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Vladimir Ducasse
OG #62
Height:
6-5
Weight:
325
College:
Massachusetts
Hometown:
Port-au-Prince Haiti
Experience:
7
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YearTeamGGS
TOTAL 98 39
2017 BUF 9 9
2016 BAL 10 8
2015 CHI 16 11
2014 MIN 13 6
2013 NYJ 16 4
2012 NYJ 16 0
2011 NYJ 16 1
2010 NYJ 2 0

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Biography

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— Key Transactions —

  • Signed with Baltimore as a free agent on 5/16/16
  • Signed with the Bears as free agent on 3/16/15
  • Signed with Minnesota as a free agent on 3/27/14
  • Originally selected by the Jets in the second round (61st overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft

— Career Highlights —

  • Has started 21 of 45 games over the past three seasons
  • In 2015, played in 16 games (11 starts) for the Bears, who ranked 11th in the NFL in rushing yards per game (115.9)...Also blocked for QB Jay Cutler, who posted a career-high 92.3 passer rating
  • In 2012, played in all 16 games for NYJ, helping block for RB Shonn Greene, who rushed for 1,036 yards and 8 TDs
  • Made his first-career start in 2011 at TE when the Jets opened with an extra offensive lineman

— Personal —

  • Born in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, and moved to the United States in 2002 when he was 15...While in America, Vladimir was raised with his brother, Macarthur, by their aunt and uncle Virginia and Lezanoro Ducasse
  • Father, Delinois, still resides in Haiti

— Season Recaps —

2015: (Chicago Bears – 16/11)

  • Saw action in 16 games, starting in five of the Bears’ six victories on the season...Played both RG and LG
  • Helped Chicago produce 115.9 rushing yards per game, ranking No. 11 in the NFL...Also blocked for QB Jay Cutler, who posted a career-high 92.3 passer rating
  • Helped Cutler produce 345 passing yards, including 151 to WR Alshon Jeffery, and 2 TDs in a victory vs. SD (11/9)

2014: (Minnesota Vikings – 13/6)

  • Made four starts at RG and two at LG, helping Minnesota rank 14th in the NFL in rushing yards per game (112.8)
  • Blocked for QB Teddy Bridgewater, who produced three 300-yard passing games, 14 TDs and an 85.2 passer rating

2013: (New York Jets – 16/4)

  • Started the season’s opening four games at LG...Helped RBs Chris Ivory (833) and Bilal Powell (697) rush for a combined 1,530 yards on the year...The Jets ranked sixth league-wide in rushing yards per game (134.9)
  • Blocked for rookie QB Geno Smith, who completed 16 of 29 passes for a season-high 331 yards, including 154 to WR Santonio Holmes and 108 to WR Stephen Hill, vs. Buffalo (9/22)…Also blocked for Bilal Powell, who ran for a career-high 149 yards in the game

2012: (New York Jets– 16/0)

  • Saw action in all 16 games, helping Shonn Greene rush for 100-plus yards in two victories vs. Ind. (10/14) and Ari. (12/2), including a career-high 161 yards and 3 TDs vs. Indy
  • Part of an O-line that helped QB Mark Sanchez post three 300-yard passing games and 13 TDs passing on the year

2011: (New York Jets – 16/1)

  • Made his first-career start against KC (12/11) when the Jets opened with an extra O-lineman...Saw action in all 16 regular season games for the first time in his career
  • Helped RB Shonn Greene register 1,054 rushing yards and 6 TDs, adding a career-high 211 receiving yards

2010: (New York Jets – 2/0, 1/0)

  • Made his NFL debut in the team’s fourth game at Buf. (10/3)
  • Returned to the field at guard after a Brandon Moore injury in the regular season finale vs. Buf. (1/2/11)
  • Helped the Jets’ offense lead the team to a victory in the Divisional Playoff at NE (1/16/11), advancing to the AFC Championship

— College —

  • Competed in 35 games at Massachusetts, blocking for a running back corps that produced a 100-yard rusher in 23 of those games
  • Earned Associated Press and Sports Network first-team All-American and Colonial Athletic Association All-Conference honors as a senior
  • Majored in African-American studies

