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Bengals’ first-round pick from 2012 draft played his third year as a starter in 2017 ... Played and started 14 games at LCB, missing Games 13-14 with a concussion ... His 101-yard INT return Nov. 19 at Denver was the longest in NFL history to not result in a TD (Bengals scored three plays later) ... Also had a sack, 14 PDs (tied for team lead) and a FF ... His FF against Tennessee went out of bounds in the end-zone, resulting in a touchback ... Played 868 of 1146 possible snaps (76 percent), fourth-most among defenders ... Has played in 77 of last 80 games (including postseason).
Career transactions: Selected by Cincinnati in first round of 2012 NFL Draft (17th overall) ... Signed with Bengals on 5-18-12 ... Bengals exercised option to extend contract by one year through 2016 on 4-28-15 ... Re-signed with Bengals unrestricted free agent on 3-10-17.
2017 highlights: Played and started 14 games ... Missed Games 13-14 with a concussion ... Totaled 55 tackles, including one sack and four TFLs ... Had one INT, one FF, and tied for the team lead with 14 PDs ... Intercepted Broncos QB Brock Osweiler on Nov. 19 at Denver and returned it 101 yards before being downed at the one-yard line; that INT return stands as the longest in NFL history to not result in a TD (the next-longest INT without at TD was 98 yards, by Cleveland CB Brandon McDonald on Dec. 15, 2008 at Philadelphia) ... ... On Nov. 12 at Tennessee, poked the ball out of the hands of Titans WR Corey Davis as he was diving for the pylon; the ball went out of bounds in the end zone, giving the Bengals possession ... Sacked Colts QB Jacoby Brissett on Oct. 29 vs. Indianapolis on the opening drive ... Led the team with a season-high nine tackles on Nov. 26 vs. Cleveland.
Previous seasons: 2012—Worked his way back from preseason knee injury to make debut in Game 8, Nov. 4 vs. Denver, but a concussion suffered in Game 12 at San Diego, combined with recurrence of knee injury, sidelined him for remainder of season ... Played in five games (Games 8-12), with two tackles on defense and two on special teams.
2013—Played in 14 games (Games 1-2 and 5-16), with starts at LCB in Games 14-16 and in the team’s Wild Card playoff vs. San Diego, in place of injured Terence Newman ... Recorded three INTs (one returned for TD), one sack and five PDs ... Inactive for Games 3-4 due to hamstring injury ...: Logged first career sack, dropping Jason Campbell on Nov. 17 vs. Cleveland ... Won a 50-50 ball from Pro Bowl TE Antonio Gates at Bengals 25-yard line in third quarter Dec. 1 at San Diego, and offense responded with TD drive to take lead for good at 14-7 ... Four tackles in first career start, Dec. 15 at Pittsburgh ... Started Dec. 29 vs. Baltimore and had nine tackles (led secondary) with two INTs of Joe Flacco, the second returned 21 yards for TD in fourth quarter ... Two tackles in Wild Card playoff vs. San Diego.
2014—Played in Games 1-16 (two starts), and started at LCB in Wild Card playoff for Terence Newman, who played as reserve in his first game back after an illness ... His three INTs (one returned for a TD) tied for second on team ... Also a special teams standout, he tied for third in special teams tackles (nine) and downed four punts at or inside opponent six-yard line ... On Nov. 16 at New Orleans, the first of his two PDs broke up a play to WR Marques Colston in end zone, the first play of a Bengals goal line stand ... Earned AFC Defensive Player of the Week for his two-INT, one TD performance in playoff-clinching win Dec. 22 vs. Denver ... In the Denver game, returned Peyton Manning pass 30 yards for a TD to give Bengals a 37-28 lead in fourth quarter, and his second INT vs. Denver came with 1:07 to play, ending threat that had reached Bengals 19 ... In Wild Card playoff at Indianapolis, forced Colts to settle for a FG with a third-down PD in end zone.
2015—Played in Games 1-16, with 15 starts, and started Wild Card playoff ... On Nov. 5 vs. Cleveland, tied for team high in tackles (five) and had a PD ... Three tackles and team-high three PDs on Nov. 16 vs. Houston ... Led team with career-high 10 tackles Nov. 29 vs. St. Louis, and had team-high three PDs ... Seven tackles and two PDs Dec. 13 vs. Pittsburgh ... Seven tackles and a PD Dec. 28 at Denver ... Three tackles in Wild Card playoff vs. Pittsburgh. 2016—Started at LCB in Games 1-3 and 5-16... Inactive for Game 4, Sept. 29 vs. Miami, due to hamstring injury ... Posted 46 tackles, three INTs (tied for team lead) and 10 PDs (second on team) ... On Sept. 11 at N.Y. Jets, his end-zone PD against Brandon Marshall on a fourth-and-goal play in first quarter helped force Jets to settle for FG ... On Sept. 18 at Pittsburgh, had an acrobatic INT of a Ben Roethlisberger deep pass, one additional PD and two tackles ... On Nov. 14 at N.Y. Giants, jumped a sideline route and intercepted Eli Manning pass at Giants 28 in second quarter, returning 21 yards to set up a FG ... On Nov. 20 vs. Buffalo, snagged INT off Tyrod Taylor on the Bengals’ 22 in second quarter.
College: Played three seasons (2009-11) at Alabama, helping Tide to 36-4 record that included BCS national championships in ’09 (14-0 record) and ’11 (13-1 record) ... Entered NFL draft after junior season ... Played in 38 games, with starts in 25 contests (12 as a sophomore and 13 as a junior) ... Totaled 91 tackles, three INTs, 16 PDs, three FFs, a FR and a TD on a blocked punt return ... Started all 13 games as a junior for unbeaten BCS national champs ... Had no INTs as a junior (nine PDs and two FFs), but analysts recognized opponents’ reluctance to throw in his area, and he still earned first-team All-America honors from Football Writers Association and Pro Football Weekly, along with second-team nod from Associated Press.
Personal: Hometown is Gadsden, Ala. ... Attended Gadsden (Ala.) City High School, where he earned ratings among the elite college CB prospects in the nation ... Earned All-America honors from Parade, USA Today and Super Prep ... Was a general studies major at Alabama ... Has established the 21 Kids Foundation, with goal of creating a healthy environment for the mental health community and assisting youth in academics and athletics ... Has a son, Deandre ... First name is pronounced “DRAY.”