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Ramon Foster
G #73
Height:
6-6
Weight:
325
Age:
28
College:
Tennessee
Experience:
6

Quick Stats (2014 PRE):

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4
GS
4
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 72 57
2013 PIT 15 15
2012 PIT 16 16
2011 PIT 15 14
2010 PIT 12 8
2009 PIT 14 4

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Biography

PRO (70-55/4-4): Ramon Foster re-signed to a three-year contract on March 11, 2013…signed his one-year restricted free agent tender on April 7, 2012…originally signed by the Steelers as an undrafted rookie free agent on April 27, 2009.

PRO (70-55/4-4): Ramon Foster re-signed to a three-year contract on March 11, 2013…signed his one-year restricted free agent tender on April 7, 2012…originally signed by the Steelers as an undrafted rookie free agent on April 27, 2009.

2013 (15-15): Started 15 games at LG…inactive due to an ankle injury 11/17 vs. Detroit.

  • 9/22 vs. Chicago: Helped block for a Steelers offense that gained 459 total net yards.
  • 9/29 vs. Minnesota (London): Left the game in the second quarter with a chest injury and did not return.
  • 10/13 at N.Y. Jets: Was part of an offensive line that protected QB Ben Roethlisberger to help him record his highest passer rating of the season (113.8).
  • 10/20 vs. Baltimore: Helped block for a Steelers’ rushing attack to gain 141 yards.
  • 10/27 at Oakland: Left the game in the second quarter with a concussion and did not return.
  • 11/10 vs. Buffalo: Left the game with a right ankle injury in the third quarter and did not return.
  • 11/24 at Cleveland: Was part of an offensive line that didn’t allow a sack.
  • 11/28 at Baltimore: Was part of an offensive line that blocked for touchdown drives on three of the last four possessions.
  • 12/22 at Green Bay: Was part of an offensive line that helped block for Steelers’ rushers to gain a season-high 151 yards.
  • 12/29 vs. Cleveland: Was part of an offensive line that allowed less than one sack for the third straight game.

2012 (16-16): One of only two players to start all 16 games on the offensive line…marked the first time he started all 16 games in his career…started the first 13 games of the season at RG and the last three at LG…also saw action at RT due to injuries…9/9 at Denver: Left the game in the second quarter with an eye injury and did not return…9/16 vs. N.Y. Jets: Helped block for a Pittsburgh offense that controlled the ball for 36:36…9/23 at Oakland: Helped block for QB Ben Roethlisberger to throw for a season-high 384 yards and four touchdowns…was part of an offensive line that only allowed one sack in 49 passing attempts…10/7 vs. Philadelphia: Blocked for a Steelers’ offense that controlled the football for 33:31…10/11 at Tennessee: Helped block for a Steelers offense that scored touchdowns on drives of 80 and 82 yards…10/28 vs. Washington: Part of an offensive line that did not allow a quarterback sack…11/4 at N.Y. Giants: Blocked for a Steelers offense that gained 330+ net yards for the seventh-consecutive game…Steelers’ rushing attack  gained 158 yards on the ground…11/12 vs. Kansas City: Played in his 50th career game, starting at RG…11/18 vs. Baltimore: Helped block for a Steelers’ offense that outgained the Ravens 311-to-200…11/25 at Cleveland: Part of an offensive line that allowed only one sack in 34 pass attempts…12/2 at Baltimore: Helped block for a Steelers’ offense that controlled the football for 34:21…12/16 at Dallas: Started at LG…helped block for a Steelers’ offense that scored touchdowns on three drives of 60+ yards…12/23 vs. Cincinnati: Started his 40th career game at LG…12/30 vs. Cleveland: Started at LG…moved to RT in the second half due to injuries to G David DeCastro and RT Kelvin Beachum.

