Signed by Green Bay as an undrafted free agent on May 6, 2016…Played three seasons at Idaho State, where he started 22 of 33 games played…Registered 177 tackles (70 solo), including 18½ for a loss, seven sacks, seven quarterback hits, a pass breakup and four forced fumbles…Enjoyed his most successful season as a senior in 2015, establishing career highs in tackles (92), solo tackles (42), tackles for a loss (11) and sacks (3½)…Also added three quarterback hits, a pass breakup and two forced fumbles on the season…Earned first-team All-Big Sky Conference honors…Posted seven double-digit tackle performances on the year…Recorded 10 tackles (four solo), including 2½ for a loss, vs. Portland State (Sept. 12)…Put up his second consecutive double-digit-tackle performance with 10 tackles (five solo), including two for a loss, with a sack and a pass breakup at Boise State (Sept. 18)…Posted his fifth consecutive double-digit-tackle game in the Bengals’ 37-31 victory at North Dakota (Oct. 10), posting 11 tackles (nine solo), including a sack for a 9-yard loss and a forced fumble…Recorded a career-high 15 tackles (four solo) vs. Montana (Nov. 7)…Started all 11 games as a junior in 2014, posting 56 tackles (14 solo), including 2½ for a loss, 1½ sacks and four quarterback hits…Earned second-team All-Big Sky recognition…Contributed 11 tackles (one solo), including a half-sack for a 2-yard loss, and a quarterback hit at Utah State (Sept. 6)…Totaled eight tackles (one solo), including a sack for a 9-yard loss, in the Bengals’ 44-24 homecoming victory vs. Sacramento State (Sept. 27)…Saw action in 11 games as a sophomore in 2013, posting 29 tackles (14 solo), including five for a loss, two sacks and two forced fumbles…Earned honorable mention All-Big Sky recognition…Recorded three solo tackles, including a sack for a 4-yard loss which led to a forced fumble, in his first collegiate game action vs. Dixie State (Sept. 7)…Posted a season-high four tackles (all assisted) vs. Northern Colorado (Oct. 12)…Tied his season high in tackles with four (all solo), including two for a loss of 15 yards, and a sack at Southern Utah (Oct. 26)…Prior to Idaho State, spent one season playing at Montana Western of the NAIA…Earned his degree in sports management…Played on both sides of the ball for Payette (Idaho) High School, seeing action on both the offensive and defensive lines…Lettered all four years in football and track and field, and two years in basketball…Served as a strength and conditioning intern for Idaho State…Last name is pronounced KOO-der...Has a fiancée, Lindsey; lives in Pocatello, Idaho…Given name Tyler Roland Kuder; born in Ontario, Oregon.