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Andrew Whitworth
T #77
Height:
6-7
Weight:
333
Age:
35
College:
LSU
Hometown:
Monroe, LA
Experience:
12

Quick Stats (2017):

G
9
GS
9
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 177 173
2017 LA 9 9
2016 CIN 16 16
2015 CIN 16 16
2014 CIN 16 16
2013 CIN 14 14
2012 CIN 16 16
2011 CIN 16 16
2010 CIN 16 16
2009 CIN 16 16
2008 CIN 10 10
2007 CIN 16 16
2006 CIN 16 12
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 IND W 46-9
2 WAS L 20-27
3 @SF W 41-39
4 @DAL W 35-30
5 SEA L 10-16
6 @JAX W 27-17
7 ARI W 33-0
9 @NYG W 51-17
10 HOU W 33-7

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Biography

TRANSACTIONS: Signed with Rams as a free agent (3/9/17)...signed contract extension with Bengals (9/23/15)...signed con- tract extension with Bengals (8/31/11)...signed contract extension with Bengals (7/27/08)...signed with Bengals (7/29/06)...selected by Cincinnati in the second round of 2006 NFL Draft (55th overall).

PRO: Twelve-year pro has competed in 174 games with 170 starts...versatile left tackle who has also seen action at left guard...three-time NFL Pro Bowler
(2013, 2016, 2017)...The Associated Press All-Pro team in 2015...recorded three 
seasons with allowing only one sack or less (2007, 2014, 2016)...registered eight
 seasons (2006-2007, 2009, 2011-2015) in which his pass blocking has produced
 a 1,000 yard receiver (T.Houshmandzadeh: 2006 & 2007; C.Johnson: 2006, 2007, 2009; A.Green: 2011 & 2013, B. Green- Ellis: 2012; J. Hill: 2014)...registered five seasons in which he blocked for three different 1,000-yard rushers (R.Johnson: 2006, C.Benson: 2009-2011, B.Green-Ellis: 2012).

2016 SEASON: Started all 16 regular season games at left tackle...earned a Pro Bowl nod for the second-consecutive season, third time in his career...at New York Jets (9/11): Contributed to an offensive line unit that helped QB Andy Dalton throw for 366 yards...at Pittsburgh (9/18): Blocked the blindside of QB Andy Dalton to produce 366 yards through the air...vs. Denver (9/25): Blocked for a rushing attack that totaled 143 net yards...vs. Miami (9/29): Helped the offense control possession for 38:02.

2015 SEASON: Started at left tackle in all 16 regular season games, including one playoff start in an AFC Wild Card match-up versus Pittsburgh...received Pro Bowl honors for the second time in his career...named to the All-Pro team by the Associated Press...vs. San Diego (9/20): Recorded second-straight game without allowing a sack...paved the way for an offensive unit to produced a 175-yard rushing output...vs. Kansas City (10/4): Contributed to an offensive line that allowed no sacks...helped guide Bengals to their first game in franchise history with more than 300 net passing yards (321) and four rushing touchdowns... vs. Seattle (10/11): Helped lead the rally from a 24-7 fourth-quarter deficit as Bengals became first team since Week 15 of the 2010 season to win after trailing by 17 or more in the final period.

2014 SEASON: Started 16 games at left tackle, including an AFC Wild Card playoff contest at Indianapolis...named first-team All-Pro by Peter King’s Monday Morning QB and second-team All-Pro by The Associated Press...part of the protection that allowed no sacks in the first three games of the season, for first time in franchise history...helped lead a pass protection unit that helped the Bengals rank third in NFL in fewest sacks allowed (23) and least sack yardage allowed (130)...supported a rushing attack that ranked sixth in the league with 134.2 yards per game...vs. Baltimore (10/26): Helped power the way for three 1-yard touchdown runs in goal line situations, including the game-winning touchdown by QB Andy Dalton on fourth-and-1 play late in fourth quarter...at Cleveland (12/14): Contributed to an offense that powered 244 rushing yards, the highest rushing yardage total for the Bengals since Nov. 28, 2004 vs. Cleveland (253 yards)...vs. Denver (12/22): Paved the way for the offense to produce 207 rushing yards in a playoff-clinching win.

2013 SEASON: Started all 14 regular season games he appeared in, starting at left tackle and left guard positions, including the Wild Card playoff match-up against San Diego...vs. New York Jets (10/27): Contributed to pass protection that allowed only one sack, as QB Andy Dalton threw a career-best five touchdown passes...vs. San Diego (1/5/14): Aided a 439-yard offensive output in the AFC Wild Card playoffs.
2012 SEASON: Selected to the Pro Bowl for the first time in his career...helped RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis post an NFL-leading 14 conversions on third-and-1 rushing plays, with only one failure to convert...part of the run-blocking effort for Green-Ellis to gain at least 100 yards four times in a five-game stretch, only second instance of a Bengals back getting four 100-yarders in five games.
2011 SEASON: Started at left tackle in every regular season game, and the AFC Wild Card playoff contest at Houston.

