Data Scout Notes: 2014: 1stC...(+) Coming off Sept 2014 Knee INJ...POutland...2013: NA...2012: HMC
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Draft Scout Jake Fisher News
01/04/16 - OT Jake Fisher , a rookie, played the H-back position on Sunday with Ryan Hewitt out with a knee injury. Fisher stepped into his new role and helped the Bengals rush for 145 yards, including a season-high 96 from running back Jeremy Hill. Fisher was the lead blocker on several key runs.
"He's risen to every opportunity," said Lewis of Fisher. "With more reps and more opportunity he'll get better at things."
08/18/15 - T Jake Fisher has a shoulder injury and is participating only in individual drills.
05/21/15 - T Jake Fisher, selected by the Bengals in the second round of the draft (53rd overall), signed a four-year contract Wednesday (May 20).
Fisher played in 51 games at Oregon and started 13 at left tackle last season as Oregon reached the College Football Playoff title game.
"We're really excited about Jake," Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said. "He plays with great attitude, tremendous energy and passion. He's got a great future with us, and he'll get an opportunity to play this season."
05/05/15 - The Bengals used their first two picks of the draft to take offensive tackles Cedric Ogbuehi and Jake Fisher. It's the sixth time in franchise history they've selected players at the same position with their top two picks. They chose defensive tackles Mike Reid and Ron Carpenter in 1970, defensive tackles Eddie Edwards and Wilson Whitley in 1977, wide receivers David Verser and Cris Collinsworth in 1981, linebackers Takeo Spikes and Brian Simmons in 1998 and linebackers David Pollak and Odell Thurman in 2005. Head coach Marvin Lewis isn't worried about bruising any egos in that or any other position room. "They're pros," said Lewis. "They want to have the best team we can have in the National Football League so we've got to add good players to it all of the time. They understand that. They went through the process when they were picked. They know how that works. We want to have the best football team. They're out front. They can continue to prove that." - The Sports Xchange
05/05/15 - A closer look at the Bengals' nine picks: Round 2/53 - Jake Fisher, T, 6-6, 306, Oregon...The Bengals had Fisher among the players they were targeting in the first round, so when he was still around in the second round they stayed true to their draft board. He may not become a starter right away, but he will play sooner than later. - The Sports Xchange