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Trai Turner
G #70
Height:
6-3
Weight:
315
Age:
24
College:
LSU
Hometown:
New Orleans, La.
Experience:
4

Quick Stats (2017):

G
13
GS
13
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 58 54
2017 CAR 13 13
2016 CAR 16 16
2015 CAR 16 16
2014 CAR 13 9
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

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Bio

TRANSACTIONS
Signed to contract extension by Carolina (7/21/17)...Selected in the third round (92nd overall) of the NFL Draft by Carolina (5/9/14).

GP/GS
Career (45/41) [5/5]; 2016 (16/16); 2015 (16/16) [3/3]; 2014 (13/9) [2/2].

2016
Started all 16 games for Carolina for the second consecutive season…Made 13 starts at right guard and three at right tackle…One of three offensive linemen (joining Andrew Norwell and Mike Remmers) to start all 16 games...Opened holes for Carolina to rank 10th in the NFL in rushing with an average of 113.4 yards per game…Started at right guard in the first 11 games of the season before opening at right tackle at Seattle (12/4), versus San Diego (12/11) and at Washington (12/19) in place of an injured Daryl Williams…Returned to right guard for the final two games of the season…HONORS: Named to second consecutive Pro Bowl…Vs. San Francisco (9/18): Contributions helped offense tally 529 total net yards, the third most in team history…Blocking efforts helped Carolina score 46 points, the third most in a single game in team history… Vs. Tampa Bay (10/10): Provided protection for unit that allowed no sacks…At Seattle (12/4): Started at right tackle for an injured Daryl Williams…Provided protection for unit that allowed no sacks on 33 pass plays…At Washington (12/19): Started at right tackle for Williams…Cleared running lanes for running back Jonathan Stewart to produce a season-high 132 yards.

2015
Started all 16 games at right guard for Carolina…Helped Carolina set team records with an NFL-leading 500 points scored and 59 touchdowns and gain a team-record 357 first downs…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…POSTSEASON: Started at right guard in NFC Divisional Playoff versus Seattle (1/17), NFC Championship versus Arizona (1/24) and Super Bowl 50 versus Denver (2/7)…HONORS: Pro Bowl…Vs. Green Bay (11/8): Provided protection for unit that allowed no sacks on 36 pass plays…At New Orleans (12/6): Helped offense set a franchise record with 33 first downs, amass 497 total net yards, tied for the third-highest total in team history, and score six touchdowns, tied for the second-most in team history…Victory clinched the NFC South title for the third consecutive season…NFC Championship vs. Arizona (1/24): Efforts helped Carolina score 49 points, the second most points in a conference championship game since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970…Contributed to offense that gained 476 total net yards, the second most in a postseason game in team history.

2014
Selected in the third round (92nd overall) of the NFL Draft by Carolina...Played in 13 games with nine starts at right guard and was inactive for three games...After splitting time with Fernando Velasco at right guard in the first four games, made starts in the next three...Suffered a knee injury at Green Bay (10/19) and missed the following three games...Returned to the lineup versus Atlanta (11/16) and started the final six games...Opened holes for the Panthers to rank seventh in the NFL in rushing, including a league-leading 975 yards over the last five games...POSTSEASON: Started at right guard in NFC Wild Card versus Arizona (1/3) and NFC Divisional Playoff at Seattle (1/10)...Vs. Chicago (10/5): Made first NFL start...At Cincinnati (10/12): Contributed to offense that tied a team record with 29 first downs...Provided protection for unit that allowed no sacks on 46 passing plays...At New Orleans (12/7): Helped offense amass 497 yards - the third most in team history...Cleared paths for the Panthers to compile 271 yards rushing - the third highest total in team history...Vs. Cleveland (12/21): Joined wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin, cornerback Bené Benwikere, safety Tre Boston, wide receiver Philly Brown, linebacker Adarius Glanton and guard Andrew Norwell as one of a team-record seven rookie starters.

COLLEGE
Played in 25 games with 20 starts at right guard at Louisiana State...Entered NFL following sophomore season...Stout and agile interior offensive lineman with the ability to displace defensive linemen built for power-running scheme...Delivered 115 knockdowns and 29 touchdown-resulting blocks...Surrendered just three sacks...2013 (So.): Second-team All-Southeastern Conference selection...Started 13 games...Led the conference with 21 touchdown-resulting blocks and ranked first on the team with 64 knockdowns...Allowed only one sack...Opened holes for the Tigers to rush for 2,630 yards and a school-record 37 touchdowns...Provided protection for offense that passed for 3,263 yards - the third most in school history...2012 (Fr.): Played in 12 games with seven starts...Began season with the second team before being inserted in the starting lineup for the final seven games...Produced 51 knockdowns and eight touchdown-resulting blocks...Gave up two sacks...2011: Redshirted as a true freshman.

