Two former Tigers nominated for prestigious NFL Award

A pair of former Clemson offensive lineman have been nominated for the NFL’s most prestigious honor.

 which is an award nominated annually to players who are making a big impact both on the playing field and in their community.

A pair of former Clemson offensive lineman have been nominated for the NFL’s most prestigious honor.

Shatley, who played for the Tigers from 2009-13, first signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars back in 2014 as an undrafted rookie and has played all nine of his seasons in the NFL with the Jaguars.

 Jacksonville head coach Doug Pederson shared the news with his team on Tuesday morning.

“It was an honor to recently share with our team that Tyler is the Jaguars’ 2022 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year nominee,” said Jaguars Head Coach Doug Pederson.

“Without exception, everyone welcomed the news and was thrilled for Tyler and his family. Tyler is a terrific teammate and a man of high character and integrity,

who long ago established himself as a leader in our building and in the Jacksonville community, so it is fitting that he be recognized for such a prestigious league honor.”

Anchrum spent four seasons (2016-19) in the Clemson uniform before being drafted by the Rams in the 2020 NFL Draft.

 The Peach State native has spent all three of his seasons in the NFL in Los Angeles.

A pair of former Clemson offensive lineman have been nominated for the NFL’s most prestigious honor.

Anchrum is currently on the NFL IR recovering from surgery back in September after fracturing his fibula in his first career start against the Atlanta Falcons.

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