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Was a semifinalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy, college football's premier scholar-athlete award presented by the National Football Foundation ... Also was a semifinalist for a National Football Foundation Post-Graduate scholarship and earned second-team Pac-10 All-Academic honors ... Named offensive winner of UCLA's N.N. Sugarman Award for Best Leadership and also earned the Jack R. Robinson Award for Highest Scholarship of a Senior Player ... Tied for fourth on the team in receptions with 29 ... Began the season on the Mackey Award watch list ... Made one catch against San Diego State (5) ... Totaled two catches (22), one for 14 yards at Tennessee ... Two receptions (23) versus Kansas State ... At Stanford, he caught two passes (14) ... Made one reception (26) versus Oregon ... Tied for the team lead with a career-high matching five catches for a career-best 96 yards against Cal ... Dragged three Cal defenders for several yards on a 48-yard catch-and-run ... At Arizona, he tied for the team lead with three grabs (23).
Made four catches at Oregon State (29), one for 22 yards on the game-tying drive ... Hauled in a career-long 56-yard catch-and-run against Washington on UCLA's opening drive ... Made two catches at WSU (27) ... Added two catches versus Arizona State (9) ... Made one reception at USC (1) ... Caught three balls in the bowl win over Temple (44). 2008 - Started his 26th career game in the season-opener against Tennessee ... Caught one pass for 18 yards before departing in the first quarter with a fractured right foot ... Had surgery on Sept. 5 and sat out the remainder of the season, snapping a streak of 23 consecutive starts ... Named to the 2008 Mackey Award watch list ... In early October, he was named a semifinalist for the Draddy Award, presented by the National Football Foundation for all-around excellence and academic achievement ... Earned honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic team honors.
Started his 26th career game in the season-opener against Tennessee ... Caught one pass for 18 yards before departing in the first quarter with a fractured right foot ... Had surgery on Sept. 5 and sat out the remainder of the season, snapping a streak of 23 consecutive starts ... Named to the 2008 Mackey Award watch list ... In early October, he was named a semifinalist for the Draddy Award, presented by the National Football Foundation for all-around excellence and academic achievement ... Earned honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic team honors.
Started in all 13 games ... Listed on the John Mackey Award Watch List to begin the season, he was named Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention ... Made one reception for 11 yards at Stanford in the opener ... Did not catch a pass versus BYU ... Against Utah, he made two receptions for 32 yards and two first downs ... Did not make a reception against Washington or Oregon State ... Made one reception for 12 yards against Notre Dame ... In the win over California, he made two receptions for 22 yards, including the first touchdown (two yards) of his career ... Made two catches for eight yards at Washington State ... Did not make a catch at Arizona ... Made two receptions for 16 yards against Arizona State ... Did not make a catch versus Oregon and USC ... In the Las Vegas Bowl, he made his 22nd consecutive start and made two catches for 43 yards, including a 36-yard catch-and-run to set up the potential game-winning field goal.
Saw action in all 13 games at tight end ... Started 12 times, missing only against Stanford when the Bruins opened with three wide receivers ... On the year, he was fourth on the squad with 27 receptions and third (tied) with 331 receiving yards and 18 first downs... Paulsen was co-winner of UCLA's Captain Don Brown Memorial Award for Most Improved Player ... Made his first career start in the opener against Utah and responded by leading the Bruins with five receptions for 90 yards ... He made a 46-yard reception, UCLA's longest of the day, on the first touchdown drive of the second half ... On the day, he had two receptions of at least 20 yards and produced four first downs ... He also started versus Rice but did not make a reception ... He started at Washington and made one catch for 14 yards ... Against Stanford, he came off the bench (the Bruins did not open with a tight end) and tied for the team lead with four receptions for 40 yards ... He made three catches for 33 yards and a first down on UCLA's first touchdown drive of the second half ... In the game against Arizona, he had one reception for 18 yards, two plays before UCLA's first touchdown ... He made one reception for eight yards at Oregon ... At Notre Dame, he started and did not make a reception ... Versus Washington State, he made three receptions for 27 yards, including one for 14 yards and a second for 13 yards ... At California, he made four receptions for 74 yards and four first downs ... He made one catch for four yards against Oregon State ... At Arizona State, he made one reception for 17 yards ... Against USC, he made four receptions, second on the squad, for 21 yards and two first downs, one on UCLA's go-ahead field goal drive ... He made two receptions for 18 yards and one first down versus Florida State in the Emerald Bowl.
