- GP/GS (Playoffs): 26/2 (0/0)
- Spent his 2006 season on the practice squad for the Chicago Bears
- Was on the Bears practice squad for the 2007 season as well before being signed to the St. Louis Rams active roster with seven games remaining in the season
- Listed as a day-of-game inactive for each of the last seven remaining games
- Claimed off waivers by New England from St. Louis in 2008 on Sep. 1.
- Made his NFL debut as a reserve on 9/7 in a win against Kansas City
- Made his first NFL start at right tackle against Denver on 10/20
- In 2009, LeVoir saw most of his time playing on special teams and as an eligible receiver as a tight-end in short yardage situations
- Was a three-year starter at Notre Dame, playing from 2002-05 after redshirting in 2001.
- Started every game during his final three seasons.
- Played in 44 games with 36 starts.
- Started every game over final two seasons at right tackle after starting 12 games at left guard in 2003.
- Was the starting right tackle on a Notre Dame offense that set school records for points (440) and yards (5,728) in 2005.
- Member of Irish offensive line that helped Julius Jones rush for a school-record 262 yards vs. Pittsburgh in 2003.
- Mark Jacob LeVoir was born on July 29, 1982 in Minneapolis, Minn.
- Standout tight end at Eden Prairie (Minn.) High, catching 16 passes for 189 yards and four touchdowns as a senior and 21 passes for 350 yards and 11 touchdowns as a junior.
- First-team All-America selection by Parade and USA Today.
- Helped lead Eden Prairie to state championship as a senior.
- Played tight end, fullback, tailback, wideout and punter as a senior.
- His grandfather, Marvin LeVoir, played football at the University of Minnesota.
- Graduated from Notre Dame’s College of Arts and Letters in May of 2005 with a degree in anthropology and computer applications.
- Attended the NFL Business Management and Entrepreneurial Program at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in February of 2010.
- As a senior at Notre Dame in 2005, Mark played on a Fighting Irish offense that set school records for most points (440) and most yards gained (5,728) in former Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis’ first year as Notre Dame’s head coach.