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Isaac Sowells
G #79
Height:
6-3
Weight:
315
College:
Indiana
Hometown:
Louisville, KY
Experience:
4
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YearTeamGGS
TOTAL 17 0
2008 CLE 16 0
2007 CLE 0 0
2006 CLE 1 0

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Bio

Fourth-year NFL player signed with Bengals as a free agent on 6-1-10 … A fourth-round draft selection by Cleveland in 2006, he spent the ’06 through ’08 seasons with the Browns, playing in 17 games.

Fourth-year NFL player signed with Bengals as a free agent on 6-1-10 … A fourth-round draft selection by Cleveland in 2006, he spent the ’06 through ’08 seasons with the Browns, playing in 17 games.

2009 RECAP: Opened preseason with Cleveland … Played in all four preseason games, with a start at LT on Sept. 3 at Chicago … Waived on Sept. 6 … Not under NFL contract during the regular season.

PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2008—Played in every game for Cleveland, mostly on special teams … Saw action at RT on Sept. 28 at Cincinnati, replacing injured Kevin Shaffer.

2007—Inactive for Browns in 15 games … Active-DNP on Nov. 11 at Pittsburgh.

2006—Drafted by Cleveland in fourth round (112th overall) … Made season-opening roster, and inactive for Games 1-14 … Active-DNP on Dec. 24 vs. Tampa Bay … Made NFL debut Dec. 31 at Houston, seeing some action at RT.  

COLLEGE: Four-year letterman at Indiana, and starter at LT for his final three seasons … As a senior, helped offense generate 350.8 yards per game, and credited with 73 key blocks and seven touchdown-resulting blocks.

PERSONAL: Hometown is Louisville, Ky. … Attended Doss High School, where he was a four-year starter at T and DE … Also at Doss, played basketball and competed in track in field … Active in community service with Browns, he supported Children’s Hospital, NFL Hometown Huddle, Rainbow Babies and Shoes & Clothes for Kids … An avid bowler … Married (wife Latrese) with a son, Isaac Jr. … Last name pronounced as “souls.”

*NOTE: Sowells did not earn an accrued year of experience toward NFL free agency in 2009 because he was not on a 53-player roster, a Reserve/Injured list or a Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform list for the required minimum of six games. He is designated a fourth-year player in 2010.

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