Pro Highlights

  • Played in three games as a rookie in 2016, seeing limited action at right guard and as an extra lineman.
  • Dressed and did not play in one other game last season and was inactive for the other 12 contests (healthy scratch). Also was inactive for all three postseason games.
  • Selected by Green Bay in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft with the No. 200 overall selection, becoming the first Stanford offensive lineman to be drafted by the Packers since C John Macaulay was chosen in the 11th round (No. 294 overall) in 1982.


layed in 54 career games with 34 starts in four years at Stanford, starting all 27 contests over his final two seasons (14 at LT, 13 at RT)…Member of an offensive line that finished in the top three among Pac-12 teams in sacks allowed in all four of his seasons…Part of a Stanford class that made a bowl appearance all four years and won three Pacific-12 titles (2012, 2013, 2015)…Appeared in three Rose Bowls as well, helping the Cardinal win two…Majored in science, technology and society (innovation, technology and organizations) at Stanford…Senior season (2015): Served as a team captain and started all 14 games at left tackle…Named third-team All-America by Phil Steele’s College Football…Earned first-team All-Pac-12 honors from The Associated Press and Phil Steele’s College Football…Was on the watch lists for the Outland Trophy and the Rotary Lombardi Award…Part of a team that scored 30 or more points in each of the final 13 games of the season…Blocked for RB Christian McCaffrey, who won Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year and finished second in the Heisman Trophy voting after setting an FBS record with 3,864 all-purpose yards (2,019 rushing, 645 receiving, 130 on punt returns, 1,070 on kickoff returns)…Blocked for a team that rushed for 300-plus yards in three straight games for the first time in program history (325 at Oregon State, 314 vs. Arizona, 311 vs. UCLA)…Junior season (2014): Started all 13 games at right tackle…Selected second-team All-Pac-12 by Phil Steele’s College Football…Part of an offensive line that ranked 18th nationally in tackles for a loss allowed (4.62 per game) and 42nd in sacks allowed (1.77 per game)…Blocked for QB Kevin Hogan, who finished No. 15 in the nation in completion percentage (65.9 percent), No. 24 in passing efficiency (145.8) and No. 25 in yards per pass attempt (7.93)…Sophomore season (2013): Played in 13 games at offensive tackle, making five starts…Also played in jumbo packages…Part of a team that won the Pac-12 and appeared in the Rose Bowl for the second consecutive season, marking the first back-to-back conference championships and Rose Bowl appearances for Stanford since 1970-71…Member of a line that helped the offense rank No. 22 in the country in rushing (207.4 yards per game), No. 11 in sacks allowed (1.14 per game) and No. 7 in tackles for a loss allowed (4.14 per game)…Freshman season (2012): Was one of three freshmen to play on the offensive line, joining Joshua Garnett and T Andrus Peat...Played in 14 games with two starts…Followed Garnett as the first true freshmen offensive linemen to start at Stanford since 2000...Averaged 25 snaps a game as the Cardinal’s “jumbo” tight end plus both offensive tackle positions during the course of the year…Wore two jersey numbers: No. 78 on the line of scrimmage and eligible No. 94 when off the line.


Given name Kyle Neil Murphy…Born in Mission Viejo, Calif. …Single…His brother, Kevin, played at Harvard from 2008-11 and with the Minnesota Vikings in 2012-13…Worked two internships in college, the first with the San Jose Earthquakes in sales and marketing after his freshman year and then as a financial analyst with Bank of America/Merrill Lynch following his junior year…High school: Three-year varsity letterwinner in football at San Clemente (Calif.) High School, playing offensive tackle and defensive end...Named an All-American by SuperPrep, PrepStar and MaxPreps and was listed as a five-star recruit by both Rivals and as the third-best high school offensive tackle and 19th top overall recruit in the nation by listed as the second-best recruit in California by and SuperPrep...Ranked as the fourth-best offensive tackle in the country by and as the top offensive lineman in the nation and 16th recruit overall by SuperPrep...Was a three-time All-South Coast Conference selection...Named Most Valuable Player of the South Coast Conference as a senior...Was a two-time All-Orange County selection by the Orange County Register...Participated in the 2012 U.S. Army All-American Bowl and received the Glenn Davis Award, given annually to a player on the West team who best epitomizes the U.S. Army’s high standards of excellence in community service, education and athletic excellence...Was a Sea View League champion in the shot put in his only year in track and field…Also played volleyball for two years…Community involvement: Was involved with Read Across America in college and also visited a children’s hospital in Long Beach, Calif. …Residence: San Clemente, Calif.