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|Outside Own Division||8||12||8||4||0||0|
|vs AFC Teams||3||7||4||3||0||0|
|vs NFC Teams||9||15||11||4||0||0|
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|New England Patriots||1||2||2||0||0||0|
|New York Jets||1||4||2||2||0||0|
|San Francisco 49ers||1|
|U.S. Bank Stadium||1||1||1||0||0||0|
|Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum||1|
Signed to Green Bay’s active roster on Oct. 6, 2018.
Signed to Green Bay’s active roster on Oct. 6, 2018...Signed to Green Bay’s practice squad on Sept. 2, 2018...Played in 40 game over four seasons, starting the final 39 contests for the Wildcats...Racked up 101 tackles (46 solo), 18½ tackles for a loss, 3½ sacks, three passes defensed and two forced fumbles...Finished his senior campaign as a team captain, starting all 13 games at defensive tackle en route to an honorable mention All-Big Ten selection for a Northwestern defense that ranked No. 9 in the NCAA in rushing defense...Notched 40 tackles (14 solo), 9½ tackles for a loss and two sacks, all career highs...Had a season-high five tackles (three solo) with a tackle for a loss and two QB pressures at Duke (Sept. 9)...The following week vs. Bowling Green (Sept. 16), recorded his first sack of the season to go along with four tackles (two solo)...Matched a season high with five tackles, including 1½ tackles for a loss, at Nebraska (Nov. 4)...Had three tackles (all assisted) and a half-sack each vs. Minnesota (Nov. 18) and at Illinois (Nov. 25)...Started all 13 games at DT as a junior in 2016, compiling 28 tackles (14 solo), 3½ tackles for a loss and a fumble recovery...Was named the Wildcats' Defensive Player of the Week in the conference opener vs. Nebraska (Sept. 24) after racking up six tackles (three solo) and a half-tackle for a loss...Recorded five tackles (two solo) at Ohio State (Oct. 29)...Set season highs with eight tackles (five solo) and two tackles for a loss vs. Wisconsin (Nov. 5)...Played in and started all 13 games as a sophomore in 2015, accumulating 33 tackles (18 solo), 1½ sacks and 5½ tackles for a loss, and set career highs with two passes defensed and a team-high two forced fumbles...Made the first start of his career vs. Stanford (Sept. 5), tallying two tackles (two solo) and a tackle for a loss...Set a season high with five tackles (three solo) vs. Ball State (Sept. 26)...The following week in the Big Ten opener vs. Minnesota (Oct. 3), had four tackles (one solo), with two tackles for a loss, including splitting the first sack of his career and forcing his first fumble as a Wildcat to help secure Northwestern's shutout victory...Racked up three tackles (one solo) in the win at Wisconsin (Nov. 21)...In the low scoring game, had a key play early in the fourth quarter, sacking Badgers QB Joel Stave and forcing a fumble to help end Wisconsin's drive near midfield...Played in one game and was limited by injuries as a redshirt freshman in 2014...Made his collegiate debut at California (Aug. 30)...Earned his degree in economics...A three-year letterwinner at Plainfield (Ill.) East High School, played center and guard in addition to defensive tackle...Was a first-team all-state selection by the Chicago Tribune...Did not allow a sack as an offensive lineman in his three seasons...Also lettered one year in baseball...Visited Lurie Children's Hospital in Chicago and raised money for Misericordia Home in Chicago for children and adults with special needs....In high school, organized and ran children's activities for three years at a Lifetime Fitness in Romeoville, Ill. ...Lives in Romeoville, Ill. ...Given name Tyler Coatney Lancaster; nickname is "Lanny"...Born in Naperville, Ill.