A 2014 seventh-round draft pick by San Diego, Reese was signed to Bengals practice squad after being waived by Chargers in final preseason cuts ... Played in all four preseason games with Chargers, and caught five-for-43 ... Was a three-time All-Big 12 Conference selection, including first-team as a senior ... Caught 187 passes for 3102 yards in four seasons at Baylor, leaving as the school’s third-leading receiver in all three categories.
Career transactions: Selected by San Diego in seventh round of 2014 NFL Draft (240th overall) ... Signed with Chargers on 5-14-14 ... Waived by Chargers on 8-30-14 ... Signed to Cincinnati practice squad on 9-3-14.2014 recap:On Bengals practice squad for Games 1-7 ... Played in all four preseason games with San Diego, catching five-for-43.
College highlights: First-team All-Big 12 as senior and honorable mention as sophomore and junior ... Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll in Spring 2011 ... Played in 48 career games with 31 starts ... Caught 187 passes for 3102 yards and 24 TDs, leaving Baylor as the school’s third-leading receiver in all three categories ... Scored 21 of his 24 TDs on plays of 40 yards-or-longer, the most in NCAA history ... Average length of his 24 TDs was 50.6 yards, and nine of his TDs were on plays of 60 yards-or-longer ... Part of first Baylor class to play in four straight bowl games, capped off with the program’s first ever Big 12 championship and BCS bowl berth.
While Giovani Bernard and Jeremy Hill annexed the clock for 39:10, the Bengals defense stoned the Texans on 2.9 yards per carry as Cincinnati’s offensive and defensive lines stood the metrics on their head in Sunday's 22-13 victory in Houston.
For the second straight week the Bengals’ stars grabbed a hostile environment by the scruff of the neck Sunday and willed their way to an utterly necessary victory in the demolition derby that has become the AFC North when they swapped paint with the Texans in a 22-13 victory at something called NRG Stadium to stay in the lead at 7-3-1.
On Sunday against the Bengals, the overwhelming favorite to win NFL Defensive Player of the Year didn’t have a sack, force a fumble, intercept a pass, or score a touchdown. More importantly, his team didn’t get a win.
HOUSTON - Left tackle Andrew Whitworth put Sunday’s 22-13 victory over the Texans at NRG Stadium right there with the victories in Baltimore and Pittsburgh and other ghosts that have bedeviled the Green-Dalton Bengals.