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Tandon Doss
WR #17
Height:
6-2
Weight:
207
College:
Indiana
Hometown:
Indianapolis, IN
Experience:
3
Receiving
YearTeamGRecYdsAvgYds/GLongTD20+40+1stFUM
TOTAL 35 26 428 16.5 12.2 63 1 8 2 19 0
2013 BAL 15 19 305 16.1 20.3 63 0 6 2 13 0
2012 BAL 14 7 123 17.6 8.8 39 1 2 0 6 0
2011 BAL 6 0 0 -- -- -- 0 0 0 0 0
Punt Return
YearTeamGRetRetYAvgLngTD20+40+FCFUM
TOTAL 35 27 412 15.3 82 1 7 2 11 1
2013 BAL 15 23 359 15.6 82 1 6 1 7 1
2012 BAL 14 4 53 13.3 40 0 1 1 4 0
2011 BAL 6 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Fumbles
YearTeamGFUMLostFFOWN FROPP FROWN YDSOPP YDSTDOOBSftyTB
TOTAL 35 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2013 BAL 15 1 1 -- -- -- -- -- 0 0 0 0
2012 BAL 14 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 0 -- -- --
2011 BAL 6 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

Download 2011 Bio Update Transactions

Tandon Doss was selected by the Ravens in the fourth round (123rd overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft.

Career

• Has 7 career receptions for 123 yards and 1 TD
• Led the Ravens with a 17.6 yards per reception average in 2012
• Established a single-game career high with 2 receptions vs. Den. (12/16/12)
• Pulled in his first-career TD reception (good for 15 yards) at Hou. (10/21/12)
• Recorded a career-long 39-yard reception vs. Cle. (9/27/12)
• Pulled in his first-career reception (good for 6 yards) at Phi. (9/16/12)
• Saw action in his first-career NFL game, playing from scrimmage and on special teams, in the 37-7 victory at STL (9/25/11)

2012: (14/0, 4/0) Recorded career highs in receptions (7), receiving yards (123) and pulled in his first-career TD... Helped the Ravens score the most points (398) in franchise history and produce the second-most total yards (5,640) in team history (5,723 in 1996)

• Hauled in a career-high 2 receptions for 28 yards and recorded 1 PR for a career-long 40 yards in game 14 vs. Den. (12/16)
• Collected his first-career TD reception (good for 15 yards) in game 7 at Hou. (10/21)
• Subbed and pulled in 1 reception for a career-long 39 yards in the 23-16 victory in game 4 vs. Cle. (9/27)
• Pulled in his first-career reception (6-yard gain) in game 2 at Phi. (9/16)
• Saw action from scrimmage and on special teams (recorded 1 PR for 8 yards) in all four playoff games

2011: (6/0, 0/0) Played both from scrimmage and on special teams...Was a game-day inactive for both playoff games

• Saw action from scrimmage and on special teams in the 20-14 victory in game 15 vs. Cle. (12/24)
• Saw action in his first-career NFL game, playing from scrimmage and on special teams, in the 37-7 victory in game 3 at STL (9/25)

College: Caught 154 passes for 1,854 yards (12.0 avg.) and 13 TDs in 31 career games (21 starts) at Indiana...Also returned 66 kickoffs for 1,549 yards (23.5 avg.) and 11 punts for 93 yards (8.5 avg.)...Totaled 3,786 all-purpose yards on 273 plays (13.9 avg.), averaging 122.1 all-purpose ypg...Became the sixth player in Big Ten Conference history with 1,000 or more KOR yards in a season and set an Indiana single-season record with 1,016 KOR yards (2010)...Doss’ 1,854 receiving yards rank sixth all time at Indiana, while his 154 receptions stand fourth...Became the 16th Hoosier to ever reach 100 career receptions and 1,000 career receiving yards...Ranked first in the Big Ten and fourth nationally with an average of 175.8 all purpose yards per game to earn first-team All-Conference accolades from the league coaches in 2010...Ranked third on the team with 63 receptions for 706 yards (11.2 avg.) and a team-high 7 TDs...Finished third for IU with 163 rushing yards and 1 TD on 28 carries (5.8 avg.)...Played the majority of the season with a double sports hernia...A first-team All-Big Ten choice by the league’s media and second-team pick by the coaches, he led Indiana with 77 receptions for 962 yards (12.5 avg.) and 5 TDs in 2009...His average of 80.2 receiving yards per game ranked second in the Big Ten and 30th nationally... Also recorded 25 KORs for 533 yards (21.3 avg.) and 4 PRs for 44 yards (11.0 avg.)...Finished fifth on the team with 14 receptions for 186 yards (13.29 avg.) and 1 TD as a freshman.

High School, Personal: Prepped at Ben Davis (Indianapolis, IN) HS, earning three varsity letters while playing football...Finalist for the Indiana Mr. Football Award during his senior campaign when he earned first-team All- State, All-MIC Conference and All-Marion County honors... Named Ben Davis’ Most Valuable Offensive Player after leading the team to a 7-4 record by catching 37 passes for 538 yards and 4 TDs that season...Added 1,164 yards and 12 TDs rushing on 174 carries, splitting time as a WR and RB.

