Robert Woods (wide receiver)

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Robert Woods
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Woods with the Buffalo Bills in 2016
No. 17 – Los Angeles Rams
Position:Wide receiver
Personal information
Born: (1992-04-10) April 10, 1992 (age 26)
Gardena, California
Height:6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Weight:195 lb (88 kg)
Career information
High school:Junípero Serra
(Gardena, California)
College:USC
NFL Draft:2013 / Round: 2 / Pick: 41
Career history
Roster status:Active
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics as of Week 17, 2018
Receptions:345
Receiving yards:4,451
Receiving touchdowns:23
Player stats at NFL.com

Robert Thomas Woods (born April 10, 1992) is an American football wide receiver for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at USC, where he was recognized as a consensus All-American. He was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft.

Early years[edit]

Woods was born in Gardena, California on April 10, 1992. He attended and played high school football and ran track at Junípero Serra High School in Gardena, California, where he was a teammate of George Farmer and Marqise Lee.[1] In his junior year, in 2008, Woods had 81 receptions for 1,378 yards and 19 touchdowns to go along with 15 carries for 124 rushing yards on offense. He also had 87 tackles, seven interceptions, and one fumble recovery on defense.[2]

In his senior year, in 2009, Woods caught 66 passes for 1,112 yards, had five carries for 70 yards, and had 96 total tackles along with eight interceptions and a forced fumble on defense for the Serra Cavaliers.[3] In his senior year, his team won the CIF Northwestern Division Championship defeating west coast power house Oaks Christian, ending their winning streak at 34. His team would then play and beat Marin Catholic 24–20 to win the CIF Division 3 state championship and complete the season undefeated 15–0.[4] They ranked fifth in the West according to USA Today.[5] Following his senior season, Woods was recognized as a USA Today high school All-American and played in the 2010 U.S. Army All-American Bowl. As an accomplished sprinter, Woods was a 2010 All-USA high school track & field selection by USA Today. He recorded personal bests of 21.04 seconds in the 200 meter dash, and 46.17 seconds in the 400 meter dash.[6] Woods' 400 meters time of 46.17 ranked him #11 on the 2010 World Junior list, #4 in the USA.[7] At the 2010 CIF California State Meet, Woods finished runner-up in the 400 metres to Joshua Mance in a photo finish.[8] He placed third in the 200 metres, behind Remontay McClain and Davonte Stewart. He had career-bests of 21.04 seconds in the 200 metres and 46.17 seconds in the 400 metres. He graduated in 2010. Scout.com rated him as the No. 11 prospect overall and No. 1 wide receiver prospect.[9] Rivals.com listed him as the nation's No. 6 overall recruit, and the No. 1 ranked athlete.[10] He accepted a scholarship to attend the University of Southern California.[11]

College career[edit]

Woods played college football for the USC Trojans football from 2010 to 2012 under head coach Lane Kiffin.[12]

2010 season[edit]

Woods was an immediate contributer for the Trojans as a freshman. In his first collegiate game, at Hawaii, he had four receptions for 46 receiving yards.[13] On September 18, against Minnesota, he had his first collegiate touchdown on a 97-yard kickoff return.[14] On September 25, against Washington State, he had his first collegiate receiving touchdown, a 11-yard reception from quarterback Matt Barkley.[15] On October 9, he had a breakout performance with 12 receptions for 224 receiving yards and three receiving touchdowns against Stanford.[16] In his next game, he had seven receptions for 116 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns against California.[17] Overall, he finished his freshman season with 65 receptions for 792 receiving yards and six receiving touchdowns.[18] In addition, he was a prolific kickoff returner, finishing first in the Pac-10 that year in kickoff returns with 38 and kickoff return yards with 971.[19]

2011 season[edit]

