TAMPA, FL - May 13, 2021 - Offensive lineman Robert Hainsey #70 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers headshot taken at AdventHealth Training Center. Photo By Kyle Zedaker/Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Robert Hainsey

OL

#70

Experience: 2 years

Height: 6-4

Age: 24

Weight: 306 lbs

College: Notre Dame

2022 SEASON

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    Career Stats

    Offensive Line Career

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    2021Tampa Bay Buccaneers90
    2022Tampa Bay Buccaneers99
    TOTAL189

    Biography

    2020 Season

    DUKE: Started in the season‐opening win over Duke (9/12). With the performance in the season opener, the Irish ranked first in the ACC (and 11th among all FBS teams) in tackles for loss allowed. Notre Dame succumbed to just five TFL; the Irish took home Pro Football Focus' Offensive Line of the Week award after the season‐opener vs. Duke, producing the highest‐combined pass‐block grade of any offensive line that week; named ACC co‐Offensive Lineman of the week for his performance vs. South Florida. SOUTH FLORIDA: Started in the 52‐0 win vs. South Florida (9/19) for an offensive line that allowed zero sacks on Irish quarterbacks and paved the way for six rushing touchdowns, the ACC's most in a single game at that point in the season. With its performance, the O‐Line was Pro Football Focus' top‐rated offensive line of the week for the second week in a row; Notre Dame's 281 rushing yards were the most by any ACC team that week, and only one ACC team had posted more rushing yards in a single game previously that season.

    ACC CHAMPIONSHIP: Started for an offensive line that helped the Irish win the time of possession battle for the 10th game that season (out of 11 games), totaling 31:52.
    CFP SEMIFINAL AT THE ROSE BOWL GAME: Started for an offensive line that helped Notre Dame win the time of possession battle for the 11th of 12 games that season, with 33:43 vs. Alabama. On the season, the Irish led the ACC and ranked seventh in the FBS in time of possession, controlling the ball for 33:56 minutes of game time.

    JUNIOR SEASON (2019)

    Started the first eight games before suffering a season‐ending injury against Virginia Tech

    Did not allow a sack on 423 snaps (252 pass plays), conceding just two QB hits and six QB hurries SOPHOMORE SEASON (2018)

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