One of just two undrafted rookies to make the Chargers’ opening day roster, Spencer Pulley went on to play in all 16 games for the Bolts in 2016. A versatile performer, Pulley saw action at center and both guard spots during his rookie campaign.
TRANSACTION HISTORY: Signed with Chargers, May 10, 2016.
2016: NFL debut Sept. 11 at Kansas City...saw offensive line action at both left and right guard...Oct. 2 vs. New Orleans took over at right guard when injury to Chris Hairston forced re-shuffling of offensive line...took over for injured Orlando Franklin (concussion) at left guard late in third quarter of Nov. 6 win vs. Tennessee (43-35)...helped Melvin Gordon rush for final 84 of 196 yards in final quarter, including two key third-down runs late in contest to put game away...replaced injured Franklin at left guard Dec. 11 at Carolina...took over at center for injured Matt Slauson Dec. 24 at Cleveland.
COLLEGE: Three-time SEC Academic Honor Roll...team captain as senior...started 41 career games, including 37-straight...SEC Offensive Lineman of Week after 2015 win over Missouri...started at center as senior after starting at right guard as sophomore and junior...played at Vanderbilt from 2011-15...human and organizational development major.
PERSONAL: Born in Memphis, Tenn. ...team captain as senior at Evangelical Christian High in Cordova, Tenn. ...Division II-Class A Mr. Football Award as state’s top lineman as senior left tackle...also first-team Division II-A All-State and district offensive line MVP...played in Tennessee East-West All-Star Game...three-year letterman in track and field.