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Stefen Wisniewski
C #61
Height:
6-3
Weight:
307
Age:
25
College:
Penn State
Experience:
4

Quick Stats (2013):

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14
GS
14
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 45 45
2013 OAK 14 14
2012 OAK 15 15
2011 OAK 16 16
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 @IND L 17-21
2 JAC W 19-9
3 @DEN L 21-37
4 WAS L 14-24
5 SD W 27-17
6 @KC L 7-24
8 PIT W 21-18
9 PHI L 20-49
10 @NYG L 20-24
11 @HOU W 28-23
12 TEN L 19-23
13 @DAL L 24-31
14 @NYJ L 27-37
15 KC L 31-56
16 @SD L 13-26
17 DEN L 14-34

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Selected by Oakland Raiders in second round (48th overall) of 2011 NFL Draft, April 29, 2011…Signed first contract, July 31, 2011.

Selected by Oakland Raiders in second round (48th overall) of 2011 NFL Draft, April 29, 2011…Signed first contract, July 31, 2011.

At a glance

  • Name is pronounced STEFF-en wiz-NEW-skee
  • Started 45 games at both center and guard over first three NFL seasons.
  • Named to Pro Football Weekly All-Rookie Team after starting all 16 games in 2011.
  • Helped offensive line set a franchise record by allowing just 25 sacks in 2011.
  • Father, Leo Wisniewski, lettered at Penn State from 1979-81 and played four seasons with the Baltimore/Indianapolis Colts after being selected in the second round of the 1982 NFL Draft.
  • Uncle, Steve Wisniewski, was an All-American guard at Penn State and an eight-time NFL All-Pro during a 13-year career with the Raiders.

CAREER: Versatile offensive lineman with Raider lineage, has started 45 games at both center and guard over his first two NFL seasons…Played all 16 games as a rookie in 2011, helping line set a franchise record by allowing just 25 sacks on the season...Moved to center full-time in 2012, starting the final 15 games of the season after missing the opener.

2013: Started 14 games at center for an offense that averaged 125.0 rushing yards per game...(9/8) at Ind.: Started at center and helped the Raiders offense post 372 yards of total offense...(9/25) vs. Jac.: Helped pave the way for an offensive attack that posted 226 rushing yards in the victory...(9/23) at Den.: Started at center and helped QB Terrelle Pryor post a 112.4 QB rating...(9/29) vs. Was.: Started a center and helped QB Matt Flynn throw for 227 yards, including his first TD as a Raider...(10/6) vs. SD and (10/13) at KC: Was inactive due to a knee injury...(10/27) vs. Pit.: Started at center and helped pave the way for Pryor’s 106 yards rushing...(11/3) vs. Phi.: Started at center and helped pave the way for the offense to total 560 yards, the third-highest mark in franchise history...(11/10) at NYG: Started at center and helped pave the way for the Raiders to rush for 107 yards...(11/17) at Hou.: Started at center and helped QB Matt McGloin post a 105.9 QB rating in his first NFL start...(11/24) vs. Ten.: Started at center and helped RB Rashad Jennings post 122 total yards, his fourth-straight game with 100-or-more total yards...(11/28) at Dal.: Started at center and was part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack...(12/8) at NYJ: Started at center and was part of a line that helped the offense rush for 150 yards against the league’s top-ranked rush defense...(12/15) vs. KC: Started at center and was part of a line that did not allow a sack...(12/22) at SD: Started at center and helped pave the way for the offense to post 265 yards...(12/29) vs. Den.: Started at center and helped pave the way for Pryor to throw for 207 yards.

2012: Played in 15 games, all starts, after missing the opener with a calf injury…In on 1,007 plays, all snaps from his center position…After moving from guard to center, where he started 13 games in college, missed the offseason recovering from shoulder surgery…(9/10) vs. SD: Dressed but did not play, snapping a streak of 16 starts to open his career…(9/16) at Mia.: Returned to the lineup, making his second career start at center (also at SD, Nov. 10, 2011)…(9/23) vs. Pit.: Cleared paths for Darren McFadden (113 rushing yards) in 34‐31 win, including his 64‐yard touchdown in the first quarter…(9/30) at Den.: On Brandon Myers’ screen reception, for 22 yards in first quarter, hustled out in front of the play to throw a block and spring him for his final yards…(10/21) vs. Jac.: Provided a key block on Carson Palmer’s game‐tying TD late in 26‐23 OT win…(10/28) at KC: In 26‐16 win, ushered McFadden to 114 rushing yards on a line that didn’t allow a sack…(11/18) vs. NO: Assisted Marcel Reece to 103 yards on the ground…(12/16) vs. KC: Held Chiefs without a sack for only the third time all year and helped pave path for 203 rushing yards, including 110 from Darren McFadden, in 15‐0 win…(12/30) at SD: Helped protect Terrelle Pryor in his first NFL start, shutting out a Chargers defense that had piled up 11 sacks the week before.

