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Kevin Pamphile
G/T #64
Height:
6-5
Weight:
315
Age:
26
College:
Purdue
Hometown:
Miami, FL
Experience:
4

Quick Stats (2017):

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1
GS
1
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 38 19
2017 TB 1 1
2016 TB 14 14
2015 TB 16 2
2014 TB 7 2
Recent Games
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2 CHI W 29-7

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Biography

Acquired By Bucs: 

Selected in the fifth round (149th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft by the Buccaneers.

 

Career Highlights: 

Has played in 37 games, with 18 starts.

Made NFL and Buccaneers debut at Cleveland (11/2/2014), seeing time on offense and special teams. 

Started first NFL game at Carolina (12/14/2014), serving as a tight end.

Completed first full 16-game season in 2015, recording two starts: one at left guard and one as an additional offensive lineman.

In 2015, helped block for an offense that finished the season ranked fifth in the league in total offense (375.9 ypg) and fifth in rushing (134.9 ypg), while tying for the league lead in rushing average (4.8). 

Also in 2015, was part of a unit that helped the offense to a franchise-record 6,014 net yards on the year, while also recording 2,162 rushing yards for the second-most in a single season in team history.

Part of an offensive line that allowed only 27 sacks in 2015, the third-fewest by a Buccaneers team since 1983 when sacks became an official statistic.

 

2016 Highlights:

Started at left guard at Atlanta (9/11) as part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack.

Started at left guard at Arizona (9/18).

Part of an offensive unit that totaled 472 yards of offense against Los Angeles (9/25), the 10th-most in a single game in team history.

Started against Denver (10/2).

Part of an offensive line that helped block for 113 rushing yards at Carolina (10/10).

At San Francisco (10/23), started and was part of an offensive line that helped the team total 513 total yards of offense, tied for the fourth-most in a single game in team history, including 249 rushing yards, the fourth-most in a single game in franchise history.

Started against Oakland (10/30) and on Thursday Night Football against Atlanta (11/3).

Inactive against Chicago (11/13) and at Kansas City (11/20) with a concussion.

Returned to action against Seattle (11/27) as part of an offensive line that blocked for 118 rushing yards and did not allow a sack against the Seahawks, who entered the game tied for the league lead in sacks.

Started in a win at San Diego (12/4).

Against New Orleans (12/11), was part of an offensive line that blocked for 104 rushing yards

Started at left guard on Sunday Night Football at Dallas (12/18).

With injuries to Demar Dotson and Gosder Cherilus, moved from left guard and started at right tackle at New Orleans (12/24).

Started at left guard in a win against Carolina, helping block for 112 rushing yards (1/1/17).

 

College: 

Played in 35 games at Purdue (2009-13), with 21 starts on the offensive line.

As a senior (2013), started all 12 games at left tackle for the Boilermakers.

Played in all 13 games his junior season (2012), making nine starts.

Part of an offensive line that helped block for a single-game school record 9.2 rushing average, with 392 rushing yards on 42 attempts against Eastern Michigan (9/15/12).

Made the switch from defense to offense in the fall of his redshirt sophomore season (2011), playing in four games. 

Played in six games on the defensive line as a redshirt freshman (2010).

Redshirted in 2009.

Majored in communications.

 

Personal:

Attended Miami Central High School (Miami, Florida).

Invited to play in the Nike South Florida All-Star Game following his senior season.

In his only season as a prep football player, registered 31 tackles and 12 sacks.

Named All-Dade County.

Also played basketball, averaging 19 points and 10 rebounds per game as a junior and 20 and 11 as a senior.

Nicknamed ‘Big Kev.’

Born Kevin Serge Pamphile on November 27, 1990, in Miami, Florida.

 

Community:

Launched Athletes for Haiti, a project in conjunction with Athletes for Charity with the mission of supporting sports and education initiatives for youth in Haiti. 

In the spring of 2017, participated in a mission trip to Haiti to donate goods and spend time with children and families battling challenging circumstances.

In October 2016, joined teammates and the entire Buccaneers business operations staff for the team’s “Hometown Huddle”, helping to refurbish the Sulphur Springs K-8 School and Community Center and interact with students. 

In September 2016, was named the NFLPA’s Community MVP for his efforts to launch a STEM program in 10 Hillsborough County public schools. 

In May 2016, helped dedicate a Buccaneers Academy at Bevis Elementary School, which was awarded a Fitness Zone and also presented with a special assembly and P.E. equipment for winning the 2016 Play 60 Challenge.

In November 2015, participated in a military appreciation lunch at MacDill Air Force Base with support from USAA. 

Paired up with United Way volunteers and students to install a “Learning Garden” at Davis Elementary in September 2015. 

In July 2015, hosted a school supply drive to support children in underserved communities in Haiti.

In December 2014, visited patients battling illness during the holidays at All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg. 

Helped sponsor the 2014, 2015 and 2016 “Turkey Time with the O-Line,” a Thanksgiving program carried out by the offensive line which has provided thousands of meals for local families in need.

Along with UnitedHealthcare employees, Buccaneers teammates and cheerleaders, delivered and installed five Learning Gardens at Potter Elementary in September 2014 to reinforce the importance of agriculture and healthy eating. 

In June 2014 and 2015, had his head shaved by children battling cancer as part of the Buccaneers Cut for a Cure to raise funds and awareness for the Pediatric Cancer Foundation.

In June 2014, visited MacDill Air Force Base to greet service members and learn about U.S. military operations headquartered in Tampa. 

