COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS: Lucky played four seasons (2005-08) at Nebraska and compiled 4214 all-purpose yards, fourth-most in school history … Played 50 games, with 29 starts … Averaged 4.6 yards per carry while rushing for 2393 yards … His 135 career receptions rank fourth all-time at NU, and his 75 catches in 2007 are a Huskers record … Top statistical season was his 2007 junior campaign, when he rushed for 1057 yards (4.9 avg.) with nine TDs … Earned Walter Camp National Offensive Player of the Week award in 2007 vs. Nevada, when he rushed 20-for-233 with three TDs and also caught a TD pass … Twice named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week in ’07 … Tied for team lead with seven rushing TDs as a senior, totaling 517 yards … Occasionally triggered the offense by taking direct snaps from center, and threw four career TD passes … Topped the 1000-yard mark from scrimmage as a sophomore, rushing for 728 yards (5.2 avg.) and adding 383 on 32 receptions
PERSONAL: Lived through seventh grade in Dallas, Texas, and then moved to Los Angeles area … Attended North Hollywood High School, where he rushed for 2036 yards and 40 TDs as a senior … Also won four prep letters in track … Sociology major at Nebraska, and made Big 12 Commissioner’s spring 2007 honor roll … Volunteered time at NU to assist with hospital visits and with Read to Succeed Book Drive … Signed Bengals contract on 4-30-09.
Now a timeout from all the hate and the madness. Time for a few snaps of charity and a couple of downs of hope from Bengals right end Michael Johnson as he continues his rush to make a difference. So step right into the Michael D. Johnson Technology Center in his hometown of Selma, Ala.
From 1 to slightly more than 1,000 in a numbers game gone wild as we offer Bengaldom a rash of digits to peruse for the upcoming season. Andy Dalton eyes Johnny Unitas, A.J. Green chases down Isaac Curtis, Leon Hall tries to jump over Leapin’ Lemar Parrish, and Andrew Whitworth and Domata Peko (above) close in on the ironmen.
The Bengals signed former Ravens QB Keith Wenning Wednesday in an effort to find a young, developmental quarterback...William and Mary is an unlikely NFL pipeline, but the Bengals have two of the school's 10 NFL coaches and scouts on staff...
The Cincinnati Bengals hosted the 13th annual Taste of the NFL benefiting the Freestore Foodbank. Players and cheerleaders attended the "dinner-by-the-bite" event which involved more than 40 area restaurants. This year's Taste of the NFL raised approximately $130,000 for the Freestore Foodbank, the equivalent of 390,000 meals.