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Darrion Weems
OL #77
Height:
6-5
Weight:
310
Age:
28
College:
Oregon
Hometown:
Winnetka, Calif.
Experience:
3

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2016 DEN 3 0
2015 DAL 1 0
2014 DAL 0 0
2013 DAL 0 0
2012 DAL 0 0
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1 CAR W 21-20
2 IND W 34-20
3 @CIN W 29-17

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Bio

WEEMS AT A GLANCE:
•    A fourth-year offensive tackle who appeared in one game with Dallas between 2012-15 after spending time competing on practice squads with Indianapolis (2012) and Denver (2012).
•    Appeared in 39 games (22 starts) at the University of Oregon, opening all 14 games as a senior and helping the Ducks rank third nationally in scoring.
•    Joined the Broncos as a free agent on Jan. 13, 2016.
• Entered the NFL with Minnesota as a college free agent on May 4, 2012.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Minnesota as a college free agent 5/4/12; Waived by Minnesota 7/24/12; Signed by New England 7/27/12; Waived by New England 8/31/12; Signed by Indianapolis (practice squad) 9/3/12; Waived by Indianapolis 9/18/12; Signed by Denver (practice squad) 10/2/12; Signed by Dallas (active roster) 12/6/12; Waived by Dallas 9/15/15; Signed by Dallas (practice squad) 9/17/15; Signed by Denver 1/13/16.

WEEMS AT A GLANCE:
•    A fourth-year offensive tackle who appeared in one game with Dallas between 2012-15 after spending time competing on practice squads with Indianapolis (2012) and Denver (2012).
•    Appeared in 39 games (22 starts) at the University of Oregon, opening all 14 games as a senior and helping the Ducks rank third nationally in scoring.
•    Joined the Broncos as a free agent on Jan. 13, 2016.
• Entered the NFL with Minnesota as a college free agent on May 4, 2012.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Minnesota as a college free agent 5/4/12; Waived by Minnesota 7/24/12; Signed by New England 7/27/12; Waived by New England 8/31/12; Signed by Indianapolis (practice squad) 9/3/12; Waived by Indianapolis 9/18/12; Signed by Denver (practice squad) 10/2/12; Signed by Dallas (active roster) 12/6/12; Waived by Dallas 9/15/15; Signed by Dallas (practice squad) 9/17/15; Signed by Denver 1/13/16.

2015: Weems appeared in one game with Dallas before spending 15 weeks competing on the Cowboy’s practice squad... Appeared in his first career game in the team’s season-opener vs. NYG (9/13).

2014: Weems was inactive for two games with Dallas before being placed on injured reserve (shoulder).

2013: Weems was inactive for all 16 regular season games with Dallas.

2012: Weems, who entered the NFL with Minnesota as a college free agent, spent the last four weeks of the season on Dallas’ active roster... Competed in training camp with New England before being waived before the start of the regular season... Spent time on practice squads with Indianapolis and Denver before being signed to Dallas’ active roster on Dec. 6.   

COLLEGE: Weems saw action in 39 games (22 starts) at the University of Oregon... Opened all 14 games at left tackle as a senior, helping the Ducks rank third in the nation in scoring, fifth in rushing and sixth in total offense... Started 7-of-11 games as a junior, seeing time at both tackle positions and blocking for the nation’s top-ranked scoring offense (47.0 ppg) and total offense (530.7 ypg).

PERSONAL: Weems attended William Howard Taft High School in Los Angeles... Began his high school career at McMain High School in New Orleans before moving to Los Angeles after Hurricane Katrina in 2005... Daririon Weems was born on Sept. 4, 1998, in Winnetka, Calif.

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