0 0 4 3
2014 SEA 3 3 6 76 12.7 24 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2013 SEA 14 12 33 387 11.7 60 5 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2012 SEA 16 15 38 396 10.4 30 3 -- -- -- -- -- 1 1
2011 SEA 15 15 25 233 9.3 28 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2010 OAK 15 15 60 685 11.4 43T 5 -- -- -- -- -- 1 0
2009 OAK 15 15 66 805 12.2 86T 3 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2008 OAK 16 15 56 778 13.9 63T 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2007 OAK 16 16 44 444 10.1 28 3 -- -- -- -- -- 2 2
Recent Games
WKOppResultReceivingRushingFumbles
RecYdsAvgLngTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
1 GB W 36-16 3 42 14 24 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2 @SD L 21-30 1 22 22 22 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 DEN W 26-20 2 12 6 8 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
5 @WAS W 27-17 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
6 DAL L 23-30 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
7 @STL L 26-28 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
8 @CAR W 13-9 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
9 OAK W 30-24 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
10 NYG W 38-17 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

HOW ACQUIRED:
Signed by Seattle as an unrestricted free agent on August 3, 2011.

NFL CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
• Originally drafted by Oakland in the second round (38th overall) of the 2007 NFL Draft. Played four seasons for the Raiders, starting 61 of 62 games played. Has missed only three career games.
• Started 15 of 16 games played in 2012 and started both postseason games. Recorded eight receptions for 142 yards (the second-most in franchise postseason history) and one touchdown at Atlanta (1/13/13) in the NFC Divisional Playoff Game.
• Started 15 of 15 games played in first season with Seattle missing one (at Cleveland 10/23) with a neck/head injury. Had 25 catches for 233 yards spending much time as an extra blocker helping an offensive line decimated with injury.
• Hauled in 226 receptions for 2,712 yards (12.0 avg.) and 12 touchdowns in Oakland, ranking third all-time on the Raiders career receiving list for tight ends behind Todd Christensen (461) and Pro Football Hall of Famer Dave Casper (255) at the time of his departure.
• Named to the AFC Pro Bowl squad in 2010 after leading the team with 60 receptions for 685 yards. Led the Raiders in receiving in each of the last three seasons (2008-10). Became first tight end to lead the team in receiving in consecutive seasons since Christensen (1982-86). Ranked eighth among NFL tight ends in receiving. Also set a career high with five touchdowns.
• In 2009, recorded career-highs with 66 receptions for 805 yards while being named an AFC Pro Bowl alternate. Ranked eighth among NFL tight ends in both receptions and receiving yards.
• Totaled six receptions for a career-high 139 yards and a touchdown vs. Philadelphia (10/18/09). Also hauled in a career-long 86-yard touchdown reception.
• Became first tight end since Ethan Horton in 1991 to lead the team in receptions (56) in 2008. His 56 receptions ranked eighth among NFL tight ends and 778 receiving yards was sixth.
• As a rookie in 2007, started all 16 games and hauled in 44 receptions for 444 yards and three touchdowns to lead all NFL rookie tight ends. Receptions set a Raiders rookie tight end record.

HONORS:
2010: AFC Pro Bowl.

COLLEGE:
Finished collegiate career at Arizona State ranked sixth in school history with 144 receptions, setting a school record for receptions by a tight end. Started all 35 games played (2004-06). Career receiving yards (1,512) rank second on the ASU all-time list for tight ends when he left school. Had 14 touchdown catches to surpass the previous school career record for tight ends (11). Caught 56 passes in 2004, the single-season record for tight ends, topping the old mark of 55. Those 56 grabs also set a school single-season record for freshmen. 50 receptions in 2006 rank third on ASU’s single-season record chart for tight ends. Only tight end to catch 50 or more passes twice in a career. His 552 yards receiving in 2004 rank seventh on the school’s tight end single season list. One of only three players in the Pac-10 Conference to be named first team All-Pac-10 and first team Academic All-Pac-10 in 2006. Was named first-team All- American and finalist for John Mackey Award as a junior after registering 50 catches for 484 yards and four touchdowns in 2006. Was also named ASU’s Most Valuable Offensive Player of the Year and also the team’s Cecil Abono Team Captain and Pat Tillman Valor Awards receipt .

