Lucas Patrick – Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, Duke University


CHICAGO BEARS: “After spending his entire career in Green Bay, Brentwood alum Lucas Patrick has picked a new NFC North team for his next home.  Patrick agreed to terms on a two-year deal with the Chicago Bears, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. It’s one worth $8 million over two years, with $4 million fully guaranteed in year one. Patrick worked his way from being an undrafted free agent out of Duke in 2016 to a valuable, flexible guard and center for the Packers. He’s started in 34 games in his career at both spots, and has played in 73. Patrick is a Brentwood High School alum, graduating in 2011.” – Source: Williamson Homepage, March 2022

GREEN BAY PACKERS:  Enters his seventh NFL season and first season with the Bears in 2022 after spending the previous sixth seasons in Green Bay.  Has played in 73 games throughout his career with 34 starts. Originally signed by the Packers as an UDFA in 2016. In 2020, helped the Packers tie for No. 2 in the NFL in sacks allowed (21), the fourth fewest by Green Bay in a 16-game season. Part of a line that allowed one sack or zero sacks in a league-best 13 games, including four zero-sack games.  – Source:

DUKE UNIVERSITY: Lettered four seasons (2012-13-14-15) … played in 44 career games (26 starts) … started 21 consecutive contests at left guard to close career … honorable mention All-ACC selection by both the league’s head coaches and Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association in 2015 … ESPN All-Bowl Team pick following New Era Pinstripe Bowl … first career start came in the 2013 Chick-fil-A Bowl against Texas A&M as Duke amassed 48 points and 661 yards of total offense … helped Duke to 33 wins including the 2013 ACC Coastal Division championship and four bowl game appearances (2012 Belk, 2013 Chick-fil-A, 2014 Hyundai Sun and 2015 New Era Pinstripe) … on the field for 2,211 career snaps … represented Duke at the January 17, 2016, Tropic Bowl in North Miami Beach, Fla. – Source:

BRENTWOOD HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterman at Brentwood under coach Ron Crawford … charted as the No. 25 offensive guard in the nation by … listed as the No. 31 offensive guard in the nation by … helped Brentwood to 29 wins and three state playoff berths … SuperPrep All-Dixie Region and first team all-state (6A) choice by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association in 2010 … named to The Tennessean’s 2010 Dream Team … served as team captain as a senior … selected to play in the annual Toyota Tennessee East vs. West All-Star Classic on December 11, 2010 in Jefferson City, Tenn. … also participated in track and field.  Source: