Waived by Carolina (9/5/09)...Signed as a free agent by Carolina (5/1/09)...Terminated from practice squad by the New York Giants (9/8/08)...Signed to practice squad by the New York Giants (9/1/08)...Waived by the New York Giants (8/30/08)...Claimed off waivers by the New York Giants (8/26/08)...Waived by Chicago (8/25/08)...Selected by Chicago in the seventh round (248th overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft (4/27/08).
Spent the first week of the season on the New York Giants' practice squad...Drafted in the seventh round (248th overall) by Chicago...Waived by the Bears during the preseason (8/25)....Claimed off waivers by the Giants (8/26) and waived in the final roster cutdown (8/30)...Recorded one catch for 14 yards during the preseason.
Played in 43 games with 36 starts at Arkansas...Finished career with 138 receptions for 2,151 yards...Ranks as the Razorbacks' all-time leader with 27 touchdown catches...2007 (Sr.): Played in seven games with five starts...Posted 16 receptions for 144 yards and three touchdowns...2006 (Jr.): Started 14 games...Led the team with 50 catches for 962 yards, the third-highest total in school history...Set a school record with 11 touchdown receptions...2005 (So.): Started 11 games...Recorded 35 catches for a team-leading 476 yards and seven touchdowns...2004 (Fr.): Played in 11 games with six starts...Tied for the team lead with 37 receptions for 569 yards and a team-high six touchdowns...Established a school record for the most catches in a season by a freshman.
Attended East Poinsett County HS in Lepanto, AR...Majored in transportation at Arkansas.
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