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Former Oregon Duck Offensive Lineman Schwartz Headed to Kansas City Chiefs

He never stops. ESPN’s Adam Schefter is at it again reporting that another former Duck has a new home, this time with Andy Reid in Kansas City,

@GeoffSchwartz76: Excited to officially be a new member of the @kcchiefs! –                                                                 via @AdamSchefter on Twitter

 

 

According to ArrowheadPride.com, Schwartz started all 16 games for the Carolina Panthers in 2010,but missed all of 2011 with a hip injury.  In his junior year at Oregon, the 11-game starter logged time at right tackle in 12 outings, reaching 80 or more snaps on four occasions. Included were 87 snaps at Washington State. Played a major role in Oregon finishing second in the Pac-10 in fewest quarterback sacks allowed (16) as well as leading the league in rushing offense (14th nationally) for the first time since 1955. Helped the Ducks rush for 315 yards at Arizona State as well as 316 yards vs. Washington. Honored along with the entire offensive line as team’s “offensive player of the week” for their play against Washington, and singled out as player of the week for his performance against Oklahoma said GoDucks.com

Schwartz also spent time with the Minnesota Vikings.

Kansas City has the first pick in the upcoming NFL Draft and may still be looking at an Offensive Lineman. Schwartz has the ability to play both at the Guard or Tackle position.

 

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