Acquired by bucs:
Joined Tampa Bay on August 26, 2014, in a trade with the New England Patriots.
Originally entered NFL:
Originally entered the NFL as a first-round pick (32nd overall) of the New England Patriots in the 2005 NFL Draft.
Has started all 130 regular season games he has played in, as well as all 17 postseason contests.
A six-time Pro Bowl selection (2007, 2009-13)
A five-time All-Pro selection (First Team: 2010, Second Team: 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013).
Selected to the New England Patriots All-2000s team and 50th Anniversary team.
Voted as team captain three times.
Won the 2012 Ed Block Courage Award, given annually to players who are voted by their teammates as role models of inspiration, sportsmanship and courage.
During his tenure with New England, was a member of teams that won eight AFC East championships (2005-07, 2009-13) and two AFC championships (2007, 2011).
Was part of one of the top offenses in the NFL with New England, with the team finishing in the top 10 in points scored every season (2005-13), including three seasons where the team led the NFL (2007, 2010, 2012). The team also ranked in the top 10 in yardage in eight of Mankins’ nine seasons with the club (2005, 2007-13).
A member of an offensive line that has allowed the sixth-fewest sacks in the NFL since 2005.
Has blocked for two different 1,000-yard rushers.
Scored a touchdown in the 2006 AFC Championship game, recovering a fumble from Patriots QB Tom Brady in the end zone.
Named to the Pro Football Weekly All-Rookie Team in 2005.
Started in his first career game, against Oakland (9/8/05).
Started all 16 regular season games and both postseason contests.
Selected to his fifth consecutive Pro Bowl and sixth overall.
Elected captain for the third straight season.
Part of an offense that scored 55 points and compiled 610 yards against Pittsburgh (11/3), both the most ever allowed in Steelers history.
Replaced left tackle Nate Solder at left tackle in the second half at Miami (12/15), his first appearance at left tackle since 2011.
Started at left tackle at Baltimore (12/22), his second career start at left tackle.
A standout at Fresno State (2000-04), All-American Dream Team selection as a senior and rated the best offensive guard prospect in college football by The NFL Draft Report.
First-team All-Western Athletic Conference selection.
First offensive lineman in Fresno State history to be selected team MVP.
Selected to the Outland Trophy Award Watch List in 2004.
Did not allow a sack or pressure his senior season.
Majored in agriculture.
Attended Mariposa High School (Catheys Valley, California).
Was named all-league and his team’s most valuable player.
Supporter of Tufts Floating Hospital for Children in Boston.
He and his wife, Kara, have four children.
Son of Jill and Tim Mankins.
Born Logan Mankins in Catheys Valley, California, on March 10, 1982.