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Chaz Green





3 Years Pro

2016 Season



12/17/16: Placed on Reserve/Injured with a foot and back injury.

09/01/15: Placed on Reserve/PUP with a hip injury and activated (12/2).

05/01/15: Drafted in the third round (91st overall) by Dallas.

Gameday Photos


The Dallas Cowboys selected Chaz Green in the third round (91st overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft, adding a versatile and athletic lineman to their already loaded front line. With an increased emphasis on ground and pound football under Head Coach Jason Garrett, the Cowboys rebuilt their offensive line into one of the league’s best and brightest which garnered three Pro Bowl selections in 2014, 2015 and 2016. After starting 30 games for Florida at both tackle positions, Green came to Dallas with position flex, foot quickness and movement skill to excel in the Cowboys zone-blocking scheme. His rookie season never really got underway after suffering a hip injury in the offseason and landing on Reserve/PUP. When he returned to the active roster, he was a gameday inactive for each of the final five games of the season. His second pro season suffered a similar fate as foot and back injuries kept him from 12 games and eventually landed him on Reserve/Injured.



  • Played in his first career four games with two starts before injuries kept him from the remaining 12 games.
  • Made his NFL debut in the opener against the N.Y. Giants (9/11), playing on special teams and stepping in for five plays for Tyron Smith (neck) at left tackle.
  • Against Chicago (9/25) made his first career start with Smith (back) sidelined, and helped Ezekiel Elliott rush for 140 yards - his first career 100-yard day - as three different backs rushed for a score for the second straight game.
  • Again started in place of Smith (back) and opened holes at San Francisco (10/2) for Elliott to rush for 138 yards - his second straight 100-yard game - while allowing Dak Prescott to complete 24-of-33 passes for 252 yards and two touchdowns as the offense had the ball for 36:27.


  • After being drafted in the third round, suffered a hip injury during offseason workouts and landed on Active/PUP for the preseason.
  • Added to Reserve/PUP for the first nine weeks of his rookie year, then returned to practice on Nov. 11 but was inactive for each of the final five games.


  • Voted a team captain as a senior by his peers and started 11 games for the Gators, nine at right tackle and two on the left side, leading the way for an offense that scored 30.3 points-per-game and averaged 187.7 rushing yards-per-contest while accumulating six 200-plus yard rushing games.
  • Earned the Chris Patrick Courage Award after returning from a season-ending injury the previous year to start every game.
  • Injured his shoulder in August camp and missed his junior season.
  • Played in 11 games, starting 10 for an offense that pounded out 2,873 rushing yards and 22 rushing touch- downs while scoring 26.4 points-per-contest and finishing ninth in the nation in time of possession, holding the ball for 32:27 per-game.
  • Named a 2011 freshman All-American and named to the SEC All-Freshman team, starting all nine games he appeared in and blocking for an offense that averaged 328.7 yards-per contest.
  • Dressed for 12 games but did not play and redshirted.


  • Attended Tampa Catholic High School in Tampa, Fla., where he led the team to a 2009 Florida 2B second place finish and an 11-2 record and was named to the Top 150 Dream Team by PrepStar Magazine.
  • Helped pave the way for a team that rushed for over 3,000 yards in 2009.
  • Named FSWA 2A all-state second-team in 2008 as a junior.
  • Majored in telecommunications at Florida.


  • 2015 Rookie Club presented by UnitedHealthcare.
  • 2015-17 Dallas Cowboys U High School Camp.
  • 2015 Early Thanksgiving Day meal at The Salvation Army.
  • WrestleMania 32 week community event Make-a-Wish Pizza Party at Dallas World Aquarium.
  • 2016 Taste of the NFL: The Ultimate Cowboys Tailgate Party host benefiting the North Texas Food Bank.
  • Annual Team Holiday Hospital Visits.
  • Kickoff Luncheon and Dallas Cowboys Family Cookbook benefiting Happy Hill Farm.
  • Salvation Army Angel Tree Christmas Program
  • Make-A-Wish Foundation of North Texas.


Career Stats


Recent Games

17@PHIL 13-27
16DETW 42-21
15TBW 26-20
14@NYGL 7-10
13@MINW 17-15
12WASW 31-26
11BALW 27-17
10@PITW 35-30
9@CLEW 35-10
8PHIW 29-23
6@GBW 30-16
5CINW 28-14
4@SFW 24-17
3CHIW 31-17
2@WASW 27-23
1NYGL 19-20
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