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 69   Quinn Ojinnaka   OL
  Height: 6-5   Weight: 295
  Year: 5   Yrs/Pat: 1
  Acquired: T-(ATL)-2010
  School: Syracuse
  Born: Apr 23, 1984    

Career Transactions

Quinn Ojinnaka was acquired by the Patriots from the Atlanta Falcons on Aug. 23, 2010 for an undisclosed draft pick...Originally drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in the fifth round (139th overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft ... Released by the Patriots (9/23/10) ... Resigned by the Patriots (10/7/10)





2010 Season

2010 (8/0, 1/0)

  • Saw time on both the offensive line and on special teams, playing in eight games as well as his first career playoff game.
  • Played on special teams as well as in a reserve role on the offensive line, reporting eligible on multiple plays against the Jets (12/6).
  • Made his Patriots debut playing on special teams against the Chargers (10/24).


2009 Season

2009 (9/5 - Atlanta)

  • Competed in nine games, starting in five and also contributed on special teams.
  • Started at right guard vs. New Orleans (12/13) for an offense that recorded 392 total yards, including 183 yards on the ground.


2008 Season

2008 (8/0, 0/0 - Atlanta)

  • Saw action in eight games, the majority of which was on special teams.


2007 Season

2007 (11/7 - Atlanta)

  • Competed in 11 games while making seven starts at left tackle.
  • Started his first career NFL game at left tackle vs. San Francisco (11/4) and blocked for a running game that totaled a season-high 155 yards.
  • Started at left tackle for an offensive unit that tallied 405 total yards of offense at Arizona (12/23).


2006 Season

2006 (11/0 - Atlanta)

  • Played in 11 games, dressed but did not play in four games and was inactive for one game as a rookie.
  • Saw most of his playing time on special teams.
  • Saw his first action on the offensive line when he replaced an injured Wayne Gandy vs. Tampa Bay (9/17).


College

  • Played in 44 games with 23 starts in his four-year career at Syracuse.
  • Played in the 2006 Las Vegas All-American Classic for the victorious East squad after starting 11 games for Syracuse as a senior.
  • Started all 12 games as a junior as part of an offensive line that blocked for the first Syracuse duo to each run for 800 yards (Damien Rhodes and Walter Reyes) since 1979.
  • Part of a unit that allowed only 19 sacks, the secondfewest in the Big East.


Personal

  • Born on April 23, 1984 in Seabrook, Maryland.
  • Earned All-Prince George County offensive lineman honors as a senior at DeMatha Catholic (Seabrook, MD) High School, where he helped his team complete an 11-0 season that included the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference championship.