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TRANSACTIONS: Signed with Minnesota Vikings on May 10, 2014 ... Released by Minnesota Vikings on May 19, 2014 ... Signed Houston Texans on May 19, 2014 ...
CAREER AT IOWA
• Started 16 consecutive games after taking over the starting left guard spot with three games remaining in his junior season
• College teammates with fellow Texans C.J. Fiedorowicz and James Ferentz
• Honorable mention all-Big Ten by league coaches and media
• Academic All-Big Ten
• Started all 13 games at left guard
• Helped the Hawkeyes to an 8-5 record and a berth in the Outback Bowl
• Offense opened the season with five straight 200-yard plus rushing outings
• Played in front of a balanced offense that totaled 4,901 yards, 2,562 yards passing and 2,339 yards rushing
• Started the final three games of the season at left guard
• Earned his first career start against Purdue
• Played in three games
• Saw action in four games after entering the season listed as the team’s third center
• Led Valley High School to state championships in 2005 and 2008
• High school team went a combined 43-1 over four years
• Second team all-state selection as a senior
• Three-time all-conference pick, including first team honors as a senior
• Four-time academic all-conference selection
• As a tight end, totaled 31 catches for 402 yards and two touchdowns and also added 13 tackles
• Lettered in basketball and baseball
• Conor Boffeli
• Son of Jodi and Jim Boffeli
• Born Aug. 29, 1991
Arian Foster and Dave Dameshek debate the correct pronunciation of Jenga and how the Texans struggle without Foster on the field.
Texans TV host Drew Dougherty goes 1-on-1 with Longhorns cornerback Quandre Diggs during last week's Senior Bowl practice in Mobile, Alabama.
J.J. Watt and Ryan Fitzpatrick joked around with Zac Brown Band on the tour bus. The group performed at the DirecTV Super Fan Fest at Super Bowl XLIX.
Texans analyst John Harris goes 1-on-1 with Nebraska running back Ameer Abdullah during last week's Senior Bowl practice.