Chris Hogan was signed by the New England Patriots as a restricted free agent from Buffalo on March 11, 2016 ... Originally signed by San Francisco as a rookie free agent on July 27, 2011 ... Released by San Francisco (9/3/11) ... Signed by N.Y. Giants to the practice squad (9/13/11) ... Released by N.Y. Giants from the practice squad (9/23/11) ... Signed by Miami to the practice squad (12/27/11) ... Released by Miami from the practice squad (8/31/12) ... Signed by Miami to the practice squad (9/2/12) ... Released by Miami from the practice squad (9/11/12) ... Signed by Buffalo to the practice squad (11/6/12) ... Signed by Buffalo to the 53 - man roster from the practice squad (12/18/12).
Started and caught one pass for eight yards while also rushing three times for 17 yards in the season opener vs. Kansas City (9/7).
Started as one of just three active receivers and caught five passes for 78 yards and a touchdown in the victory at New Orleans (9/17). Scored on a 13-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter that gave the team an early three-score lead.
Started and caught four passes for 68 yards with two touchdowns in the victory vs. Houston (9/24). Scored on a seven-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter and then again on a 47-yard reception to give the Patriots the lead going into halftime. It was the first two-touchdown game of his regular season career.
Caught five balls for 60 yards including a two-yard touchdown reception on third-down in the second quarter vs. Carolina (10/1).
Started and tied for the team lead in receptions with a career-high eight catches for 74 yards and a touchdown in the victory at Tampa Bay (10/5). His second quarter touchdown reception was his fifth of the year, surpassing his previous career high of four touchdowns in a season. The touchdown also marked a career-high fourth-straight game with a touchdown for Hogan.
Started at wide receiver and caught one pass for 19 yards in the win at N.Y. Jets (10/15).
Led the team in receiving yards with 71 on four receptions in the victory vs. Atlanta (10/22).
Started and caught five passes for 60 yards in the win vs. L.A. Chargers (10/29). Exited the game on the final offensive drive in the fourth quarter with an injury.
Was inactive due to injury for the win at Denver (11/12), in the win at Oakland (11/19), in the win vs. Miami (11/26) and in the win at Buffalo (12/3).
Returned to action after missing four games due to injury and finished with one catch for one yard at Miami (12/11).
Was inactive due to injury in the win at Pittsburgh (12/17), in the win vs. Buffalo (12/24) and in the win vs. N.Y. Jets (12/31).
2016 (15/14, 3/3)
Played in 15 regular-season games with 14 starts and tallied 38 receptions for a career-high 680 yards and tied a career-high with four touchdowns. Also rushed three times for nine yards.
Tied for the NFL lead with 17.9 yards per reception.
Started all three postseason contests and compiled 17 receptions for 332 yards and two scores.
Notched two 100-yard receiving games in the regular season and one in the playoffs:
Week 5 at Cleveland (114 yds.)
Week 14 vs. Baltimore (129 yds.)
AFC Championship vs. Pittsburgh (180 yds.)
Was inactive due to injury at San Francisco (11/20).
Started at wide receiver in his Patriots debut and caught three passes for 60 yards including a 37-yard touchdown grab from Jimmy Garoppolo on the first offensive drive of the game in the win at Arizona (9/11).
Recorded his first 100-yard game of his career with four receptions for 114 yards in the win at Cleveland (10/9). Caught two long passes - a 63-yarder and a 43-yarder. Also rushed for 2 yards on one attempt.
Posted four receptions for 91 yards and a touchdown in the win at Buffalo (10/30).
Recorded his second career 100-yard game after finishing with five receptions for 129 yards in the win vs. Baltimore (12/12) including a 79-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter from Tom Brady for a single-game career-high.
Made his NFL postseason debut and totaled four receptions for 95 yards, including three catches over 20 yards in the Divisional Round victory vs. Houston (1/14).
Had his first postseason 100-yard game in the AFC Championship victory over Pittsburgh (1/22) and set a franchise postseason record with 180 yards receiving on nine receptions with two touchdowns. The game marked the first two-touchdown game of his career and his nine receptions and 180 yards were also personal career-highs.
Started at wide receiver and hauled in four passes for 57 yards, including a crucial 16-yard reception on third down on the game-tying drive and an 18-yard reception in overtime that put the Patriots into Atlanta territory during the game-winning drive of Super Bowl LI (2/5)
2015 (16/4 - Buffalo)
Played in all 16 games with four starts and totaled 36 receptions for 450 yards (12.5 avg.) and two touchdowns. Also had one rushing attempt for four yards and completed one pass for four yards.
Recorded three receptions for 42 yards at Miami (9/27), including a career - long 38 - yard touchdown.
Produced a game - high 52 receiving yards on three receptions at Tennessee (10/11) and scored the game - tying touchdown in the fourth quarter. Set a career - high with a 46 - yard reception on the touchdown drive. Also completed his first career pass to QB Tyrod Taylor for four yards.
Posted a season - high tying six receptions for 56 yards at Jacksonville (London 10/25) in his first start of the season.
Notched a season - high tying six receptions for a career - high 95 yards at New England (11/23).
2014 (16/2 - Buffalo)
Played in all 16 games and notched a career - high 41 receptions for 426 yards (10.4 avg.) and four touchdowns.
Posted five receptions for 72 yards and his first career touchdown vs. New England (10/12).
Earned his first career start and caught five passes for 57 yards and a touchdown vs. Kansas City (11/9).
Tied a career - high with seven receptions for 74 yards at Miami (11/13).
Matched a career - high with seven receptions for 54 yards and a touchdown at Denver(12/7).
2013 (16/0 - Buffalo)
Played in all 16 games and contributed mainly on special teams. Totaled 10 receptions for 83 yards (8.3 avg.).
Posted his first two NFL receptions for 16 yards at Cleveland (10/3).
2012 (0/0 - Buffalo)
Started the season with Miami before joining the Buffalo practice sqaud in November and ending the season on the Bills 53 - man roster.
Was inactive at Miami (12/23) and was active but did not play vs. N.Y. Jets (12/30).
2011 (0/0 - San Francisco/N.Y. Giants/Miami)
Went to training camp with San Francisco before being released prior to the start of the regular season.
Spent time on N.Y. Giants practice squad before concluding the season with Miami's practice squad.
Transferred to Monmouth from Penn State in 2011 and saw time on both offense and defense. Caught 12 passes and three touchdowns as a receiver and intercepted three passes on defense.
Was a Second Team All - CAA selection as a senior after notching 15 goals and nine assists.
Led the team in goals and points en route to a First Team All - ECAC selection.
Finished his career with 71 points on 57 goals and 14 assists.
Prior to transferring to Monmouth, played four seasons of lacrosse at Penn State. Was a four-year starter for the Nittany Lions as a midfielder.
Earned three varsity letters as a wide receiver at Ramapo High School. Also earned all-state and all-league honors for the Raiders.
Left Ramapo as the school’s all-time leading receiver and receptions leader.
Chris and wife, Ashley have twins - a boy Chase and a girl Parker.