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Ryan Jensen
G/C #66
Height:
6-4
Weight:
319
Age:
26
College:
Colorado State-Pueblo
Hometown:
Fort Morgan, CO
Experience:
4

Quick Stats (2016):

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7
GS
3
Career Stats
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TOTAL 19 9
2016 BAL 7 3
2015 BAL 11 6
2014 BAL 1 0
2013 BAL 0 0

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Key Transactions

  • Re-signed with Baltimore as a restricted FA on 4/19/17
  • Signed to the Ravens’ active roster on 12/16/14
  • Signed to the Ravens’ practice squad on 8/31/14 after being waived by the team on 8/30/14
  • Originally selected by the Ravens in the sixth round (203rd overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft
  • Was the second of two Ravens’ picks in the sixth round (DE Kapron Lewis-Moore, 200th overall)

Career Highlights

  • In 2016, saw action in seven games (three starts) as part of an offensive line that helped protect QB Joe Flacco, allowing him to register a career-high 64.9 completion percentage (436-of-672) and throw for a franchise-record 4,317 yards
  • In 2015, competed in 11 games for an offensive line that permitted the NFL’s third-fewest sacks (24) and helped produce a single-season franchise-record 4,271 net passing yards (eighth in the league)
  • Made his first-career start (LG) for an injured G Kelechi Osemele vs. STL (11/22/15)
  • Competed in all 16 games for an O-line that permitted the NFL’s third-fewest sacks (24) and helped produce a single-season franchise-record 4,271 net passing yards (eighth in the league) in 2015
  • Saw action in his first-career NFL game, playing on special teams in the 20-10 victory vs. Cle. (12/28/14)
  • Was on the active roster, but listed as a gameday inactive for all 16 games as a rookie in 2013

Personal

  • Older brother, Seth, played college football at Nebraska
  • Married Stephanie (née Dufford) in the sping of 2016

Season Recaps

2016:(Baltimore Ravens - 7/3)

  • Part of an O-line that protected QB Joe Flacco, allowing him to register a career-high 64.9 completion percentage (436-of-672) and throw for a franchise-record 4,317 yards
  • Gameday inactive in the Ravens’ last nine games
  • Started at RG for an injured Marshal Yanda and protected QB Joe Flacco, allowing him to record his 28th-career 300-yard passing game (307 yards) at NYG (10/16)
  • Started at LG for Alex Lewis (concussion) and was part of a line that helped generate 130 rushing yards vs. Oak. (10/2)
  • Competed on special teams and played from scrimmage at LG when G Alex Lewis (concussion protocol) left the game, including seeing action on QB Joe Flacco’s 26th-career game-winning drive in the fourth quarter/OT, in the 19-17 win at Jax. (9/25)

2015:(Baltimore Ravens - 11/6)

  • Played for an O-line that permitted the NFL’s third-fewest sacks (24) and helped produce a single-season franchise-record 4,271 net passing yards (eighth in the league)
  • Started at LG for an offensive line that helped generate 121 rushing yards, while also permitting just 1 sack, in the 20-17 victory vs. Pit. (12/27)
  • Started at LG on an offensive line that permitted just 1 sack against the NFL’s 11th-ranked pass rush vs. Sea. (12/13)
  • Started at LG for an offensive line that did not permit a sack and helped gain 104 rushing yards on 23 attempts (4.5 avg.) in the 33-27 victory at Cle. (11/30)
  • Registered his first-career start (LG) on an O-line that allowed just 1 sack and helped generate 388 total net yards in the 16-13 victory vs. STL (11/22)

2014:(Baltimore Ravens - 1/0, 1/0)

  • Played in his first-career regular season and postseason NFL games after being signed to the Ravens’ active roster from their practice squad on 12/16
  • Saw action in his first-career postseason game (on special teams) in the 30-17 victory in the Wild Card at Pit. (1/3/15)
  • Saw action in his first-career NFL game, playing on special teams in the 20-10 victory vs. Cle. (12/28)

