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Bobbie Williams
G #63
Height:
6-4
Weight:
345
College:
Arkansas
Experience:
13
Offensive Line
YearTeamGGS
TOTAL 163 136
2012 BAL 12 6
2011 CIN 9 9
2010 CIN 16 16
2009 CIN 16 16
2008 CIN 16 16
2007 CIN 16 16
2006 CIN 13 13
2005 CIN 16 16
2004 CIN 16 16
2003 PHI 16 11
2002 PHI 16 0
2001 PHI 1 1
2000 PHI 0 0

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Biography

Download 2011 Bio Update Transactions
Bobbie Williams signed with the Ravens on 6/11/12...Originally drafted by the Eagles in the second round (61st overall) of the 2000 NFL Draft. 

Honors

  • Voted by his teammates as the Bengals’ Ed Block Courage Award recipient in 2009

Career

  • Twice helped the Bengals set club records for fewest sacks allowed 17 in 2007 and 21 in 2005
  • Helped pave the way for a Bengals’ franchise-record 1,458 rushing yards by RB Cedric Benson in 2005
  • Started 118 games with the Bengals, including 68 straight from 2006-2010

Download 2011 Bio Update Transactions
Bobbie Williams signed with the Ravens on 6/11/12...Originally drafted by the Eagles in the second round (61st overall) of the 2000 NFL Draft. 

Honors

  • Voted by his teammates as the Bengals’ Ed Block Courage Award recipient in 2009

Career

  • Twice helped the Bengals set club records for fewest sacks allowed 17 in 2007 and 21 in 2005
  • Helped pave the way for a Bengals’ franchise-record 1,458 rushing yards by RB Cedric Benson in 2005
  • Started 118 games with the Bengals, including 68 straight from 2006-2010

2011: (with Cincinnati – 9/9) Placed on Injured Reserve (ankle) on 12/12...Opened season on a four-game suspension levied by NFL, for violation regarding performance-enhancing substances...Rejoined team on 10/3

  • Helped pave the way for 389 yards of total offense, including 106 rushing yards by RB Cedric Benson in game 11 vs. Cle (11/27)

2010: (with Cincinnati – 16/16) Helped protect Bengals passers, allowing them to complete 62% of their passes (365-of-590) for 3,988 yards and 26 TDs

  • Was part of an O-line that did not allow a sack and helped pave the way for a 371-yard performance in game 15 vs. SD (12/26)
  • Aided in a 469-yard offensive output (most by the team since Game 2, 2007) in game 6 at Atl. (10/24)
  • Supported a 144-yard rushing performance by Benson in game 5 vs. TB (10/10)

2009: (with Cincinnati – 16/16, 1/1) Helped AFC North champion Bengals finish ninth in NFL rushing (128.5 yards per game), including a team-record of eight games of 100 or more yards by individual backs...Helped Cincinnati finish ninth in league in fewest sacks allowed (29)

  • Helped Benson rush for a career-high 189 yards in game 7 vs. Chi. (10/25)...O-line also did not allow a sack
  • Helped limit Ravens to one sack while helping Benson (27-for-120) become first player in 40 games to rush for 100 yards against Baltimore in game 5 at Bal. (10/11)
  • Helped open holes, allowing Benson to rush for 141 yards in game 2 at GB (9/20)
  • Helped pave the way for Benson to post a Bengals postseason-record 169 rushing yards in Wild Card Playoff vs. NYJ (1/9/10)

2008: (with Cincinnati – 16/16) Selected by teammates as one of two season-long offensive captains...Helped protect Bengals QBs, allowing them to complete 59.1% of their passes (303-of-513) for 2,677 yards and 11 TDs

On Dec. 21 at Cleveland, Paved way for 191 rushing yards, including 171 by Benson in game 15 at Cle. (12/21)

2007: (with Cincinnati – 16/16) Part of pass protection unit that ended season with club record for fewest sacks allowed (17), second-fewest allowed in the NFL (Saints - 16)

  • Had a fumble recovery to keep alive a TD drive in game 11 vs. Ten. (11/25)
  • Aided offensive output of 531 yards in game 2 at Cle. (9/16) at Cle.

2006: (with Cincinnati – 13/13) Missed games 10-12, due to rehab from appendectomy that he underwent on 11/15

  • Helped offense produce season-high 545 yards, and a career-high 440 yards passing from Carson Palmer in game 9 vs. SD (11/12)

2005: (with Cincinnati – 16/16, 1/1) Part of an offense line that  allowed a then-team-record low of 21 sacks...Helped open holes for RB Rudi Johnson’s club-record 1,458 rushing yards

  • Hepled pave the way for the offense’s 426 net yards in division-clinching win in game 14 at Det. (12/18)
  • Supported the offense’s 327 yards in Wild Card Playoff  vs. Pit. (1/8/06)

2004: (with Cincinnati – 16/16) Signed March 26 with Bengals as unrestricted free agent...Part of starting line that fueled three-consecutive games of 450-plus offensive yards (Games 11-13), only such streak in franchise history...Paved the way for Rudi Johnson’s then-club record 1,454 rushing yards

2003: (with Philadelphia – 16/11, 2/2) Broke into Eagles starting lineup as replacement for injured RG Jermane Mayberry, starting Games 5 and 7-16 and both postseason games...Eagles scored at least one rushing TD in each of his 10 starts

2002: (with Philadelphia – 16/0, 2/0) Saw action in all 16 games on the FG and PAT teams

2001: (with Philadelphia – 1/0) Inactive in games 1-15...Made his NFL debut, starting at RG in the season finale at TB (1/6/02)

2000: (with Philadelphia – 0/0) Was inactive for all regular season games and two postseason contests

College
Started at OT in the last 35 games of his career at Arkansas...As a senior, earned second-team All-Southeastern Conference honors, playing on a line that led the SEC in fewest sacks allowed (14), while helping the offense amass 4,067 total yards...Majored in vocational education at Arkansas.

High School, Personal
Prepped at Jefferson (TX) HS, and earned East Texas Lineman of Year honors as a senior...Was all-district as a prep basketball player; also lettered in track...Bobbie and his wife, Anjeanise, have two children, Brandon and Tiana.

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