Player Roster

Print
RSS
Jamere Holland
WR #17
Height:
6-0
Weight:
192
College:
Lindenwood
Hometown:
Pacoima, CA
Experience:
0

No Data

No Data

No Data

Bio

Speedy wideout played at Oregon before finishing college career last season in NAIA ranks at Lindenwood … Led team and conference in 2010 with 899 receiving yards, and ranked second on team in receptions (42) and TD catches (eight) … Averaged 24.1 yards per reception … Also in 2010, averaged 17.7 yards on 13 punt returns, ranking second in conference and 10th in NAIA, and rushed six times for 82 yards … Played at Oregon in 2008-09 … Saw action in 10 games with two starts for Ducks in ’09, catching 13-for-199 (15.3 avg.) with two TDs … Scored his TDs in ’09 in back-to-back games vs. Southern California and Stanford … Originally signed with Southern California in 2006, and sat out ’07 while transferring to Oregon … Hometown is Pacoima, Calif. (suburban Los Angeles) … Attended Taft High School, where as a senior he helped lead team win the L.A. city championship with 56 catches for 1188 yards and 17 TDs, plus three INTs on defense … Sociology major at Lindenwood … Signed Bengals contract on 7-28-11.
Speedy wideout played at Oregon before finishing college career last season in NAIA ranks at Lindenwood … Led team and conference in 2010 with 899 receiving yards, and ranked second on team in receptions (42) and TD catches (eight) … Averaged 24.1 yards per reception … Also in 2010, averaged 17.7 yards on 13 punt returns, ranking second in conference and 10th in NAIA, and rushed six times for 82 yards … Played at Oregon in 2008-09 … Saw action in 10 games with two starts for Ducks in ’09, catching 13-for-199 (15.3 avg.) with two TDs … Scored his TDs in ’09 in back-to-back games vs. Southern California and Stanford … Originally signed with Southern California in 2006, and sat out ’07 while transferring to Oregon … Hometown is Pacoima, Calif. (suburban Los Angeles) … Attended Taft High School, where as a senior he helped lead team win the L.A. city championship with 56 catches for 1188 yards and 17 TDs, plus three INTs on defense … Sociology major at Lindenwood … Signed Bengals contract on 7-28-11.

Recent Articles

  • TDBH: P.B. draws it up to shock Raiders again

    Posted 10 hours ago

    This Day in Bengals History - September 20

  • Bengals Help Raise $100,000 for Hurricane Relief Efforts

    Posted 19 hours ago

    The Bengals teamed up with the American Red Cross, WLWT, Kroger, the City of Cincinnati and Hamilton County to raise $100,000 for hurricane relief efforts.

  • Top 50 Moments: Paul Brown Stadium Opens Gates to 130,000 Fans

    Posted Sep 19, 2017

    The Paul Brown Stadium gates open for the first time on Aug. 16, 2000 and Cincinnati police estimate about 130,000 stream through the riverfront super structure during an open house between 4 p.m. and 10 p.m. The club is expecting about 25,000 for the entire six hours, but by 6:30 the count is already at 35,000 passing through sampling concessions and seats and touring the player facilities.

  • Fantasy Recap: Week 2

    Posted Sep 19, 2017

    Changes are in the wind, both in fantasy football and in the NFL. The Bengals made the decision to part ways with OC Ken Zampese, and promoted QB Coach Bill Lazor to Offensive Coordinator.

  • Taking the offensive

    Posted Sep 19, 2017

    Clint Boling, in a line of proud offensive linemen stretching back to Pro Bowlers Andrew Whitworth and Willie Anderson, back to Hall-of-Famer Anthony Munoz, even back to Bengals radio analyst Dave Lapham, is ready to begin this sudden new era of offense. He’s volunteering his guys to carry their share of the load in order to rejuvenate the running game. That figures to be one of the first few issues to be resolved by the Bill Lazor Administration. How much do they run it and how many run it?

Recent Videos

Photos