Cooper Carlisle
G #66
Offensive Line
TOTAL 190 133
2012 OAK 16 16
2011 OAK 16 16
2010 OAK 16 16
2009 OAK 16 16
2008 OAK 15 15
2007 OAK 16 16
2006 DEN 16 16
2005 DEN 16 16
2004 DEN 16 4
2003 DEN 16 2
2002 DEN 1 0
2001 DEN 16 0
2000 DEN 14 0

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Selected by Denver Broncos as second of two fourth-round choices (112th overall) in 2000 NFL Draft, April 16, 2000…Signed first contract, July 18, 2000…Re-signed by Broncos as unrestricted free agent, March 18, 2005…Signed by Oakland Raiders as unrestricted free agent, April 13, 2007…Re-signed by Raiders as unrestricted free agent, March 3, 2009…Terminated by Raiders, March 14, 2012…Re-signed by Raiders as free agent, March 19, 2012.

Selected by Denver Broncos as second of two fourth-round choices (112th overall) in 2000 NFL Draft, April 16, 2000…Signed first contract, July 18, 2000…Re-signed by Broncos as unrestricted free agent, March 18, 2005…Signed by Oakland Raiders as unrestricted free agent, April 13, 2007…Re-signed by Raiders as unrestricted free agent, March 3, 2009…Terminated by Raiders, March 14, 2012…Re-signed by Raiders as free agent, March 19, 2012.

CAREER: Ironman bulldozer has started 79 of 80 games since joining the Raiders in 2007…Including three playoff games, over a longer stretch, has started 118 of his teams’ last 119 games, with Oakland and Denver, a venerable period that began Dec. 12, 2004…Enters sixth season with the Silver and Black, having started 60 straight games, all at right guard, since last missing a contest on Sept. 28, 2008, inactive with ankle injury…Has played in 174 games with 117 starts over a 12-year NFL career with the Broncos and Raiders.

2011: Started all 16 games at right guard, the seventh straight season he started every contest in which he was active…Part of a group that allowed only 25 sacks, the third-lowest total in the NFL and lowest single-season mark in franchise history…(9/12) at DEN: Blocked for RB Darren McFadden’s 150-yard rushing performance…Helped team produce 190 yards on the ground…(9/18) at BUF: Part of a line that did not allow a sack and helped offense total 454 yards…(9/25) vs. NYJ: Blocked for team’s season-high 234 rushing yards…Blocked for McFadden, who produced a career-high 171 yards on the ground…(10/2) vs. NE: Part of an offense that racked up a season-high 504 total yards and did not allow a sack…(11/10) at SD: Blocked for RB Michael Bush’s 157-yard rushing performance…Helped offense post 489 total yards and 191 yards on the ground…(12/18) vs. DET: Part of an offense that totaled 477 yards…(12/24) at KC: Part of a line that did not allow a sack, in overtime win…(1/1/12) vs. SD: Part of a line that did not allow a sack for the second straight game and enabled Carson Palmer to pass for 417 yards, the third-highest total in franchise history.

2010: Started all 16 games at right guard…Part of a group that set a franchise record by rushing for 4.9 yards per attempt…Helped anchor a line that produced the second-ranked rushing attack in the NFL and recorded three games with 500-plus yards of total offense…Part of a group that blocked for McFadden, who rushed for 1,157 yards to become the Raiders’ first 1,000-yard rusher since 2007 …(9/19) vs. STL: Blocked for McFadden, who totaled 145 yards on the ground…(9/26) at ARI: Aided McFadden’s 105-yard rushing effort, ushering him into end zone on a 2-yard run …(10/10) vs. SD: Contributed to a 104-yard rushing effort by Michael Bush…(10/24) at DEN: Part of a record-breaking offensive performance, helping team amass 508 yards of total offense…Helped team set franchise records in points (59), touchdowns (8) and rushing touchdowns (5)…Blocked for a running game that totaled 328 yards and helped McFadden rush for 165 yards and three TDs…(10/31) vs. SEA: Contributed to an offense that recorded its second straight 500-yard performance (545)…Anchored a line that enabled Campbell to pass for 310 yards and McFadden to rush for 111 …(12/12) at JAC: Blocked for McFadden’s 123-yard rushing performance…Helped spring McFadden for touchdown runs of 51 and 36 yards…(12/19) vs. DEN: Part of a unit that totaled 502 yards of offense and did not allow a sack…Helped McFadden rush for 119 yards and aided a rushing attack that totaled 264 yards on the ground…Blocked on two 1-yard touchdown dives by Bush…Also blocked on a 71-yard reverse touchdown by WR Jacoby Ford…(1/2/11) at KC: Helped Bush rush for 137 yards, including a 26-yard TD, in addition to Ford’s 10-yard scoring run.

