2007
Game 1 vs. Pittsburgh 9/9: Played WR with 1 reception for 7 yards…Also played on special teams with 4 kickoff returns for 98 yards (24.5 avg.) and a long of 32 yards…Handled punt returns with 1 FC…Game 2 vs. Cincinnati 9/16: Started at WR and had 1 rush for 11 yards…Played on special teams and established a career-high 183 kickoff return yards on 5 returns (36.6 avg.), including an 85-yard return…The 183 kickoff return yards also marked the third highest kickoff return yards in a single-game in club history…In the 2nd quarter, returned the kickoff 85 yards down to the Bengals 11-yard line, and three plays later, QB Derek Anderson connected with WR Joe Jurevicius for a 9-yard TD strike to open a 20-14 lead…Also had 2 punt returns for 11 yards…Added 2 special teams tackles…Game 3 at Oakland 9/23: Handled kickoff returns with 4 returns for 174 yards (43.5 avg.), including a 99-yard kickoff return for TD…In the 2nd quarter, returned the kickoff 99 yards for TD to cut the Oakland lead, 16-7…The 99-yard return for a touchdown was the fifth longest in franchise history…The kickoff return for TD was the third of his career and tied him with Bobby Mitchell for the franchise record…Became the first player in franchise history to have a kickoff return in three consecutive seasons…Handled punt returns with 1 return for 22 yards…Played WR with 1 rush for 7 yards…Also led the team with 3 special teams tackles…Game 4 vs. Baltimore 9/30: Played WR with 1 rush for 2 yards…Played on special teams with 3 kickoff returns for 94 yards (31.3 avg.), including a long of 41 yards...Added 1 special teams tackle…Was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Month…Game 5 at New England 10/7: Played WR with 1 rush for 11 yards…Played on special teams with 5 kickoff returns for 118 yards (23.6 avg.), including a long of 31 yards…Became the franchise career leader in kickoff return yards with 3,255 yards, surpassing Dino Hall (3,185)…Also added 1 punt return for 11 yards…Game 6 vs. Miami 10/14: Played WR with 1 rush for 4 yards…Played on special teams with 5 kickoff returns for 141 yards (28.2 avg.) and 2 punt returns for 19 yards…Added 1 special teams tackle…Game 7 at St. Louis 10/28: Played WR with 1 rush for 18 yards…Added 2 kickoff returns for 57 yards and 1 punt return for 18 yards…Also added 2 special teams tackles…Game 8 vs. Seattle 11/4: Played WR…Added 6 kickoff returns for 161 yards (26.8 avg.), including a long of 38 yards and 1 punt return for 18 yards…Also had 2 special teams tackles…Game 9 at Pittsburgh 11/11: Played WR and special teams with 4 kickoff returns for 204 yards (51.0 avg.), including a 100-yard kickoff return for a TD and another 90-yard kickoff return…His 100-yard kickoff return for a TD was the longest of his career and the fourth kickoff return for a TD of his career…His 4 kickoff returns for a TD established a franchise record (Bobby Mitchell, 3)…His 204 kickoff return yards is a career-high and the second highest single-game total in franchise history (Richard Alston, 212, at Cincinnati 11/28/2004)…In the 1st quarter, returned a kickoff 90 yards down to the Pittsburgh 3-yard line, and four plays later QB Derek Anderson connected with FB Lawrence Vickers for a 2-yard TD pass to open a 14-3 lead…In the 4th quarter, returned a kickoff 100-yards for a TD to give the Browns a 28-24 lead…Had 4 punt returns for 19 yards (4.8 avg.)…Added 1 special teams tackle…Game 10 at Baltimore 11/18: Played WR and special teams as he set a franchise single-game record with 245 kickoff return yards on 7 returns (35.0 avg.), including a long of 50 yards…Also had 4 punt returns for 61 yards (15.3 avg.), including a long of 26 yards…Totaled 306 yards in kickoff and punt returns combined, which ranks third best in NFL history…In the 3rd quarter, had a 26 yard punt return down to the Ravens 11-yard line and 3 plays later, QB Derek Anderson added a 1-yard TD run to open a 20-14 lead…Late in the 4th quarter, had a 39 yard kickoff return to the Cleveland 43 yard line and three plays later K Phil Dawson tied the game with a 51-yard field goal at the end of regulation to send the game to overtime…In overtime, took the opening kickoff 41 yards to the Cleveland 41 yard line and nine plays later, Dawson converted a 33-yard FG for a 33-30 overtime victory…In the 1st quarter, forced a fumble on special teams as he tackled Ravens PR Cory Ross and forced the fumble, recovered by Browns DB Mike Adams, at the Baltimore 29-yard line…Added 2 special teams tackles and 1 forced fumble…Game 11 vs. Houston 11/25: Started at WR as the Browns opened in a three-WR formation…Had 2 kickoff returns for 54 yards and 2 punt