— High School —

  • Started 20-consecutive games at Stamford (CT) HS, where he was named first-team All-State by the Connecticut High School Coaches Association...Also earned first-team All-Fairfield County by the FCIAC Coaches
  • Selected to play in the Governor’s Cup All-Star Game against Rhode Island
  • Also starred in track & field and basketball at Stamford... Captured a league championship in the discus and was runner-up in the shot put

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— Key Transactions —

  • Signed with Baltimore as a free agent on 5/16/16
  • Signed with the Bears as free agent on 3/16/15
  • Signed with Minnesota as a free agent on 3/27/14
  • Originally selected by the Jets in the second round (61st overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft

— Career Highlights —

  • Has started 21 of 45 games over the past three seasons
  • In 2015, played in 16 games (11 starts) for the Bears, who ranked 11th in the NFL in rushing yards per game (115.9)...Also blocked for QB Jay Cutler, who posted a career-high 92.3 passer rating
  • In 2012, played in all 16 games for NYJ, helping block for RB Shonn Greene, who rushed for 1,036 yards and 8 TDs
  • Made his first-career start in 2011 at TE when the Jets opened with an extra offensive lineman

— Personal —

  • Born in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, and moved to the United States in 2002 when he was 15...While in America, Vladimir was raised with his brother, Macarthur, by their aunt and uncle Virginia and Lezanoro Ducasse
  • Father, Delinois, still resides in Haiti

— Season Recaps —

2015: (Chicago Bears – 16/11)

  • Saw action in 16 games, starting in five of the Bears’ six victories on the season...Played both RG and LG
  • Helped Chicago produce 115.9 rushing yards per game, ranking No. 11 in the NFL...Also blocked for QB Jay Cutler, who posted a career-high 92.3 passer rating
  • Helped Cutler produce 345 passing yards, including 151 to WR Alshon Jeffery, and 2 TDs in a victory vs. SD (11/9)

2014: (Minnesota Vikings – 13/6)

  • Made four starts at RG and two at LG, helping Minnesota rank 14th in the NFL in rushing yards per game (112.8)
  • Blocked for QB Teddy Bridgewater, who produced three 300-yard passing games, 14 TDs and an 85.2 passer rating

2013: (New York Jets – 16/4)

  • Started the season’s opening four games at LG...Helped RBs Chris Ivory (833) and Bilal Powell (697) rush for a combined 1,530 yards on the year...The Jets ranked sixth league-wide in rushing yards per game (134.9)
  • Blocked for rookie QB Geno Smith, who completed 16 of 29 passes for a season-high 331 yards, including 154 to WR Santonio Holmes and 108 to WR Stephen Hill, vs. Buffalo (9/22)…Also blocked for Bilal Powell, who ran for a career-high 149 yards in the game

2012: (New York Jets– 16/0)

  • Saw action in all 16 games, helping Shonn Greene rush for 100-plus yards in two victories vs. Ind. (10/14) and Ari. (12/2), including a career-high 161 yards and 3 TDs vs. Indy
  • Part of an O-line that helped QB Mark Sanchez post three 300-yard passing games and 13 TDs passing on the year

2011: (New York Jets – 16/1)

  • Made his first-career start against KC (12/11) when the Jets opened with an extra O-lineman...Saw action in all 16 regular season games for the first time in his career
  • Helped RB Shonn Greene register 1,054 rushing yards and 6 TDs, adding a career-high 211 receiving yards

2010: (New York Jets – 2/0, 1/0)

  • Made his NFL debut in the team’s fourth game at Buf. (10/3)
  • Returned to the field at guard after a Brandon Moore injury in the regular season finale vs. Buf. (1/2/11)
  • Helped the Jets’ offense lead the team to a victory in the Divisional Playoff at NE (1/16/11), advancing to the AFC Championship

— College —

  • Competed in 35 games at Massachusetts, blocking for a running back corps that produced a 100-yard rusher in 23 of those games
  • Earned Associated Press and Sports Network first-team All-American and Colonial Athletic Association All-Conference honors as a senior
  • Majored in African-American studies

— High School —

  • Started 20-consecutive games at Stamford (CT) HS, where he was named first-team All-State by the Connecticut High School Coaches Association...Also earned first-team All-Fairfield County by the FCIAC Coaches
  • Selected to play in the Governor’s Cup All-Star Game against Rhode Island
  • Also starred in track & field and basketball at Stamford... Captured a league championship in the discus and was runner-up in the shot put
 

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