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Ramon Foster
G #73
Height:
6-5
Weight:
328
Age:
30
College:
Tennessee
Experience:
8

Quick Stats (2016):

G
3
GS
3
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 105 90
2016 PIT 3 3
2015 PIT 16 16
2014 PIT 14 14
2013 PIT 15 15
2012 PIT 16 16
2011 PIT 15 14
2010 PIT 12 8
2009 PIT 14 4
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 @WAS W 38-16
2 CIN W 24-16
3 @PHI L 3-34

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Biography

PRO (104-89/7-7): Signed a three-year contract with the Steelers on March 9, 2016…recipient of the 2015 Pro Football Writers’ “The Chief Award,” which was established in honor of the Steelers’ founder, Arthur J. Rooney, Sr., and is presented annually to the Steeler that best exemplifies the spirit of cooperation with the media…re-signed a three-year contract with the Steelers on March 11, 2013…signed his one-year restricted free agent tender with the Steelers on April 7, 2012…originally signed with the Steelers as an undrafted rookie free agent on April 27, 2009.

2016 (2-2)

  • 9/12 at Washington: Was part of an offensive line that helped block for a 300-yard passer, 100-yard rusher and 100-yard receiver.

PRO (104-89/7-7): Signed a three-year contract with the Steelers on March 9, 2016…recipient of the 2015 Pro Football Writers’ “The Chief Award,” which was established in honor of the Steelers’ founder, Arthur J. Rooney, Sr., and is presented annually to the Steeler that best exemplifies the spirit of cooperation with the media…re-signed a three-year contract with the Steelers on March 11, 2013…signed his one-year restricted free agent tender with the Steelers on April 7, 2012…originally signed with the Steelers as an undrafted rookie free agent on April 27, 2009.

2016 (2-2)

  • 9/12 at Washington: Was part of an offensive line that helped block for a 300-yard passer, 100-yard rusher and 100-yard receiver.

2015 (16-16/2-2): Started at LG for all 16 regular-season games for the second time in his career…was part of an offensive line that helped block for the Steelers’ offense to produce at least 450 net yards in four straight regular-season games, tying an NFL record…was part of an offensive line that allowed zero sacks in two games during the regular season (9/20 vs. San Francisco and 12/6 vs. Indianapolis)…played in his 100th career regular-season game 12/20 vs. Denver…also started both postseason matchups.

  • 9/10 at New England: Was part of an offensive line that helped block for the Steelers to have a 300-yard passer, 100-yard rusher and 100-yard receiver.
  • 11/8 vs. Oakland: Blocked for an offense that totaled a season-high 597 yards.

2014 (14-14/1-1): Started 14 regular-season games at LG…inactive due to an ankle injury 9/21 at Carolina and 9/28 vs. Tampa Bay…was part of an offensive line that helped block for the offense to set numerous single-season team records, including total points (436), total yards (6,577) and total first downs (379)…also helped block for an offense that led the NFL in time of possession (32:24), yards per first down play (6.42) and tied for the league lead in yards per play (6.2)…was part of an offensive line that allowed zero sacks in three games during the regular season (10/26 vs. Indianapolis, 12/7 at Cincinnati and 12/28 vs. Cincinnati)…started at LG in the lone postseason matchup.

  • 10/26 vs. Indianapolis: Was part of an offensive line that allowed QB Ben Roethlisberger to throw for single-game team records in completions (40) passing yards (522) and passing touchdowns (6).
  • 11/2 vs. Baltimore: Was part of an offensive line that helped block for Roethlisberger to throw six touchdowns and to total an NFL record 12 touchdown passes in a two-game span.
  • 11/17 at Tennessee: Was part of an offensive line that helped pave the way for RB Le’Veon Bell to record 204 rushing yards.

2013 (15-15): Started 15 games at LG…helped block for Roethlisberger to throw for 4,261 yards with 28 touchdowns…was part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack in two games (11/24 at Cleveland and 11/28 at Baltimore)…inactive due to an ankle injury 11/17 vs. Detroit.

2012 (16-16): Was one of two offensive linemen that started all 16 games…marked the first time he started all 16 games in a single-season in his career…started the first 13 games of the season at RG and the last three at LG…also saw action at RT due to various injuries…was part of an offensive line that helped block for Roethlisberger to throw for 26 touchdowns and register a passer rating of 97.0.

2011 (15-14/1-1): Started 14-of-15 games played during the regular season (13 at RG and one at LG)…was part of an offensive line that helped block for Roethlisberger to throw for 4,077 yards and for Steelers’ rushers to gain 118.9 yards per game during the regular season…also started the lone postseason contest at RG.

2010 (12-8/3-3): Played in 12 contests, starting the final eight games at G during the regular season...was part of an offensive line that helped block for RB Rashard Mendenhall to record a single-season career-high 1,273 rushing yards with 13 rushing touchdowns…inactive 9/12 vs. Atlanta, 9/19 at Tennessee, 10/31 at New Orleans and 11/8 at Cincinnati…started all three postseason contests at RG...helped block for Steelers’ rushers to average 121.0 yards per game during the postseason.

2009 (14-4): Played in 14 games, making four starts in place of injured G Chris Kemoeatu...also served as a third tight end...dressed but did not play 9/10 vs. Tennessee and 9/20 at Chicago…made his NFL debut 9/27 at Cincinnati…made his first career start 11/29 at Baltimore.

COLLEGE: Played in 44 games with 28 starts at Tennessee (2004-08)…was a four-year letterman…earned All-SEC second team honors and named to All-May Day Team by ESPN analyst Mark May in 2007…earned Freshman All-SEC honors in 2005…graduated with a bachelor’s degree in sociology.

PERSONAL: Attended Ripley High School (Ripley, Tenn.)...older brother, Renardo, played offensive tackle for the Atlanta Falcons and St. Louis Rams…son of the late Wyvonia Morgan...married to Kesha…the couple has two sons, Ramon Jr. and Myles…Full name: Ramon Sentell Foster.