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A coveted unrestricted free agent acquisition, Reader enters his first season in Cincinnati after spending his first four years (2016-19) with Houston ... At a massive 347 pounds, is considered a stout presence on the interior of the defensive line who excels particularly in run defense ... Enters 2020 with 61 career games played (52 starts), 154 tackles and 6.5 sacks ... Helped Texans rank No. 3 in the NFL in run defense in 2018 ... Originally a fifth-round pick of the Texans in 2016 ... Considered an impressive athlete for his size, and was a first baseman and pitcher for Clemson's nationally ranked baseball team in 2013.
What Is D.J. Reader's Favorite Holiday Song? | Know Your Pro
Bengals defensive tackle D.J. Reader answers questions from St. Xavier High School in the latest "Know Your Pro," presented by Gold Star Chili.
GEICO Locker Room: "Still Got That Fight" | Week 3 Postgame at Philadelphia
Postgame comments from D.J. Reader and coach Zac Taylor after the Week 3 contest against the Philadelphia Eagles. Presented by GEICO.
GEICO Locker Room: D.J. Reader Becoming A Better Leader
Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle D.J. Reader is willing to do whatever it takes to help become a better leader.
D.J. Reader explains why Cincinnati was the right choice in free agency
Cincinnati Bengals DT D.J. Reader explains why Cincinnati was the right choice for him in free agency and shares his early impression of QB Joe Burrow.
Upbeat Reader Ready To Start Season As Bengals Defensive Front Eyes Elusive Health
Emboldened by his encouraging rehab, the addition of his college defensive line coach and the potential return of something near NFL normalcy for a team that had so many close calls, Bengals nose tackle D.J. Reader has the same snap-crackle-and-pop optimism he brought with him last season in free agency.
D.J. Reader Sheds Weight In Hunger To Be His Best
D.J. Reader has beached the Cap'n Crunch this offseason, among other carbs, as the Bengals' new, lighter anchor looks to expand on a role that made him one of the NFL's top young defensive linemen for the Texans last year. Reader says he has shed about 20 pounds and is now about 320. He still remains hungry despite becoming the NFL's highest-paid nose tackle.