returns for 21 yards…Set a franchise record for kickoff return yards in a single-season with 1,529 yards, breaking his record he set last season (1,494 in 2006)…Also added 1 special teams tackles…Named AFC Special Teams Player of the Month…Game 12 at Arizona 12/2: Played WR with 1 rush for 1 yard…In the 4th quarter, converted a two-point conversion with a pass to TE Kellen Winslow to cut the deficit, 21-18...Handled returns with 3 kickoff returns for 31 yards and 2 punt returns for 31 yards…Added 2 tackles on special teams…Game 13 at N.Y. Jets 12/9: Played WR with 1 reception for 18 yards and 1 rush for 4 yards…Also had 2 kickoff returns for 51 yards and 2 punt returns for 7 yards…Game 14 vs. Buffalo 12/16: Played WR and on special teams with 1 kickoff return for 26 yards and 2 punt returns for 5 yards…Also added 1 special teams tackle…Game 15 at Cincinnati 12/23: Played WR with 1 reception for 12 yards…Also added 4 kickoff returns for 115 yards (28.8 avg.) and 2 punt returns for 27 yards (13.5 avg.)…Added 1 special teams tackle…Game 16 vs. San Francisco 12/30: Played WR…Added 4 punt returns for 135 yards (33.8 avg.), including a 76 yard punt return for a TD…The 76-yard punt return for TD marked the first of his career…Added 2 kickoff returns for 57 yards…In the 1st quarter, returned a punt 76 yard for a TD to open a 7-0 lead…In the 1st quarter, also added a 53 yard punt return…Both returns marked his top two punt returns of his career…The 135 punt return yards marked the second highest in franchise history (166, Eric Metcalf, 10/24/93 vs. Pittsburgh)…Added 4 special teams tackles.

2006
Second-year pro solidified himself as a threat on special teams…Set the Browns franchise single-season record with 1,494 kickoff return yards and 61 kickoff returns…Returned his second career kickoff return for a 92-yard TD vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 19…Named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week after his performance vs. Oakland on Oct. 1, with kickoff returns of 65 and 53 yards…Led the team with 25 special teams tackles…Played in all 16 games, including one start at wide receiver, and totaled 10 receptions for 91 yards (9.1 avg.)…Made his first career start vs. Baltimore on Sept. 24, as the Browns opened in a three-wide receiver set…Recorded 11 returns over 30 yards; seven returns over 40 yards; and four returns over 50 yards…Also had 6 punt returns for 51 yards (8.5 avg.), and a long of 34 yards…Game 1 vs. New Orleans 9/10: Played WR and also added 5 kickoff returns for 114 yards (22.8 avg.), including a long of 40 yards…Also added 4 special teams tackles…Game 2 at Cincinnati 9/17: Played WR with 1 reception for 11 yards and had 5 kickoff returns for 109 yards (21.8 avg.), including a long of 26 yards…Also added 2 special teams tackles…Game 3 vs. Baltimore 9/24: Started at WR as the Browns opened in a three-WR formation and added 1 reception for 6 yards…Also had 2 kickoff returns for 48 yards (24.0 avg.)…Added 1 special teams tackle…Game 4 at Oakland 10/1: Played on special teams and totaled 2 kickoff returns for 118 yards (59.0 avg.), with returns of 65 yards and 53 yards…Was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week…In the 2nd quarter, had a 65-yard kickoff return down to the Oakland 32-yard line and 7 plays later, K Phil Dawson connected on a 28-yard FG to cut the Oakland lead to 14-3…Also in the 2nd quarter, added a 53-yard kickoff return to the Oakland 43-yard line and 7 plays later, QB Charlie Frye connected with TE Darnell Dinkins on a 3-yard TD pass to cut the Oakland lead to 21-10…Game 5 at Carolina 10/8: Played WR with 2 receptions for 18 yards…Also added 4 kickoff returns for 119 yards (29.8 avg.), including a long of 64 yards…His 64-yard kickoff return in the 3rd quarter helped set up a K Phil Dawson 47-yard FG…Replaced PR Dennis Northcutt (rib) in the 3rd quarter and had 2 punt returns for 43 yards (21.5 avg.), including a long of 34 yards…His 34-yard punt return was a career-high and helped set up a K Phil Dawson 22-yard FG…Also added 2 special teams tackles…Game 6 vs. Denver 10/22: Played WR with a career-high 4 receptions for 32 yards…Handled return duties with 2 punt returns for 2 yards and 3 kickoff returns for 94 yards (31.3 avg.), including a long of 44 yards…Game 7 vs. N.Y. Jets 10/29: Played WR with 1 reception for 14 yards…Also handled return duties with 3 kickoff returns for 62 yards (20.7 avg.), including a long of 30 yards and 1 punt return for 1 yard…Game 8 at San Diego 11/5: Played WR and also on special teams with 4 kickoff returns for 111 yards (27.8 avg.), including a long of 47 yards…Added 2 special teams tackles…Game 9 at Atlanta 11/12: Played WR with 1 reception for 10 yards…Added 3 kickoff returns for 56 yards (18.7 avg.)