2010 HIGHLIGHTS: College free agent was waived on Sept. 4, and signed to the practice squad on Sept. 5 … Played in all five games in preseason, finishing with two receptions for 20 yards and two carries for two yards.
COLLEGE: Durable blocker did not miss a game in four seasons (2006-09) at Louisville, playing 48 contests with 12 starts … Saw action as a freshman for 12-1 team that closed season with Orange Bowl win over Wake Forest, and supported team averages of 185.3 rushing yards and 475.3 net yards per game … In 2007, supported averages of 146.1 rushing yards and 341.9 net yards … Had a TD reception in 2008 win vs. Syracuse, and as lead blocker helped RB Vic Anderson log 1047 rushing yards … Had a TD run in 2009 vs. Pittsburgh, and team averaged 125.2 rushing yards and 334.1 net yards for the season … Made nine of his 12 career starts in ’09 … For his career, had eight receptions for 45 yards and five rushes for nine yards …
PERSONAL: Louisville is his hometown, and he was named first-team all-state by the Courier-Journal as a senior at St. Xavier High School … Was team captain for 2004 state prep championship team … Also a standout track and field performer in high school, he was a three-time state shot put champion and set a state shot record at 63 feet, 4.5 inches … In weightlifting in high school, was a four-time USA Powerlifting (USAPL) national champion … Exercise science major at Louisville … Signed Bengals contract on 4-30-10.
Both the Bengals and Dolphins come into a Thursday night game at Paul Brown Stadium (8:25-Cincinnati’s Channel 12 and NFL Network) gasping after an adversity-filled Sunday. The team that catches its wind gets to go into October 2-2. The Bengals.com Media Roundtable tells you which one.
Now that the bye weeks have officially kicked off, depth is an important factor in winning games. Injuries have ravaged the NFL and fantasy rosters alike, and the waiver wire will become a baron wasteland in no time. Let’s take a look at a few guys you will want to target this week to help fill out those rosters.
The Cincinnati Bell Connector will operate late after Thursday night’s Bengals game to accommodate fans who ride the streetcar.