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Andrews, Shawn - Football

ANDREWS, SHAWN – Football – University of Arkansas (2002-2003): Andrews was born in 1982 in Camden (Ouachita County). He was a high school All-America football player for Camden Fairview. As an offensive tackle for the Razorbacks in 2001, he was named to the freshman All-America team. In 2002, he became the first sophomore in Razorback history to be named first-team All-America. He also won the Jacobs Trophy as the best blocker in the SEC. As a junior in 2003, he repeated as the winner of the Jacobs Trophy; he repeated as first-team All-SEC and as a unanimous first-team All-American. He also won the Jim Parker Trophy as the nation’s best offensive lineman. He then entered the NFL and was the starting right guard for the Philadelphia Eagles in the first game of the 2004 season. However, he suffered a broken leg and missed the remainder of his rookie season. Andrews returned the following season and was named as an alternate for the Pro Bowl following the 2005 season. In 2006, he was named first-team All-Pro and selected to be a starter in the Pro Bowl. In 2007, he was again chosen to play in the Pro Bowl.

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