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Rex Burkhead

RB Houston Texans

#28

ACT-NFL

Bio

Height

5'10"

Age

32

College

Nebraska

Weight

215

Division

AFC South

Drafted

2013 Rd 6, Pk 190, CIN

Hometown

Lexington, KY, USA

2021 Season

RUSH

427

TD

3

YPC

3.5

YDS

186

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2021 Stats

Splits YDS REC TRG LONG YPG
Regular Season 427 25 32 36 3.5
Last 5 Games 80 12 13 8 2.9
Career 1 155 204 36 3.1
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