Game 1 vs. Pittsburgh 9/9: Started at C…Game 2 vs. Cincinnati 9/16: Started at C and was part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack of QB Derek Anderson and provided time for him to throw for 326 yards and 5 TDs, and RB Jamal Lewis to rush for 216 yards and 1 TD…Part of an offense that established 554 net yards (3rd highest in club history) of offense and scored 51 points (T-4th in franchise history) and 226 net yards rushing…Game 3 at Oakland 9/23: Started at C…Game 4 vs. Baltimore 9/30: Started at C and was part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack and allowed QB Derek Anderson to throw for 204 yards and 2 TDs…Game 5 at New England 10/7: Started at C…Game 6 vs. Miami 10/14: Started at C and was part of an offensive line that helped the offense to 41 points, 384 net yards of offense and allowed QB Derek Anderson time to throw for 245 yards and 3 TDs…Game 7 at St. Louis 10/28: Started at C and was part of an offensive line that helped the offense to 368 net yards and provided QB Derek Anderson time to throw for 248 yards and 3 TDs…Game 8 vs. Seattle 11/4: Started at C and was part of an offensive line that helped the offense to 428 net yards of offense and allowed QB Derek Anderson to throw for a career-high 364 yards passing and RB Jamal Lewis to rush for a career-high 4 rushing TDs in a 33-30 overtime win…Game 9 at Pittsburgh 11/11: Started at C and was part of an offensive line that held the Steelers defense without a sack and provided QB Derek Anderson time to throw for 3 TDs…Game 10 at Baltimore 11/18: Started at C and was part of an offensive line that helped the offense to 380 net yards of offense in a 33-30 (OT) road win…Game 11 vs. Houston 11/25: Started at C and was part of an offensive line that helped RB Jamal Lewis rush for 134 yards and 1 TD and gave QB Derek Anderson time to throw for 253 yards and 2 TDs as the offense rolled to 397 net yards of offense…Game 12 at Arizona 12/2: Started at C and was part of an offensive line the allowed QB Derek Anderson to throw for 304 yards and 2 TDs…Played in his 100th career game…Game 13 at N.Y. Jets 12/9: Started at C and was part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack of QB Derek Anderson and allowed him time to throw for 185 yards and 2 TDs, and also paved the way for RB Jamal Lewis to rush for 118 yards and 1 TD in a 24-18 road win…Made his 100th career start in the NFL…Game 14 vs. Buffalo 12/16: Started at C and was part of an offensive line that paved the way for RB Jamal Lewis to rush for 163 yards and the offense generated 304 net yards of offense in blizzard-like conditions…Game 15 at Cincinnati 12/23: Started at C and was part of an offense that totaled 380 net yards of offense, including 136 net yards rushing…Game 16 vs. San Francisco 12/30: Started at C and was part of an offensive line that paved the way for RB Jamal Lewis to rush for 128 yards and the offense overall to generate 358 total net yards of offense.
Veteran center was acquired via trade only eight days prior to the start of the regular season…Was one of three offensive starters to start in all 16 games (TE Kellen Winslow and LT Kevin Shaffer)…Made his Browns debut in the opener vs. New Orleans on Sept. 10…Started and was part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack of QB Charlie Frye at Cincinnati on Sept. 17…Started and was part of an offensive line that helped RB Reuben Droughns rush for 100 yards and gave Frye time to throw for 192 yards and 3 TDs in a 24-21 road win at Oakland on Oct. 1…Started as the offensive line helped Droughns rush for a season-high 125 yards vs. N.Y. Jets on Oct. 29…Started vs. Kansas City on Dec. 3, as the offensive line paved the way for the offense to have season highs in points (31), net yards (438), net yards rushing (150), net yards passing (288) and first downs (26) in a 31-28 OT win…In the regular season finale at Houston on Dec. 31, was part of an offensive line that helped the Browns rush for 127 yards.
Started the first eight games before being sidelined for the season with a shoulder injury…Suffered a shoulder strain at Washington on Nov. 6, and was placed on Injured Reserve on Nov. 9.
Was integral in the success of one of the most productive offenses in the NFL in 2004, an offense that posted a team record 4,208 passing yards and the third highest point total in team history (386).
Part of an offensive line that protected QB Donovan McNabb, and paved the way for a three-RB tandem that posted a combined 1,618 rushing yards and 2,465 total yards from scrimmage.
Started in all 16 regular season games and both postseason contests at center and helped pave the way for the NFL’s fourth-highest scoring offense (25.9 ppg), the best output in Eagles history…Part of an offensive line that helped RB Duce Staley notch his third 1,000-yard rushing season and allowed the team’s lowest sack total (36) in a 16-game season since 1981 (22).
Started 15 games and played in nearly every offensive down…Did not start the season finale at Tampa Bay on Jan. 6, but played a reserve role at right tackle
Originally signed by Pittsburgh as an undrafted rookie out of Robert Morris…Waived by Pittsburgh at the end of training camp and claimed by the Eagles via waivers…Spent the entire season on the Eagles’ 53-man roster, however, was listed as inactive for all 16 regular season games.
Was a three-time All-America selection and a three-time first-team All-Northeast Conference choice at tackle, as the Robert Morris Colonials won the NEC championship each season…Selected as the Football Gazette’s Lineman of the Year and his team’s Co-Most Valuable Player in 1999.
Married Danielle on May, 26, 2006 and the couple reside in Woolrich Township, N.J., with their son Mason (1/22/05)…Has another son, Trent Alexander, from a previous marriage…Helped Gaithersburg High School to the Maryland state championship game as a senior in 1995…In 2005, was enlisted to support ‘Robin’s Nest’, a shelter for abused young women, as Fraley has continued to help raise funds through an annual charity dinner and has also taken the group on a shopping spree and out to dinner…Has a degree in social science…Became only the second player in Robert Morris history to have his number, 75, retired…In 2006, launched Fraley Brothers, a landscaping and snow plowing business in South Jersey along with his brother, David…His brother, David, was stationed with the United States Army’s 3rd Infantry Division in Iraq as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom…Their father is a Vietnam veteran…Full name: Henry F. Fraley…Born on Sept. 21, 1977 in Gaithersburg, Md.
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