2011(15-14/1-1):  Played in 15 games, starting on14 (13 at RG and one at LG)...saw increased playing time due to injured RG Doug Legursky... helped block for a Steelers’ offense to gain 372.3 total net yards per game and for QB Ben Roethlisberger to throw for 4,077 yards and 21 touchdowns…9/18 vs. Seattle: Started at LG in place of injured Chris Kemoeatu…helped block for the Steelers’ offense to gain 421 total yards and for QB Ben Roethlisberger to throw for 298 yards and one touchdown…10/2 at Houston: Made his second start of the season, this time at RG in place of injured RG Doug Legursky…helped block for a Steelers’ rushing attack to gain 118 yards on the ground and for Roethlisberger to throw for 206 yards…10/9 vs. Tennessee: Helped block for Steelers’ rushers to gain 174 yards…10/16 vs. Jacksonville: Started his third consecutive game at RG…helped block for Steelers’ rushers to gain 185 yards, including RB Rashard Mendenhall’s 146 yards and one touchdown…10/23 at Arizona: Helped block for the Steelers’ offense to gain 445 total yards and for Roethlisberger to throw for 361 yards and three touchdowns…10/30 vs. New England: Started at RG…helped block for the Steelers’ offense to gain 427 total yards and for Roethlisberger to throw for a season-high 365 yards and two touchdowns…11/6 vs. Baltimore: Started at RG…helped block for the Steelers’ offense to gain 392 total yards and for Roethlisberger to throw for 330 yards and one touchdown…11/13 at Cincinnati: Played in his 35th career game, making his 20th career start at RG…helped block for the Steelers’ offense to gain 328 total yards and for Roethlisberger to throw for 245 yards and one touchdown…12/4 vs. Cincinnati: Started at RG…left the game in the third quarter with an ankle injury and did not return…12/8 vs. Cleveland: Started at RG…helped block for the Steelers’ offense to gain 416 total yards…12/24 vs. St. Louis: Started at RG…helped block for the Steelers offense to gain 377 total yards…1/1 at Cleveland: Started at RG…helped block for the Steelers’ offense to gain 360 total yards…AFC Wild Card Game 1/8 at Denver: Made his fourth consecutive postseason start at RG. 

2010 (12-8/3-3): Played in 12 games, starting eight on the offensive line...saw increased playing time due to injuries to G Chris Kemoeatu and G Trai Essex...started the final eight games at G...paved the way for RB Rashard Mendenhall to rush for a career-high 1,273 yards and a career-high 13 touchdowns...helped block for Steelers’ rushers to gain 120.3 yards per game on the ground...started all three postseason contests at right guard...helped block for Steelers’ rushers to gain 121.0 yards per game during the postseason and for Roethlisberger to throw for 622 yards and four touchdowns...inactive for first two games of the season…9/26 at Tampa Bay: Made his season debut on the offensive line...helped block for a Steelers’ rushing attack that gained 201 yards on the ground and 387 total yards...was part of an offensive line that did not commit any penalties or allow a sack...10/17 vs. Cleveland: Played in his third consecutive game on the offensive line...helped block for Steelers’ rushers to gain 121 yards on the ground...was part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack for the second time of the season...11/14 vs. New England: Made his first start of the season at LG for the injured Kemoeatu...helped block for Roethlisberger to throw for a season-high 387 yards and three touchdowns and for the offense to gain 425 yards...11/21 vs. Oakland: Made his second consecutive start on the offensive line at RG...helped block for Steelers’ rushers to gain 162 yards on the ground, for Roethlisberger to throw for 275 yards and three touchdowns and for the Steelers’ offense to gain 431 yards of total offense...11/28 at Buffalo: Made his third consecutive start on the offensive line...helped block for Steelers’ rushers to gain a season-high 206 yards rushing…12/12 vs. Cincinnati: Helped block for Steelers’ rushers to gain 123 yards on the ground and for Roethlisberger to throw for 258 yards...12/19 vs. N.Y. Jets: Helped block for Steelers’ rushers to gain 147 yards on the ground...12/23 vs. Carolina: Helped block for the Steelers’ offense to gain 408 yards of total offense...helped block for Steelers’ rushers to gain 115 yards on the ground and for Roethlisberger to throw for 320 yards and one touchdown...1/2 at Cleveland: Made his eighth consecutive start at RG...helped block for the Steelers’ offense to gain 418 total yards... AFC Divisional Game 1/15 vs. Baltimore: Played in his first career postseason game, starting at RG...AFC Championship Game 1/23 vs. N.Y. Jets: Helped block for the Steelers’ offense to gain 287 total yards and for Mendenhall to rush for 121 yards and one touchdown...was part of an offensive line that didn’t commit a penalty...Super Bowl XLV 2/6 vs. Green Bay: Helped block for Steelers’ rushers to gain 126 yards on the ground and for the Steelers’ offense to gain 387 total yards.

