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Jake Fisher
OT #74
Height:
6-6
Weight:
305
Age:
24
College:
Oregon
Hometown:
Traverse City, Mich.
Experience:
3

Quick Stats (2017):

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2
GS
2
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 31 6
2017 CIN 2 2
2016 CIN 15 3
2015 CIN 14 1
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 BAL L 0-20
2 HOU L 9-13

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Bio

      Agile and athletic for 306-pounder, the 2015 second-round draft pick contributes in multiple ways ... Made first NFL starts at ROT in base offense in last three games of ’16; expected to be considered as possible starter at that spot heading into ’17 season ... In addition to OT, has served as “big tight end” in extra-blocker formations, and late in ’15 season switched to H-back, replacing injured Ryan Hewitt ... Had 31-yard catch in ’15 vs. San Diego in the extra-TE spot, longest in history by a Bengals OL and longest by an NFL OL since 1988.

      Agile and athletic for 306-pounder, the 2015 second-round draft pick contributes in multiple ways ... Made first NFL starts at ROT in base offense in last three games of ’16; expected to be considered as possible starter at that spot heading into ’17 season ... In addition to OT, has served as “big tight end” in extra-blocker formations, and late in ’15 season switched to H-back, replacing injured Ryan Hewitt ... Had 31-yard catch in ’15 vs. San Diego in the extra-TE spot, longest in history by a Bengals OL and longest by an NFL OL since 1988.

 

     Career transactions: Selected by Cincinnati in second round of 2015 NFL Draft (53rd overall) ... Signed with Bengals on 5-20-15.

 

     2016 highlights: Played in Games 1-4 and 6-16 ... Active/DNP for Game 5, after missing practice time with back strain ... Had a 12-yard reception in “big tight end” role Dec. 4 vs. Philadelphia, but fumbled (Eagles recovered) ... Played 23 offensive snaps Dec. 11 at Cleveland, spelling starters at both LOT and ROT ... Started at ROT on Dec. 18 vs. Pittsburgh and played 44 of the 58 snaps ... Played every offensive snap on Dec. 24 at Houston and missed just one snap Jan. 1 vs. Baltimore.

 

     Previous season: 2015—Played in 14 games (Games 1-12 and 15-16), with a start Nov. 16 vs. Houston as second TE ... Inactive for Games 13-14 due to concussion suffered during practice week prior to Game 13 ... His official position designation was switched from OT to H-back for Game 16 and the Wild Card playoff, as coaches chose him to replace injured H-back Ryan Hewitt ... On Sept. 20 vs. San Diego, as eligible receiver, logged a 31-yard reception to Chargers 16 in third quarter, setting up a FG ... His 31-yarder vs. Chargers was longest receiving gain by an NFL offensive lineman since Nov. 13, 1988, when Indianapolis G Brian Baldinger went 37 yards vs. Green Bay ... In his H-back debut, Jan. 3 win over Baltimore, was credited with a key block on HB Jeremy Hill’s 38-yard TD run.

 

     College: Played four seasons (2011-14) at Oregon, seeing action in 51 of a possible 54 games, with 35 starts ... Helped lead Ducks to a 48-7 record during his career, with all four teams averaging 230 or more rushing yards per game ... Helped lead Ducks to nation’s No. 3 offensive ranking (547.0 yards per game) and a No. 4 mark in scoring (45.4) as a senior ... Helped offense top 300 rushing yards in Pac-12 Championship win over Arizona and in Rose Bowl (national semifinal) win over Florida State ... In Fisher’s two missed games in 2014, Oregon gave up 12 of its season total of 31 sacks allowed ... Started as a junior at ROT for 11-2 team that finished with Alamo Bowl win over Texas, and was an 11-game starter as a sophomore for 12-1 team that closed with Fiesta Bowl win over Kansas State.

 

     Personal: Hometown is Traverse City, Mich. ... Attended Traverse City West High School, where he was two-way player at TE and DL, earning all-state honors on defense as senior ... Majored in General Social Science at Oregon ... Hobbies include golf and fishing.

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