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Ryan Kalil
C #67
Height:
6-2
Weight:
300
Age:
33
College:
Southern California
Hometown:
Corona, Calif.
Experience:
12

Quick Stats (2017):

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6
GS
6
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 132 129
2017 CAR 6 6
2016 CAR 8 8
2015 CAR 15 15
2014 CAR 16 16
2013 CAR 16 16
2012 CAR 5 5
2011 CAR 16 16
2010 CAR 16 16
2009 CAR 16 16
2008 CAR 12 12
2007 CAR 6 3
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 @SF W 23-3
2 BUF W 9-3
3 NO L 13-34
4 @NE W 33-30
5 @DET W 27-24
6 PHI L 23-28
7 @CHI L 3-17
8 @TB W 17-3
9 ATL W 20-17
10 MIA W 45-21
12 @NYJ W 35-27
13 @NO L 21-31
14 MIN W 31-24
15 GB W 31-24
16 TB W 22-19
17 @ATL L 10-22

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Bio

FRANCHISE RANKINGS
• 129 career starts are the second-most by an offensive lineman in team history.
• Earned fifth career Pro Bowl selection in 2015, tied with Luke Kuechly, Michael Bates, Julius Peppers, Steve Smith and Wesley Walls for the most in franchise history.

PRO CAREER
• Played and started six games for Carolina in 2017 after battling a neck injury... Helped Carolina finish fourth in the NFL with 131.4 average rushing yards per game.
• Key member of a unit that provided protection for Cam Newton to set a franchise record for passing yards in a postseason game, 349 yards, at New Orleans (1/07/17).
• Played and started eight games for Carolina in 2016...Key member on an offensive line that helped Carolina finish 10th in the NFL with 113.4 average rushing yards per game.
• Blocking efforts helped the Carolina offense rack up 529 total yards and 46 points vs. San Francisco (9/18/16), the third-most points scored in a single-game in franchise history.
• Helped Carolina set team records with an NFL-leading 500 points and 59 touchdowns and gain a team-record 357 first downs in 2016…Opened holes for Carolina to rank second in the NFL with 142.6 rushing yards per game…Contributed to offense that averaged a 31:44 time of possession, the third highest mark in team history.
• Only offensive lineman to start all 16 games for Carolina in 2014 for a unit that featured eight different starting combinations...Started 100th career game for the Panthers at Atlanta (12/28/14), becoming the ninth player in team history to achieve the feat.
• Anchored offensive line that opened holes for the Panthers to rank seventh in the NFL in rushing in 2014, including a league-leading 975 yards over the last five games.
• Anchored offensive line in 2013 that opened holes for the Panthers to rush for more than 100 yards in 14 games...Contributed to offense that ranked fourth in the NFL in third-down efficiency and second in drives lasting five-plus minutes and tied for seventh in drives of 10 plays or more.
• Started the first five games at center for Carolina in 2012 before a foot injury ended his season.
• Contributed to Panthers offense in 2011 that ranked seventh in the NFL and set team records with 6,237 net yards and 345 first downs...Part of unit that tied for fifth in the NFL in scoring with 406 points...Helped the Panthers rank third in the NFL in rushing with an average of 150.5 yards per game and exceed 100 yards rushing in a team-record 14 consecutive games.
• Named to his second Pro Bowl in 2010, joining tackle Jordan Gross and linebacker Jon Beason...First time in team history two Carolina offensive linemen played in Pro Bowl.
• Named to first career Pro Bowl in 2009 after helping open running lanes for Jonathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams to become the first set of teammates in NFL history to each rush for more than 1,100 yards in the same year.
• Played a key role in Carolina averaging 156.1 rushing yards per game and setting a team record with 2,498 rushing yards, in 2009.
• One of three offensive linemen to start every contest in 2009, joining Travelle Wharton and Keydrick Vincent.
• Started 12 games at center for Carolina in 2008, helping the club set new franchise mark for fewest sacks allowed (20) in a single season.
• Made the first start of his career at center in the 2007 season finale at Tampa Bay (12/30/07) and helped Carolina rush for 180 yards and two touchdowns.
• Started at right guard in his first career NFL game at St. Louis (9/9/07).

HONORS
• Pro Bowl (2015, 2013, 2011, 2010, 2009)
• AP All-Pro First Team (2015, 2013)
• PFWA All-NFL (2015, 2013)
• PFWA All-NFC (2013)
• Sporting News All-Pro (2015, 2013)

TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Carolina in the second round (59th overall) of the 2007 NFL Draft (4/28/07)...Designated as franchise player by Carolina (2/22/11)...Signed to contract extension by Carolina (8/20/11)...Placed on injured reserve with an injured left foot by Carolina (10/11/12)...Signed to contract extension by Carolina (6/6/16)...Placed on injured reserve with an injured right shoulder by Carolina (11/29/16).

