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Samson Satele
C #64
Offensive Line
TOTAL 118 114
2014 MIA 16 16
2013 IND 13 13
2012 IND 11 11
2011 OAK 15 15
2010 OAK 16 15
2009 OAK 15 12
2008 MIA 16 16
2007 MIA 16 16

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PRO: Durable center has played in 78 games with 74 starts in five NFL seasons…Has started 42 of 46 games at center since joining the Silver and Black in 2009…Part of an offensive line that helped the Raiders rank second in the NFL in rushing in 2010 and seventh in the league in rushing last season…

PRO: Durable center has played in 78 games with 74 starts in five NFL seasons…Has started 42 of 46 games at center since joining the Silver and Black in 2009…Part of an offensive line that helped the Raiders rank second in the NFL in rushing in 2010 and seventh in the league in rushing last season…

2011: Started 15 games at C…Helped offense rank seventh in the NFL in rushing…Part of a line that allowed only 25 sacks, the third-lowest total in the league…(9/12) @ DEN: Helped team rush for 190 yards and allow only one sack…Blocked for RB Darren McFadden, who rushed for 150 yards…(9/18) @ BUF: Part of an offense the recorded 454 yards of total offense…Line did not allow a sack…(9/25) vs. NYJ: Blocked for a rushing attack that totaled 234 yards on the ground…Helped McFadden rush for 171 yards…(10/2) vs. NE: Helped offense total 504 yards…Line did not allow a sack…(10/16) vs. CLE: Part of an offensive line that earned the Week 6 Top Protectors Award presented by Hall of Fame coach John Madden…(11/10) @ SD: Inactive due to injury…(11/20) @ MIN: Helped RB Michael Bush rush for 109 yards…Left game early due to injury…(11/27) vs. CHI: Blocked on a three-yard touchdown run by Bush…(12/18) vs. DET: Helped offense total 477 yards…(12/24) @ KC: Part of a group that did not allow a sack…(1/1/12) vs. SD: Blocked for QB Carson Palmer, who passed for 417 yards which marked the third-highest total in franchise history…Part of a line that did not allow a sack…

2010: Saw action in all 16 games with 15 starts…Helped offense set a franchise record by averaging 4.9 yards per rushing attempt…Line helped team record three games with 500-plus yards of total offense…(9/12) @ TEN: Saw action in a reserve role…(9/19) vs. STL: Returned to starting lineup…Helped RB Darren McFadden rush for 145 yards…(9/26) @ AZ: Blocked for McFadden, who totaled 105 yards on the ground…(10/10) vs. SD: Blocked for RB Michael Bush, who rushed for 104 yards…(10/24) @ DEN: Part of a record-breaking offensive performance, helping team amass 508 yards of total offense…Team set franchise records for points (59), touchdowns (eight) and rushing touchdowns (five)…Blocked for a running game that totaled 328 yards and helped QB Jason Campbell pass for 204 yards…Paved the way for McFadden to rush for 165 yards and three touchdowns…(10/31) vs. SEA: Contributed to an offense that recorded its second straight 500-plus yard performance, notching 545 total yards…Anchored a line that enabled Campbell to pass for 310 yards and McFadden to rush for 111 yards…Team totaled 239 rushing yards…Blocked on a four-yard touchdown run by Bush…(11/7) vs. KC: Paved the way for McFadden to rush for 89 yards…(11/28) vs. MIA: Part of a line that allowed just one sack…(12/5) @ SD: Helped McFadden rush for 97 yards…Blocked on a four-yard touchdown run by Bush…Part of a line that allowed just one sack…(12/12) @ JAX: Blocked for McFadden’s 123-yard rushing performance…Helped spring McFadden for touchdown runs of 51 and 36 yards…Blocked for Campbell who threw for 324 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 one-yard touchdown dives by Bush…Also blocked on a 71-yard reverse for a touchdown by WR Jacoby Ford…(1/2/11) @ KC: Helped Bush rush for 137 yards…Blocked on a 26-yard touchdown run by Bush and a 10-yard rushing score by Ford…

