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Duane Brown
T #76
Height:
6-4
Weight:
303
Age:
28
College:
Virginia Tech
Experience:
7

Quick Stats (2013):

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14
GS
14
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 90 90
2013 HOU 14 14
2012 HOU 16 16
2011 HOU 16 16
2010 HOU 12 12
2009 HOU 16 16
2008 HOU 16 16
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 @SD W 31-28
2 TEN W 30-24
3 @BAL L 9-30
4 SEA L 20-23
5 @SF L 3-34
6 STL L 13-38
7 @KC L 16-17
9 IND L 24-27
10 @ARI L 24-27
11 OAK L 23-28
12 JAC L 6-13
13 NE L 31-34
14 @JAC L 20-27
15 @IND L 3-25
16 DEN L 13-37
17 @TEN L 10-16

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Twitter: @DuaneBrown76

TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Houston Texans in first round (26th pick overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft…Signed by Texans on July 25, 2008...Re-signed by Texans on Aug. 16, 2012.

HONORS:
Associated Press First Team All-Pro (2012)
Associated Press Second Team All-Pro (2011)
Pro Bowl (2013-14)
USA Today All-Joe Team (2011)
Madden Most Valuable Protectors Award (Week 7, 2011; Week 4, 2012; Week 13, 2012)

CAREER:
Was the second rookie in Texans history to start all 16 games on the offensive line
Garnered All-Pro honors in 2011 and 2012 and Pro Bowl honors following the 2012 and 2013 seasons
Has blocked for four 1,000-yard rushers and was a part of a top-10 offense in four of his first five years in the League
10th place on the franchise’s all-time games played list at 87 games
Has been called for holding just four times in 90 games

TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Houston Texans in first round (26th pick overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft…Signed by Texans on July 25, 2008...Re-signed by Texans on Aug. 16, 2012.

HONORS:
Associated Press First Team All-Pro (2012)
Associated Press Second Team All-Pro (2011)
Pro Bowl (2013-14)
USA Today All-Joe Team (2011)
Madden Most Valuable Protectors Award (Week 7, 2011; Week 4, 2012; Week 13, 2012)

CAREER:
Was the second rookie in Texans history to start all 16 games on the offensive line
Garnered All-Pro honors in 2011 and 2012 and Pro Bowl honors following the 2012 and 2013 seasons
Has blocked for four 1,000-yard rushers and was a part of a top-10 offense in four of his first five years in the League
10th place on the franchise’s all-time games played list at 87 games
Has been called for holding just four times in 90 games

2013 (Houston 14/14):
Started 14 games at left tackle and was elected to his second consecutive Pro Bowl
Helped block for an offense that totaled 449 yards at San Diego (9/9) in Week 1
Helped pave the way for 172 yards on the ground vs. Tennessee (9/15) in Week 2
Was Inactive due to a toe injury in Weeks 3 (at Baltimore) and 4 (vs. Seattle)
Blocked for an offense that produced a season-high 483 yards vs. Indianapolis (11/3) in Week 9
Moved into 11th place on the franchise’s all-time games played list at 85 games vs. Jacksonville (11/24) in Week 12
Helped pave the way for a ground game that produced a franchise-record four rushing touchdowns vs. New England (12/1) in Week 13

2012 (Houston 16/16, 2/2):
Part of an offense that ranked 7th in the NFL and Started all 16 games for the fourth time in his career, earning Assoicated Press All-Pro First Team honors as well as being selected as a starter for the AFC in the Pro Bowl
Part of an offensive line that cleared the way for Texans running backs to rush for 216 yards and three touchdowns while not allowing Matt Schaub to be sacked at Jacksonville (9/17)
Helped provide protection for Schaub, enabling him to tie a career-high with four touchdown passes at Denver (9/23)
Helped Arian Foster rush for 152 yards and a touchdown at the New York Jets (10/8)
Part of an offense that set a franchise record by scoring 43 points vs. Baltimore (10/21)
Helped Foster go over 100 yards for the fourth time this season as he gained 111 yards on 24 carries and scored a touchdown vs. Buffalo (11/4)
Part of an offense that set a franchise record with 653 yards of offense and tied the franchise scoring record with 43 points vs. Jacksonville (11/18) and put up another 501 yards at Detroit (11/22)
Paved the way for Foster to rush for 140 yards while not allowing Schaub to be sacked in the AFC Wild Card Playoff vs. Cincinnati (1/5/13)

