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Draft Scout Ken Bishop News
10/20/14 - DT Ken Bishop was waived by the Cowboys Saturday (Oct. 18).
09/19/14 - DT Ken Bishop (illness) is probable for Sunday's game against the St. Louis Rams.
05/11/14 - A closer look at the Cowboys' picks: Round 7/251 -- Ken Bishop, DT, 6-0, 301, Northern Illinois...The Cowboys see him as a potential plugger at nose tackle. He was named to the 2013 first team All-MAC after totaling 70 tackles, including seven tackles for a loss as a senior. He is not a pass rusher but he is expected to be solid against the run. Hard to move. - The Sports Xchange
12/06/13 - 2013 ALL-MAC FIRST TEAM: Down Lineman - Ken Bishop, Northern Illinois...Bishop, who ranks fourth on the Huskie team in tackles with 59 from his defensive tackle spot and has been a force in the middle for NIU all season, is a first-time honoree. - Northern Illinois football
12/06/13 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: Defensive tackle Ken Bishop ranks and impressive fourth on the Huskie team in tackles with 59 after making a career-high 11 stops at Toledo, and his 5.5 tackles for loss are tied for third on the team. At UMass, Bishop stepped in front of a screen pass for his first career INT and finished with nine tackles to earn his second MAC West Defensive Player of the Week Award. Bishop was also honored versus Idaho.
Akron Head Coach Terry Bowden came away impressed with the NIU senior, “I don’t think there’s a better defensive player in the league than No. 93 (Bishop). He’s got incredible strength and explosion. Whether it’s against Iowa or us, he has the ability to stick a hand in somebody’s chest and just drive them back. Then he separates with great quickness.” - Northern Illinois football