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Landon Cox
WR #16
Height:
6-3
Weight:
220
College:
Northern Illinois
Hometown:
South Holland, IL
Experience:
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Cox averaged 40 receptions and 482 yards over his last two seasons at Northern Illinois … Was team’s best blocking receiver … Played 50 games with 30 starts in four seasons (2007-10) … Helped lead NIU to a Humanitarian Bowl berth as a senior, catching 35-for-429 (12.3 avg.) with three TDs … Caught four-for-34 in 40-17 bowl romp over Fresno State … Led team as a junior in catches (45) and receiving yards (535) … Posted career highs of 11 catches and 121 yards vs. Ohio in his junior season … As a sophomore, blocked a punt to set up game-winning FG against Bowling Green … Also as a sophomore, had three first-down catches in big-game atmosphere at Tennessee … Hometown is South Holland, Ill. … Attended Thornton Fractional North HS (Calumet City, Ill.); named second-team all-state as a senior by Illinois coaches’ association … Accounting major in college … Signed Bengals contract on 7-28-11.
Cox averaged 40 receptions and 482 yards over his last two seasons at Northern Illinois … Was team’s best blocking receiver … Played 50 games with 30 starts in four seasons (2007-10) … Helped lead NIU to a Humanitarian Bowl berth as a senior, catching 35-for-429 (12.3 avg.) with three TDs … Caught four-for-34 in 40-17 bowl romp over Fresno State … Led team as a junior in catches (45) and receiving yards (535) … Posted career highs of 11 catches and 121 yards vs. Ohio in his junior season … As a sophomore, blocked a punt to set up game-winning FG against Bowling Green … Also as a sophomore, had three first-down catches in big-game atmosphere at Tennessee … Hometown is South Holland, Ill. … Attended Thornton Fractional North HS (Calumet City, Ill.); named second-team all-state as a senior by Illinois coaches’ association … Accounting major in college … Signed Bengals contract on 7-28-11.

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