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Posts Tagged ‘Andre Caldwell.’

Bengals lose WR Caldwell to IR; promote former UC star Binns

 

Andre Caldwell of Bengals in 2011 (photo by Jeffrey Beall via wikipedia commons)

The Cincinnati Bengals have placed wide receiver Andre Caldwell on injured reserve because of a hernia.

Caldwell played in 13 games this season, making 37 catches for 317 yards and three touchdowns.

The 26-year-old Florida Gators product has been with Cincinnati since 2008. He has 124 receptions for 1,172 yards and 6 TD’s.

To replace Caldwell, the Bengals signed rookie Armon Binns from their practice squad. He is graduate of the University of Cincinnati.

 

Info courtesy of the Cincinnati Bengals

Bengals place Shipley on injured reserve; season is over for WR

 

Cincinnati Bengals slot receiver Jordan Shipley season has ended with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee.

The injury was diagnosed earlier last week and then the team placed him on injured reserve.

Jordan Shipley (file photo)

Shipley’s knee was injured in the Bengals’ 24-22 loss in Denver last Sunday. He caught three passes for 15 yards.

Shipley, a third-round draft pick from the University of Texas in 2010 and quickly fit in to the Bengals offensive plans, becoming the team’s dependable third-down receiver. He led AFC rookie receivers with 600 yards and he tied fellow rookie and teammate Jermaine Gresham for the AFC lead with 52 catches.

Andre Caldwell, the Bengals fourth-year veteran, will replace Shipley in the offense.

Info compiled from NFL & Cincinnati Bengals

Bengals sign WR Green to be #1 receiver with Ochocinco gone

 

A.J. Green (courtesy of Georgia athletics)

With the trade of long-time star receiver Chad Ochocinco to the New England Patriots, the Cincinnati Bengals are ushering in a new era that will showcase their young receivers of Jordan Shipley, Andre Caldwell, Jerome Simpson and Quan Cosby.

Also added to the mix will be their new deep threat, wide receiver A.J. Green, the team’s first-round draft pick, who agreed to terms on a four-year contract.

The 6-foot-4, 211-pound Green, who is 22, was taken number-4 overall by Cincinnati. A native of Summerville, South Carolina. Green in his freshman year at Georgia, caught 56 balls for 963 yards and eight touchdowns. He followed that up in 2009 with 47 catches, 751 yards and 6 touchdowns.

After serving a four-game suspension in 2010, Green garnered totals of 57 receptions, 848 receiving yards and 9 touchdowns.

He then declared for the NFL draft.

 

Info compiled from Cincinnati Bengals news

Bengals select A.J. Green with number 4 pick

 

A.J. Green (courtesy of Georgia athletics)

The Cincinnati Bengals have a nice wide receiving corp that has one veteran in Chad Ochocinco and several talented, but young players in Jerome Simpson, Jordan Shipley, Quan Crosby, Jermaine Gresham and Andre Caldwell. Now they’ve added a receiver who is fast, has good hands and can outjump defensive backs for the ball and make acrobatic catches.

The Bengals selected receiver A.J. Green of the University of Georgia Bulldogs with the fourth overall pick in the 2011 NFL draft.

Green is the first receiver that Cincinnati has selected with their top pick since 2000, when they selected Peter Warrick of Florida State.

The 6’3, 211 Green became one of Georgia’s all-time best receivers in only three seasons, catching 166 passes for 2,542 yards and 23 touchdowns.

 

compiled from University of Georgia, NFL Draft & Cincinnati Bengals news

43rd Bengals season closes in Baltimore with 13-7 loss

Jerome Simpson came through again (Bengals photo)

The Cincinnati Bengals ended a very disappointing season at 4-12 in Baltimore.

The Bengals playing without several starters stayed with the Ravens, but couldn’t pull off the upset and lost 13-7.

Under head coach Marvin Lewis, the Bengals 2010 season was the third losing season in four years and second time in three seasons that the team has suffered double-digit losses.

Cincinnati finished last in the AFC North for the first time since 2002, will have the fourth pick in the NFL draft. It’ll be the third time in four years, the Bengals are selecting in the top 10.

QB Carson Palmer finished 32 of 45 for 305 yards and a touchdown, but he suffered two interceptions and a fumble. This was the fourth time he has thrown for 300 + yards on the season, all losses.

WR Jerome Simpson, Palmer’s new deep threat, became the fifth receiver in team history to have 12 or more catches in a game, had 12 for 123 yards but also lost two fumbles. Simpson has shown that he will be a threat in 2011.

Simpson’s teammate on the other side, WR Andre Caldwell caught 7 balls for 94 yards and has shown he is a deep threat as well to go along with Chad Ochocinco probably becoming an intermediate receiver.

The Bengals did end the season strong winning 2 of their last 3.

compiled from staff, NFL & Cincinnati Bengals news

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