Waived by Carolina (8/24/09)...Signed as a free agent by Carolina (4/6/09)...Placed on injured reserve by Carolina with an injured right knee (8/25/08)...Signed as a free agent from practice squad by Carolina (12/21/07)...Signed to practice squad by Carolina (9/3/07)...Waived by Minnesota (9/1/07)...Signed as a free agent from practice squad by Minnesota (11/14/06)...Signed to practice squad by Minnesota (11/2/06)...Waived by Minnesota (10/31/06)...Signed as a free agent from practice squad by Minnesota (10/30/06)...Signed to practice squad by Minnesota (9/5/06)...Waived by Minnesota (9/3/06)...Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by Minnesota (5/3/06).
Career (1/0); 2008 (IR); 2007 (0/0); 2006 (1/0).
Saw action in three preseason games before suffering a season-ending right knee injury versus Washington (8/23)...Posted five catches for 52 yards and averaged 7.4 yards on 14 punt returns and 20.4 yards on five kickoff returns...Placed on injured reserve by Carolina (8/25).
Attended training camp with Minnesota...Waived by the Vikings in the final roster cutdown (9/1)...Signed to the practice squad by Carolina (9/3), where he spent the first 14 weeks of the season...Signed to the Panthers active roster (12/21) and was inactive for the season's final two games.
Split entire season between Minnesota's active roster and practice squad...Played in one game and was inactive for seven contests in two stints on the active roster...Had two stints on the practice squad for a total of eight games...Originally signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by the Vikings (5/3)...Spent the first six weeks on the practice squad before being promoted to the 53-man roster (10/30)... Inactive versus New England (10/30) prior to being waived (10/31) and re-signed to the practice squad (11/2), where he remained for two games until being signed to the active roster (11/14) for the final seven contests...Vs. St. Louis (12/31): Made NFL debut.
Played in 42 games with 13 starts for Texas A&M...Began career at quarterback before moving to wide receiver as a sophomore... Accumulated 2,892 all-purpose yards...Tallied 102 catches for 1,457 yards and six touchdowns...Produced 351 yards rushing and five touchdowns on 38 carries...Returned 48 kickoffs for 977 yards and one touchdown and 16 punts for 107 yards...Completed two-of-five passes for 69 yards and one touchdown...2005 (Sr.): Big 12 Honorable Mention...Played in 11 games with seven starts...Led the Aggies with 54 receptions for 827 touchdowns and six touchdowns... Gained 99 yards rushing on 17 attempts...Averaged 19.1 yards on 18 kickoff returns for 344 yards...2004 (Jr.): Played in 12 games with five starts...Ranked second on the team with 36 catches for 468 yards... Rushed for 68 yards and three touchdowns on nine carries... Completed one-of-two passes for 23 yards and one touchdown... Averaged 18.3 yards on 18 kickoff returns for 330 yards...2003 (So.): Played in 11 games with one start...Posted 12 receptions for 162 yards...Notched seven rushes for 128 yards and one touchdown... Returned seven kickoffs for 199 yards and one touchdown and 12 punts for 85 yards...2002 (Fr.): Played in eight games...Carried five times for 56 yards and one touchdown...Recorded five kickoff returns for 104 yards and four punt returns for 22 yards...2001: Did not play as a partial qualifier.
Attended Caldwell (TX) HS...Majored in agriculture and life sciences at Texas A&M.
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