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- Signed a two-year contract with the Cardinals on 3/15/19 as an unrestricted free agent.
- Entered the NFL with Seattle as a seventh-round selection (225th overall) in the 2012 NFL Draft and has played 104 games (94 starts) with the Seahawks (2012-15, '18), Buccaneers (2016-17) and Cardinals (2019).
- Started all 16 games for the NFL's 10th-ranked rushing offense (1,990 yards) that averaged a single-season franchise-record 5.03 yards per carry (second in the NFL) in 2019.
- Blocked for 2,000-yard rushing teams in each of his five seasons in Seattle, including league-leading totals with 2,560 yards in 2018 and 2,762 yards (franchise record) in 2014.
Cardinals Position Overview 2020: Offensive Line
Right tackle the only starting spot that looks unsettled
Cardinals' Offensive Line Hopes To Remain Together
Group stayed healthier, played better than expected in 2019
Offensive Line Protecting Kyler Murray Better Than Sack Total Suggests
Cardinals are in top-10 in pass-blocking metric
Path To Redemption: Cardinals Offensive Line Finds Its Footing
Healthier Humphries, Sweezy, Shipley, Pugh and Murray playing well
J.R. Sweezy And The Jump Gone Wrong
Cardinals guard explains his decision to try to hurdle over Kyler Murray
Experienced Offensive Line Should Help Kyler Murray
Notes: Pete Robertson in the mix at OLB; freedom for Murray
Cardinals Position Overview: Offensive Line
Team continues to try and find right combination -- and lasting health
J.R. Sweezy, Lamont Gaillard Go On The Offensive
Former defensive linemen successfully made move to O-line