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Kevin Matthews
C #60
Height:
6-3
Weight:
300
Age:
27
College:
Texas A&M
Hometown:
Missouri City, Texas
Experience:
4
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 17 3
2013 TEN 0 0
2012 TEN 14 2
2011 TEN 0 0
2010 TEN 3 1

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Bio

TRANSACTIONS
Placed on injured reserve with an injured right shoulder by Carolina (8/26/14)...Signed as a free agent by Carolina (7/23/14)...Signed as a free agent by Tennessee (12/10/13)...Waived by Tennessee (12/7/13)...Signed as a free agent by Tennessee (11/28/13)...Waived by Tennessee (11/26/13)...Signed as a free agent by Tennessee (11/12/13)...Waived by Washington (8/31/13)...Signed as a free agent by Washington (5/6/13)...Signed as a free agent from practice squad by Tennessee (12/15/10)...Signed to practice squad by Tennessee (9/6/10)...Waived by Tennessee (9/4/10)...Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by Tennessee (4/30/10).

GP/GS
Career (17/3); 2013 (0/0); 2012 (14/2); 2011 (0/0); 2010 (3/1).

2013
Did not play in one game and was inactive for five games for Tennessee...Signed as a free agent (11/12) to provide depth when injuries struck the interior of the offensive line...Attended training camp with Washington after being signed as a free agent during the offseason (5/6) and was waived in the final roster cutdown (8/31).

2012
Played in 14 games with two starts and was inactive for two games for Tennessee...Appeared in the first 12 games in a reserve role and on special teams...Started at center at Indianapolis (12/9) and versus the New York Jets (12/17) when Fernando Velasco moved to left guard following a season-ending injury to Steve Hutchinson...Inactive for the last two games with an ankle injury.

2011
Did not play in one game and was inactive for 15 games for Tennessee.

2010
Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by Tennessee (4/30)...Played in three games with one start after spending the first 13 games on the Titans' practice squad...Elevated to the active roster (12/15) when center Eugene Amano was placed on injured reserve...Vs. Houston (12/19): Made NFL debut...At Kansas City (12/26): Saw first career action at center, briefly replacing an injured Fernando Velasco in the third quarter...At Indianapolis (1/2): Started first NFL game at center...Contributed to offensive line that allowed just one sack on 39 pass attempts.

COLLEGE
Played in 34 games with 25 starts at Texas A&M...Ended career with 25 consecutive starts at center...2009 (Sr.): All-Big 12 honorable mention...Started 13 games...Helped the Aggies rank fifth in the nation in total offense with an average of 465.8 yards per game...Opened holes for the team to rank second in the conference in rushing with an average of 184.2 yards per game...2008 (Jr.): Started 12 games...2007 (So.): Played in five games...2006 (Fr.): Played in four games...2005: Redshirted as a true freshman.

PERSONAL
Attended Elkins HS in Missouri City, Texas...Majored in university studies with a concentration in business and minored in sport management and communications at Texas A&M.
TRANSACTIONS
Placed on injured reserve with an injured right shoulder by Carolina (8/26/14)...Signed as a free agent by Carolina (7/23/14)...Signed as a free agent by Tennessee (12/10/13)...Waived by Tennessee (12/7/13)...Signed as a free agent by Tennessee (11/28/13)...Waived by Tennessee (11/26/13)...Signed as a free agent by Tennessee (11/12/13)...Waived by Washington (8/31/13)...Signed as a free agent by Washington (5/6/13)...Signed as a free agent from practice squad by Tennessee (12/15/10)...Signed to practice squad by Tennessee (9/6/10)...Waived by Tennessee (9/4/10)...Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by Tennessee (4/30/10).

GP/GS
Career (17/3); 2013 (0/0); 2012 (14/2); 2011 (0/0); 2010 (3/1).

2013
Did not play in one game and was inactive for five games for Tennessee...Signed as a free agent (11/12) to provide depth when injuries struck the interior of the offensive line...Attended training camp with Washington after being signed as a free agent during the offseason (5/6) and was waived in the final roster cutdown (8/31).

2012
Played in 14 games with two starts and was inactive for two games for Tennessee...Appeared in the first 12 games in a reserve role and on special teams...Started at center at Indianapolis (12/9) and versus the New York Jets (12/17) when Fernando Velasco moved to left guard following a season-ending injury to Steve Hutchinson...Inactive for the last two games with an ankle injury.

2011
Did not play in one game and was inactive for 15 games for Tennessee.

2010
Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by Tennessee (4/30)...Played in three games with one start after spending the first 13 games on the Titans' practice squad...Elevated to the active roster (12/15) when center Eugene Amano was placed on injured reserve...Vs. Houston (12/19): Made NFL debut...At Kansas City (12/26): Saw first career action at center, briefly replacing an injured Fernando Velasco in the third quarter...At Indianapolis (1/2): Started first NFL game at center...Contributed to offensive line that allowed just one sack on 39 pass attempts.

COLLEGE
Played in 34 games with 25 starts at Texas A&M...Ended career with 25 consecutive starts at center...2009 (Sr.): All-Big 12 honorable mention...Started 13 games...Helped the Aggies rank fifth in the nation in total offense with an average of 465.8 yards per game...Opened holes for the team to rank second in the conference in rushing with an average of 184.2 yards per game...2008 (Jr.): Started 12 games...2007 (So.): Played in five games...2006 (Fr.): Played in four games...2005: Redshirted as a true freshman.

PERSONAL
Attended Elkins HS in Missouri City, Texas...Majored in university studies with a concentration in business and minored in sport management and communications at Texas A&M.
 

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