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Dennis Pitta
TE #88
Height:
6-4
Weight:
245
Age:
29
College:
Brigham Young
Hometown:
Moorpark, CA
Experience:
3

Quick Stats (2014):

REC
16
YDS
125
AVG
7.8
TDS
0
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 138 1,369 9.9 61 11 0 0 -- 0 0 0 0
2014 BAL 3 3 16 125 7.8 24 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2013 BAL 4 1 20 169 8.4 18 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2012 BAL 16 5 61 669 11 61T 7 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2011 BAL 16 2 40 405 10.1 39 3 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2010 BAL 11 0 1 1 1 1 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Recent Games
WKOppResultReceivingRushingFumbles
RecYdsAvgLngTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
1 CIN L 16-23 10 83 8.3 23 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2 PIT W 26-6 3 30 10 24 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 @CLE W 23-21 3 12 4 9 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

Transactions

Dennis Pitta was selected by the Ravens in the fourth round (114th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft.

Career

  • Has 41 receptions for 406 yards and 3 TDs
  • Had a career-high 62 yards receiving at Cin. (1/1/12)
  • Caught his first-career TD vs. SF (11/24/11)
  • Posted a career-high 6 receptions vs. Ari. (10/30/11)
  • Started his first-career game at Ten. (9/18/11)
  • Pulled in his first-career reception at Cin. (9/19/10)

2011: (16/2, 2/1) Set career highs with 40 receptions for 405 yards and tied for third on the team with 3 TDs

  • Led the team with a career-high-tying 6 receptions for a career-high 62 yards and a TD in the 24-16 victory in the season finale at Cin. (1/1/12)...Ravens swept the AFC North division and earned the team’s first division title since 2006
  • Netted 2 receptions, including his first-career TD, in the 16-6 victory in game 11 vs. SF (11/24)
  • Produced career-highs with 6 receptions for 46 yards in the 30-27 victory in game 7 vs. Ari. (10/30)
  • Started his first-career game and pulled in 2 receptions for 24 yards in game 2 at Ten. (9/18)
  • Saw action in both playoff games (one start) and finished second on the team with 7 catches for 70 yards and 1 TD
  • Started his first-career postseason game and finished second on the team with 5 receptions for 41 yards and his first-career postseason TD in the AFC Championship at NE (1/22/12)

2010: (11/0, 0/0)  Recorded a reception for 1 yard and a special teams tackle

  • Recorded his first-career special teams tackle before leaving the game with a concussion in the 20-10 victory in game 15 at Cle. (12/26)
  • Pulled in his first-career reception in game 2 at Cin. (9/19)
  • Saw action in his first-career game, but did not record a reception in the season opener at NYJ (9/13)
  • Was a game-day inactive in the Divisional game at Pit. (1/15/11) and the 30-7 victory in the Wild Card game at KC (1/9/11)





College:
Started 34 of his 50 career games, recording 221 receptions for 2,901 yards and 21 TDs...A team captain, he was one of three finalists for the John Mackey Award, given to the top TE in the nation as a senior in 2009...Earned first-team All-America accolades from the American Football Coaches Association, Walter Camp Foundation and Pro Football Weekly, adding second-team honors from the Associated Press, The Sporting News and Sports Illustrated...Received the Elite TE Trophy from the College Football Performance Awards, becoming the first non-BCS winner since 2001...Was a first-team All-Mountain West Conference and Academic All-MWC choice...Led the team in receptions for the second time in his career with 62 (third among all TEs in the nation) for 829 yards (13.4 ypc) and 8 TDs...Pitta finished his collegiate career having caught at least one pass in 43 consecutive games dating back to 10/23/04, before his LDS mission...Third-team All-America selection by Rivals.com as a junior (2008)...Candidate for the Lombardi and Biletnikoff Awards, while also a John Mackey Award semifinalist...Also earned first-team All-MWC honors and was an Academic All-MWC pick...Recorded a career-high 83 receptions, a Cougar single-season record at his position...Became just the second TE at BYU to gain over 1,000 yards receiving in a season with 1,083, which was also the eighth-best overall season total in school history, ranking third on the Cougars’ TE yearly record book...Totaled 213 receiving yards vs. Northern Iowa, making him only the second BYU TE to ever gain over 200 yards receiving in a single game...Came back strong after completing his Mormon mission, earning first-team All-MWC and Academic All-MWC selections as a sophomore in 2007...Led the Cougars and all MWC TEs with 59 receptions, though he only started five games…Recorded 813 yards (13.8 ypc) and 5 TDs...Served on an LDS church mission to the Dominican Republic (2005-06)...Joined the BYU football team as a greyshirt walk-on in 2003.

High School, Personal: Lettered three times in track, twice in football and once in basketball at Moorpark (CA) HS...Played WR and CB, leading the Musketeers to the CIF state semi-finals...Was named first-team All-County, All-League and All-Area his senior season in which he recorded 64 receptions for 1,150 yards and 13 TDs…Four-time scholar-athlete who was also named a National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete...An Eagle Scout, Pitta graduated from BYU with a degree in business education...His father, Dennis, was a middle linebacker at California from 1968-69...Married the former Mataya Gissel in July 2008.

community: As part of the NFL’s “Salute to Service” Military Appreciation initiative, joined teammates in hosting a karaoke party for local Baltimore veterans...Taught youth players the fundamentals of football at the NXT Level Football Camp at Provo High School in Provo, UT...Has also, supported the Ravens’ community initiatives by attending the annual women’s event A Purple Evening at M&T Bank Stadium.

