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Kevin Greene
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Height:
6-4
Weight:
255
College:
USC
Hometown:
Oakland, Calif.
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Bio

      Greene was signed to Bengals practice squad after final cuts... Entered NFL this past spring as college free agent with San Francisco ... Spent time at tight end, defensive end and linebacker during  career at USC.

      Greene was signed to Bengals practice squad after final cuts... Entered NFL this past spring as college free agent with San Francisco ... Spent time at tight end, defensive end and linebacker during  career at USC.

     Career transactions: Signed with San Francisco as college free agent on 5-27-14 ... Waived by 49ers on 8-26-14 ... Signed to Cincinnati practice squad on 8-31-14.

     2014 recap: On practice squad for Games 1-7 ... Played in three preseason games for 49ers and had one catch for 45 yards.

    College: Saw action in 37 games at USC at tight end and defensive end/linebacker ... Played in nine games and had three tackles during senior season ... As a junior, appeared in 11 games, logging five tackles, including two sacks, and had two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery ... Played in a combined 18 games between freshman and sophomore seasons.

    Personal: Hometown is Oakland, California ... Attended Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep in San Francisco, CA ... Earned All-Northern California First-team honors as a senior defensive end and linebacker as a senior with 45 tackles, 28 sacks and five forced fumbles ... Played first year of football as a junior, and logged 45 tackles and 22 sacks ... Majored in communications at USC.

Recent Articles

  • Willis has been there before

    Posted 16 hours ago

    In so many ways third-round right end Jordan Willis is the textbook draft pick in the Duke Tobin-Marvin Lewis Era. And Willis truly is a Marv-Paul Brown-guy who prefers to act like he’s been there before.

  • Fast to the Core

    Posted May 24, 2017

    Start this reunion tour for the Bengals offense on Tuesday’s first practice of the spring with a fast stop. And it’s got to be fast because we’re talking about Cody Core, the sophomore wide receiver who just very well might be one of the next big things in Bengaldom.

  • Notes: shortcut in OT; two sides of celebrating; Dre (hand) says he's back soon

    Posted May 23, 2017

    The NFL owners voted Tuesday to cut overtime from 15 to 10 minutes...

  • What to watch on defense

    Posted May 22, 2017

    The Bengals hold their first of nine voluntary practices Tuesday morning, which amounts to their first appearance on the field for the 2017 season. So we’ll volunteer that if defensive coordinator Paul Guenther has most of his spots locked up, he’ll experiment a bit with whom to play with whom and when with an eye to jacking up the pass rush. Welcome to Paulie G.’s spring lab with one of the experiments Auburn rookie Carl Lawson.

Recent Videos

  • OTA Highlights: Vol. 1

    Posted May 23, 2017

    The Bengals hit the practice field for Day 1 of voluntary practices during OTAs.

  • Best plays from Geno Atkins in 2016

    Posted May 22, 2017

    Check out the best plays from Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins from the 2016 season.

  • Hill: "Expectations are high"

    Posted May 19, 2017

    RB Jeremy Hill speaks to reporters about the new weapons on the Bengals offense.

  • Ogbuehi on playing left tackle

    Posted May 19, 2017

    OT Cedric Ogbuehi speaks to the media about his offseason preparing to play left tackle.

  • Bengals Play 60 at Rockdale

    Posted May 18, 2017

    TE C.J. Uzomah, H-Back Ryan Hewitt, and RB Giovani Bernard paid a visit to Rockdale Academy with Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medial Center to get the kids out and Play 60! C.J. Uzomah makes his debut as a reporter for Bengals.com.

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