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Tevin Reese
WR #16
Height:
5-11
Weight:
170
College:
Baylor
Hometown:
Temple, Texas
Experience:
1

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Bio

      Big producer for successful Baylor teams will vie for Bengals 2015 roster spot after spending ’14 season on Cincinnati practice squad ... Was a seventh-round draft choice of San Diego in ’14.

      Big producer for successful Baylor teams will vie for Bengals 2015 roster spot after spending ’14 season on Cincinnati practice squad ... Was a seventh-round draft choice of San Diego in ’14.

     Career transactions: Selected by San Diego in seventh round of 2014 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 ... Signed to Bengals roster on 1-5-15.

     2014 recap: Played in all four of San Diego’s preseason games, recording five receptions for 43 yards ... Waived in Chargers’ final cuts and joined Bengals practice squad the week of Game 1 ... On practice squad through the Wild Card playoff, and signed just after the season to Cincinnati 2015 offseason roster.

     College: Played four seasons (2010-13) at Baylor, seeing action in 48 games (31 starts) ... Three-time All-Big 12 performer, including first-team as a senior ... Caught 187 passes for 3102 yards and 24 TDs, leaving as Baylor ranked third all-time in all three categories ... Scored 21 of his 24 TDs on plays of 40 or more yards, most 40-plus TD catches I NCAA history ... Part of the first class of Baylor players to play in four straight bowl games, capped off by program’s first Big 12 title and BCS bowl.

     Personal: Hometown is Temple, Texas ... Attended Temple High School, where he was an all-district performer in football and set school track records in triple jump, long jump and 300-meter hurdles ... Earned regional all-academic honors in high school and was on Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll in 2011 at Baylor, where he was a general studies major ... In 2009, before enrolling at Baylor, competed on USA Football’s Junior National Team.

      NOTE ABOUT NFL EXPERIENCE: Reese did not earn an accrued year of experience toward NFL free agency in 2014 because he was not on a 53-player roster, a Reserve/Injured list or a Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform list for the required minimum of six games.

 

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