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Kraig Urbik
G #60
Height:
6-5
Weight:
324
Age:
28
College:
Wisconsin
Hometown:
Hudson, WI
Experience:
6

Quick Stats (2014 PRE):

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2
GS
2
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 52 44
2013 BUF 16 16
2012 BUF 13 13
2011 BUF 13 13
2010 BUF 10 2
2009 PIT 0 0

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Bio

PRO
Signed contract extension on December 18, 2012 ... Accepted his tender and signed his contract on April 23, 2012...Claimed off of waivers by Buffalo from the Pittsburgh Steelers on September 5, 2010… entered the NFL as a third-round (79th overall) pick by Pittsburgh in 2009.

PRO
Signed contract extension on December 18, 2012 ... Accepted his tender and signed his contract on April 23, 2012...Claimed off of waivers by Buffalo from the Pittsburgh Steelers on September 5, 2010… entered the NFL as a third-round (79th overall) pick by Pittsburgh in 2009.


2013
•    Started all 16 games for the first time in his career. Helped block for just the second Bills running back duo in franchise history to exceed 800 yards a piece on the ground.

•    vs. NE (9/8): Started at right guard on an offensive line that did not allow a sack and blocked for a rushing attack that tallied 136 yards.

•    vs. CAR (9/15): Started at right guard on an offensive line that blocked for a rushing attack that tallied 149 yards, including a 103 yard performance from RB C.J. Spiller.

•    at NYJ (9/22): Started at right guard.

•    vs. BAL (9/29): Started at right guard, blocking for a rushing attack that tallied 203 yards and a touchdown--the first rushing TD allowed by the Ravens this season. 

•    at CLE (10/3): Started at right guard, blocking for a rushing attack that totaled 155 yards and three scores.

•    vs. CIN (10/13): Started at right guard, blocking for a rushing attack that tallied 130 yards and a score ... Rushing attack accounted for at least 120 yards for the sixth consecutive week. 

•    at MIA (10/20): Started at right guard

•    at NO (10/27): Started at right guard

•    vs. KC (11/3): Started at right guard, part of an offensive line that did not give up a sack or quarterback hit and blocked for a rushing attack that recorded a season-high 241 yards on the ground.

•    at PIT (11/10): Started at right guard

•    vs. NYJ (11/17): Started at right guard along an offensive line that only allowed one sack.

•    vs. ATL (12/1): Started at right guard along an offensive line that did not give up a sack and blocked for a rushing attack that totaled 195 yards and three scores.

•    at TB (12/8): Started at right guard.

•    at JAC (12/15): Started at right guard, blocking for a ground game that registered 198 yards and a score ... Played in his 50th career game.

•    vs. MIA (12/22): Started at right guard, blocking for a rushing attack that totaled 203 yards and a score in addition to only allowing one sack.

•    at NE (12/29): Started at right guard

2012

•    Started all 13 games he played ... part of an offensive line that held opponents to 30 sacks (fifth fewest in the AFC), while blocking for a rushing attack that averaged 138.6 yards per game - second in the AFC.

•    At NYJ (9/9), started at right guard and helped block for a rushing attack that amassed 195 yards, including a career-high 169 yards by RB C.J. Spiller ... offense did not allow a sack

•    vs. KC (9/16), started at right guard and helped block for a rushing attack that gained 201 yards and offense did not allow a sack for the second straight week... second time in team history the offensive line held opponents to zero sacks in the first two games of a season (1980)
•    at Cle. (9/23), started at right guard and was part of an offensive attack that accounted for 344 yards, including 138 rushing... offense has surrendered just one sack this season, came on a fumble by QB R. Fitzpatrick when the ball slipped out of his hand and he wasn’t touched by a defender
•    vs. NE (9/30), started at right guard, part of an offense that produced 438 yards of offense... left the game with an injury late in the first quarter and did not return