Woods started his sophomore season with a strong performance against Minnesota with 17 receptions for 177 receiving yards and three receiving touchdowns.[20] On September 24, in a game at Arizona State, he had eight receptions for 131 receiving yards.[21] In the following game, against Arizona, Woods had a stellar performance with 14 receptions for 255 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns.[22] On October 22, against Notre Dame, he had 12 receptions for 119 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns.[23] On November 4, against Colorado, he had nine receptions for 130 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns.[24] On November 19, he had seven receptions for 53 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns against Oregon.[25] The next week, against UCLA, he had 12 receptions for 113 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns.[26] Overall, he finished his sophomore season with 111 receptions for 1,292 receiving yards and 15 receiving touchdowns.[27] He led the Pac-12 in receptions and receiving touchdowns and finished fourth in the conference in receiving yards.[28] As a result of his stellar sophomore season, Woods was one of three finalists for the 2011 Biletnikoff Award and Maxwell Award.[29] In addition, he was named as a Consensus All-American.[30]

2012 season[edit]

Woods started his junior season with six receptions for 42 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns against Hawaii.[31] In the next game, against Syracuse, he had 10 receptions for 93 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns.[32] Over the next four games, he had 20 receptions for 225 receiving yards and one receiving touchdown. On October 20, against Colorado, he had eight receptions for 132 receiving yards and four receiving touchdowns.[33] In the final five games of the season, he finished with 30 receptions for 357 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns.[34] Woods declared for the 2013 NFL Draft after his junior season.[35]

Collegiate statistics[edit]

The following table lists Woods' career statistics:[36]

Year Team GP Rec Rec Yds Avg Rec TD Rush Rush Yds Avg TD
2010 USC 13 65 792 12.2 6 6 50 8.3 0
2011 USC 12 111 1,292 11.6 15 7 16 2.3 0
2012 USC 13 76 846 11.1 11 1 76 76.0 0
Career 38 253 2,930 11.6 32 14 142 10.1 0

Professional career[edit]

Prior to his junior season in April 2012, Woods was projected a top five prospect and ranked as the top wide receiver prospect in the next NFL Draft.[37][38] By mid-season, Woods' draft projection fell to the late first round, due to his declining role in the Trojans' offense and the emergence of Marqise Lee.

External video
Robert Woods' NFL Combine Workout
Pre-draft measurables
Ht Wt Arm length Hand size 40-yard dash 10-yd split 20-yd split 20-ss 3-cone Vert jump Broad BP
6 ft 0 in
(1.83 m)
201 lb
(91 kg)
31 in
(0.79 m)
9 14 in
(0.23 m)
4.51 s 1.61 s 2.50 s 4.36 s 7.15 s 33.5 in
(0.85 m)
9 ft 9 in
(2.97 m)
14 reps
All values from NFL Combine[39]

Buffalo Bills[edit]

The Buffalo Bills drafted Woods in the second round (41st overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft. Woods was the fifth wide receiver drafted and was the first of two wide receivers selected by the Bills in 2013, before third round pick (78th overall) Marquise Goodwin.[40]

External video
Bills draft Robert Woods 41st overall
NFL Draft Profile: Robert Woods

2013[edit]

On May 20, 2013, the Buffalo Bills signed Woods to a four-year, $4.86 million contract that includes $2.49 million guaranteed and a signing bonus of $1.91 million.[41][42]

Throughout training camp, Woods competed to be the secondary starting wide receiver against T. J. Graham and Brad Smith.[43][44] Head coach Doug Marrone named Stevie Johnson and Woods the starting wide receivers to begin the regular season.[45]

Woods made his professional regular season debut and first NFL start in the season-opener against the New England Patriots and caught his first NFL touchdown on an 18-yard pass from quarterback E. J. Manuel in their 23–21 loss. The touchdown also marked his first career reception.[46] In Week 9, Woods caught four passes for 44 receiving yards before exiting in the third quarter of a 23–13 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs due to an ankle injury. He remained inactive for the next two games (Weeks 10–11).[47] On December 15, 2013, Woods caught a season-high five passes for 82 yards and scored his third touchdown of the season during a 27–20 win at the Jacksonville Jaguars. On December 22, Woods was ejected for throwing a punch at safety Reshad Jones after the two engaged in a tussle during the Bills' 19–0 win against the Miami Dolphins.[48]

