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Travis Bond
OG #74
Height:
6-6
Weight:
330
College:
North Carolina
Hometown:
Windsor, N.C.
Experience:
0
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TOTAL 2 0
2013 CAR 2 0

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Bio

TRANSACTIONS
Waived by Carolina (5/19/14)...Signed as a free agent from Minnesota's practice squad by Carolina (11/13/13)...Signed to practice squad by Minnesota (9/2/13)...Waived by Minnesota (8/31/13)...Selected in the seventh round (214th overall) of the NFL Draft by Minnesota (4/27/13).

GP/GS
Career (2/0) [0/0]; 2013 (2/0) [0/0].

2013
Signed as a free agent from Minnesota's practice squad by Carolina (11/13)...Played in two games, did not play in two games and was inactive for three games...Originally drafted in the seventh round (214th overall) by the Vikings and spent the first 10 weeks on the practice squad...POSTSEASON: Inactive for NFC Divisional Playoff versus San Francisco (1/12)...Vs. Tampa Bay (12/1): Made NFL debut...Saw action as a reserve guard and on special teams.

COLLEGE
Played in 51 games with 29 starts at North Carolina...Made 25 starts at right guard and four at right tackle...2012 (Sr.): All-Atlantic Coast Conference honorable mention...Started 12 games, opening the first eight at right guard and last four at right tackle...Contributed to offense that set a school record with an average of 485.6 yards per game...Opened holes for running back Giovani Bernard to lead the conference in rushing with 1,228 yards...Provided protection for the Tar Heels to finish first in the conference and rank ninth in the nation in sacks allowed...2011 (Jr.): Started 13 games at right guard...Paved the way for Bernard to rush for a school freshman record 1,253 yards...2010 (So.): Played in 13 games with three starts at right guard...2009 (Fr.): Played in 13 games with one start at right guard...Earned first career start in the Meineke Car Care Bowl against Pittsburgh.

PERSONAL
Attended Bertie HS in Windsor, N.C....Majored in exercise and sport science at North Carolina.
TRANSACTIONS
Waived by Carolina (5/19/14)...Signed as a free agent from Minnesota's practice squad by Carolina (11/13/13)...Signed to practice squad by Minnesota (9/2/13)...Waived by Minnesota (8/31/13)...Selected in the seventh round (214th overall) of the NFL Draft by Minnesota (4/27/13).

GP/GS
Career (2/0) [0/0]; 2013 (2/0) [0/0].

2013
Signed as a free agent from Minnesota's practice squad by Carolina (11/13)...Played in two games, did not play in two games and was inactive for three games...Originally drafted in the seventh round (214th overall) by the Vikings and spent the first 10 weeks on the practice squad...POSTSEASON: Inactive for NFC Divisional Playoff versus San Francisco (1/12)...Vs. Tampa Bay (12/1): Made NFL debut...Saw action as a reserve guard and on special teams.

COLLEGE
Played in 51 games with 29 starts at North Carolina...Made 25 starts at right guard and four at right tackle...2012 (Sr.): All-Atlantic Coast Conference honorable mention...Started 12 games, opening the first eight at right guard and last four at right tackle...Contributed to offense that set a school record with an average of 485.6 yards per game...Opened holes for running back Giovani Bernard to lead the conference in rushing with 1,228 yards...Provided protection for the Tar Heels to finish first in the conference and rank ninth in the nation in sacks allowed...2011 (Jr.): Started 13 games at right guard...Paved the way for Bernard to rush for a school freshman record 1,253 yards...2010 (So.): Played in 13 games with three starts at right guard...2009 (Fr.): Played in 13 games with one start at right guard...Earned first career start in the Meineke Car Care Bowl against Pittsburgh.

PERSONAL
Attended Bertie HS in Windsor, N.C....Majored in exercise and sport science at North Carolina.
 

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