2010 SEASON: Started all 16 games at the left tackle position...helped Cincinnati’s offense rank second in the AFC and sixth in the NFL in fewest sacks allowed per passing attempt (one every 22.07 passing attempts).
2009 SEASON: Voted by teammates as a team captain...guided team to a single-season record of eight games with a 100- yard rusher, including an individual club mark of six by RB Cedric Benson...at Baltimore (10/11): Assisted RB Cedric Benson (27-for-120) to become first player in 40 games to rush for 100 yards against Baltimore...vs. Chicago (10/25): Paved the way for RB Cedric Benson’s career-high 189 rushing yard output, while also aiding a sack-free performance up front...vs. New York Jets (1/9/10): Guided RB Cedric Benson to a Bengals postseason-record 169 rushing yards in an AFC Wild Card playoff game.

2008 SEASON: Started the first 10 games at left guard, but suffered a season-ending ankle injury in Week 11 vs. Philadelphia.

2007 SEASON: Started all 16 games of the regular season at both left tackle and left guard...played on 1,041-of-1,047 offensive team snaps (99.4 percent) as Bengals set club record for fewest sacks allowed (17).
2006 SEASON: Veterans’ injuries opened the door for the rookie to make 12 starts among his 16 games played...made 10-of-12 starts at left tackle...vs. Cleveland (9/17): Earned first professional start in his second career game, opening at left guard.

COLLEGE: A pillar of the LSU offensive line from 2002-05, Whitworth never missed a game or a practice due to injury...closed career with the second-most starts (52) in NCAA Division I annals...played primarily left tackle and was credited with no sacks allowed as a senior, and only one as a junior...earned All-SEC first-team honors as both a junior and senior, including a con- sensus nod as a senior...started every game as a sophomore in 2003 as LSU won the BCS national championship with a 13-1 mark...spent five years at LSU, including 2001 redshirt.

PERSONAL: Hometown is West Monroe, La...led West Monroe High School to three Class 5A state football titles, as a fresh- man, sophomore and senior...graduated from LSU in December 2005 with degree in general studies...former junior tennis champion in Louisiana, and is also an excellent golfer...a Bengals leader in community service, working through his BigWhit 77 Foundation...hosts a fund-raising golf tournament in Louisiana, and enjoys serving as a motivational speaker to youth groups, and is known for having personally reached out to families in need... married to his wife Melissa, with four children (twins Sarah and Drew, Michael, and Katherine).

TRANSACTIONS: Signed with Rams as a free agent (3/9/17)...signed contract extension with Bengals (9/23/15)...signed con- tract extension with Bengals (8/31/11)...signed contract extension with Bengals (7/27/08)...signed with Bengals (7/29/06)...selected by Cincinnati in the second round of 2006 NFL Draft (55th overall).

PRO: Twelve-year pro has competed in 174 games with 170 starts...versatile left tackle who has also seen action at left guard...three-time NFL Pro Bowler
(2013, 2016, 2017)...The Associated Press All-Pro team in 2015...recorded three 
seasons with allowing only one sack or less (2007, 2014, 2016)...registered eight
 seasons (2006-2007, 2009, 2011-2015) in which his pass blocking has produced
 a 1,000 yard receiver (T.Houshmandzadeh: 2006 & 2007; C.Johnson: 2006, 2007, 2009; A.Green: 2011 & 2013, B. Green- Ellis: 2012; J. Hill: 2014)...registered five seasons in which he blocked for three different 1,000-yard rushers (R.Johnson: 2006, C.Benson: 2009-2011, B.Green-Ellis: 2012).

2016 SEASON: Started all 16 regular season games at left tackle...earned a Pro Bowl nod for the second-consecutive season, third time in his career...at New York Jets (9/11): Contributed to an offensive line unit that helped QB Andy Dalton throw for 366 yards...at Pittsburgh (9/18): Blocked the blindside of QB Andy Dalton to produce 366 yards through the air...vs. Denver (9/25): Blocked for a rushing attack that totaled 143 net yards...vs. Miami (9/29): Helped the offense control possession for 38:02.

