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Bryce Harris
T #79
Height:
6-6
Weight:
300
Age:
26
College:
Fresno State
Hometown:
Tulare, Calif.
Experience:
3

Quick Stats (2014):

G
16
GS
2
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 34 4
2014 NO 16 2
2013 NO 16 1
2012 NO 2 1
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 @ATL L 34-37
2 @CLE L 24-26
3 MIN W 20-9
4 @DAL L 17-38
5 TB W 37-31
7 @DET L 23-24
8 GB W 44-23
9 @CAR W 28-10
10 SF L 24-27
11 CIN L 10-27
12 BAL L 27-34
13 @PIT W 35-32
14 CAR L 10-41
15 @CHI W 31-15
16 ATL L 14-30
17 @TB W 23-20

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This talented, second year pro has served as a solid backup tackle with two career starts after being signed off of the practice squad of the Atlanta Falcons following week one of the 2012 regular season. The three-year starter at Fresno State fully recovered from a season-ending ankle injury suffered in his rookie season to appear in all 16 games with one start at right tackle in 2013, also serving as an extra blocker in multiple tight end packages.

NFL CAREER – This talented, second year pro has served as a solid backup tackle with two career starts after being signed off of the practice squad of the Atlanta Falcons following week one of the 2012 regular season. The three-year starter at Fresno State fully recovered from a season-ending ankle injury suffered in his rookie season to appear in all 16 games with one start at right tackle in 2013, also serving as an extra blocker in multiple tight end packages.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS – Placed on Reserve/Injured, 11/27/12; Signed by Saints from the Atlanta Falcons practice squad, 9/10/12; Signed by Atlanta to practice squad, 9/1/12; Waived by Atlanta, 8/31/12; Originally signed by Atlanta as an undrafted free agent, 4/30/12.

2013 – Appeared in all 16 regular season games with one start at right tackle, also serving as an extra blocker in multiple tight end packages. Also appeared in both postseason games…Started at right tackle at New England, Oct. 13 for an injured Zach Strief. 2012 – After being signed to the Saints active roster following week one from the Falcons practice squad, Harris would appear in two contests with one start…After being inactive for seven games and a DNP for one, Harris was pressed into action at right tackle for an injured Charles Brown at Oakland, Nov. 18…Started at right tackle the following week vs. San Francisco, Nov. 25, before suffering a season-ending ankle injury that forced him to be placed on Reserve/Injured.

COLLEGE – Started in 39 consecutive games at Fresno State after converting to the offensive line from defensive tackle during his redshirt freshman year...Selected to the All-WAC first-team by league coaches as a senior and finished second-team as a junior...Opened holes for San Diego Chargers RB Ryan Mathews as a redshirt sophomore as Fresno ranked in the top 20 nationally in total offense and scoring…Majored in computer engineering.

PERSONAL – Prepped at Tulare Union (Tulare, Calif.) HS, where he was a team captain and a member of the East Yosemite League champions...Visited pediatric and cancer infusion patients at Ochsner Medical Center with teammates…Also helped host a pep rally and pizza party at St. Cletus School in Gretna in support of the NFL’s and club’s Play 60 program, supported by Rotolo’s Pizzeria and the Louisiana Dairy Farmers Association…Along with teammates, donated the funding and helped distribute 1,000 Thanksgiving meals to local families in need at Dryades YMCA…Participated in games of football, basketball and dodgeball with students at Edgar P. Harney Spirit of Excellence Academy as part of a Playworks school visit…Born January 16, 1989.

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