In May 2014, participated in the Buccaneers Academy Fitness Zone ribbon cutting at Graham Elementary and helped lead students through PLAY 60 football drills.

Acquired By Bucs: 

Selected in the fifth round (149th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft by the Buccaneers.

 

Career Highlights: 

Has played in 37 games, with 18 starts.

Made NFL and Buccaneers debut at Cleveland (11/2/2014), seeing time on offense and special teams. 

Started first NFL game at Carolina (12/14/2014), serving as a tight end.

Completed first full 16-game season in 2015, recording two starts: one at left guard and one as an additional offensive lineman.

In 2015, helped block for an offense that finished the season ranked fifth in the league in total offense (375.9 ypg) and fifth in rushing (134.9 ypg), while tying for the league lead in rushing average (4.8). 

Also in 2015, was part of a unit that helped the offense to a franchise-record 6,014 net yards on the year, while also recording 2,162 rushing yards for the second-most in a single season in team history.

Part of an offensive line that allowed only 27 sacks in 2015, the third-fewest by a Buccaneers team since 1983 when sacks became an official statistic.

 

2016 Highlights:

Started at left guard at Atlanta (9/11) as part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack.

Started at left guard at Arizona (9/18).

Part of an offensive unit that totaled 472 yards of offense against Los Angeles (9/25), the 10th-most in a single game in team history.

Started against Denver (10/2).

Part of an offensive line that helped block for 113 rushing yards at Carolina (10/10).

At San Francisco (10/23), started and was part of an offensive line that helped the team total 513 total yards of offense, tied for the fourth-most in a single game in team history, including 249 rushing yards, the fourth-most in a single game in franchise history.

Started against Oakland (10/30) and on Thursday Night Football against Atlanta (11/3).

Inactive against Chicago (11/13) and at Kansas City (11/20) with a concussion.

Returned to action against Seattle (11/27) as part of an offensive line that blocked for 118 rushing yards and did not allow a sack against the Seahawks, who entered the game tied for the league lead in sacks.

Started in a win at San Diego (12/4).

Against New Orleans (12/11), was part of an offensive line that blocked for 104 rushing yards

Started at left guard on Sunday Night Football at Dallas (12/18).

With injuries to Demar Dotson and Gosder Cherilus, moved from left guard and started at right tackle at New Orleans (12/24).

Started at left guard in a win against Carolina, helping block for 112 rushing yards (1/1/17).

 

College: 

Played in 35 games at Purdue (2009-13), with 21 starts on the offensive line.

As a senior (2013), started all 12 games at left tackle for the Boilermakers.

Played in all 13 games his junior season (2012), making nine starts.

Part of an offensive line that helped block for a single-game school record 9.2 rushing average, with 392 rushing yards on 42 attempts against Eastern Michigan (9/15/12).

Made the switch from defense to offense in the fall of his redshirt sophomore season (2011), playing in four games. 

Played in six games on the defensive line as a redshirt freshman (2010).

Redshirted in 2009.

Majored in communications.

 

Personal:

Attended Miami Central High School (Miami, Florida).

Invited to play in the Nike South Florida All-Star Game following his senior season.

In his only season as a prep football player, registered 31 tackles and 12 sacks.

Named All-Dade County.

Also played basketball, averaging 19 points and 10 rebounds per game as a junior and 20 and 11 as a senior.

Nicknamed ‘Big Kev.’

Born Kevin Serge Pamphile on November 27, 1990, in Miami, Florida.

 

Community:

Launched Athletes for Haiti, a project in conjunction with Athletes for Charity with the mission of supporting sports and education initiatives for youth in Haiti. 

In the spring of 2017, participated in a mission trip to Haiti to donate goods and spend time with children and families battling challenging circumstances.

In October 2016, joined teammates and the entire Buccaneers business operations staff for the team’s “Hometown Huddle”, helping to refurbish the Sulphur Springs K-8 School and Community Center and interact with students. 

In September 2016, was named the NFLPA’s Community MVP for his efforts to launch a STEM program in 10 Hillsborough County public schools. 

In May 2016, helped dedicate a Buccaneers Academy at Bevis Elementary School, which was awarded a Fitness Zone and also presented with a special assembly and P.E. equipment for winning the 2016 Play 60 Challenge.

In November 2015, participated in a military appreciation lunch at MacDill Air Force Base with support from USAA. 

Paired up with United Way volunteers and students to install a “Learning Garden” at Davis Elementary in September 2015. 

In July 2015, hosted a school supply drive to support children in underserved communities in Haiti.

In December 2014, visited patients battling illness during the holidays at All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg. 

Helped sponsor the 2014, 2015 and 2016 “Turkey Time with the O-Line,” a Thanksgiving program carried out by the offensive line which has provided thousands of meals for local families in need.

Along with UnitedHealthcare employees, Buccaneers teammates and cheerleaders, delivered and installed five Learning Gardens at Potter Elementary in September 2014 to reinforce the importance of agriculture and healthy eating. 

In June 2014 and 2015, had his head shaved by children battling cancer as part of the Buccaneers Cut for a Cure to raise funds and awareness for the Pediatric Cancer Foundation.

In June 2014, visited MacDill Air Force Base to greet service members and learn about U.S. military operations headquartered in Tampa. 

In May 2014, participated in the Buccaneers Academy Fitness Zone ribbon cutting at Graham Elementary and helped lead students through PLAY 60 football drills.

 

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