Towering T from Canadian college ranks looks for first game action in 2012 after spending his rookie season on Bengals practice squad ... Named twice for All-Canadian honors and was ranked as a top 10 Canadian Football League prospect before opting to make an NFL bid ... Closed his college career with a south-of-the-border berth in 2010 season East-West Shrine Game.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed with Bengals as a college free agent on 7-28-11 ... Waived on 9-3-11, then signed 9-4-11 to Bengals practice squad ... Signed to Bengals offseason roster on 1-9-12.
PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2011 - Played in all four preseason games ... Spent regular season on Bengals practice squad.
COLLEGE: Attended Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada ... Played in every game in his four seasons (2007-10) with the Gaels ... Helped team win Vanier Cup championship in 2009.
PERSONAL: Hometown is Kingston, Ontario ... Attended Holy Cross Secondary School.NOTE ABOUT NFL EXPERIENCE: O’Donnell did not earn an accrued year of experience toward NFL free agency in 2011 because he was not on a 53-player roster, a Reserve/Injured list or a Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform list for the required minimum of six games that year.
Right guard Kevin Zeitler not only showed up with helmet in hand, he also wore it at Thursday morning's practice in Paul Brown Stadium for the first time since he injured his foot.
Ken Riley is back in town this week to be honored at Sunday's game against the Colts as well as discuss his unique role in college football history.
With 504,142 votes, Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green is second among receivers and ninth among all players in Pro Bowl voting.