•    at SF (10/7), at Ari. (10/14) and vs Ten. (10/21): Inactive due to injury
•    at Hou. (11/4), returned to the starting line up for the 20th start of his career ... started at right guard and helped offense produced 308 yards of total offense
•    at NE (11/11), started at right guard ... part of an offense that produced season bests of 481 total yards and a time of possession of 33:50
•    vs. Mia. (11/15), started at right guard, part of an offense that produced 120 yards on the ground
•    at Ind. (11/25), started at right guard, part of an offense that produced a 100-yard rusher (C.J. Spiller - 107) and a 100-yard receiver (Stevie Johnson - 106) for the first time since 11/21/10 at Cin. (F. Jackson - 116 rush, Stevie Johnson - 137 rec.)
•    vs. Jac. (12/2), started at right guard, part of an offense that produced 232 rushing yards and did not give up a sack... moved to center when Eric Wood left with and injury
•    vs. StL (12/9), started at right guard, offense produced 281 yards
•    vs. Sea. (12/16), started at right guard, offense produced 333 net yards
•    at Mia. (12/23), started at right guard, offense produced 381 net yards, including 154 on the ground
•    vs. NYJ (12/30), started at right guard, offense produced 334 net yards, and did not allow a sack

 

2011

•    Started all 13 games played -- part of 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
•    At KC (9/11), started at right guard and helped block for a rushing attack that amassed 163 yards on 39 carries and limiting the Chiefs to 1.0 sack

•    Started at right guard vs. OAK (9/18), before leaving the game in the second quarter with an injury and did not return

•    Vs. NE (9/25) and at CIN (10/2): inactive with an injury
•    vs. PHI (10/9): returned to the lineup and helped block for rushing attack that tallied 143 yards ... held the then-NFL leading sack defense to one sack

•    at NYG (10/16): helped block for a rushing attack that tallied 155 yards on 23 attempts
•    vs. WAS (10/30): started at RG, 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 RG , offense did not allow a sack
•    at DAL (11/13): started at RG and moved to center after Eric Wood left the game with an injury... 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 RG, part of offense that allowed two sacks to the Dolphins and a league-best 12 total this season... moved to center in the fourth quarter
•    at NYJ (11/27): made his first career start at center

•vs. TEN (12/4): made his second-straight start at center
•at SD (12/11): started at center
•vs. MIA (12/18): started at center
•vs. DEN (12/24): started at center, before leaving with a knee injury and not returning
•at NE (1/1): Inactive due to injury

2010

Made his first NFL start at right guard against Pittsburgh in Week 12... played in 10 games this season on the offensive line before being placed on injured reserve on December 7th

•    At CIN (11/21): Played in 8th straight game...saw most significant action of the season, replacing an injured Eric Wood at RG

•    Vs. PIT (11/28): Made his first career NFL start at right guard for an injured Eric Wood...helped pave the way for RB Fred Jackson to tally his third straight with at least 100 yards from scrimmage

•    At MIN (12/5): Started at RG for the second straight game...moved to center in first quarter, due to injury to C G. Hangartner... left in the fourth quarter due to an injured knee

2009 w/Pittsburgh

•    Was inactive for the entire season

 

COLLEGE

Started 50 games at Wisconsin, lining up at right guard in 34 games and at right tackles 16 times… in 2005, he became the first Badger freshman to start at offensive tackle since former All-American Chris McIntosh in 1996… registered 45 touchdown-resulting blocks and 325 knockdowns.. tallied 176 knockdowns, 15 downfield blocks and 26 touchdown-resulting blocks on a total of 1,641 offensive plays in his final two years… during that span, he allowed only three quarterback sacks and two pressures… majored in biology.

2008: All-American fourth-team selection by Phil Steele’s College Football Magazine and All-Big Ten Conference first-team choice by Athlon Sports, Lindy’s and Blue Ribbon College Yearbook… started 11 contests at right guard, allowing just one quarterback sack and one pressure

2007: Earned All-American third-team and All-Big Ten Conference first-team honors from The NFL Draft Report, adding second-team All-Big Ten honors from the league’s coaches and media… started the team’s first 10 games at right offensive guard before shifting to right tackle for the final three contests… played a major in helping the offense rank second in the conference and 21st in the nation in rushing, averaging 200.8 yards per game

2006: Made the transition to right offensive guard in preseason drills, starting all 14 games… member of a line that helped Wisconsin post a 211.5 yard passing average and 161.2 rushing yards per game

2005: Second-team Freshman All-American selection by The Sporting News and Rivals.com

 

PERSONAL

Attended Hudson (Hudson, WI) High School where he was named to Prep Star’s All-American team and was rated one of the top 55 players in the Midwest, according to Super Prep, as a senior… rated the third best player in Wisconsin by Rivals.com, earning first-team All-State honors from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel as a senior… team captain and MVP… first-team All-Conference selection while starting every game as a junior and senior… lettered in basketball and track, in addition to playing football… as a senior, placed fifth in shot put at Division I state meet... wife’s name is Emily .

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