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Tony Bergstrom
C #68
Salt Lake City, UT
Offensive Line
TOTAL 53 7
2017 WAS 9 3
2017 BAL 4 0
2016 HOU 15 0
2015 OAK 16 3
2014 OAK 0 0
2012 OAK 9 1

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TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Oakland Raiders with the 32nd pick in the third round (95th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft...Signed by the Houston Texans on March 10, 2016.

TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Oakland Raiders with the 32nd pick in the third round (95th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft...Signed by the Houston Texans on March 10, 2016.

Fifth-year offensive lineman played in 25 games and made three starts at center and one at right guard with the Oakland Raiders from 2012-15
Can play both guard spots in addition to center

2016 (Houston 15/0, 2/0):
Played one snap in relief of C Greg Mancz and saw action on special teams in the season opener vs. Chicago (9/11)
Saw action on special teams in Week 2 vs. Kansas City (9/18)
Active but did not play in Week 3 at New England (9/22)
Played one snap on offense and contributed on special teams vs. Tennessee (10/2) in Week 4
Played on special teams in Weeks 5-17 and both postseason contests

2015 (Oakland 16/3):
Appeared in all 16 games for the first time in his four-year NFL career
Started three games, including the first of his career at center
Contributed on special teams vs. Cin (9/13), vs. Bal (9/20), at Cle (9/27), at Chi (10/4), vs. Den (10/11), at SD (10/25), and vs. NYJ (11/1)
Made first appearance on offense, playing 16 snaps at center and contributed on special teams at Pit (11/8)
Made second career start vs. Min (11/15), his first at center and his first at any position since 2012
Played center at Det (11/22)
Played in a third straight game and made second start of the season at center at Ten (11/29)
Started at center in the loss to the Chiefs vs. KC (12/6), while helping the rushing attack average 4.1 yards per attempt for 99 yards
Played one snap on offense at right guard at Den (12/13) and contributed on two special teams snaps
Contributed on special teams vs. GB (12/20), vs. SD (12/24), and at KC (1/3/16)

2014 (Oakland 0/0):
Inactive for all 16 games

2013 (Oakland 0/0):
Spent season on Injured Reserve after suffering a foot injury in training camp

2012 (Oakland 9/1):
Dressed for 14 games and played in nine as a rookie, with one start at right guard at San Diego (12/30)
Inactive for two others
Made his NFL debut on special teams at Atl (10/14))
Played most of the fourth quarter, taking his first snaps on the offensive line at Bal (11/11)
Saw several snaps as a blocking tight end, helping RB Marcel Reece to 103 yards on the ground vs. NO (11/18)
Helped pave path for 203 rushing yards, including 110 from RB Darren McFadden, in the 15-0 win vs. KC (12/16) as a blocking tight end
Saw spot duty as a blocking tight end, then played the final two series at right guard at Car (12/23)
Made his first career start, playing 37 snaps while alternating at right guard at SD (12/30)  

Started final 38 games at right tackle, playing in 48 career contests at Utah
As a senior, earned first-team All-Pac-12 honors after starting 12 games
Named to preseason watch lists for Outland Trophy and Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award
Graded a team-high and career-best 85 percent for blocking consistency
As a junior, named second-team All-Mountain West Conference by league’s coaches and media
Started all 13 games at right tackle, grading out at 83 percent
Posted 15 TD blocks and 48 knockdowns as part of an offensive line that ranked 13th in the nation by allowing just 12 quarterback sacks
Had a season-high 87-percent grade and two TD-resulting blocks vs. San Diego State
Helped offense average 389.0 yards per game
Helped Utes rank 23rd nationally in scoring (33.1 points per game)
As a sophomore academic all-conference player, started all 13 games at right tackle
Produced 41 knockdowns and delivered 12 TD blocks
Helped Utes average 389.5 yards per game and allow just 20 sacks
Returned from his LDS mission and saw action in 12 games as a freshman
Earned first career start when he lined up at left tackle vs. UNLV, finishing with two knockdowns and one TD block
Named to honor roll and academic all-conference
Chemical engineering major

Attended Skyline High School in Salt Lake City, Utah
An all-state selection in 2004, adding Region III Player
of the Year and team Most Valuable Player honors
Served as team captain
Led team to region title and state semifinals
Led team to state finals as a sophomore and junior
Also lettered three years in basketball and twice in track
A three-time honor-roll student and an academic all-state pick, also received a Scholar Leader Athlete nomination from the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame
Brother-in-law, Paul Kruger, plays for the Cleveland Browns
Served an LDS mission for two years
Participated in the NFL Play 60 Character/Youth Football Camp in 2013 and 2014, helping children with their football skills and passed on messages of teamwork, hard work and leadership
Joined fellow offensive lineman in assisting the Youth Football Clinic – City of Oakland Parks and Recreation
Volunteered at the Gatorade Junior Training Camp in San Leandro, Calif., in November 2012

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