Roster superlatives

Posted May 17, 2017

With the Bengals prepping to open their first of three voluntary weeks of practice next Tuesday, we take a look at the roster superlatives.

Tennessee wide receiver Josh Malone, who signed his rookie deal Wednesday, is the second youngest player on the team next to running back Joe Mixon.

With the Bengals prepping to open their first of three voluntary weeks of practice on Tuesday, we take a look at the roster of 89:

YOUNGEST: Rookie running back Joe Mixon (7/24/96) with rookie wide receiver Josh Malone (3/21/96) runner-up.

OLDEST: Cornerback Adam Jones (9/30/83) with tackle Eric Winston (11/17/83) runner-up.

YOUNGEST DEFENSIVE PLAYER: Rookie DE/LB Carl Lawson (6/29/95)


MOST SENIOR BENGAL: Punter Kevin Huber with 126 games

MOST NFL GAMES: Winston with 157 games

MOST NFL GAMES ON DEFENSE: Cornerback Adam Jones with 130

MOST SENIOR BENGAL ON OFFENSE:   Quarterback Andy Dalton with 93 games

MOST SENIOR BENGAL ON DEFENSE: Right end Michael Johnson with 111 games

MOST BENGALS’ POST-SEASON GAMES: Long snapper Clark Harris with six

Kevin Huber, with 126, is No. 32 on the Bengals games list, one shy of Ross Browner.

MOST NFL POST-SEASON GAMES: Harris and wide receiver Brandon LaFell with six.

MOST BENGALS WINS: Huber with 72

HEAVIEST:  Rookie nose tackle Josh Tupou at 350 pounds

LIGHTEST:  Rookie kicker Jake Elliott at 167 pounds

TALLEST: Michael Johnson and Winston at 6-7

SHORTEST: Rookie running back Stanley “Boom,” Williams at 5-8

MOST POINTS: Kicker Randy Bullock with 346

MOST TDS: Wide receiver A.J. Green with 49

MOST CATCHES: Green with 481

MOST CARRIES: Running back Jeremy Hill with 667

MOST RUSHING YARDS: Hill with 2,757

MOST SACKS: Left end Carlos Dunlap with 57

MOST INTERIOR SACKS: Defensive tackle Geno Atkins with 52

Geno Atkins has been immense inside.

MOST INTERCEPTIONS: Cornerback Adam Jones with 15

MOST TACKLES: WILL linebacker Vontaze Burfict with 582

MOST SPECIAL TEAM TACKLES: Running back Cedric Peerman with 72



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