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Alex Lewis
G/T #72
Height:
6-6
Weight:
315
Age:
25
College:
Nebraska
Hometown:
Tempe, AZ
Experience:
2
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 10 8
2016 BAL 10 8

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Biography

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Key Transactions

  • Originally selected by the Ravens in the fourth round (130th overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft...Lewis was the third of five picks in the round

Career Highlights

  • Started 26-consecutive games at Nebraska...Sat out the 2013 season after transferring from Colorado, where he saw action in 24 games over two seasons (2011-12)
  • In 2015, helped the Huskers’ offense average 32.8 points, 266.9 passing yards and 446.9 total yards of offense per game, ranking in the Big Ten’s Top 3 in each category

Personal

  • Voted team captain in 2015, becoming the third family in Nebraska history to have both father (Bill) and son serve in the same role
  • Father, Bill, earned All-American honors as a center and served as team captain for Nebraska (1981-85)...Went on to play in the NFL for seven seasons (1986-88;1990-93) with the Los Angeles Raiders, Phoenix Cardinals and New England Patriots...Also played one season in the CFL (1995) for the Memphis Mad Dogs and was coached by Ravens offensive line coach Joe D’Alessandris, who served in the same role for the Mad Dogs
  • Mother, Kimberly, attended Nebraska and was on the dance team…Also founded the Phoenix Suns Dance Team
  • Is an avid craftsman and woodworker

Season Recaps

2016:(Baltimore Ravens - 10/8)

  • Started eight games at LG and two games at LT (filling in for an injured T Ronnie Stanley) in his rookie season...Part of an offensive line that helped protect QB Joe Flacco, allowing him to register a career-high 64.9 completion percentage and throw for a franchise-record 4,317 yards
  • Missed one game due to a concussion and five games with an ankle injury...Returned from injury for the season’s final game at Cin. (1/1/17)
  • Missed his first NFL game with an ankle injury at Dal. (11/20) and was out for several weeks while rehabbing
  • Started at LG as part of an O-line that helped the offense generate 396 yards of total offense and a season-high 28 points in a 28-7 win vs. Cle. (11/10)...Left the game in the third quarter after suffering an ankle injury
  • Started at LT for an injured Ronnie Stanley and protected QB Joe Flacco, allowing him to record his 28th-career 300-yard passing game (307 yards) at NYG (10/16)
  • Started at LT for an injured Ronnie Stanley vs. Was. (10/9)
  • Started at LG for an offense that did not allow a sack and scored 23 unanswered points in a 25-20, come-from-behind win at Cle. (9/18)...It (20 points) marked the Ravens’ second-largest comeback victory in team history
  • Recorded his first-career start and protected QB Joe Flacco, who went 22-of-33 for 258 yards and 1 TD, in the 13-7 season-opening victory vs. Buf. (9/11)

College

  • Started 26-consecutive games at Nebraska...Sat out the 2013 season after transferring from Colorado, where he saw action in 24 games over two seasons (2011-12)
  • Earned second-team All-Big Ten honors by coaches in 2015, helping the Huskers’ attack average 32.8 points, 266.9 passing yards and 446.9 total yards of offense per game, ranking in the Big Ten’s Top 3 in each category
  • Helped Nebraska produce 3,360 rushing yards on the season in 2014...The Huskers tallied 5,880 yards and 64 TDs overall, ranking No. 31 nationally in total offense
  • Earned sophomore All-American honorable mention honors while playing for Colorado after allowing just two sacks, which was second fewest on the team
  • Appeared in all 12 games as a freshman at Colorado, helping the offense amass 1,413 rushing yards
  • Graduated with a sociology degree

High School

  • Prepped at Mountain Pointe (Tempe, AZ) HS, where as a senior, he earned first-team All-State, All-City and All-5A East Valley honors after blocking for two teammates who rushed for 1,700-plus yards and a combined 51 TDs
  • Part of a team that went undefeated in the 2010 regular season (10-0), earning a trip to the regional championship
  • Saw action at guard and DT as a junior in 2009, recording 25 tackles, 4 sacks and 1 FR…Earned first-team All-City and All-5A East Valley honors
  • Also played Lacrosse

