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Mario Kurn
LB #49
Height:
6-2
Weight:
240
College:
San Diego
Experience:
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Signed by Raiders as non-drafted free agent, May 4, 2012.

Signed by Raiders as non-drafted free agent, May 4, 2012…Played four years at San Diego, seeing action in 39 games and recording 33½ career sacks…Played in all 11 games as a senior, leading USD to the Pioneer League championship…Totaled 55 tackles (34 solo), 12½ sacks, one interception, three passes defensed, two fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles…As a junior, led all Division I FCS players with 17 sacks, in 11 games…Selected as team Most Valuable Player and earned All-PFL first-team honors…Named an AP FCS second-team All-American…Nominated for the Buck Buchanan and Ted Hendricks awards…Led the Torero defense with 66 tackles (38 solo), and added 27 stops for loss, five passes defensed and two forced fumbles…As a sophomore, played in 11 games and posted 33 tackles with a team-leading four sacks…Appeared in six games before suffering a season-ending injury as a freshman…Studied business administration…Attended Santa Fe Christian High School in Encinitas, Calif. …Named All-North County and All-Coastal League as a senior…Led team to a  CIF championship as a junior…Also lettered four years in lacrosse and one year in soccer.

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