GP/GS: Career (132/129) [8/8]; 2017 (6/6) [1/1]; 2016 (8/8) [0/0]; 2015 (15/15) [3/3]; 2014 (16/16) [2/2]; 2013 (16/16) [1/1]; 2012 (5/5) [0/0]; 2011 (16/16) [0/0]; 2010 (16/16) [0/0]; 2009 (16/16) [0/0]; 2008 (12/12) [1/1]; 2007 (6/3) [0/0].

2017
Started six games and was inactive for eight games for Carolina...Opened holes for Carolina to rank fourth in the NFL in rushing with an average of 131.4 yards per game…At San Francisco (9/10): Started at center and helped the team rush for 116 yards on 38 carries…Protected quarterback Cam Newton and did not allow a sack…Vs. Buffalo (9/17): Did not play due to neck injury…At Chicago (10/22): Started at center…Re-injured neck and left the game in the first quarter…Vs. Minnesota (12/10): Started at center and was part of an offensive line that helped Carolina rush for 216 yards as a team, the most allowed by Minnesota all season...Vs. Green Bay (12/17): Started at center and was part of an offensive line that helped Carolina rush for 151 yards, the eight-straight 100-yard rushing game...Vs. Tampa Bay (12/24): Started at center...Helped the Carolina offense rush for 115 yards, its ninth-straight game with at least 100 rushing yards.
POSTSEASON: At New Orleans (1/7): Started at center...Key member of a unit that provided protection for Cam Newton to set a franchise record for passing yards in a postseason game.

COLLEGE
Played in 45 games with 39 starts at center for Southern California...Started final three seasons as the Trojans compiled a 36-3 record...Allowed just four sacks in three years as a starter, including none during final two campaigns..As a senior in 2006, named Second-team All-America by The Associated Press...First-team All-Pac 10 selection...Won the Morris Trophy, given to the conference's top offensive lineman...Finalist for the Rimington Trophy, awarded to the nation's top center...Named Southern California's Most Inspirational Player and was co-recipient of the team's Offensive Lineman of the Year award...As a junior, earned First-team All-Pac 10 choice...Anchored offense that averaged 579.8 yards per game...Recipient of the team's Bob Chandler Award...As a sophomore, contributed to offense that averaged 449.1 yards per game...Won the team's Courage Award...As a freshman in 2003, saw reserve action in six games at center.

PERSONAL
Attended Servite HS in Corona, Calif....Majored in sociology at Southern Cal...Brother, Matt, plays tackle for the Panthers...Father, Frank, played center at Arkansas and Arizona before being drafted by the Buffalo Bills in 1982 and playing for the United States Football League’s Arizona Wranglers in 1983 and Houston Gamblers in 1984.

FRANCHISE RANKINGS
• 129 career starts are the second-most by an offensive lineman in team history.
• Earned fifth career Pro Bowl selection in 2015, tied with Luke Kuechly, Michael Bates, Julius Peppers, Steve Smith and Wesley Walls for the most in franchise history.

PRO CAREER
• Played and started six games for Carolina in 2017 after battling a neck injury... Helped Carolina finish fourth in the NFL with 131.4 average rushing yards per game.
• Key member of a unit that provided protection for Cam Newton to set a franchise record for passing yards in a postseason game, 349 yards, at New Orleans (1/07/17).
• Played and started eight games for Carolina in 2016...Key member on an offensive line that helped Carolina finish 10th in the NFL with 113.4 average rushing yards per game.
• Blocking efforts helped the Carolina offense rack up 529 total yards and 46 points vs. San Francisco (9/18/16), the third-most points scored in a single-game in franchise history.
• Helped Carolina set team records with an NFL-leading 500 points and 59 touchdowns and gain a team-record 357 first downs in 2016…Opened holes for Carolina to rank second in the NFL with 142.6 rushing yards per game…Contributed to offense that averaged a 31:44 time of possession, the third highest mark in team history.
• Only offensive lineman to start all 16 games for Carolina in 2014 for a unit that featured eight different starting combinations...Started 100th career game for the Panthers at Atlanta (12/28/14), becoming the ninth player in team history to achieve the feat.
• Anchored offensive line that opened holes for the Panthers to rank seventh in the NFL in rushing in 2014, including a league-leading 975 yards over the last five games.
• Anchored offensive line in 2013 that opened holes for the Panthers to rush for more than 100 yards in 14 games...Contributed to offense that ranked fourth in the NFL in third-down efficiency and second in drives lasting five-plus minutes and tied for seventh in drives of 10 plays or more.
• Started the first five games at center for Carolina in 2012 before a foot injury ended his season.
• Contributed to Panthers offense in 2011 that ranked seventh in the NFL and set team records with 6,237 net yards and 345 first downs...Part of unit that tied for fifth in the NFL in scoring with 406 points...Helped the Panthers rank third in the NFL in rushing with an average of 150.5 yards per game and exceed 100 yards rushing in a team-record 14 consecutive games.
• Named to his second Pro Bowl in 2010, joining tackle Jordan Gross and linebacker Jon Beason...First time in team history two Carolina offensive linemen played in Pro Bowl.
• Named to first career Pro Bowl in 2009 after helping open running lanes for Jonathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams to become the first set of teammates in NFL history to each rush for more than 1,100 yards in the same year.
• Played a key role in Carolina averaging 156.1 rushing yards per game and setting a team record with 2,498 rushing yards, in 2009.
• One of three offensive linemen to start every contest in 2009, joining Travelle Wharton and Keydrick Vincent.
• Started 12 games at center for Carolina in 2008, helping the club set new franchise mark for fewest sacks allowed (20) in a single season.
• Made the first start of his career at center in the 2007 season finale at Tampa Bay (12/30/07) and helped Carolina rush for 180 yards and two touchdowns.
• Started at right guard in his first career NFL game at St. Louis (9/9/07).