PERSONAL:
At Desert Vista (Phoenix, Ariz.) High School, was unanimous selection as the No. 1 tight end prospect in the nation. USA Today first team All-American tight end and played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl High School All-Star Game. Arizona Gatorade Player of the Year in 2003. Named the Phoenix Metro Magazine Player of the Year. Had 47 catches for 790 yards and six touchdowns as a senior. Also added 134 tackles on defense, 11 sacks and one interception. Won the Larry Gordon Award, presented annually to the state’s best linebacker and the Henry Stanton Award as the state’s top receiver. Earned four letters in football and three in track and field. Set the school discus record and was the shot put regional champion in 2004. Finished third in the state in discus in 2003. Brother, Brent, also played for Arizona State and shared tight end duties with Zach in 2006. Zach and his wife Ashley have twin girls, Kaydence and Remi.

HOW ACQUIRED:
Signed by Seattle as an unrestricted free agent on August 3, 2011.

NFL CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
• Originally drafted by Oakland in the second round (38th overall) of the 2007 NFL Draft. Played four seasons for the Raiders, starting 61 of 62 games played. Has missed only three career games.
• Started 15 of 16 games played in 2012 and started both postseason games. Recorded eight receptions for 142 yards (the second-most in franchise postseason history) and one touchdown at Atlanta (1/13/13) in the NFC Divisional Playoff Game.
• Started 15 of 15 games played in first season with Seattle missing one (at Cleveland 10/23) with a neck/head injury. Had 25 catches for 233 yards spending much time as an extra blocker helping an offensive line decimated with injury.
• Hauled in 226 receptions for 2,712 yards (12.0 avg.) and 12 touchdowns in Oakland, ranking third all-time on the Raiders career receiving list for tight ends behind Todd Christensen (461) and Pro Football Hall of Famer Dave Casper (255) at the time of his departure.
• Named to the AFC Pro Bowl squad in 2010 after leading the team with 60 receptions for 685 yards. Led the Raiders in receiving in each of the last three seasons (2008-10). Became first tight end to lead the team in receiving in consecutive seasons since Christensen (1982-86). Ranked eighth among NFL tight ends in receiving. Also set a career high with five touchdowns.
• In 2009, recorded career-highs with 66 receptions for 805 yards while being named an AFC Pro Bowl alternate. Ranked eighth among NFL tight ends in both receptions and receiving yards.
• Totaled six receptions for a career-high 139 yards and a touchdown vs. Philadelphia (10/18/09). Also hauled in a career-long 86-yard touchdown reception.
• Became first tight end since Ethan Horton in 1991 to lead the team in receptions (56) in 2008. His 56 receptions ranked eighth among NFL tight ends and 778 receiving yards was sixth.
• As a rookie in 2007, started all 16 games and hauled in 44 receptions for 444 yards and three touchdowns to lead all NFL rookie tight ends. Receptions set a Raiders rookie tight end record.

HONORS:
2010: AFC Pro Bowl.

COLLEGE:
Finished collegiate career at Arizona State ranked sixth in school history with 144 receptions, setting a school record for receptions by a tight end. Started all 35 games played (2004-06). Career receiving yards (1,512) rank second on the ASU all-time list for tight ends when he left school. Had 14 touchdown catches to surpass the previous school career record for tight ends (11). Caught 56 passes in 2004, the single-season record for tight ends, topping the old mark of 55. Those 56 grabs also set a school single-season record for freshmen. 50 receptions in 2006 rank third on ASU’s single-season record chart for tight ends. Only tight end to catch 50 or more passes twice in a career. His 552 yards receiving in 2004 rank seventh on the school’s tight end single season list. One of only three players in the Pac-10 Conference to be named first team All-Pac-10 and first team Academic All-Pac-10 in 2006. Was named first-team All- American and finalist for John Mackey Award as a junior after registering 50 catches for 484 yards and four touchdowns in 2006. Was also named ASU’s Most Valuable Offensive Player of the Year and also the team’s Cecil Abono Team Captain and Pat Tillman Valor Awards receipt .

PERSONAL:
At Desert Vista (Phoenix, Ariz.) High School, was unanimous selection as the No. 1 tight end prospect in the nation. USA Today first team All-American tight end and played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl High School All-Star Game. Arizona Gatorade Player of the Year in 2003. Named the Phoenix Metro Magazine Player of the Year. Had 47 catches for 790 yards and six touchdowns as a senior. Also added 134 tackles on defense, 11 sacks and one interception. Won the Larry Gordon Award, presented annually to the state’s best linebacker and the Henry Stanton Award as the state’s top receiver. Earned four letters in football and three in track and field. Set the school discus record and was the shot put regional champion in 2004. Finished third in the state in discus in 2003. Brother, Brent, also played for Arizona State and shared tight end duties with Zach in 2006. Zach and his wife Ashley have twin girls, Kaydence and Remi.