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Gregg Guenther

Gregg Guenther
Date of birth (1982-01-29) January 29, 1982
Place of birth Calabasas, California
Career information
Position(s) Tight end
Height 6 ft 8 in (203 cm)
Weight 255 lb (116 kg)
College Southern California
Career history
As player
2005-2006 Tennessee Titans
2006-2007 Cincinnati Bengals
Career stats
  • Playing stats at CBS.com
  • Playing stats at DatabaseFootball.com

Gregg Guenther, Jr. (born January 29, 1982 in Calabasas, CA) was a National Football League tight end for the Cincinnati Bengals.

College career

Guenther played basketball and football at the University of Southern California.[1] He played in 24 football games, starting 8 of them, during which he totaled 24 receptions for 206 yards and three touchdowns. He opted to not play football his senior year in order to concentrate on basketball. He played power forward and center for four years with the Trojans' basketball team and averaged 5.5 points and 4.4 rebounds a game.

Professional career

As a member of the Tennessee Titans, Guenther played under head coach Jeff Fisher, who attended the same high school (Taft in Woodland Hills, California) and college (USC) as Guenther. He also played under Titans' offensive coordinator Norm Chow while at USC. During the 2005 season, Guenther appeared in five games with two receptions for 13 yards.

On September 3, 2006, Guenther was waived by the Tennessee Titans. By November 1, 2006 Guenther signed with the Cincinnati Bengals practice squad under head coach Marvin Lewis. Guenther was waived from the Cincinnati Bengals in June 2007.

References

  1. ^ http://www.usclegends.org/gregg-guenther.php


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