Players

Joe Haeg
T/G #73
Height:
6-6
Weight:
305
Age:
24
College:
North Dakota State
Hometown:
Lake Shore, MN
Experience:
2

Quick Stats (2017):

G
13
GS
12
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 28 26
2017 IND 13 12
2016 IND 15 14
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 @LA L 9-46
2 ARI L 13-16
3 CLE W 31-28
4 @SEA L 18-46
5 SF W 26-23
6 @TEN L 22-36
7 JAX L 0-27
8 @CIN L 23-24
9 @HOU W 20-14
10 PIT L 17-20
12 TEN L 16-20
13 @JAX L 10-30
14 @BUF L 7-13

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CAREER TRANSACTIONS:

  • Selected by the Colts in the fifth round (155th overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft.

COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Was a four-year starter and helped lead North Dakota State to the NCAA Division I FCS National Championship all five years he was a member of the program.
  • A First Team All-America choice in 2014 and 2015, the former walk-on saw action at both the right and left tackle spots during his collegiate career with the Bison.
  • A 60-game starter, Haeg garnered numerous honors throughout his time at North Dakota State, including being named to the 2015 Walter Camp FCS All-America Team, 2015 STATS All-America first-team and receiving an invite to the 2016 Senior Bowl.

 

2015:

  • As a senior, started all 15 games at left tackle and graded out at 91 percent during the regular season with 45 knockdowns in 11 games and left as a five-time national champion.
  • Anchored an offensive line that allowed the fewest sacks (1.07 per game) and tackles for loss (4.20 per game) in the Missouri Valley Football Conference.
  • Was an All-America first-team selection by STATS, The Associated Press, FCS Athletic Directors Association, College Sporting News and Walter Camp as well as receiving All-Missouri Valley Football Conference first-team honors.
  • Named Missouri Valley Football Conference Offensive Lineman of the Week after wins over Weber State (9/12) and South Dakota State (10/3).
  • Blocked for an offense that led the conference in rushing with 236.7 yards per game and led the FCS in time of possession averaging 36:38 per game.

 

2014:

  • Started all 16 games at left tackle and blocked for an offense that ranked first in the FCS in tackles for loss allowed per game (3.38), second in time of possession (34:03) and third in total first downs (343) on the way to the program’s fourth straight national title.
  • Helped pave the way for a school record 6,916 yards of total offense and school record 1,994 rushing yards by running back John Crockett.
  • Was an All-America first-team selection by the AFCA, Sports Network, The Associated Press, FCS Athletic Directors Association and College Sporting News.
  • Named a First Team All-Missouri Valley Football Conference choice and garnered Missouri Valley Football Conference Offensive Lineman of the Week honors after victories over Iowa State (8/30) and Southern Illinois (10/11).

2013:

  • Started 14 games at right tackle for an offense that racked up a school record 3,860 yards, including two 1,000-yard rushers en route to the program’s third-consecutive NCAA Division I FCS National Championship.
  • Blocked on an offensive line that helped the Bison rank first nationally in third down conversions (55 percent), second in time of possession (33:40), third in passing efficiency, third in red zone offense (89 percent), seventh in first downs (333), seventh in rushing offense (257.3 yards per game), and 10th in scoring (38.7 points per game).
  • Named Missouri Valley Football Conference Offensive Lineman of the Week after grading out at 98 percent with eight knockdowns in a 41-26 win over Missouri State (10/12).

 

2012:

  • Started in all 15 games at right tackle for an offense that led the Missouri Valley Football Conference in scoring (31.4 points per game) and rushing offense (178.0 yards per game) and won the NCAA Division I FCS National Championship for the second straight season.
  • Blocked for an offense that had two running backs rush for 1,000 yards marking the 10th-consecutive season the Bison produced a 1,000-yard rusher.
  • Ranked second nationally in time of possession (34:21), seventh in third down conversions (51 percent), and tied for 16th in red zone offense (89 percent).

 

2011:

  • Redshirted during his freshman season.

 

PERSONAL:

  • Attended Brainerd (Minn.) High School where he was a three-time letterwinner in football and helped lead the team to the state semifinals in 2009 and 2010.
  • Earned all-state, all-section and all-conference honors as a senior and all-section honors as a junior.
  • Also played hockey in high school.
  • A native of Lake Shore, Minn.

