Former Wisconsin OL makes Pro Football Focus' mid-season All-Rookie team
Former Wisconsin center Tyler Biadasz is off to a strong start in his NFL career. For his efforts, the Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman was selected to PFF’s mid-season All-Rookie team.
No surprises here!
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Biadasz has seen more action since Joe Looney sustained an MCL sprain in Week 1. Biadasz has performed admirably against imposing defensive lines such as the Philadelphia Eagles’ and Washington Football Team’s.
Unfortunately, Biadasz will now miss 2-3 weeks after suffering a hamstring injury in warmups last week.
Biadasz was selected by the Cowboys in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft. Biadasz earned the Rimington Award in 2019, designated to the best center in college football. Biadasz was also an unanimous All-American in 2019.
Biadasz is a two-time First-team All-B1G selection.
The Wisconsin native Biadasz was initially a defensive tackle in high school. Biadasz was selected as the Tim Krumrie Award winner during his senior year, which goes to the state’s best defensive lineman.