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Riley Reiff

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Experience: 11 years

Height: 6-6

Age: 33

Weight: 305 lbs

College: Iowa

2021 SEASON

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    Recent Games

    WKOPPRESULTGGS
    1449ersL 23 - 2611
    13ChargersL 22 - 4100
    12SteelersW 41 - 1011
    11@RaidersW 32 - 1311
    9BrownsL 16 - 4111
    8@JetsL 31 - 3411
    7@RavensW 41 - 1711
    6@LionsW 34 - 1111
    5PackersL 22 - 2511
    4JaguarsW 24 - 2111
    3@SteelersW 24 - 1011
    2@BearsL 17 - 2011
    1VikingsW 27 - 2411

    Career Stats

    Offensive Line Career

    SEASONTEAMGGS
    2012Detroit Lions168
    2013Detroit Lions1616
    2014Detroit Lions1515
    2015Detroit Lions1616
    2016Detroit Lions1414
    2017Minnesota Vikings1515
    2018Minnesota Vikings1313
    2020Minnesota Vikings1515
    2021Cincinnati Bengals1212
    TOTAL132124

    Biography

    • Native of Parkston, SD, grew up near former Vikings LB Chad Greenway's hometown and signed with the team as a free agent just days after Greenway's retirement.

    • Has been a part of playoff teams in 4 of the past 6 seasons between Detroit (2014, 2016) and Minnesota (2017, 2019), starting all 4 postseason games for the Vikings in that span.

    • Helped 2019 Vikings offense produce a 3,000-yard passer, 1,000-yard rusher and a 1,000-yard receiver for the 1st time since the 2009 season.

    OFF THE FIELD

    • Avid outdoorsman, enjoys hunting and fishing in all 4 seasons.

    • Majored in interdepartmental studies at Iowa.

    • Younger brother, Brady, was a defensive lineman at Iowa.

    • Standout wrestler with 3 South Dakota state titles under his belt and a 121-1 record, was recruited for wrestling and football.

    • In November 2019, helped pay for and give away 250 turkeys with other linemen at The Salvation Army-Citadel Worship and Service Center in St. Paul.

    • Represented Pheasants Forever as his charity during My Cause, My Cleats game in 2019.

    • Took part in 2nd annual Celebrity Walleye Classic fishing tournament hosted by the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Sioux Empire in his home state of South Dakota to raise money to support their programs for local kids.

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