2009: Started all 16 games at right guard…(9/14) vs. SD: Part of an offensive line that allowed just one sack…(9/20) at KC: Made several significant blocks on game-winning drive that culminated in a 5-yard touchdown run by Darren McFadden with just over a minute remaining in a 13-10 triumph…(10/18) vs. PHI: Held the line as Raiders passed for 224 yards and ran for 116 in a 13-9 victory …(11/15) vs. KC: Contributed to a running game that amassed 182 yards on the ground, including Bush’s 119…(11/22) vs. CIN: Part of a unit that didn’t allow a sack or tackle for loss in 20-17 win…(12/6) at PIT: In a dramatic 27-24 victory, anchored the line as Gradkowski passed for 308 yards and three touchdowns; proved key during Oakland’s 88-yard drive that produced the game-winning TD with nine seconds left …(12/20) at DEN: Important cog in remarkable, 20-19 victory, aiding Raiders in season-high 241 yards rushing (7.1 avg.), helping Bush to 133; crucial on the front lines in game-winning 62-yard TD drive late in fourth quarter…(12/27) at CLE: Provided protection as QB Charlie Frye passed for a career-high 333 yards.

2008: Started 15 overall and the final 12 in succession after a Week 4 ankle injury forced him to miss his first game in six years …(9/14) at KC: In 23-8 win, helped McFadden to 164 rushing yards and Oakland to 300, its most since 1987; Raiders did not allow a sack …(9/28) vs. SD: Sat out with an ankle injury, missing his first game since Dec. 29, 2002…(10/19) vs. NYJ: In a 16-13 overtime triumph, helped Oakland produce 153 rushing yards and a six-play, 42-yard drive that ended in a game-winning FG…(11/23) at DEN: Blocked for Raiders rushing attack that gained 158 yards…Part of an offensive line unit that didn’t allow a sack…(11/30) vs. KC: Started on an offensive line that didn’t allow a sack for a second straight week… (12/21) vs. HOU: In 27-16 win, part of an outstanding all-around effort that included 139 rushing yards…(12/28) at TB: Helped the Raiders to 31-24 victory and 192 ground yards, including a career-high 177 from Bush.

2007: Started all 16 games during his first season in a Raiders uniform…Played an important role in Justin Fargas’ 1,009 rushing yards …(9/23) vs. CLE: Created a hole up the middle to spring LaMont Jordan into the end zone for key second-half points in eventual 26-24 win…(9/30) at MIA: Helped Raiders compile five touchdown drives and  299 rushing yards in 35-17 triumph…(11/25) at KC: In fourth quarter, created a hole up the middle for Justin Fargas’ game-winning 14-yard TD run to give Oakland a come-from-behind, 20-17 win…(12/2) vs. DEN: Part of line that did not allow a sack, helping team to four TD drives in 34-20 victory; also created a hole on the right side on Fargas’ 5-yard TD plunge to put game away.

2006: Started all 16 games in final season with Broncos, one of three players to take all 1,002 offensive snaps as Tatum Bell rushed for 1,025 yards…Part of a group that allowed only 31 sacks and helped the Broncos eclipse 100 yards rushing 14 times en route to placing eighth in the NFL with 2,152 rushing yards…(9/17) vs. KC: Helped clear the way for 145 rushing yards without allowing a sack in the home opener, a 9-6 overtime win…(9/24) at NE: Part of a line that did not allow a sack in 17-7 win…(10/15) vs. OAK: Helped Denver to 144 rushing yards on Sunday Night Football, a 13-3 victory…(10/29) vs. IND: Contributed to the team’s 227-yard  rushing performance…(12/24) vs. CIN: In 24-23 win, helped Denver to 127 rushing yards, including 101 in the second half.

