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
11/08/17 - OT Jake Fisher was placed on the Bengals' non-football illness list Wednesday. Fisher exited Sunday's 23-7 loss to the Jaguars with an illness that landed him in the hospital.
11/06/17 - RT Jake Fisher left Sunday's game after two possessions due to an unspecified illness that required treatment at the hospital. Head coach Marvin Lewis was coy about Fisher's condition on Monday. "It's not as serious as I would think it is, but it took him out of the game yesterday," Lewis said.
09/07/16 - LT Jake Fisher, who provides the Bengals with some much-needed depth at multiple positions on the offensive line, was full-speed at Wednesday's practice after being limited in the preseason with knee and ankle injuries.
08/19/16 - OT Jake Fisher was carted off the field in the first quarter of Thursday's game against the Detroit Lions. The initial diagnosis: sprained right ankle. "It's part of playing football," coach Marvin Lewis said following Thursday's game. "I think every year you have some of those, but we'll be alright. We just have to keep playing. Somebody's got to step up and play and that's part of it."
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."