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Key Transactions

  • Originally selected by the Ravens in the fourth round (130th overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft...Lewis was the third of five picks in the round

Career Highlights

  • Started 26-consecutive games at Nebraska...Sat out the 2013 season after transferring from Colorado, where he saw action in 24 games over two seasons (2011-12)
  • In 2015, helped the Huskers’ offense average 32.8 points, 266.9 passing yards and 446.9 total yards of offense per game, ranking in the Big Ten’s Top 3 in each category

Personal

  • Voted team captain in 2015, becoming the third family in Nebraska history to have both father (Bill) and son serve in the same role
  • Father, Bill, earned All-American honors as a center and served as team captain for Nebraska (1981-85)...Went on to play in the NFL for seven seasons (1986-88;1990-93) with the Los Angeles Raiders, Phoenix Cardinals and New England Patriots...Also played one season in the CFL (1995) for the Memphis Mad Dogs and was coached by Ravens offensive line coach Joe D’Alessandris, who served in the same role for the Mad Dogs
  • Mother, Kimberly, attended Nebraska and was on the dance team…Also founded the Phoenix Suns Dance Team
  • Is an avid craftsman and woodworker

Season Recaps

2016:(Baltimore Ravens - 10/8)

  • Started eight games at LG and two games at LT (filling in for an injured T Ronnie Stanley) in his rookie season...Part of an offensive line that helped protect QB Joe Flacco, allowing him to register a career-high 64.9 completion percentage and throw for a franchise-record 4,317 yards
  • Missed one game due to a concussion and five games with an ankle injury...Returned from injury for the season’s final game at Cin. (1/1/17)
  • Missed his first NFL game with an ankle injury at Dal. (11/20) and was out for several weeks while rehabbing
  • Started at LG as part of an O-line that helped the offense generate 396 yards of total offense and a season-high 28 points in a 28-7 win vs. Cle. (11/10)...Left the game in the third quarter after suffering an ankle injury
  • Started at LT for an injured Ronnie Stanley and protected QB Joe Flacco, allowing him to record his 28th-career 300-yard passing game (307 yards) at NYG (10/16)
  • Started at LT for an injured Ronnie Stanley vs. Was. (10/9)
  • Started at LG for an offense that did not allow a sack and scored 23 unanswered points in a 25-20, come-from-behind win at Cle. (9/18)...It (20 points) marked the Ravens’ second-largest comeback victory in team history
  • Recorded his first-career start and protected QB Joe Flacco, who went 22-of-33 for 258 yards and 1 TD, in the 13-7 season-opening victory vs. Buf. (9/11)

College

  • Started 26-consecutive games at Nebraska...Sat out the 2013 season after transferring from Colorado, where he saw action in 24 games over two seasons (2011-12)
  • Earned second-team All-Big Ten honors by coaches in 2015, helping the Huskers’ attack average 32.8 points, 266.9 passing yards and 446.9 total yards of offense per game, ranking in the Big Ten’s Top 3 in each category
  • Helped Nebraska produce 3,360 rushing yards on the season in 2014...The Huskers tallied 5,880 yards and 64 TDs overall, ranking No. 31 nationally in total offense
  • Earned sophomore All-American honorable mention honors while playing for Colorado after allowing just two sacks, which was second fewest on the team
  • Appeared in all 12 games as a freshman at Colorado, helping the offense amass 1,413 rushing yards
  • Graduated with a sociology degree

High School

  • Prepped at Mountain Pointe (Tempe, AZ) HS, where as a senior, he earned first-team All-State, All-City and All-5A East Valley honors after blocking for two teammates who rushed for 1,700-plus yards and a combined 51 TDs
  • Part of a team that went undefeated in the 2010 regular season (10-0), earning a trip to the regional championship
  • Saw action at guard and DT as a junior in 2009, recording 25 tackles, 4 sacks and 1 FR…Earned first-team All-City and All-5A East Valley honors
  • Also played Lacrosse
 

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