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Terrence Stephens
DT #62
Height:
6-1
Weight:
315
College:
Stanford
Hometown:
Germantown, MD
Experience:
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Bio

College free agent earned Bengals contract after impressing as a tryout player in rookie minicamp ... Played in 42 games (20 starts) in four seasons at Stanford (2009-12) ... Earned All-Pac 12 honorable mention honors as senior.

College free agent earned Bengals contract after impressing as a tryout player in rookie minicamp ... Played in 42 games (20 starts) in four seasons at Stanford (2009-12) ... Earned All-Pac 12 honorable mention honors as senior.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed with Cincinnati as college free agent on 5-13-13.

COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS: 2012—Played in 11 games with seven starts ... Tied up blockers in middle of defense that led nation in sacks (56) and tackles-for-loss (120) ... In regular-season home finale vs. Oregon State, his five tackles included two for-loss and an eight-yard sack that forced a fumble in comeback win. 2011—Started all 13 games at nose tackle ... Forced a fumble at goal line to preserve Stanford’s triple overtime victory at USC. 2010—Saw reserve duty in 12 of 13 games as a sophomore. 2009—Played in six games as a freshman, logging four tackles.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Quince Orchard High School in Gaithersburg, Md., where he was a consensus All-State selection as junior and senior ... Also an outstanding high school wrestler, going 29-1 as a junior, when he was runner-up at state championship.

PERSONAL: Hometown is Gaithersburg, Md. ... In high school, was member of National Honor Society and a four-year member of NAACP Leadership Council ... Young African-American Men Coalition Award winner ... African-American Festival for Academic Excellence Award recipient ... Graduated from Stanford with a degree in psychology.

Recent Articles

  • Memories to the Max

    Posted Apr 22, 2017

    Max Montoya, the best right guard you don’t know, is the best reason for celebrating 50 seasons of Bengals. Montoya isn’t the only reason of course, but guys like him are the best reasons. Guys like the two Kennys, quarterback Ken Anderson, and cornerback Ken Riley. Guys like wide receiver Isaac Curtis and tight end Danny Ross. Guys like David Fulcher. If fans can remember how good these guys really were, then that’s the best reason. And the stories ....

  • For openers, home sweet home on Bengals 2017 schedule

    Posted Apr 20, 2017

    Bengals executive vice president Katie Blackburn asked and in turn she received the club’s first Paul Brown Stadium opener in the seven seasons of the A.J. Green-Andy Dalton Era. The Bengals kick off their 50th anniversary season with not one but back-to-back home games to start the year for the first time since 1983.

  • Bengals open at home for first time since 2009

    Posted Apr 20, 2017

    The Bengals’ 2017 schedule, released today by the National Football League, features two national prime-time games and the first home opener since 2009.

  • Bengals Celebrate 50th Season in 2017

    Posted Apr 20, 2017

    The Bengals kicked off their 50th season by unveiling a commemorative logo and plans to honor the team’s history.

Recent Videos

  • Bengals 50th Anniversary News Conference

    Posted Apr 20, 2017

    The Cincinnati Bengals kickoff their 50th anniversary campaign for the 2017 season and unveil the new logo, which will be featured on the jerseys this year.

  • Creating the Schedule

    Posted Apr 20, 2017

    256 games. 32 teams: Meet Mike North, Sr. Director of Broadcast Planning, the man who turns the millions of possibilities into the official NFL schedule.

  • Dalton: “I’m in a good position to lead this team”

    Posted Apr 19, 2017

    As workouts begin again at Paul Brown Stadium, QB Andy Dalton discusses changes over the offseason, including another addition to the Dalton household.

  • A. Smith on return to Bengals

    Posted Apr 18, 2017

    OL Andre Smith returns to the Bengals this offseason after a season with the Minnesota Vikings. Smith shares what factors played into his decision to come back to Cincinnati.

  • Name that 2017 Draft RB prospect

    Posted Apr 13, 2017

    The "Good Morning Football" crew plays the "Name that RB Draft Prospect."

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