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Doug Martin
RB #22
Height:
5-9
Weight:
223
Age:
28
College:
Boise State
Hometown:
Oakland, CA
Experience:
6

Quick Stats (2017):

CAR
27
YDS
127
AVG
4.7
TDS
2
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesRushingReceivingFumbles
GGSAttYdsAvgLngTDRecYdsAvgLongTDFUMLost
TOTAL 1,039 4,354 4.2 84 25 123 1,026 8.3 64 2 9 8
2017 TB 2 1 27 127 4.7 27 2 2 19 9.5 11 0 -- --
2016 TB 8 8 144 421 2.9 17 3 14 134 9.6 27 0 1 1
2015 TB 16 16 288 1,402 4.9 84 6 33 271 8.2 25 1 5 5
2014 TB 11 11 134 494 3.7 63 2 13 64 4.9 20 0 -- --
2013 TB 6 6 127 456 3.6 28 1 12 66 5.5 13 0 2 1
2012 TB 16 16 319 1,454 4.6 70T 11 49 472 9.6 64T 1 1 1
Recent Games
WKOppResultRushingReceivingFumbles
AttYdsAvgLngTDRecYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
5 NE L 14-19 13 74 5.7 17 1 1 8 8 8 0 -- --
6 @ARI L 33-38 14 53 3.8 27 1 1 11 11 11 0 -- --

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Biography

Acquired By Bucs:
Selected in the first round (31st overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft by the Buccaneers.


Awards & Accolades:
2x Pro Bowl Selection (2012, 2015).
2015 AP All-Pro First Team Selection.
5x FedEx Ground Player of the Week (Wees 8,9 & 11, 2012; Weeks 5 & 11, 2015).
2012 PFW/PFWA All-Rookie Team Selection.
Pepsi Rookie of the Week (Weeks 9, 2012).


Career Highlights:
Has started all 57 games he has played in, recording 1,012 rushes for 4,227 yards and 23 touchdowns, with 121 receptions for 1,007 yards and two touchdowns.
Has 11 career 100-yard rushing games, tied for second-most in team history.
Ranks fourth in rushing yards and rushing touchdowns and fifth in scrimmage yards in franchise history.
Selected to both the 2013 and 2016 Pro Bowl.
Finished the 2015 season as the league’s No. 2 ranked rusher with 1,354 yards on the year.
Started in his NFL debut against Carolina (9/9/12), recording 24 rushes for 94 yards, while adding four catches for 23 yards.
Recorded his first career rushing touchdown at the New York Giants (9/16/12).
Tallied his first 100-yard rushing game at Minnesota (10/25/12).
Rushed for 251 yards at Oakland (11/4/12), the highest total in franchise history and the 10th-most in NFL history.
Also rushed for four touchdowns at Oakland, becoming the first Buccaneer to do so, and the second player in NFL history with 250+ yards and four touchdowns in the same game.
Had a historic day at Philadelphia (11/22/15), finishing with 27 rushes for 235 yards, including 177 in the first half, marking the most first-half rushing yards in the NFL since 2003 (180, Jamal Lewis, 9/14/03).
At Philadelphia (11/22/15), recorded a career-long 84-yard run, which also marked the longest rushing play in team history.
Holds the franchise rookie records for rushing yards (1,454), rushing touchdowns (11), scrimmage yards (1,926) and scrimmage touchdowns (12).
His 1,926 yards from scrimmage as a rookie is the third-highest total in NFL history, trailing only Eric Dickerson (2,212 in 1984) and Edgerrin James (2,139 in 1999).
Recorded 10 games with 100+ yards from scrimmage during 2012, the most ever by a Buccaneer.


2016 Highlights:
Started all eight games he played in, rushing 144 times for 421 yards and three touchdowns, while catching 14 passes for 134 yards.
Totaled 96 yards from scrimmage at Atlanta (9/11), with 62 rushing yards and 34 receiving yards.
Rushed seven times for 23 yards at Arizona (9/18), before leaving the game with a hamstring injury.
Inactive with a hamstring injury Games 3-8.
Returned to action against Chicago (11/13), starting and rushing for 33 yards on 16 carries, with one touchdown, while adding a 13-yard reception.
His rushing touchdown was the 21st of his career, tying Reggie Cobb for the fifth-most in franchise history.
Combined for 105 yards of offense (63 rushing, 42 receiving) in a win at Kansas City (11/20).
Had a season-high 87 rushing yards in a win against Seattle (11/27).
Recorded a 23-yard reception and rushed for 45 yards in a win at San Diego (12/4).
Totaled 85 yards from scrimmage in a win over New Orleans (12/11), including a rushing touchdown.
Rushed 16 times for 42 yards on Sunday Night Football at Dallas (12/18).
Inactive at New Orleans (12/24).