HONORS
• Pro Bowl (2015, 2013, 2011, 2010, 2009)
• AP All-Pro First Team (2015, 2013)
• PFWA All-NFL (2015, 2013)
• PFWA All-NFC (2013)
• Sporting News All-Pro (2015, 2013)

TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Carolina in the second round (59th overall) of the 2007 NFL Draft (4/28/07)...Designated as franchise player by Carolina (2/22/11)...Signed to contract extension by Carolina (8/20/11)...Placed on injured reserve with an injured left foot by Carolina (10/11/12)...Signed to contract extension by Carolina (6/6/16)...Placed on injured reserve with an injured right shoulder by Carolina (11/29/16).

GP/GS: Career (132/129) [8/8]; 2017 (6/6) [1/1]; 2016 (8/8) [0/0]; 2015 (15/15) [3/3]; 2014 (16/16) [2/2]; 2013 (16/16) [1/1]; 2012 (5/5) [0/0]; 2011 (16/16) [0/0]; 2010 (16/16) [0/0]; 2009 (16/16) [0/0]; 2008 (12/12) [1/1]; 2007 (6/3) [0/0].

2017
Started six games and was inactive for eight games for Carolina...Opened holes for Carolina to rank fourth in the NFL in rushing with an average of 131.4 yards per game…At San Francisco (9/10): Started at center and helped the team rush for 116 yards on 38 carries…Protected quarterback Cam Newton and did not allow a sack…Vs. Buffalo (9/17): Did not play due to neck injury…At Chicago (10/22): Started at center…Re-injured neck and left the game in the first quarter…Vs. Minnesota (12/10): Started at center and was part of an offensive line that helped Carolina rush for 216 yards as a team, the most allowed by Minnesota all season...Vs. Green Bay (12/17): Started at center and was part of an offensive line that helped Carolina rush for 151 yards, the eight-straight 100-yard rushing game...Vs. Tampa Bay (12/24): Started at center...Helped the Carolina offense rush for 115 yards, its ninth-straight game with at least 100 rushing yards.
POSTSEASON: At New Orleans (1/7): Started at center...Key member of a unit that provided protection for Cam Newton to set a franchise record for passing yards in a postseason game.

COLLEGE
Played in 45 games with 39 starts at center for Southern California...Started final three seasons as the Trojans compiled a 36-3 record...Allowed just four sacks in three years as a starter, including none during final two campaigns..As a senior in 2006, named Second-team All-America by The Associated Press...First-team All-Pac 10 selection...Won the Morris Trophy, given to the conference's top offensive lineman...Finalist for the Rimington Trophy, awarded to the nation's top center...Named Southern California's Most Inspirational Player and was co-recipient of the team's Offensive Lineman of the Year award...As a junior, earned First-team All-Pac 10 choice...Anchored offense that averaged 579.8 yards per game...Recipient of the team's Bob Chandler Award...As a sophomore, contributed to offense that averaged 449.1 yards per game...Won the team's Courage Award...As a freshman in 2003, saw reserve action in six games at center.

PERSONAL
Attended Servite HS in Corona, Calif....Majored in sociology at Southern Cal...Brother, Matt, plays tackle for the Panthers...Father, Frank, played center at Arkansas and Arizona before being drafted by the Buffalo Bills in 1982 and playing for the United States Football League’s Arizona Wranglers in 1983 and Houston Gamblers in 1984.