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Draft Scout Cobi Hamilton News
10/14/14 - WR Cobi Hamilton was signed to the practice squad by the Bengals Tuesday (Oct. 14). Hamilton (6-2, 197; Arkansas) is a first-year NFL player. A sixth-round Cincinnati draft choice in 2013, he spent last season on the Bengals practice squad. He played in all four Bengals 2014 preseason games, with eight receptions for 127 yards and one TD. He was waived by the Bengals on Aug. 30, signed to the Philadelphia practice squad on Sept. 10 and released from the Eagles practice squad on Oct. 6.
10/06/14 - WR Cobu Hamilton was released from the practice squad by the Eagles Monday (Oct. 6).
09/11/14 - WR Cobi Hamilton was added to the practice squad by the Eagles Wednesday (Sept. 10).
09/10/14 - WR Cobi Hamilton was released from the practice squad by the Bengals Monday (Sept. 8).
08/29/14 - WR Cobi Hamilton: The second-year wide receiver has made some brilliant catches in the preseason and dropped some easy ones. In his final audition of the preseason against Indianapolis, Hamilton caught three passes for a game-high 74 yards, including a 50-yard touchdown pass from Tyler Wilson, his former teammate at the University of Arkansas. Meanwhile his primary competition for the final wide receiver spot, rookie seventh-round pick James Wright, sat out with a head injury.
Asked about Hamilton after the game, Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis said, "Cobi has had some good plays this preseason, and he's had some that weren't quite good enough."
The big issue outside of Wright's health is whether the Bengals can trust Hamilton to catch the ball, which is never a good question to ask of a wide receiver.