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Brian Waters
G #54
Height:
6-3
Weight:
320
College:
North Texas
Hometown:
Waxahachie, Texas
Experience:
13
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YearTeamGGS
TOTAL 186 170
2013 DAL 7 5
2011 NE 16 16
2010 KC 16 16
2009 KC 15 15
2008 KC 16 16
2007 KC 16 16
2006 KC 14 14
2005 KC 16 16
2004 KC 16 16
2003 KC 16 16
2002 KC 16 16
2001 KC 16 8
2000 KC 6 0

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Biography

Brian Waters was signed by the Patriots as a free agent on Sept. 4, 2011 ... Originally signed by Dallas a rookie free agent (4/23/99) ... Released by Dallas (9/5/99) ... Signed by Kansas City as a free agent (3/6/00) ... Released by Kansas City (7/28/11).
CAREER TRANSACTIONS
Brian Waters was signed by the Patriots as a free agent on Sept. 4, 2011 ... Originally signed by Dallas a rookie free agent (4/23/99) ... Released by Dallas (9/5/99) ... Signed by Kansas City as a free agent (3/6/00) ... Released by Kansas City (7/28/11).

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
  • Named the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year in 2009.
  • Selected to six Pro Bowls (2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2011).


SEASONAL REVIEWS

2011 (16/16, 3/3)

  • Started at right guard against the N.Y. Giants (2/5), Baltimore (1/22) and Denver (1/14).
  • Started all 16 regular season and three playoff games at right guard in 2011.
  • Selected to his sixth career Pro Bowl in his first season with the Patriots.
  • Started and helped pave the way for a Patriots rushing attack that gained 157 yards on the ground in a win over the Chiefs (11/21).
  • Started his ninth straight game at right guard to open the season against the Jets (11/13)
  • Started his eight straight game at right guard to begin the season against Dallas (10/16).
  • Started at guard against the Jets (10/9) as part of an offensive line that helped pave the way for BenJarvus Green-Ellis to rush for a career-high 136 yards on 27 carries with two touchdowns.
  • Started at right guard for the fourth time in 2011 at Oakland (10/2).
  • Made his third consecutive start at guard in Buffalo (9/25).
  • Started at guard as part of an offensive line that helped Tom Brady throw for 423 yards against the Chargers (9/18). Combined with his performance against Miami, Brady's 940 passing yards in consecutive weeks are a franchise record for a two-game span.
  • Started at guard as part of an offensive line that helped Tom Brady to a personal and franchise best 517 passing yards and a franchise record 622 total yards in the season opener against the Dolphins (9/12).



2010 (16/16, 1/1 - Kansas City)

  • Played and started in 16 games at left guard and helped the Chiefs to an AFC West title with a 10-6 record.
  • Started in one postseason game.
  • Named to his fifth Pro Bowl



2009 (15/15 - Kansas City)

  • Started in 15 games at left guard and was inactive for one game.
  • Was inactive due to an injury vs. Cleveland (12/20), ending a streak of 51 consecutive starts dating back to the 2006 season.
  • Helped RB Jamaal Charles set the franchise-record for a single-game with 249 yards rushing at Denver (1/3/10).
  • Named the 2009 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year.



2008 (16/16 - Kansas City)

  • Started all 16 games at left guard.
  • Was selected to his fourth Pro Bowl.



2007 (16/16 - Kansas City)

  • Started all 16 games at left guard.
  • Started his 100th game in a Kansas City uniform vs. Tennessee (12/16).



2006 (14/14, 1/1 - Kansas City)

  • Started all 14 games that games that he played and one postseason game.
  • Earned his third straight Pro Bowl berth.
  • Missed two games due to an injury.
  • Played in his 100th game vs. Jacksonville (12/31).



2005 (16/16 - Kansas City)

  • Started all 16 games at left guard.
  • Was selected to his second Pro Bowl and was a first-team All-Pro selection by the Associated Press for a second straight year.
  • Part of a Kansas City offense that led the NFL in total offense, averaging 387.0 yards per game.
  • Helped RB Larry Johnson set a team-record with 1,750 rushing yards on the season.



2004 (16/16 - Kansas City)

  • Started all 16 games at left guard.
  • Was selected to his first Pro Bowl and was a first-team All-Pro selection by the Associated Press, The Sporting News and Pro Football Weekly.
  • Joined teammate FB Tony Richardson and San Diego TE Antonio Gates as one of three undrafted players to be selected to the Pro Bowl.
  • Played a key role in helping Kansas City lead the NFL in offense for the first time in team history.
  • Named the AFC Offensive Player of the Week in helping the Chiefs score an NFL record eight rushing touchdowns vs. Atlanta (10/24) to become the first offensive lineman to ever win the award.



2003 (16/16, 1/1 - Kansas City)

  • Started all 16 games at left guard.
  • Part of a Chiefs offensive front that helped RB Priest Holmes set an NFL record with 27 rushing touchdowns.
  • Started an AFC Divisional Playoff game vs. Indianapolis (1/11/04).



2002 (16/16 - Kansas City)

  • Started all 16 games at left guard.
  • Was part of a Chiefs offense that led the league by averaging 29.2 points per game and ranked second in the NFL by averaging 375.0 yards per game.
  • Helped pave the way for RB Priest Holmes' 1,615 yards rushing.



2001 (16/8 - Kansas City)

  • Played in 16 games with eight starts.
  • Started one game at center and seven at left guard.
  • Also added two special teams tackles.
  • Helped RB Priest Holmes rush for an NFL-high 1,555 yards.
  • Made his first NFL start vs. Oakland (9/9) at center.
  • Worked as a fullback in short-yardage and goal-line situation.
  • Started his first career game at left guard vs. Seattle (11/25).


COLLEGE

  • Played in 44 career games for North Texas, starting at tight end for three years before switching to defensive line as a senior.
  • Hauled in 86 receptions for 975 yards and nine touchdowns in three years on offense.
  • Recorded 45 tackles and 5.0 sacks on defense.
  • Earned first-team All-Big West Conference honors as defensive tackle.


PERSONAL

  • Was all-district tight end and defensive end at Waxahachie High school in Waxahachie, Texas.
  • Established the "Brian Waters 54 Foundation" in 2005, benefitting children and families.
  • Received the 2008 JB Award presented by CBS Host James Brown for his contribution to the community voted by the NFL Players Association and NFL Players.
  • Serves as a spokesperson for the NFL's "What Moves U" fitness campaign.
  • Married to wife, Yolanda, with children.

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