Former Penn State offensive lineman Stefen Wisniewski is a Super Bowl champion.
Wisniewski started at left guard for the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, helping the Birds' offense rack up an insane 538 yards of total offense. He was his usual, bulldozing self on run blocks and did a fantastic job in pass protection. As a unit, the Eagles didn't allow a single sack and kept Nick Foles' passing lanes clear, allowing him to throw for 373 yards on his way to being named Super Bowl MVP.
A four-year starter for Penn State, Wisniewski was selected by the Raiders in the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft. He spent four years in Oakland and a year in Jacksonville before joining the Eagles before 2016 season.
He becomes the 40th Penn Stater to get a Super Bowl ring.