As a true freshman, he saw action in six games ... Played 16 snaps versus Rice and 14 against Oregon State ... On the year, made two catches for 33 yards ... Made a 29-yard grab in the Rice game ... Had one catch for four yards at Arizona ... Also saw some action on the kickoff return special teams unit.
Lettered three seasons as a tight end, defensive end and punter at Chaminade College Preparatory School in West Hills, CA for coach Ben McEnroe ... SuperPrep All-California (No. 36 player) ... Four-star selection by scout.com ... Rated No. 15 TE nationally by scout.com ... Three-star selection by rivals.com ... Rated No. 16 nationally among tight ends by rivals.com ... No. 38 player in California by rivals.com ... Rated No. 17 TE nationally by collegefootballnews.com ... Ranked No. 32 player in California by scout.com ... PrepStar All-Region selection as a defensive lineman ... Member of Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... All-CIF-SS Division III ... L.A. Times All-San Fernando Valley ... Named first-team All-Mission League as a senior and junior ... As a senior, he made 36 receptions for 513 yards and two TDs on offense and 37 tackles, nine sacks and 15 tackles for losses on defense.
Pre-season All-American by SuperPrep ... Rated No. 27 player in CA/NV/HI by SuperPrep ... Pre-season No. 48 player in West by scout.com ... As a junior, he made 26 receptions for 316 yards and two touchdowns on offense and 52 tackles, including a school record 24 sacks, as a defensive end ... Also lettered four seasons in soccer as a sweeper, stopper, striker and goalie for coach Jose Mejia ... Earned first-team All-CIF honors in soccer in his junior and senior seasons and was team captain and MVP as a senior ... Played two seasons (2002-03) at the premier level of club soccer ... Lettered three seasons in track (110 hurdles, 300 hurdles, 400m and relays) for coach Matt Kurtsetter ... Named to the CIF All-Academic team in track as a junior ... Named Male Athlete of the Year as senior, junior and sophomore at his school.
Full Name: Logan Sindre Paulsen ... Born: February 26, 1987 in Northridge, CA ... Parents: James and Susan Paulsen ...Has one brother, Hunter ... Lists NFL great Jerry Rice as the player he patterns his style after and admires ... Hobbies include playing sports, snow skiing and hanging out with friends ... Favorite class is Physics ... Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2005 ... Major undeclared.
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09/04/16 - TE Logan Paulsen was signed off waivers after the Redskins let go of him. Paulsen, who is 6-foot-4, 265 pounds, made 79 catches for 801 yards with six touchdowns in five seasons for Washington. Paulsen is known more for his special teams abilities and also his blocking. He missed last season with ligament damage in a toe. The Bears' tight ends were Zach Miller, who is known for his receiving, and Greg Scruggs, who has been converted from defensive end.
03/11/16 - TE Logan Paulsen re-signed with the Washington Redskins on Friday. The Washington Post reported it is a one-year deal.
08/17/15 - TE Logan Paulsen was placed on reserve/injured, the Redskins announced Sunday (Aug. 16). Paulsen is undergoing season-ending surgery for a turf toe injury.
08/11/15 - TE Logan Paulsen is seeing specialist Dr. James Anderson about his sprained big toe. Paulsen won't face the Browns.
11/13/14 - TE Logan Paulsen was limited again on Thursday with the foot injury he suffered on Nov. 2 at Minnesota.