Woods finished his rookie season with 40 receptions for 587 receiving yards and three touchdowns in 14 games and 14 starts.[49][50]

2014[edit]

During training camp, Woods competed to retain his role as a starting wide receiver against Mike Williams and Chris Hogan.[51] Doug Marrone named Woods and rookie Sammy Watkins as the starting wide receivers to begin the regular season, although Mike Williams started at wide receiver in all four preseason games.[52]

On November 24, 2014, Woods caught a season-high nine passes for 118 yards and a touchdown during a 38–3 victory against the New York Jets in Week 14. The game took place at Ford Field in Detroit due to a snowstorm in New York.[53]

Woods finished his second season with a career-high 65 receptions for 699 receiving yards and five touchdowns in 16 games and 15 starts.[54] He finished second on the team in all three categories and also recorded four combined tackles on special teams.[55]

2015[edit]

On January 1, 2015, Buffalo Bills' head coach Doug Marrone chose to opt out of his contract and resigned from his head coaching position.[56] On January 13, the Bills announced their decision to hire former New York Jets' head coach Rex Ryan as their new head coach.[57] Woods competed against Percy Harvin to be the No. 2 starting wide receiver during training camp.[58] Ryan named Woods the third wide receiver on the Bills' depth chart to start the regular season in 2015, behind Sammy Watkins and Percy Harvin. Woods replaced Harvin in the starting lineup after Harvin was placed on injured reserve due to a season-ending knee injury.[59] On October 25, 2015, Woods caught a season-high nine passes for 84 yards and a touchdown during a 34–31 loss at the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 7. In Week 14, Woods made five receptions for a season-high 106 yards in the Bills' 26–20 loss at the Philadelphia Eagles.[60] On December 22, 2015, the Bills officially placed Woods on injured reserve after he aggravated a groin injury he sustained during training camp. His injury sidelined him for the last two games (Weeks 16–17) of the regular season.[61][62] Woods finished his first season under new offensive coordinator Greg Roman with 47 receptions for 552 receiving yards and three touchdowns in 14 games and nine starts.[63]

2016[edit]

Woods entered training camp as a starting wide receiver in 2016.[64] Rex Ryan retained Woods and Sammy Watkins as the starting wide receiver tandem to begin the regular season in 2016.[65] Woods was inactive during the Bills' Week 7 loss at the Miami Dolphins due to a foot injury.[66] On November 7, 2016, Woods caught a season-high ten passes for 162 yards during a 31–25 loss at the Seattle Seahawks in Week 9. Woods was sidelined for two games (Weeks 12–13) due to a knee injury.[67] He finished his fourth season with 51 receptions for 613 receiving yards and a touchdown in 13 games and ten starts.[68]

Los Angeles Rams[edit]

On March 9, 2017, Woods was signed by the Los Angeles Rams to a five-year, $34 million contract that includes $15 million guaranteed.[41][69]

2017[edit]

Woods entered training camp slated as the No. 1 starting wide receiver. Head coach Sean McVay named Woods and Sammy Watkins the starting wide receivers to begin the regular season.[70]

On September 21, 2017, Woods caught six passes for 108 yards in the Rams' 41–39 victory at the San Francisco 49ers on Thursday Night Football in Week 3. In Week 8, he had four catches for 70 yards and caught two touchdowns during a 51–17 win at the New York Giants. The performance marked Woods' first multi-touchdown game of his career. On November 12, 2017, Woods caught eight passes for a season-high 171 receiving yards and two touchdowns in a 33–7 victory against the Houston Texans in Week 9.[71] During the game, Woods caught a 94-yard touchdown reception to set a franchise record for the longest touchdown reception since 1964.[62][72] It was the most receiving yards by a Rams player since Torry Holt had 200 receiving yards in a 2003 game against the San Francisco 49ers.[73] [74] On November 19, 2017, Woods caught a season-high eight passes for 81 yards during a 24–7 loss at the Minnesota Vikings in Week 11. Woods sustained a shoulder injury in the fourth quarter and was inactive for the next three games (Weeks 12–14).[75] Head coach Sean McVay decided to rest Woods, along with multiple starters, for the Rams' Week 17 loss to the San Francisco 49ers in preparation for the playoffs.[76] Woods finished his first season with the Los Angeles Rams with 56 receptions for a career-high 781 receiving yards and five touchdown receptions in 12 games and 11 starts.[77]

