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Kevin Brock
TE #83
Height:
6-5
Weight:
264
College:
Rutgers
Hometown:
Hackensack, NJ
Experience:
2
Receiving
YearTeamGRecYdsAvgYds/GLongTD20+40+1stFUM
TOTAL 20 10 84 8.4 4.2 25 0 2 0 5 0
2014 CIN 14 5 21 4.2 1.5 10 0 0 0 2 0
2013 KC 4 3 36 12 9 25 0 1 0 1 0
2011 BUF 2 2 27 13.5 13.5 21 0 1 0 2 0
Defensive
YearTeamGTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntTDsYdsAvgLng
TOTAL 20 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0
2014 CIN 14 2 2 0 0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2013 KC 4 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2011 BUF 2 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Bio

      A second-year pro in 2014, Brock was regular contributor in backup TE role ... Played 14 games with two starts, and started for injured Jermaine Gresham in Wild Card playoff at Indianapolis ... Was with Bengals in ’14 preseason, and after release, re-joined team, following season-ending injury to Alex Smith in Game 2 ... Initially signed with Bengals as free agent following 2013 regular-season finale and was inactive for Wild Card playoff ... Played in four games for Kansas City in ’13, with three catches for 36 yards ... Saw brief action with Buffalo in 2011.

      A second-year pro in 2014, Brock was regular contributor in backup TE role ... Played 14 games with two starts, and started for injured Jermaine Gresham in Wild Card playoff at Indianapolis ... Was with Bengals in ’14 preseason, and after release, re-joined team, following season-ending injury to Alex Smith in Game 2 ... Initially signed with Bengals as free agent following 2013 regular-season finale and was inactive for Wild Card playoff ... Played in four games for Kansas City in ’13, with three catches for 36 yards ... Saw brief action with Buffalo in 2011.

     Career transactions: Signed with Carolina as college free agent on 5-1-09 ... Waived by Panthers on 8-1-09 ... Acquired on waivers by N.Y. Jets on 8-3-09 ... Waived by Jets on 9-5-09 ... Signed to Pittsburgh practice squad on 9-15-09 ... Released from Steelers practice squad on 11-2-09 ... Signed to Chicago practice squad on 11-24-09 ... Signed to Bears roster (Reserve/Future list) on 1-4-10 ... Waived by Bears on 5-24-10 ... Signed with Dallas as free agent on 5-26-10 ... Waived (injured) by Cowboys on 8-10-10 ... Reverted to Cowboys Reserve/Injured list after clearing waivers on 8-11-10 ... Waived by Cowboys (injury settlement) on 8-23-10 ... Signed to Oakland practice squad on 9-6-10 ... Signed to Raiders roster on 1-4-11 ... Waived by Raiders on 9-3-11 ... Signed to Raiders practice squad on 9-5-11 ... Released from Raiders practice squad on 12-6-11 ... Signed to Buffalo practice squad on 12-14-11 ... Signed to Bills roster on 12-20-11 ... Waived by Bills on 8-31-12 ... Signed with Kansas City as free agent on 2-11-13 ... Waived by Chiefs on 9-1-13 ... Re-signed with Chiefs as free agent on 9-17-13 ... Waived by Chiefs on 10-29-13 ... Signed with Cincinnati as free agent on 12-31-13 ... Waived by Bengals on 8-26-14 ... Re-signed with Bengals on 9-16-14 ... Signed contract extension with Bengals on 1-9-15.

     2014 recap: Released by Bengals at conclusion of preseason; was re-signed to roster prior to Game 3 ... Played Games 3-16 (two starts) with five catches for 21 yards, and started Wild Card playoff at Indianapolis for injured Jermaine Gresham ... Was part of blocking effort that sprung HB Jeremy Hill’s 60-yard rushing TD Nov. 2 vs. Jacksonville ... One catch for four yards Nov. 6 vs. Cleveland ... Started as 2nd TE Nov. 30 at Tampa Bay (no stats), employed primarily as extra blocker ... Started at TE Dec. 14 at Cleveland and had one catch for two yards ... Caught two-for-18 Dec. 7 vs. Pittsburgh ... Credited by coaches with several key blocks Dec. 14 at Cleveland in 244-yard rushing effort ... One catch for seven yards in Wild Card playoff on 1-5-15 at Indianapolis.

     Previous seasons: 2009—Entered NFL as college free agent with Carolina ... Played in preseason for N.Y. Jets ... Spent time in regular season on Pittsburgh and Chicago practice squads. 2010—Opened year on Chicago roster, later signed by Dallas, and waived during preseason by Dallas with an injury settlement ... Spent regular season on Oakland practice squad. 2011—Spent preseason with Oakland and most of regular season on Raiders practice squad ... Signed to Buffalo practice squad prior to Game 14, and activated to Bills roster for Games 15-16 ... Had 21-yard reception in win Dec. 24 vs. Denver, and a six-yard catch on 1-1-12 at New England. 2012—Spent training camp with Buffalo and waived in final cuts ... Not with an NFL team in regular season. 2013—Played for Kansas City in Games 3-6, with three catches for 36 yards ... Inactive for Chiefs for Games 7-8 ... Caught two-for-27 in win Sept. 29 vs. N.Y. Giants ... Caught one-for-nine in win Oct. 13 vs. Oakland ... Waived following Game 8 ... Joined Bengals for practice week of Wild Card playoff game.

     College: Played four seasons (2005-08) at Rutgers, with a redshirt year in 2004 ... Appeared in 42 games, with 49 receptions for 541 yards (11.0) with four TDs ... Caught 26-for-300 with two TDs as a senior and 23-for-241 with two TDs as a junior.

     Personal: Hometown is Hackensack, N.J. ... Attended Hackensack High School, but did not play football until junior year ... Earned sociology degree from Rutgers ... Works with 4th-and-Inches Foundation in New Jersey to hold free camps in inner-city areas ... Hobbies include bowling, basketball and reading.


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