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Ray Feinga

Ray Feinga
Feinga with the Dolphins in 2012
No. --     Free agent
Personal information
Date of birth: (1986-05-08) May 8, 1986 (age 28)
Place of birth: San Bruno, California
Height: 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)Weight: 320 lb (145 kg)
Career information
High school: West Valley (UT) Hunter
College: BYU
Undrafted in 2009
Debuted in 2010 for the Miami Dolphins
Career history

*Offseason and/or practice squad member only
Roster status: Active
Career highlights and awards

  • 2× First-team All-MWC (2007, 2008)
Career NFL statistics as of 2012

Leimoni Haufoou "Ray" Feinga (born May 8, 1986) is an American football guard who is currently a free agent of the National Football League, he most recently played for the Miami Dolphins. He was signed by the St. Louis Rams as an undrafted free agent in 2009. He played college football at BYU.

Feinga has also been a member of the San Diego Chargers.

Early years

Feinga was an All-State selection as a senior and led Hunter High School, West Valley City, Utah to the State Championship. He was named 2003 Mr. Football in the state of Utah as a senior. Additionally, he was named Hunter's Most Valuable Player and earned region defensive player of the year and MVP. He was an All-State and All-Region selection as a junior as well after recording more than 70 tackles and nine sacks on defense.

College career

Feinga was a two-time First-team All-Mountain West Conference pick at left guard while at BYU. He was also a Second-team All-America selection in 2007. Feinga redshirted as a true freshman in 2004. In 2005 he played in eight games during the season with one start. As a sophomore he played in all 13 games and started at left guard in 10 games. In 2007 he started 12 of 13 games at left guard for the Cougars. He did not allow a single sack all season despite recording more than 70 knock-down blocks. He was named All-Mountain West Conference for his efforts. He was again All-MWC in 2008 as a senior after starting all 13 games in 2008 at left guard.

Professional career


The 6-4⅛, 337 pound Feinga did 30 reps at 225 pounds at the NFL Combine. Feinga did not participate in any of the agility drills at the BYU Pro Day due to a pulled his left hamstring and only lifted.[1]

St. Louis Rams

On April 27, 2009, Feinga was signed by the St. Louis Rams as an undrafted free agent. He was waived on July 1.

San Diego Chargers

Feinga signed with the San Diego Chargers on August 13, 2009 but was cut during final cuts on September 5.

Miami Dolphins

Feinga was signed to the practice squad of the Miami Dolphins on December 15, 2009. After his contract expired at season's end he was re-signed to a future contract on January 5, 2010. He was waived on September 4, 2010. On September 29, Feinga was added to the active roster, he was waived on October 4. He was suspended for four games the following day. Feinga returned to the practice squad following the suspension and on December 8, 2010 was signed to the Dolphins 53 man active roster after Al Harris was put on season ending IR. On September 8, 2011, he was waived by Miami. Feinga was added to the practice squad on September 20, 2011. Feinga was added back to the active roster on November 30, 2011. On August 31, 2012 Feinga was released by Miami. On September 4, 2012, Feinga was re-signed by Miami after releasing QB David Garrard. On September 25, 2012 Feinga was released by Miami.


External links

  • Miami Dolphins bio
  • BYU Cougars bio
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