Players

Max Unger
C #60
Height:
6-5
Weight:
305
Age:
28
College:
Oregon
Hometown:
Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
Experience:
6

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Career Stats
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TOTAL 61 61
2013 SEA 13 13
2012 SEA 16 16
2011 SEA 15 15
2010 SEA 1 1
2009 SEA 16 16

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Biography

HOW ACQUIRED:
Drafted with the 17th selection in the second round (49th overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft.

NFL CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
• Voted starting center for the NFC in the 2013 Pro Bowl.
• Started all 16 games as well as both postseason games in 2012, helping to lead Marshawn Lynch to his second consecutive 1,000-yard season. Seattle’s ground game ranked 3rd in the league with 2,579 yards in 2012.
• Started all 15 games played and missed one at Cleveland (10/23) in 2011. Helped pave the way for Marshawn Lynch to become Seattle’s first 1,000-yard rusher since 2005.
• Started the 2010 season opener vs. San Francisco (9/12) at right guard before leaving the game with a season-ending toe injury. Was placed on injured reserve on September 14.
• In 2009, became the first rookie lineman to start all 16 games since Ray Roberts in 1992. Started first 13 games at right guard before moving to center for the final three games.

HONORS:
2012, NFC Pro Bowl starter, Associated Press Firstteam All-Pro

COLLEGE:
Started 51 consecutive games and earned all-conference honors in every season, including being named first-team All-Pac-10 twice. Also named to several All-Amercan teams. Earned those accolades at two positions: left tackle in 2005 and 2006 and center in 2007 and 2008. As a senior, started all 13 games, including 11 at center. The Ducks led the Pac-10 and finished second in the nation with an average of 280.08 yards per game on the ground. They also led the league in scoring (41.92 ppg, seventh in the country) and total offense (484.85 ypg).

PERSONAL:
Attended Hawaii Preparatory (Honaunau, Hi.) Academy, playing football for head coach Tom Goodspeed. Ranked among nation's top 50 offensive guards by Rivals.com as a senior. Did not begin playing organized football until the ninth grade, but in only his second season, he was a member of the Honolulu Star- Bulletin's 2002 second-team All-State squad. Playing on both sides of the ball during his last two years, he received first-team All-Big Island Inter-scholastic Federation honors both times.

HOW ACQUIRED:
Drafted with the 17th selection in the second round (49th overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft.

NFL CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
• Voted starting center for the NFC in the 2013 Pro Bowl.
• Started all 16 games as well as both postseason games in 2012, helping to lead Marshawn Lynch to his second consecutive 1,000-yard season. Seattle’s ground game ranked 3rd in the league with 2,579 yards in 2012.
• Started all 15 games played and missed one at Cleveland (10/23) in 2011. Helped pave the way for Marshawn Lynch to become Seattle’s first 1,000-yard rusher since 2005.
• Started the 2010 season opener vs. San Francisco (9/12) at right guard before leaving the game with a season-ending toe injury. Was placed on injured reserve on September 14.
• In 2009, became the first rookie lineman to start all 16 games since Ray Roberts in 1992. Started first 13 games at right guard before moving to center for the final three games.

HONORS:
2012, NFC Pro Bowl starter, Associated Press Firstteam All-Pro

COLLEGE:
Started 51 consecutive games and earned all-conference honors in every season, including being named first-team All-Pac-10 twice. Also named to several All-Amercan teams. Earned those accolades at two positions: left tackle in 2005 and 2006 and center in 2007 and 2008. As a senior, started all 13 games, including 11 at center. The Ducks led the Pac-10 and finished second in the nation with an average of 280.08 yards per game on the ground. They also led the league in scoring (41.92 ppg, seventh in the country) and total offense (484.85 ypg).

PERSONAL:
Attended Hawaii Preparatory (Honaunau, Hi.) Academy, playing football for head coach Tom Goodspeed. Ranked among nation's top 50 offensive guards by Rivals.com as a senior. Did not begin playing organized football until the ninth grade, but in only his second season, he was a member of the Honolulu Star- Bulletin's 2002 second-team All-State squad. Playing on both sides of the ball during his last two years, he received first-team All-Big Island Inter-scholastic Federation honors both times.