The Rams finished the 2017 season with an 11–5 record, clinching the NFC West.[78] On January 6, 2018, Woods started in his first playoff game and caught a game-high nine passes for 142 yards during the Rams' 26–13 loss to the Atlanta Falcons in the Wild Card Round.[79]

2018 season[edit]

Woods in 2018

Woods returned as the Rams' No. 1 wide receiver and started alongside Cooper Kupp and offseason acquisition Brandin Cooks.[80] On September 23, 2018, Woods caught ten receptions for 104 receiving yards and two touchdowns in a 35–23 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 3.[81] In the next game, a 38–31 victory over the Minnesota Vikings in Week 4, he had five receptions for 101 receiving yards and a touchdown.[82] During a Week 6 victory over the Denver Broncos, he had seven receptions for 109 yards.[83] During Week 14 against the Chicago Bears, Woods caught seven passes for 61 yards as the Rams lost 15-6.[84] Woods reached 1,000 receiving yards for the season for the first time in his career in this game. He finished the 2018 season with 86 receptions for 1,219 receiving yards and six receiving touchdowns.[85] In the playoffs, Woods helped the Rams defeat the Dallas Cowboys in the Divisional Round with six receptions for 69 receiving yards in the 30-22 victory.[86] Woods had six receptions for 33 receiving yards as the Rams defeated the New Orleans Saints in overtime by a score of 26–23 in the NFC Championship to reach Super Bowl LIII where they faced the New England Patriots.[87] In the Super Bowl, Woods recorded five catches for 70 receiving yards and 1 carry for 5 yards but the Rams lost by a score of 13-3 in the lowest-scoring Super Bowl in history.[88]

Career Statistics[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Season Team GP GS Receiving Rushing Fumbles
Rec Yds Avg Lng TD Att Yds Avg Lng TD Fum Lost
2013 BUF 14 14 40 587 14.7 57 3 2 16 8.0 13 0 -- --
2014 BUF 16 15 65 699 10.8 37 5 -- -- -- -- -- 1 1
2015 BUF 14 9 47 552 11.7 37 3 1 0 0.0 0 0 2 1
2016 BUF 13 10 51 613 12.0 34 1 1 6 6.0 6 0 -- --
2017 LAR 12 11 56 781 13.9 94T 5 2 12 6.0 8 0 1 1
2018 LAR 16 16 86 1,219 14.2 39T 6 19 157 8.3 56 1 -- --
Career 85 75 345 4,451 12.9 94 23 25 191 7.6 56 1 4 3

Postseason[edit]

Season Team GP GS Receiving Rushing Fumbles
Rec Yds Avg Lng TD Att Yds Avg Lng TD Fum Lost
2017 LAR 1 1 9 142 15.8 38 0 -- -- 0.0 -- -- -- --
2018 LAR 3 3 17 172 10.1 18 0 4 11 2.8 9 0 -- --
Total 4 4 26 314 12.1 38 0 4 11 2.8 9 0 0 0

Personal life[edit]

Woods lost his sister, Olivia, to cancer on April 19, 2007. Her death and final words to him motivated Robert to pursue his goals of making it into the NFL and finishing his college degree. Robert honored her in his commencement speech upon graduating from USC.[89]

On July 7, 2018, Woods married longtime partner Alexandra Barbee.[90]

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