2015 SEASON: Started at left tackle in all 16 regular season games, including one playoff start in an AFC Wild Card match-up versus Pittsburgh...received Pro Bowl honors for the second time in his career...named to the All-Pro team by the Associated Press...vs. San Diego (9/20): Recorded second-straight game without allowing a sack...paved the way for an offensive unit to produced a 175-yard rushing output...vs. Kansas City (10/4): Contributed to an offensive line that allowed no sacks...helped guide Bengals to their first game in franchise history with more than 300 net passing yards (321) and four rushing touchdowns... vs. Seattle (10/11): Helped lead the rally from a 24-7 fourth-quarter deficit as Bengals became first team since Week 15 of the 2010 season to win after trailing by 17 or more in the final period.

2014 SEASON: Started 16 games at left tackle, including an AFC Wild Card playoff contest at Indianapolis...named first-team All-Pro by Peter King’s Monday Morning QB and second-team All-Pro by The Associated Press...part of the protection that allowed no sacks in the first three games of the season, for first time in franchise history...helped lead a pass protection unit that helped the Bengals rank third in NFL in fewest sacks allowed (23) and least sack yardage allowed (130)...supported a rushing attack that ranked sixth in the league with 134.2 yards per game...vs. Baltimore (10/26): Helped power the way for three 1-yard touchdown runs in goal line situations, including the game-winning touchdown by QB Andy Dalton on fourth-and-1 play late in fourth quarter...at Cleveland (12/14): Contributed to an offense that powered 244 rushing yards, the highest rushing yardage total for the Bengals since Nov. 28, 2004 vs. Cleveland (253 yards)...vs. Denver (12/22): Paved the way for the offense to produce 207 rushing yards in a playoff-clinching win.

2013 SEASON: Started all 14 regular season games he appeared in, starting at left tackle and left guard positions, including the Wild Card playoff match-up against San Diego...vs. New York Jets (10/27): Contributed to pass protection that allowed only one sack, as QB Andy Dalton threw a career-best five touchdown passes...vs. San Diego (1/5/14): Aided a 439-yard offensive output in the AFC Wild Card playoffs.
2012 SEASON: Selected to the Pro Bowl for the first time in his career...helped RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis post an NFL-leading 14 conversions on third-and-1 rushing plays, with only one failure to convert...part of the run-blocking effort for Green-Ellis to gain at least 100 yards four times in a five-game stretch, only second instance of a Bengals back getting four 100-yarders in five games.
2011 SEASON: Started at left tackle in every regular season game, and the AFC Wild Card playoff contest at Houston.

2010 SEASON: Started all 16 games at the left tackle position...helped Cincinnati’s offense rank second in the AFC and sixth in the NFL in fewest sacks allowed per passing attempt (one every 22.07 passing attempts).
2009 SEASON: Voted by teammates as a team captain...guided team to a single-season record of eight games with a 100- yard rusher, including an individual club mark of six by RB Cedric Benson...at Baltimore (10/11): Assisted RB Cedric Benson (27-for-120) to become first player in 40 games to rush for 100 yards against Baltimore...vs. Chicago (10/25): Paved the way for RB Cedric Benson’s career-high 189 rushing yard output, while also aiding a sack-free performance up front...vs. New York Jets (1/9/10): Guided RB Cedric Benson to a Bengals postseason-record 169 rushing yards in an AFC Wild Card playoff game.

2008 SEASON: Started the first 10 games at left guard, but suffered a season-ending ankle injury in Week 11 vs. Philadelphia.

2007 SEASON: Started all 16 games of the regular season at both left tackle and left guard...played on 1,041-of-1,047 offensive team snaps (99.4 percent) as Bengals set club record for fewest sacks allowed (17).
2006 SEASON: Veterans’ injuries opened the door for the rookie to make 12 starts among his 16 games played...made 10-of-12 starts at left tackle...vs. Cleveland (9/17): Earned first professional start in his second career game, opening at left guard.

COLLEGE: A pillar of the LSU offensive line from 2002-05, Whitworth never missed a game or a practice due to injury...closed career with the second-most starts (52) in NCAA Division I annals...played primarily left tackle and was credited with no sacks allowed as a senior, and only one as a junior...earned All-SEC first-team honors as both a junior and senior, including a con- sensus nod as a senior...started every game as a sophomore in 2003 as LSU won the BCS national championship with a 13-1 mark...spent five years at LSU, including 2001 redshirt.

PERSONAL: Hometown is West Monroe, La...led West Monroe High School to three Class 5A state football titles, as a fresh- man, sophomore and senior...graduated from LSU in December 2005 with degree in general studies...former junior tennis champion in Louisiana, and is also an excellent golfer...a Bengals leader in community service, working through his BigWhit 77 Foundation...hosts a fund-raising golf tournament in Louisiana, and enjoys serving as a motivational speaker to youth groups, and is known for having personally reached out to families in need... married to his wife Melissa, with four children (twins Sarah and Drew, Michael, and Katherine).

 

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