2009 (14-4): Played in 14 games and made his debut at LG against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 11...started four games for the injured Chris Kemoeatu...also served as the third tight end...dressed but did not play in the first two games of the season...9/27 at Cincinnati: Made his NFL debut as the third tight end following an injury to David Johnson...10/4 vs. San Diego: Saw action as a reserve on the offensive line as a guard...saw action as a reserve in the next five games...11/22 at Kansas City: Saw action at LG in place of the injured Kemoeatu...11/29 at Baltimore: Made his first career start in place of the injured Kemoeatu...marked the first time of the season the offensive line did not allow a sack...saw action as a reserve in the next two games...12/20 vs. Green Bay: Made his second start of the season replacing the injured Kemoeatu...provided protection for Ben Roethlisberger to complete 29-of-46 passes (63.0 pct.) for 503 yards and three touchdowns...12/27 vs. Baltimore: Made his third start of the season at LG...1/3 at Miami: Made his fourth start of the season at LG...paved the way for Rashard Mendenhall to rush for 94 yards in 20 attempts (4.7 avg.) with a long of 36 and Willie Parker to rush for 91 yards in 12 attempts (7.6 avg.) with a long of 34.                        

COLLEGE: Was a three-year starter who earned Freshman All-SEC honors in 2005 after stepping in at left guard and right tackle due to injuries...primarily started at right tackle the past three seasons...played in a career total of 44 games...four-year letterman…graduated with a bachelor’s degree in sociology…2008: Played and started in all 12 games...named one of the team’s captains...recorded one unassisted tackle. 2007: Played and started in all 14 games...recognized for excellence with All-SEC second-team nod by Rivals.com...Vols led country with only four sacks allowed...starting quarterback Erik Ainge was sacked just three times in 519 pass attempts, setting major college record for minimum 300 attempts...team’s combined 534 pass attempts meant opponents sacked UT quarterbacks once every 133.5 attempts...suffered broken thumb in pregame warmups before Vanderbilt contest, but still played entire game and did not miss any snaps rest of season...led to his being named to All-May Day Team by ESPN analyst Mark May...played both tackle and guard positions...helped Tennessee offense produce a 3,000-yard passer, 1,000-yard rusher and 1,000-yard receiver. 2006: Played in 11 games...part of offensive line unit that allowed only 19 sacks (third fewest in the league) against 415 pass attempts (second-most in the league). 2005: Played in seven games with two starts...six of his 2005 appearances were versus SEC competition...for his efforts, earned Freshman All-SEC nod by league coaches...started at left guard in collegiate debut against UAB after injuries at center position forced veteran Rob Smith to fill that void...saw action along the offensive front at LSU...shared 2005 Harvey Robinson Award as most improved offensive player in spring practice with David Ligon. 2004: Redshirted.

PERSONAL: Attended Ripley High School (Ripley, Tenn.)...older brother Renardo Foster played offensive tackle for the Atlanta Falcons and St. Louis Rams…son of Wyvonia Morgan...married to Kesha, with two sons, Ramon Jr. and Myles…Full name: Ramon Sentell Foster.

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