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   Jeff Roehl   T
  Height: 6-4   Weight: 300
  Year: 2   Yrs/Pat: 1
  Acquired: FA-06
  School: Northwestern
  Born: May 18, 1980    

Personal

Jeff Roehl was born son of Alan and Kathy Roehl on May 18, 1980 in Evergreen Park, Ill. … Played guard and tackle at Carl Sandburg High School (Orland Park, Ill.) … 1997 Chicago Tribune, Champaign News-Gazette and Chicago Sun-Times all-state pick …Team captain and MVP as a senior … Two-time all-conference and allcity selection … Conference MVP as a senior … Named National Football Foundation Scholar- Athlete … Illinois High School Association Academic All-State … Chicago Tribune scholar-athlete … Selected to play in the Illinois North- South All-Star Game.

Career Transactions

Jeff Roehl was signed by the Patriots on January 6, 2005 … Originally signed as a rookie free agent by the New York Giants (05/02/03) … Waived by the Giants (06/02/04) … Claimed off waivers by the Seattle Seahawks (06/14/04) … Waived by the Seahawks (09/05/04).

College

Was a three-year starter for Northwestern after transferring from Notre Dame following his freshman season in 1998 … Played 27 consecutive games at right guard before moving to right tackle for five games … As a senior, earned a second-team All-Big Ten selection by the coaches and media … Played in the East-West Shrine Game … Was an Academic All-Big Ten selection.

2004 Season

2004 (0/0): Spent 2004 training camp with the Seattle Seahawks, but was released in the final preseason roster cut (9/5) and spent the remainder of the season out of football.

2003 Season

2003 (12/2 - New York Giants): Played in 12 games at both guard and tackle with two starts. St. Louis (9/7): Made his NFL debut, stepping in at left tackle in the second quarter. Dallas (9/15): Earned his fi rst career start at left tackle. Philadelphia (10/19): Replaced left guard Rich Seubert late in the first quarter as offensive line allowed Giants to rush for a season-high 180 yards. Buffalo (11/30): Started at left tackle in place of Luke Petitgout. Carolina (12/28): Replaced Jeff Hatch at the right tackle.

Extra Points

Jeff hwas featured in an NFL Films feature as a rookie in 2003, taking part in a documentary on the life of an NFL rookie.