Andy Levitre
G #67
Oregon State
Los Gatos, CA
Offensive Line
TOTAL 141 141
2017 ATL 13 13
2016 ATL 16 16
2015 ATL 16 16
2014 TEN 16 16
2013 TEN 16 16
2012 BUF 16 16
2011 BUF 16 16
2010 BUF 16 16
2009 BUF 16 16

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Drafted in the second round (51st overall) in the 2009 NFL Draft…sixth selection from Oregon State in team history.
Drafted in the second round (51st overall) in the 2009 NFL Draft…sixth selection from Oregon State in team history.

•    Sporting News 2009 All-Rookie Team
•    Pro Football Weekly/Pro Football Writers of America All-Rookie Team
•    Football Outsiders All-Rookie Team

•    Started all 16 games for third consecutive season -- part of an offense that allowed a league-best 23 sacks in 2011 and ranked fifth in the NFL (first in the AFC) with 4.9 yards per rush.
•    23 sacks allowed are the third-fewest in a Bills 16-game season
•    Started the third consecutive Kickoff Weekend game of his career at KC (9/11)... started at LG before taking snaps at C in the final minutes... part of an offensive line that helped produce 163 yards on the ground while yielding just 1.0 sack
•    Vs. OAK (9/18), held the Raiders’ defense to zero sacks while blocking for 217 rushing yards
•    Vs. NE (9/25), part of offensive line that did not allow a sack and offense gained 448 net yards
•    at CIN (10/2): Started at LG, has started all 36 games of his career
•    vs. PHI (10/9): started at LG and helped block for rushing attack that tallied 143 yards ... held the then-NFL leading sack defense to one sack
•    at NYG (10/16): started at LG and helped block for a rushing attack that tallied 155 yards on 23 attempts... kicked out to LT in the 4th quarter for an injured Chris Hairston
•    vs. WAS (10/30): started at LT for the first time this season, helped block for rushing game that produced 138 yards and RB Fred Jackson’s third straight 100-yard game and fifth this season
•    vs. NYJ (11/6): started at LT , offense did not allow a sack
•    at DAL (11/13): started at LT ... Helped paved the way for  Fred Jackson’s sixth 100-yard game of the season and held Dallas to one sack
•    at MIA (11/20): started at C for the first time in his career... switched to LG in the fourth quarter
•    at NYJ (11/27): started at LG
•    vs. TEN (12/4): started at LG for eighth time this season
•    at SD (12/11): started at LG
•    vs. MIA (12/18): started at LG
•    vs. DEN (12/24): started at LG
•    at NE (1/1):  started at LG, has started every game of his NFL career

•    One of only four rookie offensive linemen (Alex Mack –CLE, Michael Oher – BAL, Max Unger – SEA) to start every game in 2009
•    First rookie offensive lineman to start each game in team history since 1995 (Ruben Brown)… joins C Bruce Jarvis (1971), G Reggie McKenzie (1972), G Joe DeLamielleure (1973), G Will Wolford (G) and Brown as one of six rookie offensive linemen in team history to start every game
•    One of two Bills offensive linemen (Geoff Hangartner) to start all 16 games in 2009

Started all 16 games for the second year in a row
vs. MIA (9/12) Started his second-consecutive Kickoff Weekend game
at GB (9/19) Started the game at left guard... left the game in the first quarter and did not return
at NE (9/26) Returned from a stinger suffered in Week Two, starting at left guard... part of an offensive line that helped produced a season-best 134 rushing yards.
vs. NYJ (10/3) Made the 20th start of his career
at BAL (10/24) Started at left guard, extending his streak of consecutive starts since entering the NFL to 22... part of an offensive line that blocked for 506 yards of offense and holding the Ravens’ defense to one sack
vs. CHI (11/7) Made his eighth start of the season at left guard... part of an offensive line that held Chicago’s defense to 1.0 sack
vs. DET (11/14) Made the 25th start of his career... part of an offensive line that blocked for RB Fred Jackson’s season-best 133 rushing yards, while holding the Lions’ defense to 1.0 sack for the second straight week
at CIN (11/21) Made 10th start of the season at left guard... part of an offensive line that helped produce 449 yards of offense, including 141 rushing... held the Bengals’ defense to 1.0 sack for the third straight week
at MIN (12/5) Started at left guard... saw first career action at center after C Geoff Hangartner and back-up C Kraig Urbik both left the game with knee injuries
vs. CLE (12/12) Started at left guard... part of an offensive line that helped block for a season-best 192 rushing yards on 42 carries (4.2 avg.)
at MIA (12/19) Made his 30th career start in as many games played
at NYJ (1/2) Started the final game of the year, increasing his consecutive games started and played streak to 32

