Richard Ohrnberger is an offensive lineman for the New England Patriots, who selected him with the 123rd overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft. Ohrnberger played four seasons of college football at Penn State, where he was a two-time All-Big Ten selection. Ohrnberger is 6-feet, 2-inches tall and weighs 291 pounds.
Prep Career
Ohrnberger was a three-year letterman at East Meadow High School, where he the 2003 New York AA Player-of-the-Year. He started on both lines as a senior and handled the punting duties for his team. In addition to averaging 38.0 yards per punt, he didn't allow a sack all season had had 66 total tackles (13.0 for loss) and 4.0 sacks. Ohrnberger was ranked as the No. 74 offensive line recruit in the class of 2004 by Scout.com. He signed with Penn State, choosing the Nittany Lions over Duke, Purdue and Syracuse.
College Career
Ohrnberger redshirted the 2004 season and played sparingly in 2005. As a sophomore, Ohrnberger took over the starting guard role with 9 games left in the 2006 season, and ended up playing 784 snaps -- second-most among Penn State offensive linemen. As a junior, Ohrnberger earned second-team All-Big Ten honors, starting all 12 games and helping pave the way for Rodney Kinlaw to rush for 1,326 yards. Ohrnberger earned first-team All-Big Ten honors in his final season with Penn State, as he helped the team win the Big Ten title and reach the Rose Bowl.
NFL Career
Ohrnberger was selected in the fourth round (123rd overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots. Before the 2009 season, Ohrnberger signed a four-year/$2.201M contract with New England.

Ohrnberger was placed on the physically unable to perform list at the start of training camp. He is eligible to return during training camp.