College:
Is the first player from Boise State University to be drafted by the Buccaneers.
Fifth running back selected by the Buccaneers in the first round and the first running back from Boise State to be selected in the first round (sixth overall).  
One of two Boise State players to be selected in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft, the most in school history.
Became only the fourth Bronco to rush for 1,000+ yards twice in their career.
Team captain who started 25-of-51 games at Boise State (2007-11), including 25 of his final 26 games.
Throughout career, collected 3,431 yards rushing on 617 carries (5.6 avg), and 43 rushing touchdowns.
Added 67 receptions for 715 yards (10.7 avg) and four receiving touchdowns, as well as 26 kickoff returns for 739 yards (28.4 avg) and one touchdown.
Ranks third in school history with 43 rushing touchdowns and 48 total touchdowns, fifth with 3,431 rushing yards and sixth with 617 rushing attempts.
A first-team All-Mountain West Conference selection in 2011 and All-Western Athletic Conference in 2010.
As a senior, rushed 263 times for 1,299 yards and 16 touchdowns, while adding 28 receptions for 255 yards and two touchdowns.
Ranked second in the conference and 23rd nationally with an average of 99.92 rushing yards per game.
Had a school-record 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against Arizona State in the MAACO Bowl Las Vegas.
Named Boise State’s Offensive Most Valuable Player in 2011.
Started all 13 games at tailback as a junior, rushing 201 times for 1,260 yards (6.3 avg) and 12 touchdowns.  
Recorded six games of more than 100 yards rushing in 2011.
Received the team’s Iron Bronco Award for strength.
In 2009, led the team with 15 touchdowns, while gaining 765 yards rushing in 14 games played.
Also added 16 defensive tackles and a forced fumble while playing cornerback for the first three games of the season.
Scored the winning touchdown of the 2010 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.
Won the Dennis Erickson (Valor) Award as voted on by team coaches.
Majored in business.


Community:
Is active in the Buccaneers’ annual “Special Olympics Day” at Training Camp, leading the athletes through football drills and activities.
In May 2015, visited Tampa Bay Buccaneers Field in Clearwater to present a $10,000 PLAY 60 grant and lead children through football drills.
Participated in a Buccaneers Academy Fitness Zone ribbon cutting ceremony at Graham Elementary in May 2014 and helped lead students through PLAY 60 drills.
Sponsors the “Martin’s VIP’s” Front Row Fans section to provide a special gameday experience at Raymond James Stadium for local charities.
In March 2014, served as a marquee participant in the Buccaneers’ Uniform Showcase at Raymond James Stadium as part of the team’s new uniform reveal to the public.
In September 2013, helped host a Futbol Americano Celebration at Webb Middle School in celebration of the NFL’s Hispanic Heritage Month through football drills, salsa dancing, and Hispanic cultural music.
In June 2013, greeted fans at the Bucs Beach Bash, presented by Miller Lite.
Visited youth at All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg and sang holiday carols to residents at Westminster Palms retirement home in December 2012.
Helped host a lunch for service members at Coast Guard Air Station Clearwater and visited veterans recovering from injury and illness at Bay Pines VA Hospital in November 2012.
In October 2012, served dinner to breast cancer patients and families staying at the American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge in Tampa, where Barth also helped present a $5,000 donation in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Supported the Buccaneers “Wall of Hope” celebration in September 2012 by hosting pediatric cancer patients at One Buccaneer Place for a ceremonial event to raise awareness for the Pediatric Cancer Foundation.
Participated in the annual “Chalk Talk with the Buccaneers” chamber of commerce luncheon in September 2012, greeting fans and speaking on the excitement for the 2012 season.
In June 2012, visited MacDill Air Force Base to tour a hurricane aircraft, witness a military dog training session, and thank civilian workers and active duty military for their service.
Hosted an educational scavenger hunt for children from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tampa Bay at Busch Gardens Tampa in June 2012.
Signed autographs, handed out Buccaneers teddy bears, and greeted patients at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital in May 2012.


