Signed by Green Bay as a non-drafted free agent on May 11, 2015…Started 43 of 50 games played for the Chippewas, with 38 coming at left guard and five at center…Started a team-high 42 straight games…Started all 13 games at LG as a senior in 2014…Earned first-team All-Mid-American Conference honors and was a Senior CLASS Award nominee…Named to the Rotary Lombardi Award watch list…Helped pave the way for senior RB Thomas Rawls, as he went on to rank fourth in the conference in all-purpose yards per game (132.9) and rushing yards per game (122.6), fifth in yards rushing (1,103) and sixth in rushing touchdowns (10)…Provided protection for redshirt sophomore QB Cooper Rush to finish second in the MAC in passing TDs (27), third in passing efficiency (149.6), fourth in yards per game (242.8) and fifth in total offense per game (238.9)…Helped Rawls earn MAC West Offensive Player of the Week as he rushed for 155 yards and two TDs, adding 50 yards on three receptions, at Purdue (Sept. 6)…Provided time for Rush to pass for 291 yards and two TDs at Toledo (Sept. 27)…Opened up running lanes for Rawls to rush for 229 yards on 40 carries (5.7 avg.) vs. Ohio (Oct. 4)…Helped Rawls earn MAC West Offensive Player of the Week and become just the second player in school history to rush for 200-plus yards in back-to-back games, as he rushed for a career-high 270 yards and two TDs in the win at Northern Illinois (Oct. 11)…Contributed to a passing attack that saw Rush throw for 218 yards and three TDs in the 34-27 win vs. Miami (Ohio) (Nov. 15)…Allowed time in the pocket for Rush to produce a record-setting performance in the Bahamas Bowl vs. Western Kentucky (Dec. 24), as he threw for a school-record 493 yards and seven TDs, with the seven passing TDs setting an NCAA bowl game record…Started all 12 games at LG as a junior in 2013…Named second-team All-MAC, team co-captain, and was the winner of CMU’s Offensive Upfront Player of the Year award…Helped Rush receive CMU Offensive Player of the Year honors, as he finished fifth in the MAC in passing (213.5 ypg) and seventh in pass efficiency (126.2)…Provided time for Rush to connect with junior WR Titus Jones 61 times for 1,109 yards and eight TDs…Helped Jones rank first in the MAC in yards per catch (18.2), second in receiving yards per game (100.8, 14th nationally) and fourth in receptions per game (5.5)…Made things comfortable for Rush in his first career appearance in the second quarter vs. New Hampshire (Sept. 7), as he finished with 326 yards and three TDs with no interceptions in the 24-21 win…Anchored an offensive effort that allowed Rush to pass for 224 yards and three TDs, including the game-winner, a 5-yard pass to WR Courtney Williams with 22 seconds remaining, to upset Ohio (Oct. 12), 26-23, on the road…Allowed time for Jones to get open and record nine receptions for a season-high 187 yards (20.7 avg.) and a TD at Ball State (Nov. 6)…Helped Jones break free down the field vs. Massachusetts (Nov. 23), as he hauled in two of his seven receptions for TDs of 30 and 34 yards, with a total of 154 yards (22.0 avg.)…Started all 13 games at LG as a sophomore in 2012 and helped power an offense that scored 30-plus points in 10 games and averaged 6.2 yards per play, second best in the MAC…Contributed to an offensive line that ranked 17th nationally in sacks allowed with 15 on the season…Helped provide the push up front for junior RB Zurlon Tipton to gain 1,492 yards, the fourth-most all-time at CMU, while his 19 rushing and 20 total TDs are tied for the second-most ever by a Chippewa…Blocked for senior QB Ryan Radcliff as he passed for 3,000-plus yards for the third consecutive season (3,158) and logged the best touchdown-to-interception ratio of his career (23/9)…Protected Radcliff as he connected for a season-high four TDs and 337 yards at Toledo (Oct. 6)…Helped Tipton rush for a career-high 243 yards and three TDs in the 35-14 win vs. Akron (Oct. 27)…Allowed time for Radcliff to throw for a season-high 383 yards and a TD vs. Western Michigan (Nov. 3)…Helped the Chippewas reel off three consecutive wins to close out the season and earn a berth in the Little Caesars Bowl…Continued to be a force up front as Tipton recorded his seventh straight 100-plus yard rushing performance, posting 101 yards in the 24-21 bowl victory vs. Western Kentucky (Dec. 26)…Started all five games played at C as a redshirt freshman in 2011…Contributed to an offensive line that allowed just 17 sacks in 12 games, the fourth fewest overall in the MAC and second fewest per pass attempt…Powered an offensive attack that compiled a season-high 569 yards of offense at Ball State (Oct. 22)…Provided space for freshman RB Anthony Garland as he notched 141 yards and a TD in the 23-22 victory at Akron (Oct. 29)…Redshirted in 2010…Earned his bachelor’s degree in sport management…Was a four-year letterman at Waverly (Mich.) High School, where he played LB, DE and RB…Finished his career with 510 tackles…Posted 128 tackles and seven sacks as a senior…Was ranked No. 39 on the Detroit Free Press Fab 50 and No. 45 on the Detroit News Blue Chip list…Was a Division 3-4 all-state honorable mention selection by The Associated Press in 2009…Collected 150 tackles and three sacks as a junior…Was a Division 5-6 all-state honorable mention selection by AP in 2008…Selected to play in the Michigan East-West All-Star Game…Logged 130 tackles and two sacks as a sophomore…Registered 102 tackles and three sacks as a freshman…Was an honorable mention academic all-state selection…Lettered three years in track and field (shot put and discus), one year in baseball and one year in basketball…Worked with the Special Olympics and volunteered at food drives with his team in college…Worked at Quiznos Subs in high school and moved furniture during all four summers of college…Single, lives in Lansing, Mich. …Given name Andrew Lawrence Phillips; born in Lansing, Mich.