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John Sullivan
C #65
Height:
6-4
Weight:
310
Age:
32
College:
Notre Dame
Hometown:
Old Greenwich, CT
Experience:
10

Quick Stats (2017):

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10
GS
10
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 132 104
2017 LA 10 10
2016 WAS 13 1
2014 MIN 16 16
2013 MIN 16 16
2012 MIN 16 16
2011 MIN 15 15
2010 MIN 14 14
2009 MIN 16 16
2008 MIN 16 0
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
11 @MIN L 7-24

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Biography

TRANSACTIONS: Signed by the Rams as a free agent (4/5/17)...signed by the Washington Redskins as a free agent (9/27/16)...released by the Minnesota Vikings...re-signed with Minnesota (4/7/15)...re-signed with the Vikings (12/17/11)... originally entered the NFL as a sixth round (187th overall) draft pick by the Minnesota Vikings (4/27/08).

PRO: Ninth-year center begins his first season with the Rams in 2017...Has started 94-of-122 games in his career while being named PFWA First-Team All-Pro following the 2012 season...Has played in four postseason contests, starting three.

2016 SEASON: Played in 13 games, started one in his lone season in Washington...helped block for a Washington team that would go on to win the NFC East...at Philadelphia (12/11): Started at center...blocked for a Washington offense that would rush for 107 yards and two touchdowns.

2015 SEASON: Placed on injured reserve prior to the season with a back injury.

2014 SEASON: Played 16 games, starting all 16 games for the third straight season and fourth time in his career...helped pave the way for Vikings RB Matt Asiata to finish third in the league with nine rushing touchdown...at St. Louis (9/7): Blocked for WR Cordarrelle Patterson to rush for 107 yards, the most rushing yards by a receiver in Vikings history ...vs. Atlanta (9/28): Paved the way for the Vikings to rush for 241 yards as a team with four touchdowns...also saw RB Jerick McKinnon run for 135 yards on 18 carries (7.5 avg.).

2013 SEASON: Started all 16 games for the second year in a row...at Green Bay (10/24): Helped to block RB Adrian Peterson’s 146-yard rushing effort...vs. Chicago (12/1): Part of an offensive line that saw Adrian Peterson rush for a season-high 211 yards... vs. Philadelphia (12/15): Prominent part of an offensive line that paved the way for RB Matt Asiata rush for three touchdowns.

2012 SEASON: Started 16-of-16 games for the second time in his career...named PFWA First-Team All-Pro...part of an offensive line that helped RB Adrian Peterson run for 2,097 yards - the second-most in NFL history - en route to winning MVP, the first running back to win the award in six seasons...started at center in the club’s Wild Card game at Green Bay... at Seattle (11/4): Helped pave the way for Adrian Peterson to rush for 182 yards and two touchdowns...at Green Bay (12/2): Part of an offensive line that helped Adrian Peterson tally 210 yards and a touchdown on the ground... at St. Louis (12/16): Helped Adrian Peterson rush for a season-high 212 yards.

2011 SEASON: Played in 15 games, starting all 15 at center...helped the Vikings offense rush for 144.9 yards per game, the fourth-highest mark in the NFL...at Detroit (12/11): Paved the way for the Vikings to tally 269 yards and a touchdown on the ground.

2010 SEASON: Started all 14 games in which he played...vs. Buffalo (12/5): Helped block for Adrian Peterson to run for 107 yards and three touchdowns.

2009 SEASON: Started 16-of-16 games for the first time in his career...part of a Minnesota offense that ranked fifth in the NFL in total offense...paved the way for RB Adrian Peterson to rush for a Vikings-record 18 touchdowns...started at center in the team’s Divisional Round win versus Dallas and NFC Championship Game match-up against New Orleans...vs. Cleveland (9/13): Blocked for Adrian Peterson’s 180 yard and three rushing toucdown performance...vs. Detroit (11/15): Part of an offense line that helped Adrian Peterson rush for 133 yards and two touchdowns...NFC Championship vs. New Orleans (1/24/10): Helped block for Adrian Peterson to rush for 122 yards and three touchdowns on the ground.

2008 SEASON: Played in all 16 games as a rookie, playing a prominent role on special teams...played in the club’s Wild Card match-up with the Eagles.

COLLEGE: Started 43-of-47 games at Notre Dame...started in the Fiesta Bowl as a sophomore and the Sugar Bowl as a junior...served as a captain his senior year for the Fighting Irish.

