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Jeremiah Sirles
G #71
Height:
6-6
Weight:
315
Age:
26
College:
Nebraska
Hometown:
Lakewood, CO
Experience:
5

Quick Stats (2017):

G
14
GS
4
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 30 15
2017 MIN 14 4
2016 MIN 14 10
2015 MIN 0 0
2014 SD 2 1
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 NO W 29-19
2 @PIT L 9-26
3 TB W 34-17
4 DET L 7-14
5 @CHI W 20-17
6 GB W 23-10
7 BAL W 24-16
8 @CLE W 33-16
10 @WAS W 38-30
11 LA W 24-7
12 @DET W 30-23
13 @ATL W 14-9
14 @CAR L 24-31
15 CIN W 34-7
16 @GB W 16-0
17 CHI W 23-10

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Bio

PRO CAREER
• In four seasons, has played in 30 career games with 15 starts.
• Played in 14 games with four starts in 2017, all coming at LG…When starting in 2017, the Vikings averaged 132 rushing yards per game, higher than the team average of 122.3 rushing yards per game.
• Started a career-high 10 games in 2016 - 9 at RT and 1 at LG.
• First career start at Kansas City (12/28/14) at right guard.
• Played in two games and started one late in 2014 season. 

TRANSACTIONS 
Originally signed with San Diego as a rookie free agent (5/13/14)…Waived by San Diego (8/30/14)…Signed to San Diego practice squad (9/1/14)…Signed to active roster by San Diego (11/29/14)…Acquired by Vikings via trade with San Diego (9/6/15)...Signed as a free agent with Carolina (3/23/18).

GP/GS
Career (30/15) [2/0]: 2017 (14/4) [2/0]; 2016: (14/10) [0/0]; 2015: (0/0) [0/0]; 2014: (2/1) [0/0]

2017
Started 4 or 14 games played…Helped the Minnesota Vikings rank seventh overall in rushing yards with 122.3…When starting, the Vikings averaged 132 rushing yards per game, higher than the team average of 122.3 rushing yards per game… Ranked eighth as a team in lowest number of sacks allowed…Helped the Vikings rank ninth in total passing yards...Vs. Green Bay (10/15), Vs. Baltimore (10/22): No sacks allowed in two consecutive games started.

2016
Started a career-high 10 games, including starting at RT in Weeks 11-17... At Tennessee (9/11): Saw first action as a Viking…Vs. Houston (10/9): Started first game at RT.

2015
Went to training camp and through preseason with Chargers...Acquired by the Vikings in trade from San Diego in final roster moves following preseason on (9/6)…Did not see action in season

2014
Signed as an undrafted free agent by San Diego…Played in two games and started one in his rookie season...Spent opening 11 weeks of season on Chargers practice squad...At Kansas City (12/28): Made first career start at RG...At San Francisco (12/20): Helped the Chargers with a 21-point comeback win, matching a team record for deficit overcome.

COLLEGE 
Started 41 of his 53 career games played...Huskers moved to Big Ten in 2011, his sophomore season...All-Big Ten Honorable Mention as senior and 2nd-Team as a junior...Academic All-Big Ten as a senior...2013 Recipient of Nebraska’s Guy Chamberlain Award, honoring the player who contributes to betterment of the University on and off the field...Started opening 8 games of senior year at LT and final 5 at RT...Started every game as a junior for Big Ten’s top total offense...Did not start as sophomore after coming off spring shoulder injury...Started every game as redshirt freshman in 2010 at LT for Big 12 North champs...Redshirted in 2009.

PERSONAL
Married to Emma during 2016 offseason...Active with charity efforts through Team Jack, Tyson’s Treasure Chest and fighting pediatric brain cancer...Earned degree in management in May 2012 from Nebraska and played his senior year as a grad student...Named 2nd-Team Academic All-Big 12 in 2010...Earned 3 spots on Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll and 2-time Big 12 Commissioners Honor Roll selection...Named to Nebraska’s Brook Berringer Citizenship team in 2012 and 2013...Active in community outreach programs throughout collegiate and pro career.

PRO CAREER
• In four seasons, has played in 30 career games with 15 starts.
• Played in 14 games with four starts in 2017, all coming at LG…When starting in 2017, the Vikings averaged 132 rushing yards per game, higher than the team average of 122.3 rushing yards per game.
• Started a career-high 10 games in 2016 - 9 at RT and 1 at LG.
• First career start at Kansas City (12/28/14) at right guard.
• Played in two games and started one late in 2014 season. 

TRANSACTIONS 
Originally signed with San Diego as a rookie free agent (5/13/14)…Waived by San Diego (8/30/14)…Signed to San Diego practice squad (9/1/14)…Signed to active roster by San Diego (11/29/14)…Acquired by Vikings via trade with San Diego (9/6/15)...Signed as a free agent with Carolina (3/23/18).

GP/GS
Career (30/15) [2/0]: 2017 (14/4) [2/0]; 2016: (14/10) [0/0]; 2015: (0/0) [0/0]; 2014: (2/1) [0/0]

2017
Started 4 or 14 games played…Helped the Minnesota Vikings rank seventh overall in rushing yards with 122.3…When starting, the Vikings averaged 132 rushing yards per game, higher than the team average of 122.3 rushing yards per game… Ranked eighth as a team in lowest number of sacks allowed…Helped the Vikings rank ninth in total passing yards...Vs. Green Bay (10/15), Vs. Baltimore (10/22): No sacks allowed in two consecutive games started.

2016
Started a career-high 10 games, including starting at RT in Weeks 11-17... At Tennessee (9/11): Saw first action as a Viking…Vs. Houston (10/9): Started first game at RT.

2015
Went to training camp and through preseason with Chargers...Acquired by the Vikings in trade from San Diego in final roster moves following preseason on (9/6)…Did not see action in season

2014
Signed as an undrafted free agent by San Diego…Played in two games and started one in his rookie season...Spent opening 11 weeks of season on Chargers practice squad...At Kansas City (12/28): Made first career start at RG...At San Francisco (12/20): Helped the Chargers with a 21-point comeback win, matching a team record for deficit overcome.

COLLEGE 
Started 41 of his 53 career games played...Huskers moved to Big Ten in 2011, his sophomore season...All-Big Ten Honorable Mention as senior and 2nd-Team as a junior...Academic All-Big Ten as a senior...2013 Recipient of Nebraska’s Guy Chamberlain Award, honoring the player who contributes to betterment of the University on and off the field...Started opening 8 games of senior year at LT and final 5 at RT...Started every game as a junior for Big Ten’s top total offense...Did not start as sophomore after coming off spring shoulder injury...Started every game as redshirt freshman in 2010 at LT for Big 12 North champs...Redshirted in 2009.

PERSONAL
Married to Emma during 2016 offseason...Active with charity efforts through Team Jack, Tyson’s Treasure Chest and fighting pediatric brain cancer...Earned degree in management in May 2012 from Nebraska and played his senior year as a grad student...Named 2nd-Team Academic All-Big 12 in 2010...Earned 3 spots on Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll and 2-time Big 12 Commissioners Honor Roll selection...Named to Nebraska’s Brook Berringer Citizenship team in 2012 and 2013...Active in community outreach programs throughout collegiate and pro career.