2011: Started all 16 games in first pro season, making 15 starts at left guard and one start at center…Named to the Pro Football Weekly All-Rookie Team…Helped Raiders rank seventh in the NFL in rushing…Part of a unit that conceded just 25 sacks, a franchise low and the third-lowest in the league…(9/12) at DEN: Started at left guard in NFL debut on Monday Night Football…Helped offense rush for 190 yards…Blocked for Darren McFadden, who totaled 150 yards on the ground…(9/18) at BUF: Helped offense total 454 yards…Part of a unit that did not surrender a sack…(9/25) vs. NYJ: Voted Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week on NFL.com…Helped clear the way for 234 rushing yards…Had a lead block on a fourth-quarter touchdown run that gave the Raiders a two-score lead…(10/2) vs. NE: Blocked for an offense that produced a season-high 504 total yards and did not allow a sack…(10/16) vs. CLE: Part of a group that earned the Week 6 Top Protectors Award presented by Hall of Fame coach John Madden…(11/10) at SD: Started at center in place of an injured Samson Satele…Part of an offense that racked up 489 total yards and 191 rushing yards…Blocked for Michael Bush, who rushed for 157 yards…Blocked on a 2-yard touchdown run by Bush…(11/20) at MIN: Blocked on touchdown runs of 2 yards by Bush and 1 yard by Carson Palmer…(12/18) vs. DET: Part of an offense that totaled 477 yards…(12/24) at KC: Led an offensive line that did not concede a sack in critical OT win…(1/1/12) vs. SD: Blocked for Palmer, who passed for 417 yards, marking the third-highest total in franchise history…Line did not allow a sack.

COLLEGE: Played in 47 career games with 38 starts at Penn State…Started 38 of his final 39 games, starting 25 at right guard and 13 at center…Became the program’s first three-time Academic All-American…As a senior, earned first-team All-America honors from the NFL Draft Report and the American Football Coaches Association…Added second-team All-America accolades from the Walter Camp Football Foundation and the Associated Press…Garnered CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America honors…An All-Big Ten and Academic All-Big Ten first-team pick…Returned to right guard after starting at center during his junior season…Part of a unit that led the conference and tied for 10th in the nation in fewest quarterback sacks allowed (0.85 per game) …Played center as a junior, earning All-America third-team honors from The NFL Draft Report and College Football News…Added Academic All-America honors for the second consecutive season and was a member of the AFCA/Allstate Good Works Team…Also garnered second-team all-conference, and first-team academic all-conference recognition…Part of a group that ranked second in the Big Ten in total offense (406.9 yards per game), the only Big Ten team that ranked in the top five of the conference’s four primary offensive categories in 2009: Total offense, scoring (28.8 points per game), rushing (169.7 yards per game) and passing (237.2)…Blocked for QB Daryll Clark, who finished second in the conference in passing efficiency and threw a school-record 24 touchdown passes…Offensive line ranked second in the Big Ten in fewest sacks allowed (1.31) and eclipsed 500 yards of total offense on four occasions, including a 512-yard effort in regular-season finale at Michigan State…As a sophomore, was second-team all-conference, starting 12 games…Also a second-team CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-American, one of a program-record five Nittany Lions so honored in 2008…Also earned first-team academic All-Big Ten accolades with a 4.0 grade-point average during the spring semester…Innstrumental in Penn State ranking in the top 20 nationally in rushing, total offense and scoring offense…Eleven of his starts were at right guard, helping the Nittany Lions lead the Big Ten in total and scoring offense, finish second in rushing and third in passing offense…Blocked for tailback Evan Royster, who became Penn State’s fourth consecutive 1,000-yard rusher…Also key in helping Penn State lead the Big Ten and rank fifth in the nation in fewest sacks allowed (1.0)…Helped the Lions gain more than 400 yards 10 times, including 410 against USC, the nation’s top-ranked defense, in the 2009 Rose Bowl…Named to the Freshman All-Big Ten Conference team by The Sporting News…Appeared in eight games as a freshman, including the final seven contests at right guard…Became the first Penn State true freshman offensive lineman to start since 1999…Participated in 230 plays, helping the Nittany Lions average 400.1 yards per game of total offense…Secondary education major.

PERSONAL: Attended Central Catholic High School in Pittsburgh, Pa.…A two-time first-team all-state selection…Received U.S. Army All-America honors…Also a member of the wrestling team…Selected to the National Honor Society….Father, Leo Wisniewski, lettered at Penn State from 1979-81 and played four seasons with the Baltimore/Indianapolis Colts after being selected in the second round of the 1982 NFL Draft…Uncle, Steve Wisniewski, was an All-America guard at Penn State and an eight-time NFL All-Pro during a 13-year career with the Raiders…Volunteered at the High School Player Development event in Oakland in May 2012…During December 2011, volunteered with Toys For Tots at the Raider Image of Southland Mall in Hayward, Calif.…Visited Oakland Children’s Hospital in December 2011…Volunteered at the November 2011 G-Fit Gatorade Clinic at the Google campus in San Francisco…Spent time volunteering with the Coronado After School Program in September 2011.

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