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Joe Hawley
C #68
Height:
6-3
Weight:
302
Age:
28
College:
Nevada-Las Vegas
Hometown:
Bakersfield, CA
Experience:
8

Quick Stats (2017):

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Career Stats
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TOTAL 87 52
2017 TB 0 0
2016 TB 15 15
2015 TB 15 14
2014 ATL 4 4
2013 ATL 16 7
2012 ATL 6 0
2011 ATL 16 12
2010 ATL 15 0
Recent Games
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2 CHI W 29-7

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Biography

Acquired By Bucs: 

Signed by Tampa Bay as a free agent on September 14, 2015.

 

Originally Entered NFL:

Originally entered the NFL as a fourth-round pick, (117th overall) of the Atlanta Falcons in the 2010 NFL Draft.

 

Career Highlights:

Spent five seasons with Atlanta (2010-14) before joining Tampa Bay.

Has played in 87 regular season games with 52 starts, and has started 1-of-2 career postseason contests, seeing time at both center and right guard.

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.

During his time in Atlanta, was part of an offensive line that helped block for Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan, who averaged 272.6 passing yards during that time (eighth-most in the NFL), throwing 143 touchdown passes (sixth-most in the NFL) for a 93.2 passer rating (ninth-best in the NFL), while being sacked on only 4.8 percent of his dropbacks (sixth-fewest in the NFL, min. 1,000 attempts).

In 2011, helped pave the way for RB Michael Turner, who led the NFC in rushing with 1,340 yards.

Started first career game in Week 1 of the 2011 season, at Carolina (9/11/11).

Made NFL debut in Week 2 of his rookie season, vs. Atlanta (9/19/10).

 

2016 Highlights:

Part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack at Atlanta (9/11).

Started at center 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) with a knee injury.

Returned to action against Kansas City (11/20), helping block for 116 rushing yards in a Buccaneers win.

Part of an offensive line that blocked for 118 rushing yards and did not allow a sack against Seattle (11/27), 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 center on Sunday Night Football at Dallas (12/18) and at New Orleans (12/24).

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

 

College/Personal 

Started 33-of-47 career games at UNLV (2006-09), spending time at center and right guard, including starting every game as a junior and senior.

Won the Rebel Spirit Award, given to the senior who showed the most toughness, positive attitude and strong commitment to his teammates.

Attended Esperanza High School (Anaheim, California).

Earned 2005 PrepStar All-West Region Honors as he helped his team to an 11-3 record and an appearance in the state finals.

Named Sunset League Offensive Lineman of the Year in 2005.

Born Joe Hawley on October 22, 1988 in Bakersfield, California.

 

Community 

Helps sponsor “Turkey Time with the O-Line,” a Thanksgiving program carried out by the offensive line which provides hundreds of Thanksgiving meals each year for local families in need.

Has participated in three military appreciation tours, visiting U.S. troops stationed in Diego Garcia and Singapore (2014), Alaska (2015), and South Korea (2016) to watch the Super Bowl alongside U.S. service members and to thank them for their efforts.

Teamed up with Operation Homefront of Georgia to treat military families to a special night of dinner and games at Dave & Busters before Christmas in 2012.

Acquired By Bucs: 

Signed by Tampa Bay as a free agent on September 14, 2015.

 

Originally Entered NFL:

Originally entered the NFL as a fourth-round pick, (117th overall) of the Atlanta Falcons in the 2010 NFL Draft.

 

Career Highlights:

Spent five seasons with Atlanta (2010-14) before joining Tampa Bay.

Has played in 87 regular season games with 52 starts, and has started 1-of-2 career postseason contests, seeing time at both center and right guard.

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.

During his time in Atlanta, was part of an offensive line that helped block for Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan, who averaged 272.6 passing yards during that time (eighth-most in the NFL), throwing 143 touchdown passes (sixth-most in the NFL) for a 93.2 passer rating (ninth-best in the NFL), while being sacked on only 4.8 percent of his dropbacks (sixth-fewest in the NFL, min. 1,000 attempts).

In 2011, helped pave the way for RB Michael Turner, who led the NFC in rushing with 1,340 yards.

Started first career game in Week 1 of the 2011 season, at Carolina (9/11/11).

Made NFL debut in Week 2 of his rookie season, vs. Atlanta (9/19/10).

 

2016 Highlights:

Part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack at Atlanta (9/11).

Started at center 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) with a knee injury.

Returned to action against Kansas City (11/20), helping block for 116 rushing yards in a Buccaneers win.

Part of an offensive line that blocked for 118 rushing yards and did not allow a sack against Seattle (11/27), 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 center on Sunday Night Football at Dallas (12/18) and at New Orleans (12/24).

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

 

College/Personal 

Started 33-of-47 career games at UNLV (2006-09), spending time at center and right guard, including starting every game as a junior and senior.

Won the Rebel Spirit Award, given to the senior who showed the most toughness, positive attitude and strong commitment to his teammates.

Attended Esperanza High School (Anaheim, California).

Earned 2005 PrepStar All-West Region Honors as he helped his team to an 11-3 record and an appearance in the state finals.

Named Sunset League Offensive Lineman of the Year in 2005.

Born Joe Hawley on October 22, 1988 in Bakersfield, California.

 

Community 

Helps sponsor “Turkey Time with the O-Line,” a Thanksgiving program carried out by the offensive line which provides hundreds of Thanksgiving meals each year for local families in need.

Has participated in three military appreciation tours, visiting U.S. troops stationed in Diego Garcia and Singapore (2014), Alaska (2015), and South Korea (2016) to watch the Super Bowl alongside U.S. service members and to thank them for their efforts.

Teamed up with Operation Homefront of Georgia to treat military families to a special night of dinner and games at Dave & Busters before Christmas in 2012.
 

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