 

CAREER COLLEGE GP/GS:

2015: 15/15

2014: 16/16

2013: 14/14

2012: 15/15

2011: 0/0

TOTAL: 60/60

CAREER TRANSACTIONS:

  • Selected by the Colts in the fifth round (155th overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft.

COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Was a four-year starter and helped lead North Dakota State to the NCAA Division I FCS National Championship all five years he was a member of the program.
  • A First Team All-America choice in 2014 and 2015, the former walk-on saw action at both the right and left tackle spots during his collegiate career with the Bison.
  • A 60-game starter, Haeg garnered numerous honors throughout his time at North Dakota State, including being named to the 2015 Walter Camp FCS All-America Team, 2015 STATS All-America first-team and receiving an invite to the 2016 Senior Bowl.

 

2015:

  • As a senior, started all 15 games at left tackle and graded out at 91 percent during the regular season with 45 knockdowns in 11 games and left as a five-time national champion.
  • Anchored an offensive line that allowed the fewest sacks (1.07 per game) and tackles for loss (4.20 per game) in the Missouri Valley Football Conference.
  • Was an All-America first-team selection by STATS, The Associated Press, FCS Athletic Directors Association, College Sporting News and Walter Camp as well as receiving All-Missouri Valley Football Conference first-team honors.
  • Named Missouri Valley Football Conference Offensive Lineman of the Week after wins over Weber State (9/12) and South Dakota State (10/3).
  • Blocked for an offense that led the conference in rushing with 236.7 yards per game and led the FCS in time of possession averaging 36:38 per game.

 

2014:

  • Started all 16 games at left tackle and blocked for an offense that ranked first in the FCS in tackles for loss allowed per game (3.38), second in time of possession (34:03) and third in total first downs (343) on the way to the program’s fourth straight national title.
  • Helped pave the way for a school record 6,916 yards of total offense and school record 1,994 rushing yards by running back John Crockett.
  • Was an All-America first-team selection by the AFCA, Sports Network, The Associated Press, FCS Athletic Directors Association and College Sporting News.
  • Named a First Team All-Missouri Valley Football Conference choice and garnered Missouri Valley Football Conference Offensive Lineman of the Week honors after victories over Iowa State (8/30) and Southern Illinois (10/11).

2013:

  • Started 14 games at right tackle for an offense that racked up a school record 3,860 yards, including two 1,000-yard rushers en route to the program’s third-consecutive NCAA Division I FCS National Championship.
  • Blocked on an offensive line that helped the Bison rank first nationally in third down conversions (55 percent), second in time of possession (33:40), third in passing efficiency, third in red zone offense (89 percent), seventh in first downs (333), seventh in rushing offense (257.3 yards per game), and 10th in scoring (38.7 points per game).
  • Named Missouri Valley Football Conference Offensive Lineman of the Week after grading out at 98 percent with eight knockdowns in a 41-26 win over Missouri State (10/12).

 

2012:

  • Started in all 15 games at right tackle for an offense that led the Missouri Valley Football Conference in scoring (31.4 points per game) and rushing offense (178.0 yards per game) and won the NCAA Division I FCS National Championship for the second straight season.
  • Blocked for an offense that had two running backs rush for 1,000 yards marking the 10th-consecutive season the Bison produced a 1,000-yard rusher.
  • Ranked second nationally in time of possession (34:21), seventh in third down conversions (51 percent), and tied for 16th in red zone offense (89 percent).

 

2011:

  • Redshirted during his freshman season.

 

PERSONAL:

  • Attended Brainerd (Minn.) High School where he was a three-time letterwinner in football and helped lead the team to the state semifinals in 2009 and 2010.
  • Earned all-state, all-section and all-conference honors as a senior and all-section honors as a junior.
  • Also played hockey in high school.
  • A native of Lake Shore, Minn.

 

CAREER COLLEGE GP/GS:

2015: 15/15

2014: 16/16

2013: 14/14

2012: 15/15

2011: 0/0

TOTAL: 60/60