Personal:
Attended St. Mary’s High School (Stockton, California).
During senior season, amassed 1,234 yards on 171 carries and 14 touchdowns winning the team’s MVP award.
As a junior, rushed 228 times for 1,950 yards and 18 touchdowns, earning first-team all-selection and all-area honors by the Stockton Record and All-San Joaquin accolades by Comcast Sports.
Also was named Stockton Sports Hall of Fame Best Offensive Back in San Joaquin County as well as All-State honorable mention by the Stockton Record.
Added two letters at St. Mary’s while competing in track and field.
Son of Douglas and Leslie Martin.
Has two siblings, sister Gabrielle Martin and brother Andre Neal.
Born Douglas Martin on January 13, 1989, in Stockton, California.

Acquired By Bucs:
Selected in the first round (31st overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft by the Buccaneers.


Awards & Accolades:
2x Pro Bowl Selection (2012, 2015).
2015 AP All-Pro First Team Selection.
5x FedEx Ground Player of the Week (Wees 8,9 & 11, 2012; Weeks 5 & 11, 2015).
2012 PFW/PFWA All-Rookie Team Selection.
Pepsi Rookie of the Week (Weeks 9, 2012).


Career Highlights:
Has started all 57 games he has played in, recording 1,012 rushes for 4,227 yards and 23 touchdowns, with 121 receptions for 1,007 yards and two touchdowns.
Has 11 career 100-yard rushing games, tied for second-most in team history.
Ranks fourth in rushing yards and rushing touchdowns and fifth in scrimmage yards in franchise history.
Selected to both the 2013 and 2016 Pro Bowl.
Finished the 2015 season as the league’s No. 2 ranked rusher with 1,354 yards on the year.
Started in his NFL debut against Carolina (9/9/12), recording 24 rushes for 94 yards, while adding four catches for 23 yards.
Recorded his first career rushing touchdown at the New York Giants (9/16/12).
Tallied his first 100-yard rushing game at Minnesota (10/25/12).
Rushed for 251 yards at Oakland (11/4/12), the highest total in franchise history and the 10th-most in NFL history.
Also rushed for four touchdowns at Oakland, becoming the first Buccaneer to do so, and the second player in NFL history with 250+ yards and four touchdowns in the same game.
Had a historic day at Philadelphia (11/22/15), finishing with 27 rushes for 235 yards, including 177 in the first half, marking the most first-half rushing yards in the NFL since 2003 (180, Jamal Lewis, 9/14/03).
At Philadelphia (11/22/15), recorded a career-long 84-yard run, which also marked the longest rushing play in team history.
Holds the franchise rookie records for rushing yards (1,454), rushing touchdowns (11), scrimmage yards (1,926) and scrimmage touchdowns (12).
His 1,926 yards from scrimmage as a rookie is the third-highest total in NFL history, trailing only Eric Dickerson (2,212 in 1984) and Edgerrin James (2,139 in 1999).
Recorded 10 games with 100+ yards from scrimmage during 2012, the most ever by a Buccaneer.


2016 Highlights:
Started all eight games he played in, rushing 144 times for 421 yards and three touchdowns, while catching 14 passes for 134 yards.
Totaled 96 yards from scrimmage at Atlanta (9/11), with 62 rushing yards and 34 receiving yards.
Rushed seven times for 23 yards at Arizona (9/18), before leaving the game with a hamstring injury.
Inactive with a hamstring injury Games 3-8.
Returned to action against Chicago (11/13), starting and rushing for 33 yards on 16 carries, with one touchdown, while adding a 13-yard reception.
His rushing touchdown was the 21st of his career, tying Reggie Cobb for the fifth-most in franchise history.
Combined for 105 yards of offense (63 rushing, 42 receiving) in a win at Kansas City (11/20).
Had a season-high 87 rushing yards in a win against Seattle (11/27).
Recorded a 23-yard reception and rushed for 45 yards in a win at San Diego (12/4).
Totaled 85 yards from scrimmage in a win over New Orleans (12/11), including a rushing touchdown.
Rushed 16 times for 42 yards on Sunday Night Football at Dallas (12/18).
Inactive at New Orleans (12/24).


