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Posts Tagged ‘Jacksonville Jaguars.’

Bengals new edition Binns given Ochocinco’s old #85

 

Armon Binns (UC photo)

The Cincinnati Bengals have moved on since the trade of former wide receiver Chad Ochocinco’s trade to the New England Patriots during the recent training camp.

The Bengals have assigned Ochocinco’s #85 to Armon Binns, a 22-year-old receiver who is 6’4, 2o4-pounds and was a 4-year letterwinner at nearby University of Cincinnati.

The Bengals signed Binns to their practice squad last week. Before coming back to Cincinnati, Ohio, Binns signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars as an undrafted free agent.

Binns is a native of Pasadena, California.

Info compiled from Cincinnati Bengals news

Mount Union receiver Shorts take by Jaguars in draft

 

Cecil Shorts III (file photo)

Eventhough the Mount Union Purple Raiders football team competes in NCAA Division III, the program is highly respected by the National Football League.

During the Purple Raiders domination of the Ohio Athletic Conference the past 18 years, they’ve had several players drafted.

Three years ago, receiver Pierre Garcon was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts and is a star in the league.

Now, Cecil Shorts III is ready to make the big leap from non-scholarship football to the big-time of the NFL.

The Mount Union receiver has been drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the fourth round over the weekend, going 114th overall.

Shorts was a three-time All-American at the Alliance, Ohio school and was named the 2009 D3football.com national offensive player of the year.

Coming out of Cleveland Collingwood High School as a quarterback, Shorts played in 55 games for Mount Union and caught 259 passes for 4,705 yards and 63 touchdowns for head coach Larry Kehres’ team.

 

compiled from staff, Mount Union & Jacksonville Jaguars news

NFL:Bengals blow 28-7 lead; Browns lose in final minutes

BUFFALO BILLS 49  CINCINNATI BENGALS 31

Ryan Fitzpatrick (file photo)

Former Bengals backup quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick matched his career-high with four touchdown passes during the Bills biggest comeback in 13 years, and Buffalo (2-8) won their second game in a row in a row. The game was played in Cincinnati, Ohio.

The Bengals seemed to be in control  after CB Johnathan Joseph’s interception return put them up 28-7 in the second quarter.

The smallest crowd of 55,654 since 2003, saw the 2-8 Bengals collapse like the Great Wall.

WR Steve Johnson caught three of Fitzpatrick’s touchdown passes.

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS 24  CLEVELAND BROWNS 20

Maurice Jones-Drew (file photo)

Maurice Jones-Drew followed a 75-yard reception with a 1-yard dive into the end zone with 1:16 left in the game to give the Jacksonville Jaguars (6-4) a win despite committing six turnovers.

The Browns (3-7) had a chance to win on their final possession, but Colt McCoy’s pass to Mike Bell at the goal line was tipped.

compiled from NFL news

MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: Kerry Collins rescues Tennessee again!

The Tennessee Titans won the battle of backup quarterbacks Monday night as the humbled the Jacksonville Jaguars, 30-3 in Jacksonville, Florida.

The win put them in a three-way tie for first in the AFC South Division with Indianapolis and Houston.

Kerry Collins (NFL)

Vince Young was knocked out of the game on the second series because of a sprained left knee, and Kerry Collins led the 4-2 Titans on five scoring drives in a row.

Chris Johnson finished with 111 yards rushing on 20 carries for Tennessee.

David Garrard left the game late in the first half with a concussion and was replaced by Trent Edwards.

On three drives inside the Tennessee 20-yard line, Jacksonville, now 3-3, turned it over twice and had to settle for a field goal.

compiled from staff & NFL news

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