2011 (Houston 16/16, 2/2):
Second-Team AP All-Pro choice after blocking for 1,200-yard and 900-yard rushers and allowing 2.0 sacks (according to StatsPass, Inc.)
Paved the way for Ben Tate to rush for 116 yards vs. Indianapolis (9/11) and 103 yards at Miami (9/18)
Provided pocket protection enabling Schaub to throw for 373 yards and three touchdowns at New Orleans (9/25)
Helped control the line of scrimmage, clearing the way for Foster to rush for 155 yards and a touchdown vs. Pittsburgh (10/2)
Part of an offense that put up 518 total yards, the fourth-highest in team history, which included two 100-yard rushers and a 100-yard receiver at Tennessee (10/23)
Cleared holes on the offensive line enabling the Texans to rush for a franchise-record 261 yards, including two 100-yard rushers for the second time that season, vs. Cleveland (11/6)
Paved the way for Foster to become the first player to rush for over 100 yards on the Falcons defense in the 2011 season when he went for 111 yards on 31 carries vs. Atlanta (12/4)
Helped Foster go over 100 yards for the sixth time that season and over 1,000 yards rushing for the second consecutive season vs. Carolina (12/18)
Started at left tackle in his postseason debut and opened holes for Foster to rush for 153 yards in AFC Wild Card Playoff vs. Cincinnati (1/7/12)
Paved the way for Foster to rush for 132 yards, the most Baltimore’s defense has ever given up in a postseason game, in AFC Divisional Playoff at Baltimore (1/15/12)

2010 (Houston 12/12):
Started 12 games at left tackle, clearing holes to help Foster rush for a franchise record 1,616 yards and win 2010 rushing title
Helped pave the way for Foster’s franchise-record 231 yards rushing vs. Indianapolis (9/12)
Provided pocket protection for Schaub, enabling him to throw for a then-franchise-record 497 yards and three touchdowns at Washington (9/19)
Opened holes for Foster to rush for 143 yards vs. Tennessee (11/28)
Paved the way for Foster to rush for 180 yards vs. Jacksonville (1/2) and wrap up the 2010 NFL rushing title

2009 (Houston 16/16):
Started at right guard and helped Schaub set a career high with four touchdown passes at Tennessee (9/20)
Helped Schaub pass for his second consecutive 300-yard game vs. Jacksonville (9/27)

2008 (Houston 16/16):
Started all 16 games and helped clear the way for RB Steve Slaton to lead all rookie rushers with 1,282 yards
Helped Slaton run for his first 100-yard game when he started at right guard at Jacksonville (9/28)
Helped Schaub throw three touchdown passes at Jacksonville and again vs. Cincinnati (10/26)
Helped Slaton set a Texans rookie record with 156 rushing yards at Indianapolis (11/16)
Blocked for Schaub to throw for 414 yards and two touchdowns at Green Bay (12/7)
Started at right guard vs. Tennessee (12/14) in which he was part of the offensive line that helped Slaton run for his third consecutive 100-yard game

COLLEGE:
Registered 71 knockdown blocks in his three seasons as an offensive tackle
Earned second-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference recognition for the second straight season and was a two-time state Offensive Lineman/End of the Year pick by the Richmond Touchdown Club
Recorded six tackles and blocked three kicks on special teams as a senior and also caught three passes for 64 yards (21.3 average) and one touchdown, adding three yards on a rushing attempt
Apparel, housing and resource management major, with a minor in consumer studies

HIGH SCHOOL:
Attended Hermitage (Richmond, Va.) High School where he lettered twice as a tight end and defensive end
Played in the Panthers’ first three games his senior year before suffering a broken leg, but returned for the Central Region semifinal game, catching seven passes for just under 100 yards in his limited playing time, and also recorded 15 tackles along with a pair of sacks to earn second-team All-District honors
Lettered in basketball and track, as he finished fourth in the Group AAA outdoor shot put competition

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