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Five Fun Facts About Offensive Lineman Max Unger

Filed under: 5 Fun Facts — by Mark on March 15, 2015

Max Unger made it into the news in 2015 by being the main player moving from the Seahawks to the Saints in what is known as the Jimmy Graham trade. Unger is an accomplished player in his own right, having been named All-Pro in 2012.

Here are five fun facts about Max Unger.


Max Unger’s full names is Maxwell McCandless Unger.

Four Year Starter

Max Unger had grown up in Hawaii and following high school he went to the University of Oregon. At Oregon, he was a four years starter on the Ducks offensive line.

Hold This For A Sec

During his six seasons in Seattle, Max Unger was called for holding eight times. Three times as a rookie in 2009, once during the 2010 season, and four times times during the 2013 season.

For The Tackle!

On October 18, 2009, in a Seahawks loss to the Cardinals, Max Unger was credited with his first career tackle. It happened in the first quarter when Seattle quarterback Matt Hasselbeck fumbled while being sacked. It was recovered by Bryan Robinson of Arizona and Unger got the tackle.

The Fifth Ever

Max Unger was the fifth player ever taken in the NFL Draft out of Oregon by the Seattle Seahawks. The previous four had been Terry Dion in 1980, Daryl Reed in 1990, Maurice Morris in 2002, and Jordan Kent in 2007.

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