College:
Is the first player from Boise State University to be drafted by the Buccaneers.
Fifth running back selected by the Buccaneers in the first round and the first running back from Boise State to be selected in the first round (sixth overall).  
One of two Boise State players to be selected in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft, the most in school history.
Became only the fourth Bronco to rush for 1,000+ yards twice in their career.
Team captain who started 25-of-51 games at Boise State (2007-11), including 25 of his final 26 games.
Throughout career, collected 3,431 yards rushing on 617 carries (5.6 avg), and 43 rushing touchdowns.
Added 67 receptions for 715 yards (10.7 avg) and four receiving touchdowns, as well as 26 kickoff returns for 739 yards (28.4 avg) and one touchdown.
Ranks third in school history with 43 rushing touchdowns and 48 total touchdowns, fifth with 3,431 rushing yards and sixth with 617 rushing attempts.
A first-team All-Mountain West Conference selection in 2011 and All-Western Athletic Conference in 2010.
As a senior, rushed 263 times for 1,299 yards and 16 touchdowns, while adding 28 receptions for 255 yards and two touchdowns.
Ranked second in the conference and 23rd nationally with an average of 99.92 rushing yards per game.
Had a school-record 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against Arizona State in the MAACO Bowl Las Vegas.
Named Boise State’s Offensive Most Valuable Player in 2011.
Started all 13 games at tailback as a junior, rushing 201 times for 1,260 yards (6.3 avg) and 12 touchdowns.  
Recorded six games of more than 100 yards rushing in 2011.
Received the team’s Iron Bronco Award for strength.
In 2009, led the team with 15 touchdowns, while gaining 765 yards rushing in 14 games played.
Also added 16 defensive tackles and a forced fumble while playing cornerback for the first three games of the season.
Scored the winning touchdown of the 2010 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.
Won the Dennis Erickson (Valor) Award as voted on by team coaches.
Majored in business.


Community:
Is active in the Buccaneers’ annual “Special Olympics Day” at Training Camp, leading the athletes through football drills and activities.
In May 2015, visited Tampa Bay Buccaneers Field in Clearwater to present a $10,000 PLAY 60 grant and lead children through football drills.
Participated in a Buccaneers Academy Fitness Zone ribbon cutting ceremony at Graham Elementary in May 2014 and helped lead students through PLAY 60 drills.
Sponsors the “Martin’s VIP’s” Front Row Fans section to provide a special gameday experience at Raymond James Stadium for local charities.
In March 2014, served as a marquee participant in the Buccaneers’ Uniform Showcase at Raymond James Stadium as part of the team’s new uniform reveal to the public.
In September 2013, helped host a Futbol Americano Celebration at Webb Middle School in celebration of the NFL’s Hispanic Heritage Month through football drills, salsa dancing, and Hispanic cultural music.
In June 2013, greeted fans at the Bucs Beach Bash, presented by Miller Lite.
Visited youth at All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg and sang holiday carols to residents at Westminster Palms retirement home in December 2012.
Helped host a lunch for service members at Coast Guard Air Station Clearwater and visited veterans recovering from injury and illness at Bay Pines VA Hospital in November 2012.
In October 2012, served dinner to breast cancer patients and families staying at the American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge in Tampa, where Barth also helped present a $5,000 donation in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Supported the Buccaneers “Wall of Hope” celebration in September 2012 by hosting pediatric cancer patients at One Buccaneer Place for a ceremonial event to raise awareness for the Pediatric Cancer Foundation.
Participated in the annual “Chalk Talk with the Buccaneers” chamber of commerce luncheon in September 2012, greeting fans and speaking on the excitement for the 2012 season.
In June 2012, visited MacDill Air Force Base to tour a hurricane aircraft, witness a military dog training session, and thank civilian workers and active duty military for their service.
Hosted an educational scavenger hunt for children from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tampa Bay at Busch Gardens Tampa in June 2012.
Signed autographs, handed out Buccaneers teddy bears, and greeted patients at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital in May 2012.


Personal:
Attended St. Mary’s High School (Stockton, California).
During senior season, amassed 1,234 yards on 171 carries and 14 touchdowns winning the team’s MVP award.
As a junior, rushed 228 times for 1,950 yards and 18 touchdowns, earning first-team all-selection and all-area honors by the Stockton Record and All-San Joaquin accolades by Comcast Sports.
Also was named Stockton Sports Hall of Fame Best Offensive Back in San Joaquin County as well as All-State honorable mention by the Stockton Record.
Added two letters at St. Mary’s while competing in track and field.
Son of Douglas and Leslie Martin.
Has two siblings, sister Gabrielle Martin and brother Andre Neal.
Born Douglas Martin on January 13, 1989, in Stockton, California.

 

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