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Langston Walker
G #68
Height:
6-8
Weight:
366
College:
California
Experience:
8
Offensive Line
YearTeamGGS
TOTAL 120 82
2010 OAK 15 15
2009 OAK 7 2
2008 BUF 16 16
2007 BUF 16 16
2006 OAK 16 16
2005 OAK 6 6
2004 OAK 16 1
2003 OAK 16 8
2002 OAK 12 2

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Bio

PRO:  Signed as an unrestricted free agent by the Bills on March 2, 2007 … originally selected 57th overall in the second round by the Oakland Raiders in the 2002 NFL Draft.

CAREER:  Has started all 16 games in each of the last three seasons (2006 – 2008)...Has blocked six career kicks (3 in 2004; 2 in 2005; 1 in 2008)...In 2007, part of offensive line that allowed only 26 sacks, the fewest allowed by Buffalo since sacks became an official NFL statistic in 1982; Member of the first Bills offensive line to start 15 consecutive games since 1989 (16 games)

NFL AWARDS:  AFC Special Teams Player of the Week – Week 12, 2004

PRO:  Signed as an unrestricted free agent by the Bills on March 2, 2007 … originally selected 57th overall in the second round by the Oakland Raiders in the 2002 NFL Draft.

CAREER:  Has started all 16 games in each of the last three seasons (2006 – 2008)...Has blocked six career kicks (3 in 2004; 2 in 2005; 1 in 2008)...In 2007, part of offensive line that allowed only 26 sacks, the fewest allowed by Buffalo since sacks became an official NFL statistic in 1982; Member of the first Bills offensive line to start 15 consecutive games since 1989 (16 games)

NFL AWARDS:  AFC Special Teams Player of the Week – Week 12, 2004

2008:
• Part of an offensive line that blocked for 1,092 rushing yards (136.5 rush yards/game) in the second half of the season, ranking ninth in the league and fifth in the conference
• Team piled up 100 or more rushing yards in 10 of his 16 starts, including a season-best performance of 187 yards at NYJ (12/14)
• Started at left tackle vs. Sea. (9/7), in place of LT Jason Peters and part of an offensive line that allowed one sack… game marked his 50th career start
• Part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack vs. SD (10/19)
• Blocked a 46-yard field goal attempt at Mia. (10/26)… was the first blocked field goal by a Bill since 12/2/2001 (Aaron Schobel)
• Appeared in his 90th career game vs. NYJ (11/02)
• Part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack and blocked for Marshawn Lynch’s 119-yard rushing performance vs. Cle. (11/17)
• Made the 65th start of his career vs. NE (12/28) in which the team gained 161 yards on the ground

2007:
• Part of offensive line that allowed only 26 sacks, the fewest allowed by Buffalo since sacks became an official NFL statistic in 1982
• Started all 16 games at right tackle
• Member of the first Bills offensive line to start 15 consecutive games since 1989 (16 games)
• Made Bills’ debut on Kickoff Weekend vs. Den. (9/9)
• Helped pave the way for over 100 yards rushing in 11 of 16 games and a 112.5 yards per game rushing average
• Helped lead the way for 224 rushing yards vs. Mia. (12/9), including two 100-yard rushers (Marshawn Lynch and Fred Jackson).  It was the first time since 1996 that the Bills had two backs rush for over 100 yards in the same game.
• Integral part of the offensive line that tied a team record by not allowing a sack in three consecutive games at Was (12/2), vs. Mia. (12/9) and at Cle (12/16);  Marked the first time the Bills did not allow a sack in three straight games since sacks became an official NFL statistic in 1982
• Started all 16 games for the second consecutive season and was one of the team’s most consistent linemen

2006 - Oakland:
• Started at right tackle in all 16 games – first time in his career to start all games in one season

2005:
• Started the first six games of the year at LG before missing the remainder of the season due to a stomach injury
• Blocked two kicks on the season, pushing his career total to five
• Recorded his fourth career blocked kick in the third quarter vs. NE (9/8) on an extra point attempt
• Also played on special teams...Recorded his second blocked kick in as many games in the third quarter when he got a hand on a 46-yard field goal attempt by KC (9/18)
• Inactive for five straight weeks after undergoing emergency surgery for internal injuries in his abdomen...Placed on Injured Reserve on 12/2

2004:
• Played in all 16 league games with one start
• Blocked three kicks on the season, including one in the last minute at Den (11/28) to preserve a Raider victory...named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for his efforts in that game
• Started at RT in the season opener at Pit. (9/12), helping QB Rich Gannon pass for 305 yards
• vs. SD (11/21), he played on special teams and blocked an extra point attempt in the first quarter
• After 11/28 game @ Den., he was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for blocking field goal attempt with 31 seconds left in the game
• Recorded his third blocked kick of the season in the first quarter when he knocked down a 43-yard field goal attempt vs. KC (12/25)

2003:
• Saw action in all 16 league games, starting eight at RT and LG
• On 9/28 vs. SD, he started for the first time of the season at RT, helping the offense tally over 420 yards of offense
• On 12/22 vs. GB, he started at LG for the first time in his career

2002:
• Suited up for all 16 league games, playing in 11 and starting in two games at OT
• Member of an offense that ranked first in the NFL in total offense (6,237), passing offense (4,475), total yards per game (389.8), passing net yards per game (279.7), total first downs (366) and first downs per game (22.9)
• Saw action for the first time in pro career against Seattle on 9/8 in the season opener
• First NFL start was at Buf. (10/6) at RT in place of Lincoln Kennedy, helping the team rush for 142 yards
• Played in all three playoff games at TE and on special teams
• Saw action in the Super Bowl playing as an extra TE and on special teams

PERSONAL:  Attended Harvard Business School as part of the NFL Business Management and Entrepreneurial Program in 2008…Graduated with a degree in economics from University of California, Berkeley…elected into the Bishop O’Dowd Hall of Fame during the 2008 offseason…Born in Oakland and attended Bishop O'Dowd High School in hometown...All-state OL as a senior after helping Bishop O'Dowd to a 10-1 record…the team had an 11-2 mark the previous year...Full name is Langston Branden Walker…son of Collins and Marie…Member of the Admiral’s Club for Disabled American Veterans Organization, the Northern California Multiple Sclerosis Society, and the S.P.A.A.T. Organization.

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