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Tyler Biadasz was born on November 20, 1997, he is an American football center for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Wisconsin and was drafted by the Cowboys in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft.

Biadasz attended Amherst High School in Amherst, Wisconsin. He was named first-team all-state after his junior and senior seasons as a defensive tackle. The state coaches also named him honorable-mention All-state on offense both years.

Biadasz was redshirted and converted into a center. As a freshman, he started all 14 games, while receiving freshman All-American and third-team All-Big Ten honors.

As a sophomore, he again served as the anchor of the offensive line and started all 13 games. After the 2018 season, Biadasz consulted with the NFL Draft Advisory Committee and received a grade of “return to school”.

In early 2019, Biadasz underwent hip surgery and missed spring practices. Before the season, he was named to preseason All-American teams by College Football News and Sporting News and was also identified as a candidate for the Rimington Award.

He started all 14 games, became the first Rimington Trophy winner in school history as the nation’s top center, and was named a first-team All-American. He had arthroscopic surgery on the AC joint in his shoulder after the season.

Biadasz was selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the fourth round (146th overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft. As a rookie, he replaced an injured Joe Looney in the starting lineup of the fifth game against the New York Giants. He started 4 straight games, until suffering a hamstring injury during warmups in the ninth game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

He was placed on injured reserve on November 21, 2020. He was activated on December 12, 2020. Looney started at center in the last 8 contests of the season. In 2021, he began the Organized Team Activities in the preseason as the starter at center.

Contract and Salary

He signed a 4 year, $96,000,000 contract, including a $21,500,000 signing bonus, $70,000,000 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $24,000,000.

Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of between $1 million to $3 million.


He is 6 feet 3 inches tall



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2021Buffalo Bills17103122511.961106664.1124
2020Buffalo Bills16127153512.15587357.5205
2019Minnesota Vikings1563113017.96664165.1208
2018Minnesota Vikings151021021107594948132
2017Minnesota Vikings146484913.35984265.6143
2016Minnesota Vikings138490310.84634756103
2015Minnesota Vikings135272013.84043159.6131


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2019Minnesota Vikings1556112.2270360100
2018Minnesota Vikings1510626.2200330100
2017Minnesota Vikings148131.690112.5000
2016Minnesota Vikings133103.3120133.3000
2015Minnesota Vikings133134.3100133.3000


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2020Buffalo Bills16
2019Minnesota Vikings15100000000000039.6
2018Minnesota Vikings15
2017Minnesota Vikings14
2016Minnesota Vikings13
2015Minnesota Vikings13

Kick Return

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2020Buffalo Bills16
2019Minnesota Vikings15
2018Minnesota Vikings15
2017Minnesota Vikings14
2016Minnesota Vikings13
2015Minnesota Vikings13122222201000

Punt Return

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2020Buffalo Bills16
2019Minnesota Vikings15
2018Minnesota Vikings15
2017Minnesota Vikings14
2016Minnesota Vikings136457.51900010
2015Minnesota Vikings13


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2020Buffalo Bills160
2019Minnesota Vikings15430
2018Minnesota Vikings150001
2017Minnesota Vikings140
2016Minnesota Vikings130
2015Minnesota Vikings130


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2021Buffalo Bills17330000
2020Buffalo Bills16110000
2019Minnesota Vikings15220000
2018Minnesota Vikings15110000
2017Minnesota Vikings14220000
2016Minnesota Vikings13110000
2015Minnesota Vikings13220000


He is 83 kg

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