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Posts Tagged ‘Jerome Simpson.’

Bengals WR Simpson gets 15-day sentence

 

Jerome Simpson (file photo)

Judge Gregory Bartlett of Kenton County Circuit Court in Lexington, Kentucky, said on Thursday that he was very impressed with the testimony and letters sent to him on Jerome Simpson’s behalf. He said that the Bengals wide receiver appears to be “a good person” who had a “serious lapse in judgment.”

Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis was also sent a letter to Judge Bartlett in support of Simpson. He says the team is still open to offering him a new contract. Simpson currently is an unrestricted free agent.

Judge Bartlett reduced Simpson’s jail sentenced down from 30 days to 15 and also gave him three years’ probation on a drug-related charge.

Simpson pleaded guilty March 1 to the felony charge resulting from about 2 grams of marijuana shipped to his northern Kentucky home in September 2011. He was indicted on a felony charge of marijuana trafficking, but the plea seal changed the charge to a prohibited act relating to controlled substances which is also a felony.

Simpson was the Bengals second-round draft choice from Coastal Carolina in 2008, the 46th overall pick. He caught 53 passes for 758 yards and four touchdowns in 2011.

 

Info compiled from Radio & TV news

 

Bengals still want Simpson back at WR despite drug case

 

Jerome Simpson (Bengals photo)

Eventhough WR Jerome Simpson is facing a possible four-game suspension in 2012 from the NFL, the Cincinnati Bengals say that they’ll welcome him back with a new contract.

Head coach Marvin Lewis says the organization are very open to offering the talented and speedy 26-year-old another contract, even with the possibility he’s facing jail time plus the suspension.

Simpson has spent four years with the Bengals and has come into his own the past two seasons. His career totals include 71 catches for 1,004 yards and 7 touchdowns.

Back on March 1, Simpson pleaded guilty to a drug-related charge resulting from some marijuana being shipped to his home in September. Prosecutors have said they would like to see a 60-day jail stay. The judge will decide his punishment at a hearing on April 5.

 

Info compiled from Radio & TV news

Bengals’ Simpson pleads not guilty in marijuana case

 

Jerome Simpson (file photo)

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Jerome Simpson pleaded not guilty to a marijuana trafficking case in Covington, Kentucky.

Simpson entered the plea in Kenton County Circuit Court on Monday. The grand jury indicted him on one count of marijuana trafficking in excess of 8 ounces on January 19.

The four-year NFL veteran has been under investigation since September when federal agents from California tracked a package shipped from his northern Kentucky home. Agents said that the package had 2.5 pounds of marijuana. A search of Simpson’s home revealed scales, smoking pipes and 6 more pounds of marijuana.

Simpson, whose contract ran out after the 2011 season, had a fine season catching 53 passes for 758 yards and four touchdowns.

 

Info compiled from Radio, TV news

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

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