Beau Brinkley



Experience: 10 years

Height: 6-4

Age: 32

Weight: 237 lbs

College: Missouri



    Recent Games

    14RamsL 23 - 3000
    13@BearsW 33 - 2210
    11@SeahawksW 23 - 1310
    10PanthersL 10 - 3410

    Career Stats

    Offensive Line Career

    2012Tennessee Titans160
    2013Tennessee Titans160
    2014Tennessee Titans160
    2015Tennessee Titans160
    2016Tennessee Titans160
    2017Tennessee Titans160
    2018Tennessee Titans160
    2020Tennessee Titans70
    2021Arizona Cardinals30



    • Has snapped in 136 games over 10 seasons for the Tennessee Titans and Arizona Cardinals.
    • After nine seasons in Tennessee, snapped in three games for the Cardinals in 2021.
    • Appeared in all 16 games in each season for Tennessee from 2012-19.
    • Recorded a career-high 10 special teams tackles in 2013.


    • Played four seasons (2008-11) at the University of Missouri in Columbia, Mo.
    • Started his career as a preferred walk-on and won the long snapping job as a freshman in 2008.
    • Appeared in 50 career games for the Tigers and helped Missouri kickers to make a combine 79-of-98 attempts (80.6 percent) and 210-of-212 (99.1 percent) of extra point attempts.
    • Was named the Tigers' 2011 Co-Special Teams Player of the Year as a senior after snapping in all 13 games and recording five special teams tackles.
    • Appeared in 11 games as a junior and helped the Tigers rank 14th in the nation in net puntil.
    • In 2009, was named the Tigers' Special Teams Player of the Year after helping K Grant Ressel set an NCAA single-season kicking accuracy record for combined kicks, connecting on 26-of-27 field goals (96.3 percent) and 39-of-39 extra point attempts, and helped Mizzou rank fourth in the nation in team net punting (40.5 avg.).
    • Named the Tigers' Walk-On Player of the Year as a freshman in 2008 after helping K Jeff Wolfert to a perfect 73-for-73 on extra point attempts. Also made three special teams tackles as a freshman.


    • Attended Kearney (Mo.) High School where he lettered in both football and basketball.
    • Recorded 47 receptions for 750 yards (16.0 avg.) and eight touchdowns in his high school career. *