Community: Supported several team initiatives, including A Purple Evening and the Giant Food kickoff event for the Ravens’ November Food Collection efforts...Joined teammates at the first-ever TriRavens Tournament, the team’s NFL/United Way Hometown Huddle activity in Oct. 2011...Led a team of students through various challenges that integrated educational programs and physical activity at M&T Bank Stadium...In Sept. 2011, supported the Ft. Meade Blood Drive..Joined teammates at Sandymount Elementary School to kick off the Carroll County Project ACES/Play 60 program...Supported the 2012 Hometown Huddle by taking part in the first-ever Ravens TEAM Challenge at M&T Bank Stadium...Doss joined teammates and Ravens cheerleaders to complete various tasks alongside students from Baltimore’s Dogwood Elementary School...The NFL/ United Way Hometown Huddle is a league-wide day of service designed to bring awareness and impact to the issue of youth health and fitness...Participated in a holiday party for critically-ill children in Dec. 2012...Additionally, supports team and player initiatives, including A Purple Evening, the Ravens’ annual women’s event at M&T Bank Stadium and former teammate Brendon Ayanbadejo’s Toys for Tots holiday toy drive.

 

Download 2011 Bio Update Transactions

Tandon Doss was selected by the Ravens in the fourth round (123rd overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft.

Career

• Has 7 career receptions for 123 yards and 1 TD
• Led the Ravens with a 17.6 yards per reception average in 2012
• Established a single-game career high with 2 receptions vs. Den. (12/16/12)
• Pulled in his first-career TD reception (good for 15 yards) at Hou. (10/21/12)
• Recorded a career-long 39-yard reception vs. Cle. (9/27/12)
• Pulled in his first-career reception (good for 6 yards) at Phi. (9/16/12)
• Saw action in his first-career NFL game, playing from scrimmage and on special teams, in the 37-7 victory at STL (9/25/11)

2012: (14/0, 4/0) Recorded career highs in receptions (7), receiving yards (123) and pulled in his first-career TD... Helped the Ravens score the most points (398) in franchise history and produce the second-most total yards (5,640) in team history (5,723 in 1996)

• Hauled in a career-high 2 receptions for 28 yards and recorded 1 PR for a career-long 40 yards in game 14 vs. Den. (12/16)
• Collected his first-career TD reception (good for 15 yards) in game 7 at Hou. (10/21)
• Subbed and pulled in 1 reception for a career-long 39 yards in the 23-16 victory in game 4 vs. Cle. (9/27)
• Pulled in his first-career reception (6-yard gain) in game 2 at Phi. (9/16)
• Saw action from scrimmage and on special teams (recorded 1 PR for 8 yards) in all four playoff games

2011: (6/0, 0/0) Played both from scrimmage and on special teams...Was a game-day inactive for both playoff games

• Saw action from scrimmage and on special teams in the 20-14 victory in game 15 vs. Cle. (12/24)
• Saw action in his first-career NFL game, playing from scrimmage and on special teams, in the 37-7 victory in game 3 at STL (9/25)

College: Caught 154 passes for 1,854 yards (12.0 avg.) and 13 TDs in 31 career games (21 starts) at Indiana...Also returned 66 kickoffs for 1,549 yards (23.5 avg.) and 11 punts for 93 yards (8.5 avg.)...Totaled 3,786 all-purpose yards on 273 plays (13.9 avg.), averaging 122.1 all-purpose ypg...Became the sixth player in Big Ten Conference history with 1,000 or more KOR yards in a season and set an Indiana single-season record with 1,016 KOR yards (2010)...Doss’ 1,854 receiving yards rank sixth all time at Indiana, while his 154 receptions stand fourth...Became the 16th Hoosier to ever reach 100 career receptions and 1,000 career receiving yards...Ranked first in the Big Ten and fourth nationally with an average of 175.8 all purpose yards per game to earn first-team All-Conference accolades from the league coaches in 2010...Ranked third on the team with 63 receptions for 706 yards (11.2 avg.) and a team-high 7 TDs...Finished third for IU with 163 rushing yards and 1 TD on 28 carries (5.8 avg.)...Played the majority of the season with a double sports hernia...A first-team All-Big Ten choice by the league’s media and second-team pick by the coaches, he led Indiana with 77 receptions for 962 yards (12.5 avg.) and 5 TDs in 2009...His average of 80.2 receiving yards per game ranked second in the Big Ten and 30th nationally... Also recorded 25 KORs for 533 yards (21.3 avg.) and 4 PRs for 44 yards (11.0 avg.)...Finished fifth on the team with 14 receptions for 186 yards (13.29 avg.) and 1 TD as a freshman.

High School, Personal: Prepped at Ben Davis (Indianapolis, IN) HS, earning three varsity letters while playing football...Finalist for the Indiana Mr. Football Award during his senior campaign when he earned first-team All- State, All-MIC Conference and All-Marion County honors... Named Ben Davis’ Most Valuable Offensive Player after leading the team to a 7-4 record by catching 37 passes for 538 yards and 4 TDs that season...Added 1,164 yards and 12 TDs rushing on 174 carries, splitting time as a WR and RB.

Community: Supported several team initiatives, including A Purple Evening and the Giant Food kickoff event for the Ravens’ November Food Collection efforts...Joined teammates at the first-ever TriRavens Tournament, the team’s NFL/United Way Hometown Huddle activity in Oct. 2011...Led a team of students through various challenges that integrated educational programs and physical activity at M&T Bank Stadium...In Sept. 2011, supported the Ft. Meade Blood Drive..Joined teammates at Sandymount Elementary School to kick off the Carroll County Project ACES/Play 60 program...Supported the 2012 Hometown Huddle by taking part in the first-ever Ravens TEAM Challenge at M&T Bank Stadium...Doss joined teammates and Ravens cheerleaders to complete various tasks alongside students from Baltimore’s Dogwood Elementary School...The NFL/ United Way Hometown Huddle is a league-wide day of service designed to bring awareness and impact to the issue of youth health and fitness...Participated in a holiday party for critically-ill children in Dec. 2012...Additionally, supports team and player initiatives, including A Purple Evening, the Ravens’ annual women’s event at M&T Bank Stadium and former teammate Brendon Ayanbadejo’s Toys for Tots holiday toy drive.

 

 

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