PLAYER
Graham Glasgow
G #60
Height:
6-6
Weight:
310
Age:
25
College:
Michigan
Hometown:
Aurora, IL
Experience:
2

Quick Stats (2017):

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6
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6
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 21 17
2017 DET 6 6
2016 DET 15 11
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 ARI W 35-23
2 @NYG W 24-10
3 ATL L 26-30
4 @MIN W 14-7
5 CAR L 24-27
6 @NO L 38-52

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Biography

Joined T Taylor Decker as the second offensive lineman taken by the Lions in the 2015 NFL draft. Provided depth and youth along the interior offensive line in his rookie season, displaying his versatility with time spent at both guard and center.

TRANSACTIONS

  • Drafted by the Detroit Lions in the third round (95th overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft.

PRO

2016: Joined T Taylor Decker as the second offensive lineman taken by the Lions in the 2015 NFL draft. Provided depth and youth along the interior offensive line in his rookie season, displaying his versatility with time spent at both guard and center.

  • Made his Lions debut in Week 2 against Tennessee on special teams (9/18).
  • Appeared on special teams for the second consecutive week against at Green Bay in Week 3 (9/25).
  • Played on special teams for a third straight week at Chicago in Week 4 (10/2).
  • Saw his first action of the season at left guard as well as on special teams against the Eagles in Week 5 (10/9).
  • Made his first-career start at left guard in Week 6 against the Rams (10/16). Protected the interior of an offensive line that helped pass for four touchdowns and while allowing just one sack in a victory.
  • Started for a second-straight week at left guard in QB Matthew Stafford’s 100th career-game. Helped block on the interior of the offensive line in a Week 7 victory against the Redskins (10/23).
  • Earned his third-consecutive career start at left guard at Houston in Week 8 (10/30).
  • On 37 pass plays in Week 9 at Minnesota, the Lions offensive line yielded one sack against the Vikings, which occurred on the team’s overtime game-winning drive (11/6). It marked the third time in four games in which the offensive line yielded one or fewer sacks.
  • Started at left guard at New Orleans (12/4). Helped the offense gain 422 total yards and control the time of possession battle by a margin of more than 13 minutes.
  • Made his first career-start at center against the Bears in Week 14, repalcing C Travis Swanson who was out due to injury (concussion). Helped the offense rush for 114 total yards and complete its eighth game-winning drive of the season (12/11).
  • Helped create holes that saw RB Zach Zenner run for a career-best 67 yards on 12 carries and two touchdowns in Week 16 at Dallas (12/26).
  • Started at center for a third consecutive game in place of C Travis Swanson (concussion). Part of an offensive line that helped QB Matthew Stafford throw for 347 yards and RB Zach Zenner to rush for a career-high 69.

COLLEGE
A three-year starter who saw action in 42 games (37 starts) along the Wolverines offensive line, Glasgow showed his versatility by playing both guard positions and center for the University of Michigan during his five years (2011-2015). He was named to the 2015 All-Big Ten Honorable Mention team as well as the Academic All-Big Ten team three years in a row (2013-2015).

2015: Started all 13 games at center, earning his fourth varsity letter as a senior.

  • Earned Hugh R. Rader Memorial Award as Michigan’s top offensive lineman.
  • Was recognized as All-Big Ten Honorable Mention (coaches and media).
  • Named Academic All-Big Ten.

2014: Appeared in 11 games, making 11 starts.

  • Made season debut at right guard, against Notre Dame (Sept. 6).
  • Named Academic All-Big Ten.

2013: Started 13 games as an offensive lineman, making nine starts at center and four starts at left guard. Made first career start at center after moving from left guard against Minnesota (Oct. 5). Also contributed on special teams.

  • Earned U-M Athletic Academic Achievement award.
  • Named Academic All-Big Ten.

2012: Appeared in five games as a reserve offensive lineman.

  • Made career debut as a reserve offensive guard vs. Massachusetts (Sept. 15).

2011: Redshirted.

  • Was a member of the Wolverines team that defeated the Virginia Tech Hokies in the 2012 Sugar Bowl.

PERSONAL
Glasgow was enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts, earning his degree in economics while at the University of Michigan.

  • He has two brothers, Ryan and Jordan, who are currently playing football at Michigan.
  • Graham Michael Glasgow was born July 19, 1992.

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