PERSONAL
Attended St. Augustine HS in New Orleans, La....Majored in sport administration at Louisiana State.

TRANSACTIONS
Signed to contract extension by Carolina (7/21/17)...Selected in the third round (92nd overall) of the NFL Draft by Carolina (5/9/14).

GP/GS
Career (45/41) [5/5]; 2016 (16/16); 2015 (16/16) [3/3]; 2014 (13/9) [2/2].

2016
Started all 16 games for Carolina for the second consecutive season…Made 13 starts at right guard and three at right tackle…One of three offensive linemen (joining Andrew Norwell and Mike Remmers) to start all 16 games...Opened holes for Carolina to rank 10th in the NFL in rushing with an average of 113.4 yards per game…Started at right guard in the first 11 games of the season before opening at right tackle at Seattle (12/4), versus San Diego (12/11) and at Washington (12/19) in place of an injured Daryl Williams…Returned to right guard for the final two games of the season…HONORS: Named to second consecutive Pro Bowl…Vs. San Francisco (9/18): Contributions helped offense tally 529 total net yards, the third most in team history…Blocking efforts helped Carolina score 46 points, the third most in a single game in team history… Vs. Tampa Bay (10/10): Provided protection for unit that allowed no sacks…At Seattle (12/4): Started at right tackle for an injured Daryl Williams…Provided protection for unit that allowed no sacks on 33 pass plays…At Washington (12/19): Started at right tackle for Williams…Cleared running lanes for running back Jonathan Stewart to produce a season-high 132 yards.

2015
Started all 16 games at right guard for Carolina…Helped Carolina set team records with an NFL-leading 500 points scored and 59 touchdowns and gain a team-record 357 first downs…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…POSTSEASON: Started at right guard in NFC Divisional Playoff versus Seattle (1/17), NFC Championship versus Arizona (1/24) and Super Bowl 50 versus Denver (2/7)…HONORS: Pro Bowl…Vs. Green Bay (11/8): Provided protection for unit that allowed no sacks on 36 pass plays…At New Orleans (12/6): Helped offense set a franchise record with 33 first downs, amass 497 total net yards, tied for the third-highest total in team history, and score six touchdowns, tied for the second-most in team history…Victory clinched the NFC South title for the third consecutive season…NFC Championship vs. Arizona (1/24): Efforts helped Carolina score 49 points, the second most points in a conference championship game since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970…Contributed to offense that gained 476 total net yards, the second most in a postseason game in team history.

2014
Selected in the third round (92nd overall) of the NFL Draft by Carolina...Played in 13 games with nine starts at right guard and was inactive for three games...After splitting time with Fernando Velasco at right guard in the first four games, made starts in the next three...Suffered a knee injury at Green Bay (10/19) and missed the following three games...Returned to the lineup versus Atlanta (11/16) and started the final six games...Opened holes for the Panthers to rank seventh in the NFL in rushing, including a league-leading 975 yards over the last five games...POSTSEASON: Started at right guard in NFC Wild Card versus Arizona (1/3) and NFC Divisional Playoff at Seattle (1/10)...Vs. Chicago (10/5): Made first NFL start...At Cincinnati (10/12): Contributed to offense that tied a team record with 29 first downs...Provided protection for unit that allowed no sacks on 46 passing plays...At New Orleans (12/7): Helped offense amass 497 yards - the third most in team history...Cleared paths for the Panthers to compile 271 yards rushing - the third highest total in team history...Vs. Cleveland (12/21): Joined wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin, cornerback Bené Benwikere, safety Tre Boston, wide receiver Philly Brown, linebacker Adarius Glanton and guard Andrew Norwell as one of a team-record seven rookie starters.

COLLEGE
Played in 25 games with 20 starts at right guard at Louisiana State...Entered NFL following sophomore season...Stout and agile interior offensive lineman with the ability to displace defensive linemen built for power-running scheme...Delivered 115 knockdowns and 29 touchdown-resulting blocks...Surrendered just three sacks...2013 (So.): Second-team All-Southeastern Conference selection...Started 13 games...Led the conference with 21 touchdown-resulting blocks and ranked first on the team with 64 knockdowns...Allowed only one sack...Opened holes for the Tigers to rush for 2,630 yards and a school-record 37 touchdowns...Provided protection for offense that passed for 3,263 yards - the third most in school history...2012 (Fr.): Played in 12 games with seven starts...Began season with the second team before being inserted in the starting lineup for the final seven games...Produced 51 knockdowns and eight touchdown-resulting blocks...Gave up two sacks...2011: Redshirted as a true freshman.

PERSONAL
Attended St. Augustine HS in New Orleans, La....Majored in sport administration at Louisiana State.