Transactions

Dennis Pitta was selected by the Ravens in the fourth round (114th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft.

Career

  • Has 41 receptions for 406 yards and 3 TDs
  • Had a career-high 62 yards receiving at Cin. (1/1/12)
  • Caught his first-career TD vs. SF (11/24/11)
  • Posted a career-high 6 receptions vs. Ari. (10/30/11)
  • Started his first-career game at Ten. (9/18/11)
  • Pulled in his first-career reception at Cin. (9/19/10)

2011: (16/2, 2/1) Set career highs with 40 receptions for 405 yards and tied for third on the team with 3 TDs

  • Led the team with a career-high-tying 6 receptions for a career-high 62 yards and a TD in the 24-16 victory in the season finale at Cin. (1/1/12)...Ravens swept the AFC North division and earned the team’s first division title since 2006
  • Netted 2 receptions, including his first-career TD, in the 16-6 victory in game 11 vs. SF (11/24)
  • Produced career-highs with 6 receptions for 46 yards in the 30-27 victory in game 7 vs. Ari. (10/30)
  • Started his first-career game and pulled in 2 receptions for 24 yards in game 2 at Ten. (9/18)
  • Saw action in both playoff games (one start) and finished second on the team with 7 catches for 70 yards and 1 TD
  • Started his first-career postseason game and finished second on the team with 5 receptions for 41 yards and his first-career postseason TD in the AFC Championship at NE (1/22/12)

2010: (11/0, 0/0)  Recorded a reception for 1 yard and a special teams tackle

  • Recorded his first-career special teams tackle before leaving the game with a concussion in the 20-10 victory in game 15 at Cle. (12/26)
  • Pulled in his first-career reception in game 2 at Cin. (9/19)
  • Saw action in his first-career game, but did not record a reception in the season opener at NYJ (9/13)
  • Was a game-day inactive in the Divisional game at Pit. (1/15/11) and the 30-7 victory in the Wild Card game at KC (1/9/11)





College:
Started 34 of his 50 career games, recording 221 receptions for 2,901 yards and 21 TDs...A team captain, he was one of three finalists for the John Mackey Award, given to the top TE in the nation as a senior in 2009...Earned first-team All-America accolades from the American Football Coaches Association, Walter Camp Foundation and Pro Football Weekly, adding second-team honors from the Associated Press, The Sporting News and Sports Illustrated...Received the Elite TE Trophy from the College Football Performance Awards, becoming the first non-BCS winner since 2001...Was a first-team All-Mountain West Conference and Academic All-MWC choice...Led the team in receptions for the second time in his career with 62 (third among all TEs in the nation) for 829 yards (13.4 ypc) and 8 TDs...Pitta finished his collegiate career having caught at least one pass in 43 consecutive games dating back to 10/23/04, before his LDS mission...Third-team All-America selection by Rivals.com as a junior (2008)...Candidate for the Lombardi and Biletnikoff Awards, while also a John Mackey Award semifinalist...Also earned first-team All-MWC honors and was an Academic All-MWC pick...Recorded a career-high 83 receptions, a Cougar single-season record at his position...Became just the second TE at BYU to gain over 1,000 yards receiving in a season with 1,083, which was also the eighth-best overall season total in school history, ranking third on the Cougars’ TE yearly record book...Totaled 213 receiving yards vs. Northern Iowa, making him only the second BYU TE to ever gain over 200 yards receiving in a single game...Came back strong after completing his Mormon mission, earning first-team All-MWC and Academic All-MWC selections as a sophomore in 2007...Led the Cougars and all MWC TEs with 59 receptions, though he only started five games…Recorded 813 yards (13.8 ypc) and 5 TDs...Served on an LDS church mission to the Dominican Republic (2005-06)...Joined the BYU football team as a greyshirt walk-on in 2003.

High School, Personal: Lettered three times in track, twice in football and once in basketball at Moorpark (CA) HS...Played WR and CB, leading the Musketeers to the CIF state semi-finals...Was named first-team All-County, All-League and All-Area his senior season in which he recorded 64 receptions for 1,150 yards and 13 TDs…Four-time scholar-athlete who was also named a National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete...An Eagle Scout, Pitta graduated from BYU with a degree in business education...His father, Dennis, was a middle linebacker at California from 1968-69...Married the former Mataya Gissel in July 2008.

community: As part of the NFL’s “Salute to Service” Military Appreciation initiative, joined teammates in hosting a karaoke party for local Baltimore veterans...Taught youth players the fundamentals of football at the NXT Level Football Camp at Provo High School in Provo, UT...Has also, supported the Ravens’ community initiatives by attending the annual women’s event A Purple Evening at M&T Bank Stadium.

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