2013:(Baltimore Ravens - 0/0)

  • Was inactive (foot) for all 16 games as a rookie

College

  • Played 46-consecutive games (44 starts) in four seasons at Colorado State-Pueblo, where he earned first- and second-team All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and second-team All-American honors
  • Helped the Thunderwolves (12-1) to an NCAA Division II quarterfinals bid, while averaging 35.8 points, 442.2 yards and 204.0 rushing yards per game, as a senior in 2012
  • Earned second-team All-American and first-team All-Super Region 3 honors by Don Hansen’s Football Gazette and first-team All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference honors as a junior in 2011...Was also nominated for the Gene Upshaw Award (Best Division II lineman)

High School

  • Prepped at Fort Morgan (CO) HS, where he earned first-team All-State and All-Conference accolades as a senior
  • Registered 86 tackles and 12 sacks on the D-line, helping Fort Morgan to a 3A State Championship berth as a senior

Download 2011 Bio UpdateTRANSACTIONS

Ryan Jensen was signed to the Ravens’ active roster on 12/16/14...Signed to the Ravens’ practice squad on 8/31/14...Was waived by Baltimore on 8/30/14...Was originally selected by the Ravens in the sixth round (203rd overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft...Jensen was the second of two Ravens’ picks in the sixth round (DE Kapron Lewis-Moore, 200th overall).

CAREER

• Saw action in his first-career NFL game, playing on special teams in the 20-10 victory vs. Cle. (12/28/14)
• Was on the active roster, but listed as a game-day inactive for all 16 games as a rookie in 2013

2014: (1/0, 1/0) Played in his first-career regular season and postseason NFL games after being signed to the Ravens’ active roster from their practice squad on 12/16
• Saw action in his first-career postseason game (on special teams) in the 30-17 victory in the Wild Card game at Pit. (1/3/15)
• Saw action in his first-career NFL game, playing on special teams in the 20-10 victory in the season finale vs. Cle. (12/28)
• Was a game-day inactive in game 15 at Hou. (12/21)
• Signed to the Ravens’ active roster from their practice squad on 12/16

2013: (0/0) Was inactive (foot) for all 16 games as a rookie

College: Played 46-consecutive games (including 44-consecutive starts) in four seasons at Colorado State-Pueblo...Started all 13 games, helping the Thunderwolves to a 12-1 record and berth in the NCAA Division II quarterfinals as a senior in 2012 while averaging 35.8 points and 442.2 yards per game...Paved the way for the offense to rush for 204.0 yards per game...Helped guide RB J.B. Mathews, who carried the ball 225 times for 1,176 yards and 13 TDs...Earned second-team All-American and first-team All-Super Region 3 honors by Don Hansen’s Football Gazette and first-team All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference honors as a junior in 2011...Was also nominated for the Gene Upshaw Award (Best Division II lineman) as he started all 11 games for the second-consecutive season...Helped pave the way for RB Jesse Lewis to earn All-Region honors...Named second-team All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and second-team All-Colorado by the National Football Foundation after he started all 11 games, helping the Thunderwolves rush for 2,326 yards, ranking 16th best in the nation as a sophomore in 2010...Was an immediate starter as a true freshman in 2009...Played LT and helped the Thunderwolves improve from a bottom-10 rushing unit in 2008 to the nation’s 14th-best rushing attack in 2009.

High School, Personal: Prepped at Fort Morgan (CO) HS, earning first-team All-State honors as a senior...Also named All-Conference, helping Fort Morgan to a Colorado 3A State Championship berth...Posted 86 tackles and 12 sacks along the defensive line as a senior...Also played baseball...Has an older brother, Seth, who played football at the University of Nebraska.

Community: Supports Ravens’ team activities, including Ravens Draft Party and A Purple Evening, the team’s annual women’s event at M&T Bank Stadium...Also supported teammate Lardarius Webb’s foundation by playing in his annual Charity Softball Game at M&T Bank Stadium.

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