Re-signed by Green Bay on January 18, 2016…Originally signed by the Packers as an undrafted free agent on May 8, 2015…Released in the final roster reduction on Sept. 5, 2015…Signed to Green Bay’s practice squad on Sept. 7, 2015…Spent the entire season on the practice squad…Lettered four years at the University of Pittsburgh, appearing in 46 games with 40 starts at both the right tackle and right guard positions…Started all 13 games at right guard as a senior in 2014…Named second-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference by the league’s head coaches and was a third-team pick by the media…Played in the Medal of Honor Bowl all-star game in Charleston, S.C. …Helped provide the push up front that led to sophomore RB James Conner setting Pittsburgh single-season records for rushing touchdowns (26), total touchdowns (26) and points (156), and later being named ACC Player of the Year and Offensive Player of the Year by the league’s media and coaches…Was named the ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week, the first Pittsburgh player to win the award, in Pittsburgh’s home-opening 62-0 win over Delaware (Aug. 30) as the ground game amassed a season-high 409 rushing yards…Blocked for Conner as he gained a career- and season-high 263 rushing yards and three TDs vs. Duke (Nov. 1)…Started all 12 games at right guard as a junior in 2013…Was named an honorable mention All-ACC selection by the media…Allowed time in the pocket for senior QB and first-year starter Tom Savage to rack up 2,958 yards and 21 TDs with a 61.0 completion percentage…Provided time and protection for Savage at Duke (Sept. 21), helping him post one of the best single-game passing performances in Pittsburgh history as he threw for 424 yards and six TD passes, tying the single-game ACC touchdown record…Started all 13 games on the offensive line as a sophomore in 2012…Made 12 starts at right tackle and started at right guard in the BBVA Compass Bowl vs. Ole Miss…Contributed to senior QB Tino Sunseri’s success as he went on to throw for 21 touchdowns and 3,288 yards, the second-highest single-season passing yardage total in Pittsburgh history…Helped protect Sunseri as he went on to throw 271 consecutive passes without an interception, a streak that spanned five months…Played in eight games and started two as a redshirt freshman in 2011…Suffered a season-ending ankle fracture vs. Connecticut (Oct. 26)…Earned his bachelor’s degree in communications and his master’s in administration and policy studies…Was a three-year starter at North Olmsted (Ohio) High School, where he played T and DE and registered more than 120 pancake blocks during his career…Recorded 65 pancake blocks as a senior, an average of nearly seven per game…Graded out at 90 percent efficiency in his blocking assignments…Was an All-Ohio Division I performer, PrepStar All-Midwest Region choice, first-team Northeast Lakes All-District selection, first-team All-Southwestern Conference choice, a member of the Cleveland Plain Dealer All-Star Team, and the North Olmsted team MVP and captain…Selected to play in the Big 33 Football Classic and OHSFCA North-South Classic all-star game…Rated one of the top 50 players in the Midwest region by SuperPrep…Spoke to elementary-school students, worked with Read Across America and also served the Healthy Heart for Kids program at the YMCA through the American Heart Association that focused on the importance of fitness and being active…Worked in construction during high school…His younger brother, Jeff, is a sophomore OT at Youngstown State…Has known teammate Jake Ryan since he was younger and the two lived a few blocks from each other in Ohio…Knows sign language…Last name is pronounced RAH-ther-um…Single, lives in North Olmsted, Ohio…Given name Matthew Robert Rotheram; born in Cleveland.