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Lucas Patrick
G #62
Height:
6-3
Weight:
313
Age:
24
College:
Duke
Hometown:
Brentwood, TN
Experience:
1

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2
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TOTAL 2 0
2017 GB 2 0
Recent Games
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1 SEA W 17-9
2 @ATL L 23-34
3 CIN W 27-24

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Biography

Re-signed by Green Bay on Jan. 24, 2017…Originally signed by Green Bay as an undrafted free agent on June 1, 2016…Spent the entire 2016 season on Green Bay’s practice squad…Lettered four seasons at Duke, seeing action in 44 career games with 26 starts and playing a total of 2,177 snaps…Finished out his tenure with the Blue Devils with 21 consecutive starts at left guard…Started all 13 contests at LG as a senior in 2015, earning honorable mention All-Atlantic Coast Conference recognition from the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association and the conference’s coaches…Helped pave the way for an offense that averaged 192.9 rushing yards per game…Part of a line that ranked sixth in the nation for fewest tackles for a loss allowed per game (4.15, 2nd in ACC)…Named to ESPN’s All-Bowl Team after helping Duke post 536 yards of total offense in an overtime win vs. Indiana in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl (Dec. 26), the first bowl victory for the Blue Devils since 1961...Part of an offensive line that blocked for three 100-yard rushers against the Hoosiers…Started 12 games at LG as a junior in 2014, missing one contest due to injury…Helped the Blue Devil offense become the first in school history to average 180-plus rushing yards and 210-plus passing yards per game…Blocked for two QBs on the season (Anthony Boone and Thomas Sirk) as they combined for 2,767 yards, 22 TDs and just eight INTs while completing 266 of 467 passes (57.0 pct.)…Part of an offensive line that blocked for RB Shaun Wilson as he broke a 20-year-old school record for rushing yards in a game, with 245 yards and three TDs on 12 carries (20.4 avg.) during a 41-3 win vs. Kansas (Sept. 13)…As a sophomore in 2013, appeared in all 14 games with one start…Aided a Blue Devil offense that set school single-season records for offensive yards (5,966), points (459) and total first downs (298)…Also helped Duke to its first season with 25-plus passing and rushing TDs…Member of Duke’s first team to reach the ACC title game after securing the Coastal Division…His lone start on the season was at right tackle in the Chick-fil-A Bowl against Texas A&M in which Duke scored a school-record 48 points…Helped clear the way against the Aggies for Boone (427 passing yds.), RB Josh Snead (104 rushing yds.), WR Jamison Crowder (163 receiving yds.) and TE Braxton Deaver (116 receiving yds.) to give Duke its first-ever 300-yard passer, 100-yard rusher and two 100-yard receivers in a bowl game, and just the fourth in school history…Played in five games as a redshirt freshman in 2012 after spending the first eight weeks of the season recovering from ankle surgery…Part of an offense that produced two 1,000-yard receivers (Crowder and WR Conner Vernon each had 1,074), just the second pair in ACC history to accomplish the feat…Helped give QB Sean Renfree time to complete 36 of 59 passes (61.0 pct.) for 432 yards and four TDs vs. Miami (Nov. 24)…Earned his degree in history…Attended Brentwood (Tenn.) High School, lettering four years in football and three years in rugby and track…Played both guard and tackle in high school…Extended family (uncle’s father-in-law on his mother’s side) includes former Green Bay RB Tom Moore (1960-65)…Can successfully drop-kick a field goal from the 15-yard line (25-yard FG)…Single, lives in Portland, Ore. …Given name Lucas Carter Patrick; born in Brentwood, Tenn.

Re-signed by Green Bay on Jan. 24, 2017…Originally signed by Green Bay as an undrafted free agent on June 1, 2016…Spent the entire 2016 season on Green Bay’s practice squad…Lettered four seasons at Duke, seeing action in 44 career games with 26 starts and playing a total of 2,177 snaps…Finished out his tenure with the Blue Devils with 21 consecutive starts at left guard…Started all 13 contests at LG as a senior in 2015, earning honorable mention All-Atlantic Coast Conference recognition from the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association and the conference’s coaches…Helped pave the way for an offense that averaged 192.9 rushing yards per game…Part of a line that ranked sixth in the nation for fewest tackles for a loss allowed per game (4.15, 2nd in ACC)…Named to ESPN’s All-Bowl Team after helping Duke post 536 yards of total offense in an overtime win vs. Indiana in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl (Dec. 26), the first bowl victory for the Blue Devils since 1961...Part of an offensive line that blocked for three 100-yard rushers against the Hoosiers…Started 12 games at LG as a junior in 2014, missing one contest due to injury…Helped the Blue Devil offense become the first in school history to average 180-plus rushing yards and 210-plus passing yards per game…Blocked for two QBs on the season (Anthony Boone and Thomas Sirk) as they combined for 2,767 yards, 22 TDs and just eight INTs while completing 266 of 467 passes (57.0 pct.)…Part of an offensive line that blocked for RB Shaun Wilson as he broke a 20-year-old school record for rushing yards in a game, with 245 yards and three TDs on 12 carries (20.4 avg.) during a 41-3 win vs. Kansas (Sept. 13)…As a sophomore in 2013, appeared in all 14 games with one start…Aided a Blue Devil offense that set school single-season records for offensive yards (5,966), points (459) and total first downs (298)…Also helped Duke to its first season with 25-plus passing and rushing TDs…Member of Duke’s first team to reach the ACC title game after securing the Coastal Division…His lone start on the season was at right tackle in the Chick-fil-A Bowl against Texas A&M in which Duke scored a school-record 48 points…Helped clear the way against the Aggies for Boone (427 passing yds.), RB Josh Snead (104 rushing yds.), WR Jamison Crowder (163 receiving yds.) and TE Braxton Deaver (116 receiving yds.) to give Duke its first-ever 300-yard passer, 100-yard rusher and two 100-yard receivers in a bowl game, and just the fourth in school history…Played in five games as a redshirt freshman in 2012 after spending the first eight weeks of the season recovering from ankle surgery…Part of an offense that produced two 1,000-yard receivers (Crowder and WR Conner Vernon each had 1,074), just the second pair in ACC history to accomplish the feat…Helped give QB Sean Renfree time to complete 36 of 59 passes (61.0 pct.) for 432 yards and four TDs vs. Miami (Nov. 24)…Earned his degree in history…Attended Brentwood (Tenn.) High School, lettering four years in football and three years in rugby and track…Played both guard and tackle in high school…Extended family (uncle’s father-in-law on his mother’s side) includes former Green Bay RB Tom Moore (1960-65)…Can successfully drop-kick a field goal from the 15-yard line (25-yard FG)…Single, lives in Portland, Ore. …Given name Lucas Carter Patrick; born in Brentwood, Tenn.