2005: Started all 16 regular-season games and two playoff contests as Denver went 13-3 and posted its first postseason win since John Elway’s retirement…Helped club rank second in NFL with 158.7 rushing yards per game, and yield the third-fewest sacks (23) in the league and in team annals; Denver also recorded a franchise-best 145 rushing first downs…Assisted Mike Anderson (1,014) and Tatum Bell (921) to better than 900 yards rushing,  Rod Smith to 1,105 yards receiving, and Jake Plummer to 3,366 passing yards…(9/26) vs. KC: Part of a group that allowed only one sack and produced 221 rushing yards on Monday Night Football…(10/30) vs. PHI: Aided two RBs over 100 yards rushing…(11/24) at DAL: Played on a line that paved the way for 144 rushing yards on Thanksgiving Day…(12/17) vs. BUF: Blocked for a rushing attack that amassed 178 yards…Postseason: (1/14/06) vs. NE: Started at guard in AFC Divisional playoff…(1/22/06) vs. PIT: Started at guard in AFC Championship game.

2004: Played in all 16 games and made four starts at guard, the last four contests of the season…Helped Denver set a franchise record by allowing only 15 sacks…(12/12) vs. MIA: Made first start of the season, at right guard…(12/25) at TEN: Made third straight start…(1/2/05) vs. IND: Started the season finale, helping Broncos post their second-highest rushing total of the year (214)…Postseason: (1/9/05) at IND: Made first career postseason start, at right guard in AFC Wild Card game.

2003: Saw action in all 16 regular-season games with two starts, playing primarily a reserve role in Denver’s franchise-record 2,629 rushing yards, including Clinton Portis’ 1,591 and league-leading 5.5 per carry…Also contributed at tackle in goal-line situations…(9/14) at SD: Scored first career points, a 6-yard TD reception from Jake Plummer, becoming first Broncos lineman to catch a touchdown since 1986…(12/21) at IND: Made first career start, at right guard, and helped Broncos rush for 227 yards and three touchdowns…Postseason: (1/4/04) at IND: Saw action as a reserve in AFC Wild Card game.

2002: Inactive for 15 of 16 games…(9/30) at BAL: Saw action on special teams.

2001: Saw action on special teams in all 16 regular-season games…(12/9) vs. SEA: Played at right tackle as a reserve.

2000: Played primarily on special teams in 14 games…(9/17) at OAK: Made NFL debut, seeing time on special teams…(10/22) at CIN: Saw first career action on offensive line…Postseason: (12/31) at BAL: Played on special teams in AFC Wild Card game.

COLLEGE: Played four years at Florida, seeing action in 48 games with 32 starts…Started at all four guard and tackle positions…Four-year academic all-conference selection…An All-American as a senior in 1999, started all 13 games as a team tri-captain…Also was a co-recipient of the team’s Leadership Award…As a junior, was co-recipient of the Gators Most Consistent Award and received the James Kyne Award as Florida’s iron man on the O-line…Received the Dr. Lombardi GPA Award during the spring before his sophomore season and went on to play all 12 games with four starts at left tackle…As a redshirt freshman in 1996, played in all 11 games and started six at left tackle, helping Gators to a national championship with a 52-20 win against Florida State in the Sugar Bowl…Business/finance major.

PERSONAL: Attended McComb (Miss.) High School…Blue Chip Illustrated All-America selection, USA Today honorable-mention All-America, and three-time first-team all-state choice…Rated one of the nation’s top-15 offensive linemen by Blue Chip Illustrated and chosen to play in the Mississippi-Alabama All-Star Game…Brother, Will, played on the offensive line at Tulane…Married with one daughter.

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