2009: Played in 15 games, starting the final 12 games of the season at C…(9/14) vs. SD: Made Raiders debut, playing on special teams…(9/20) @ KC: Saw first action at C…Blocked successfully on game-winning drive that culminated in a five-yard touchdown run by McFadden with just over a minute remaining in regulation…(10/4) @ HOU: Saw time on special teams…(10/11) @ NYG: Made first start of the season at C…Blocked on a five-yard touchdown run by Bush…(10/18) vs. PHI: Held the line as Raiders passed for 224 yards, including an 86-yard touchdown to TE Zach Miller…Helped Raiders rush for 116 yards as a team…(10/25) vs. NYJ: Part of a line that helped the Raiders average 6.3 yards per rushing attempt…(11/1) @ SD: Blocked on a three-yard touchdown dive…(11/15) vs. KC: Contributed to a running game that amassed 182 yards on the ground, including a 119-yard performance by Bush…Blocked on a one-yard touchdown dive…(11/22) vs. CIN: Part of a unit that didn’t allow a sack or tackle for loss…(11/26) @ DAL: Helped a Raiders running game that totaled 124 rushing yards (5.2 avg.)…(12/6) @ PIT: Anchored the line as QB Bruce Gradkowski passed for 308 yards and three touchdowns…Part of an offensive unit that drove 88 yards to score the game-winning touchdown with nine seconds left in regulation…(12/13) vs. WAS: Blocked on a one-yard touchdown run…(12/20) @ DEN: Aided Raiders running backs in racking up a season-high 241 yards rushing on 34 carries (7.1)…Helped Bush total 133 yards on the ground…Part of a line that limited the Broncos to just one sack…Blocked on a game-winning 62-yard touchdown drive late in the fourth quarter…(12/27) @ CLE: Provided protection as QB Charlie Frye passed for a career-high 333 yards…(1/3/10) vs. BAL: Started 12th straight game at C as Raiders QBs combined to pass for 282 yards…

2008: Started 16 games at C…Helped Dolphins rank 10th in the NFL in passing and 11th in rushing…(12/14) vs. SF: Started at C…Saw first career action at G in a reserve role…Postseason: (1/4/09) vs. BAL: Made playoff debut, starting at C, in AFC Wild Card Game…

2007: Started 16 games at C…Became first rookie in Dolphins history to start every regular season game at C…An all-rookie selection by several media outlets…Participated in every offensive snap in 15 of 16 regular season contests…Became just the fourth NFL rookie in a decade to start every game at center…(9/9) @ WAS: Became first rookie in Dolphins history to start at C on opening day…Selected by the Dolphins in the second round (60th overall) of the 2007 NFL Draft.

COLLEGE: Played four years at Hawaii...Started each of the 53 games in which he played during his career, marking a streak that was the longest among active players in college football in 2006...Served as a team captain as a senior, starting all 12 games at center…A first team All-Western Athletic Conference selection...Helped spearhead an offense that led the nation in total offense (559.2 ypg), passing offense (441.3) and scoring (46.9 ppg)...Started all 12 games at left guard his junior year and was a first team All-WAC pick...Helped Hawaii rank second in the nation in passing offense (384.3) and 11th in total offense (476.2) as a junior...Started all 13 games as a sophomore, including 10 at left guard and three at center...Made the first start of his college career at left tackle…Final 13 starts of his freshman season were at left guard, as he garnered second team all-conference accolades...Redshirted as a true freshman in 2002...Majored in Sociology.

PERSONAL: Attended Kailua (Hawaii) High School where he was a first team all-state offensive lineman as a senior...A three-time letterwinner in basketball and track, performing the shot put and discus...Named the school’s athlete of the year as a junior...Nephew of former University of Hawaii and San Diego Chargers linebacker Alvis Satele.