PERSONAL: Named Connecticut’s Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior at Greenwich High School...played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl following his senior season in high school...won three state titles as a wrestler...graduated from Notre Dame with a degree in marketing...is married to Ariel and they have one son, John Harris (Harry) Sullivan.
TRANSACTIONS: Signed by the Rams as a free agent (4/5/17)...signed by the Washington Redskins as a free agent (9/27/16)...released by the Minnesota Vikings...re-signed with Minnesota (4/7/15)...re-signed with the Vikings (12/17/11)... originally entered the NFL as a sixth round (187th overall) draft pick by the Minnesota Vikings (4/27/08).

PRO: Ninth-year center begins his first season with the Rams in 2017...Has started 94-of-122 games in his career while being named PFWA First-Team All-Pro following the 2012 season...Has played in four postseason contests, starting three.

2016 SEASON: Played in 13 games, started one in his lone season in Washington...helped block for a Washington team that would go on to win the NFC East...at Philadelphia (12/11): Started at center...blocked for a Washington offense that would rush for 107 yards and two touchdowns.

2015 SEASON: Placed on injured reserve prior to the season with a back injury.

2014 SEASON: Played 16 games, starting all 16 games for the third straight season and fourth time in his career...helped pave the way for Vikings RB Matt Asiata to finish third in the league with nine rushing touchdown...at St. Louis (9/7): Blocked for WR Cordarrelle Patterson to rush for 107 yards, the most rushing yards by a receiver in Vikings history ...vs. Atlanta (9/28): Paved the way for the Vikings to rush for 241 yards as a team with four touchdowns...also saw RB Jerick McKinnon run for 135 yards on 18 carries (7.5 avg.).

2013 SEASON: Started all 16 games for the second year in a row...at Green Bay (10/24): Helped to block RB Adrian Peterson’s 146-yard rushing effort...vs. Chicago (12/1): Part of an offensive line that saw Adrian Peterson rush for a season-high 211 yards... vs. Philadelphia (12/15): Prominent part of an offensive line that paved the way for RB Matt Asiata rush for three touchdowns.

2012 SEASON: Started 16-of-16 games for the second time in his career...named PFWA First-Team All-Pro...part of an offensive line that helped RB Adrian Peterson run for 2,097 yards - the second-most in NFL history - en route to winning MVP, the first running back to win the award in six seasons...started at center in the club’s Wild Card game at Green Bay... at Seattle (11/4): Helped pave the way for Adrian Peterson to rush for 182 yards and two touchdowns...at Green Bay (12/2): Part of an offensive line that helped Adrian Peterson tally 210 yards and a touchdown on the ground... at St. Louis (12/16): Helped Adrian Peterson rush for a season-high 212 yards.

2011 SEASON: Played in 15 games, starting all 15 at center...helped the Vikings offense rush for 144.9 yards per game, the fourth-highest mark in the NFL...at Detroit (12/11): Paved the way for the Vikings to tally 269 yards and a touchdown on the ground.

2010 SEASON: Started all 14 games in which he played...vs. Buffalo (12/5): Helped block for Adrian Peterson to run for 107 yards and three touchdowns.

2009 SEASON: Started 16-of-16 games for the first time in his career...part of a Minnesota offense that ranked fifth in the NFL in total offense...paved the way for RB Adrian Peterson to rush for a Vikings-record 18 touchdowns...started at center in the team’s Divisional Round win versus Dallas and NFC Championship Game match-up against New Orleans...vs. Cleveland (9/13): Blocked for Adrian Peterson’s 180 yard and three rushing toucdown performance...vs. Detroit (11/15): Part of an offense line that helped Adrian Peterson rush for 133 yards and two touchdowns...NFC Championship vs. New Orleans (1/24/10): Helped block for Adrian Peterson to rush for 122 yards and three touchdowns on the ground.

2008 SEASON: Played in all 16 games as a rookie, playing a prominent role on special teams...played in the club’s Wild Card match-up with the Eagles.

COLLEGE: Started 43-of-47 games at Notre Dame...started in the Fiesta Bowl as a sophomore and the Sugar Bowl as a junior...served as a captain his senior year for the Fighting Irish.

PERSONAL: Named Connecticut’s Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior at Greenwich High School...played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl following his senior season in high school...won three state titles as a wrestler...graduated from Notre Dame with a degree in marketing...is married to Ariel and they have one son, John Harris (Harry) Sullivan.
 

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