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Marcus Cannon
OL #61
Texas Christian
Odessa, TX

Quick Stats (2014):

Career Stats
TOTAL 47 10
2014 NE 10 3
2013 NE 14 6
2012 NE 16 1
2011 NE 7 0
Recent Games
1 @MIA L 20-33
2 @MIN W 30-7
3 OAK W 16-9
4 @KC L 14-41
5 CIN W 43-17
6 @BUF W 37-22
7 NYJ W 27-25
8 CHI W 51-23
9 DEN W 43-21
11 @IND W 42-20

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Marcus Cannon was drafted by the New England Patriots in the fifth round (138th overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft.
Marcus Cannon was drafted by the New England Patriots in the fifth round (138th overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft.


2014 (9/3)
  • Rotated in along the offensive line and played on special teams in the wins at Buffalo (10/12), vs. N.Y. Jets (10/16), vs. Chicago (10/26) and vs. Denver (11/2).
  • Rotated in at right tackle for one series and played on special teams vs. Cincinnati (10/5).
  • Rotated in at both tackle spots and played on special teams at Kansas City (9/29).
  • Started at left guard at Minnesota (9/14) and vs. Oakland (9/21).
  • Made his first start at left guard in the season opener at Miami (9/7). He had previously started seven games at right tackle.

2013 (13/5, 2/2)
  • Played in 14 regular-season games with six starts at right tackle after Sebastian Vollmer’s season ended with an injury.
  • Missed two games due to injury.
  • Started both playoff games at right tackle.
  • Came on in relief of Sebastian Vollmer at right tackle vs. Tampa Bay (9/22) after Vollmer left the game with a foot injury and did not return.
  • Came on in relief of Dan Connolly at right guard vs. New Orleans (10/13) after Connolly left the game with a foot injury and did not return.
  • Replaced Sebastian Vollmer at right tackle vs. Miami (10/27) after Vollmer left with a leg injury and did not return.
  • Started the second game of his career vs. Pittsburgh (11/3), replacing Sebastian Vollmer as part of an offensive line that helped score 55 points and rack up 610 yards against the Steelers.
  • Started at right tackle vs. Denver (11/24) but left in the first quarter with an injury and did not return.
  • Missed the following two games at Houston (12/1) and vs. Cleveland (12/8) due to injury. Will Svitek started those two contests in his place.
  • Made his first career playoff start vs. Indianapolis (1/11).

2012 (16/1, 2/0)
  • Appeared in all 16 regular season games and made one start at right tackle. Also appeared regularly on field goals and extra points.
  • Made his first career start at right tackle in place of an injured Sebastian Vollmer at N.Y. Jets (11/22).
  • Played in sub packages on offense along the offensive line, including tackle-eligible tight end in win at St. Louis (10/28).

2011 (7/0, 3/0)
  • Was activated off the Reserve/Non-Injury list on Nov. 15, and played in seven games on the offensive line and special teams.
  • 2011 Ed Block Courage Award winner.
  • Saw significant time at right tackle when fellow rookie Nate Solder shifted to tackle-eligible tight end and by rule, would have to exit the game for a play before returning to play tackle.
  • Saw his most extensive playing time of the season vs. Miami (12/24) when he entered the game in the second quarter at right tackle with Matt Light and Logan Mankins out with injuries.
  • Saw action as a reserve on special teams in Super Bowl XLVI vs. N.Y. Giants (2/5), the AFC Championship vs. Baltimore (1/22), and the Divisional playoff game vs. Denver (1/14).

  • Cannon appeared in 49 games at Texas Christian, starting the final 36 contests that he appeared in – 24 at right offensive tackle and 12 on the left side.
  • Honors and Awards (2010): Third-team All-American honors from both The NFL Draft Report and, honorable mention from Sports Illustrated; first-team All-Mountain West Conference accolades.
  • Moved to left offensive tackle during spring drills of his senior season and produced one of the finest seasons ever recorded by a TCU blocker.
  • Did not allow any quarterback sacks in 2009 and 2010, despite never playing the left tackle position prior to his senior year.
  • Cannon helped the squad set school season-records in 2010 for points scored (541) and touchdowns recorded (70) by their offensive unit.
  • Honors and Awards (2009): All-American honorable mention by The NFL Draft Report; first-team All-Mountain West Conference honors; “Top 10 Workout Warrior” by ESPN for the second year in a row.
  • Honors and Awards (2008): Honorable mention All-Mountain West Conference selection in his first year in the starting lineup; “Top-10 Workout Warrior” by ESPN.
  • Red shirted as a freshman.

  • Born Marcus Darell Cannon on May 6, 1988, in Odessa, Texas.
  • Cannon attended Odessa (Texas) High School.
  • Received a three-star prospect rating from, placing him 59th among the nation’s offensive lineman.
  • All-District honorable mention as a junior, earning All-District first-team and Class 5A All-State honors during his senior season.
  • Also lettered in basketball, track and field and power-lifting.
  • Threw the discus 175 feet, 4 inches to finish fourth overall at the Texas Class 5A State meet in 2006.
  • Posted a personal-best toss of 60 feet, 8 inches in the shot put and 176 feet, 8 inches in the discus.
  • Standout for the Horned Frogs’ indoor and outdoor track and field teams from 2009-10, often shuttling between football spring camp and track events.
  • Majored in communications.
  • Uncle, Allen Cannon, played at Vanderbilt (1981-82).

  • 2011 Ed Block Courage Award winner- an annual award presented to select players in the National Football League, who are voted by their teammates as role models of inspiration, sportsmanship, and courage.

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