•    At NE (9/14): Made NFL debut, starting at LG… joined fellow 2009 draft selection RG Eric Wood as the first two true rookies to start for the team in a season-opener since 1970 (9/20/70 vs. DEN)… joined rookie, RG Eric Wood and 2nd-year player LT D. Bell, as the first three offensive linemen to start an NFL game for a team without playing in an NFL game since the 1981 Washington Redskins… had a critical block in RB Fred Jackson’s 10-yard touchdown screen pass in fourth quarter
•    Vs. TB (9/20): Started for the second straight game at LG…provided blocking for RB Fred Jackson’s 163-yard rushing performance
•    At NYJ (10/18): Started at LG for the sixth straight game…part of an offensive line that set a new season-low of 1.0 sack allowed
•    At TEN (11/15): Started at LG, before making a switch to LT in replace of Demetrius Bell who left the game in the 2nd quarter
•    At JAX (11/22): Made first career start at LT in place of Demetrius Bell… moved back to LG after Seth McKinney left the game with an injury
•    At KC (12/13): Made his 13th start of the season at RG…part of an offensive line that blocked for a 200-yard rushing performance
•    Vs. IND (1/3): Started at LG… part of an offensive line that blocked for RB F. Jackson’s 212-yard rushing performance, the team’s first 200+ yard rusher since Thurman Thomas (9/24/90)… also held Indianapolis’ defense to zero sacks

Closed out his career with a string of 35 consecutive starts (39 total for his career)...In his last two seasons, he started seventeen times at left tackle and nine times at right tackle... Allowed 10.5 quarterback sacks and six pressures on 863 pass plays. 2008: All-American first-team selection by the American Football Coaches Association and Pro Football Weekly…earned second-team honors from the Associated Press... First-team All-Pac 10 Conference and Academic All-Pac 10 choice... Served as team co-captain…Started all 13 games at left offensive tackle. 2007: Second team All-Pac 10 Conference and Academic All-Pac 10 selection... Started the team’s first nine games at right offensive tackle before shifting to the left side for his final four contests. 2006: Second-team Academic All-Pac 10 Conference choice, adding All-Pac 10 honorable mention... Started the final 10 games at right tackle. 2005: Saw action in every game, serving as the team’s top reserve at both guard positions for the first ten contests...Earned his first career start in the season finale vs. Oregon, lining up at right tackle. 2004: Redshirted as a freshman.

Graduated in March 2009 with degrees in Finance and Sociology…earned Academic All-Pac 10 Conference honors four times...Brother, Erick, was an offensive guard at the University of Arizona (2002-06)...One of five sons of Gene Levitre (pronounced Luh-Vee-Tree).

    In 2011, Andy, along with fellow teammate Eric Wood, served as spokesmen for the annual Team Up 4 MS campaign – a pledge program sponsored by WIVB-TV 4 that asked fans to donate for every touchdown and every sack the Bills made throughout the season. The program raised more than $8,500 for the local MS chapter and featured a PSA with Andy and Eric alongside Jacquie Walker from Channel 4 and Larry Norton from 97 Rock.
    Andy also showed his support for the Play 60 Movement by visiting H.O. Brumstead in Holland, NY which was named the “Play 60 Super School” through the Back to Football Friday Program.  Andy participated in the Ultimate Physical Education Class and presented the $10,000 grant to the school so they can continue their health and wellness initiatives.
    Andy supported the Teammates For Kids Foundation this year by attending their annual dinner held in November.  Andy, along with his other teammates, has supported the cause which was co-founded by Garth Brooks and Bo Mitchell 6 years ago.  
    The Offensive Line teamed up with Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Erie County to take 20 young men holiday shopping in December.  Andy was amongst the group of players that gave an unforgettable experience to the young men.