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Johnnie Troutman
G #63
Height:
6-4
Weight:
330
Age:
27
College:
Penn State
Hometown:
Brown Mills, N.J.
Experience:
2

Quick Stats (2015 PRE):

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1
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Career Stats
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TOTAL 29 24
2014 SD 15 15
2013 SD 14 9

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Bio

Johnnie Troutman was like a redshirt freshman for the Chargers in 2013. Drafted in the fifth round in 2012, he had to have surgery for a pectoral injury prior to the draft and he wound up spending the entire 2012 season on the “Reserve-Non-Football Injury” list.

Troutman returned to the field last season and played in 16 games, playoffs included, and he started 10. As injuries took a toll on the left side of the Bolts’ offensive line, Troutman wound up starting nine games in the middle of the season for Chad Rinehart at left guard. And when Jeromey Clary couldn’t go in the Divisional round at Denver due to a shoulder injury, Troutman stepped up and made his first-ever start at right guard in one of the team’s biggest games of the year.

As a collegian at Penn State, Troutman’s started his last three seasons at left guard for the Nittany Lions and didn’t allow a single sack. And as a senior in 2011, he wasn’t flagged for a single penalty.

TRANSACTION HISTORY: Fifth-round pick (147), April 28, 2012...signed May 11.

2014: Started Games 1-15 at right guard...helped block for season-high 162 yards rushing in 31-0 win over New York Jets Oct. 5...threw key block to spring Branden Oliver for 15-yard touchdown run for 21-0 lead in second quarter vs. Jets...helped Bolts rush for 116 yards and pass for 313 while line allowed just one sack in 35 passing plays in 31-28 win at Oakland Oct. 12...helped pass protect for 383 yards and three touchdowns in 34-33 win at Baltimore Nov. 30, including game-winning eight-play, 80-yard, 1:44 drive that started with 2:22 left in contest...injured knee during third-quarter touchdown Dec. 20 at San Francisco...was placed on “Reserve-Injured” due to knee Dec. 22.

2013: Inactive Weeks 1-2...NFL debut Sept. 22 at Tennessee, seeing action late in game at left guard...first career start at left guard Sept. 29 vs. Dallas and started Games 4-12 as injury replacement for Chad Rinehart...started Jan. 12 divisional playoffs at Denver for injured Jeromey Clary. 2012: Spent entire season on “Reserve-Non-Football Injury” list while recovering from pectoral surgery.

COLLEGE: Honorable mention All-Big Ten as senior in 2011 ...Brooks-Irvine Memorial Football Club of New Jersey’s Division I College Player of Year in ’11...invited to 2012 Senior Bowl...as senior, shared team’s Richard Maginnis Memorial Award as outstanding offensive lineman who exemplified spirit, dedication and commitment to program...started 32 of last 38 games, including 13 as senior when Nittany Lions led Big Ten and ranked 18th in nation for fewest sacks allowed...redshirted in 2007...played at Penn State from 2008-11...African and African-American studies degree.

PERSONAL: Born in Trenton, N.J....three-time All-Burlco/ Olympic-Patriot Football Conference pick at Pemberton Township High in Brown Mills, N.J....twice named to New Jersey All-Group III squad...team captain as senior while being named all-state and All-South Jersey...played on both offensive and defensive lines.

Johnnie Troutman was like a redshirt freshman for the Chargers in 2013. Drafted in the fifth round in 2012, he had to have surgery for a pectoral injury prior to the draft and he wound up spending the entire 2012 season on the “Reserve-Non-Football Injury” list.

Troutman returned to the field last season and played in 16 games, playoffs included, and he started 10. As injuries took a toll on the left side of the Bolts’ offensive line, Troutman wound up starting nine games in the middle of the season for Chad Rinehart at left guard. And when Jeromey Clary couldn’t go in the Divisional round at Denver due to a shoulder injury, Troutman stepped up and made his first-ever start at right guard in one of the team’s biggest games of the year.

As a collegian at Penn State, Troutman’s started his last three seasons at left guard for the Nittany Lions and didn’t allow a single sack. And as a senior in 2011, he wasn’t flagged for a single penalty.

TRANSACTION HISTORY: Fifth-round pick (147), April 28, 2012...signed May 11.

2014: Started Games 1-15 at right guard...helped block for season-high 162 yards rushing in 31-0 win over New York Jets Oct. 5...threw key block to spring Branden Oliver for 15-yard touchdown run for 21-0 lead in second quarter vs. Jets...helped Bolts rush for 116 yards and pass for 313 while line allowed just one sack in 35 passing plays in 31-28 win at Oakland Oct. 12...helped pass protect for 383 yards and three touchdowns in 34-33 win at Baltimore Nov. 30, including game-winning eight-play, 80-yard, 1:44 drive that started with 2:22 left in contest...injured knee during third-quarter touchdown Dec. 20 at San Francisco...was placed on “Reserve-Injured” due to knee Dec. 22.

2013: Inactive Weeks 1-2...NFL debut Sept. 22 at Tennessee, seeing action late in game at left guard...first career start at left guard Sept. 29 vs. Dallas and started Games 4-12 as injury replacement for Chad Rinehart...started Jan. 12 divisional playoffs at Denver for injured Jeromey Clary. 2012: Spent entire season on “Reserve-Non-Football Injury” list while recovering from pectoral surgery.

COLLEGE: Honorable mention All-Big Ten as senior in 2011 ...Brooks-Irvine Memorial Football Club of New Jersey’s Division I College Player of Year in ’11...invited to 2012 Senior Bowl...as senior, shared team’s Richard Maginnis Memorial Award as outstanding offensive lineman who exemplified spirit, dedication and commitment to program...started 32 of last 38 games, including 13 as senior when Nittany Lions led Big Ten and ranked 18th in nation for fewest sacks allowed...redshirted in 2007...played at Penn State from 2008-11...African and African-American studies degree.

PERSONAL: Born in Trenton, N.J....three-time All-Burlco/ Olympic-Patriot Football Conference pick at Pemberton Township High in Brown Mills, N.J....twice named to New Jersey All-Group III squad...team captain as senior while being named all-state and All-South Jersey...played on both offensive and defensive lines.

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