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Steve Vallos
T #60
Height:
6-3
Weight:
310
College:
Wake Forest
Experience:
7

Biography

PRO:  Steve Vallos was signed as a free agent on Aug. 14, 2014 to provide depth at center.  The seventh-year center has started nine-of-59 games during his first six NFL seasons.  He has allowed just 1.25 sacks in his career and has been called for just two penalties according to STATS Inc.  Vallos was originally selected by the Seahawks in the seventh round (232nd overall) of the 2007 NFL Draft.


CAREER TRANSACTIONS:  
Signed by Seattle as a draft choice 7/13/07; Released by Seattle 9/1/07; Signed by Seattle (practice squad) 9/4/07; Signed by Seattle 1/14/08; Waived by Seattle 9/5/10; Acquired via waivers by Cleveland 9/6/10; Signed by Philadelphia 3/19/12; Released by Philadelphia 8/31/12; Signed by Philadelphia 9/18/12; Released by Philadelphia 10/23/12; Signed by Jacksonville 10/30/12; Released by Jacksonville 11/3/12; Signed by Jacksonville 11/5/12; Signed by Denver 7/28/13.

SEASON RECAPS:
2013 (15/0, 3/0 – Denver): Played 15 games in his first season with the Broncos in 2013.  Participated in 107 special-teams snaps in addition to nine offensive snaps.  Made his postseason debut in the Divisional Round vs. S.D. (1/12).


2012 (2/0 – Philadelphia; 2/1 – Jacksonville): Played four games in 2012, appearing in two contests each for the Eagles and Jaguars, including one start for Jacksonville.  Committed just one penalty and did not allow a sack.


2011 (1/0 – Cleveland): Appeared in one game for the Browns.  Was inactive for 15 contests.


2010 (7/0 – Cleveland):  Played seven games for the Browns.  Was inactive for six games and did not play in three games.


2009 (16/3 – Seattle):  Appeared in all 16 games with three starts for the second-consecutive season for Seattle.  Did not commit a penalty and allowed just .25 sacks.


2008 (16/5 – Seattle): Played all 16 games with five starts as a rookie for the Seahawks.  Flagged just once for a false start penalty and allowed one sack on the season.

COLLEGE:
Vallos started a school-record 48 games at Wake Forest University...Earned All-America and All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors as a senior after grading out at 90 percent for the season with 92.5 knockdown blocks...Named to the honorable mention All-ACC team after starting all 11 games for the Demon Deacons and helping the team average more than 197 rushing yards per game that led the conference as a junior...Selected to the second team All-ACC as a sophomore by the media and first-team All-ACC by Rivals.com after starting 11 games for the Deacons, appearing at every offensive line position except center...Earned third-team Freshman All-America and Freshman All-ACC honors as a redshirt freshman after starting all 12 games and averaging 8.2 knockdowns per game.

PERSONAL:
Vallos earned varsity letters in football, wrestling and track and field (discus and shot put) at Boardman High School in Boardman, Ohio...Earned first-team all-conference honors in football and track...Received honorable mention on the AP All-Ohio team...Played in the North-South and Big 33 all-star games...Set school wrestling records for single-season (24) and career (58) pins...Born Steve Vallos on Dec. 28, 1983 in Youngstown, Ohio.

PRO:  Steve Vallos was signed as a free agent on Aug. 14, 2014 to provide depth at center.  The seventh-year center has started nine-of-59 games during his first six NFL seasons.  He has allowed just 1.25 sacks in his career and has been called for just two penalties according to STATS Inc.  Vallos was originally selected by the Seahawks in the seventh round (232nd overall) of the 2007 NFL Draft.


CAREER TRANSACTIONS:  
Signed by Seattle as a draft choice 7/13/07; Released by Seattle 9/1/07; Signed by Seattle (practice squad) 9/4/07; Signed by Seattle 1/14/08; Waived by Seattle 9/5/10; Acquired via waivers by Cleveland 9/6/10; Signed by Philadelphia 3/19/12; Released by Philadelphia 8/31/12; Signed by Philadelphia 9/18/12; Released by Philadelphia 10/23/12; Signed by Jacksonville 10/30/12; Released by Jacksonville 11/3/12; Signed by Jacksonville 11/5/12; Signed by Denver 7/28/13.

SEASON RECAPS:
2013 (15/0, 3/0 – Denver): Played 15 games in his first season with the Broncos in 2013.  Participated in 107 special-teams snaps in addition to nine offensive snaps.  Made his postseason debut in the Divisional Round vs. S.D. (1/12).


2012 (2/0 – Philadelphia; 2/1 – Jacksonville): Played four games in 2012, appearing in two contests each for the Eagles and Jaguars, including one start for Jacksonville.  Committed just one penalty and did not allow a sack.


2011 (1/0 – Cleveland): Appeared in one game for the Browns.  Was inactive for 15 contests.


2010 (7/0 – Cleveland):  Played seven games for the Browns.  Was inactive for six games and did not play in three games.


2009 (16/3 – Seattle):  Appeared in all 16 games with three starts for the second-consecutive season for Seattle.  Did not commit a penalty and allowed just .25 sacks.


2008 (16/5 – Seattle): Played all 16 games with five starts as a rookie for the Seahawks.  Flagged just once for a false start penalty and allowed one sack on the season.

COLLEGE:
Vallos started a school-record 48 games at Wake Forest University...Earned All-America and All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors as a senior after grading out at 90 percent for the season with 92.5 knockdown blocks...Named to the honorable mention All-ACC team after starting all 11 games for the Demon Deacons and helping the team average more than 197 rushing yards per game that led the conference as a junior...Selected to the second team All-ACC as a sophomore by the media and first-team All-ACC by Rivals.com after starting 11 games for the Deacons, appearing at every offensive line position except center...Earned third-team Freshman All-America and Freshman All-ACC honors as a redshirt freshman after starting all 12 games and averaging 8.2 knockdowns per game.

PERSONAL:
Vallos earned varsity letters in football, wrestling and track and field (discus and shot put) at Boardman High School in Boardman, Ohio...Earned first-team all-conference honors in football and track...Received honorable mention on the AP All-Ohio team...Played in the North-South and Big 33 all-star games...Set school wrestling records for single-season (24) and career (58) pins...Born Steve Vallos on Dec. 28, 1983 in Youngstown, Ohio.

 
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YearTeamGGS
TOTAL 59 9
2013 DEN 15 0
2012 JAC 2 1
2012 PHI 2 0
2011 CLE 1 0
2010 CLE 7 0
2009 SEA 16 3
2008 SEA 16 5

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