Long snapper who made his NFL debut in 2009 for the New England Patriots.
He attended the University of Hawaii, where he began his career as a defensive back, but quickly switched to long snapper.
He spent his first four professional seasons with four different organizations: the Patriots, New Orleans Saints, Tennessee Titans, and the UFL's Las Vegas Locomotives.
His younger brother, Luke Ingram, also was a long snapper for Hawaii, and in the NFL.
His college coach, June Jones, is responsible for helping him switch to his best position.