…Also tied for the team lead with 4 special teams tackles…Game 10 vs. Pittsburgh 11/19: Played WR and also on special teams…Had 4 kickoff returns for 150 yards (37.5 avg.), and 1 TD…In the 4th quarter, returned a kickoff 92 yards for a TD to open a 20-10 lead…The 92-yard kickoff return for a TD was the second of his career and tied for 10th longest in franchise history…Also had 2 special teams tackles…Game 11 vs. Cincinnati 11/26: Played WR and added 5 kickoff returns for 108 yards (21.6 avg.), including a long of 29 yards…Game 12 vs. Kansas City 12/3: Played WR and lined up under center for 1 rush for 9 yards…Also had 4 kickoff returns for 87 yards (21.8 avg.), including a long of 30 yards…With his 87 kickoff return yards, established the franchise single-season mark for kickoff return yards in one season, breaking his old mark from last season (Cribbs, 1,094 kickoff return yards in 2005)…Also added 2 special teams tackles…Game 13 at Pittsburgh 12/7: Played WR and added 5 kickoff returns for 76 yards (15.2 avg.)…Also led the team with 4 special team tackles…Game 14 at Baltimore 12/17: Played WR and attempted a pass in the 2nd quarter, which fell incomplete…Also added 5 kickoff returns for 94 yards (18.8 avg.) and 1 special teams tackle…Game 15 vs. Tampa Bay 12/24: Played WR and also on special teams with 4 kickoff returns for 79 yards…Game 16 at Houston 12/31: Played WR with 1 rush for 2 yards…Also played on special teams with 3 kickoff returns for 69 yards (23.0 avg.)…Added 1 special teams tackle.

2005
Earned a roster spot during training camp as an undrafted rookie special teamer and appeared in 14 games with 45 kickoffs for 1,094 yards and 1 TD…Returned a kickoff 90 yards for a TD vs. Detroit on Oct. 23…His 1,094 yards set a franchise record for the most kickoff return yardage in a season…His 45 kickoff returns in a season rank sixth most in team history…Ranked second on the club with 19 special teams tackles…Game 1 vs. Cincinnati 9/11: Made his NFL debut by playing on special teams...Had 1 kickoff return for 14 yards…Added 1 special teams tackle…Left the game in the 2nd quarter with a left knee injury and did not return…Game 2 at Green Bay 9/18: Inactive (left knee)…Game 3 at Indianapolis 9/25: Inactive (left knee)…Game 4 vs. Chicago 10/9: Played on special teams with 3 kickoff returns for 61 yards (20.3 avg.), including a long of 22 yards…Added 1 special teams tackle…Game 5 at Baltimore 10/16: Played on special teams with 3 kickoff returns for 61 yards (20.3 avg.)…Game 6 vs. Detroit 10/23: Played on special teams with 4 kickoff returns for 152 yards (38.0 avg.), including a 90-yard return for a TD…In the 2nd quarter, returned a kickoff 90 yards for a TD to give the Browns a 10-7 lead…The kickoff return for TD was his first in the NFL and he became only the fifth Browns rookie to return a kickoff for a TD…His 152 kickoff return yards ranks 12th most in franchise history for return yards in a game, and second among rookies…Also added 2 solo tackles…Game 7 at Houston 10/30: Played on special teams with 4 kickoff returns for 102 yards (25.5 avg.), including a long of 29 yards…Game 8 vs. Tennessee 11/6: Played on special teams with 1 kickoff return for 4 yards and 1 punt return for 5 yards…Also added 2 special teams tackles…Game 9 at Pittsburgh 11/13: Played on special teams with 3 kickoff returns for 65 yards (21.7 avg.), including a long of 25 yards…Left the game in the 3rd quarter (stinger) and did not return…Added 4 special teams tackles…Game 10 vs. Miami 11/20: Played on special teams with 1 kickoff return for 16 yards…Added 2 special teams tackles…Game 11 at Minnesota 11/27: Played on special teams with 5 kickoff returns for 155 yards (31.0 avg.), including a long of 48 yards…Game 12 vs. Jacksonville 12/4: Played on special teams with 4 kickoff returns for 75 yards (18.8 avg.)…Added 1 special teams tackle…Game 13 at Cincinnati 12/11: Played WR and on special teams with 4 kickoff returns for 87 yards (21.8 avg.), including a long of 31 yards…Had 1 special teams tackle…Game 14 at Oakland 12/18: Played WR and recorded his first NFL reception with a 7-yard catch in the 1st quarter…Also played on special teams with 1 kickoff return for 48 yards…Added 1 special teams tackle…Game 15 vs. Pittsburgh 12/24: Played WR and also on special teams with a career-high 6 kickoff returns for 126 yards (21.0 avg.), including a long of 28 yards…Made 2 special teams tackles…Game 16 vs. Baltimore 1/1: Played on special teams with 5 kickoff returns for 128 yards (25.6 avg.), including a long of 54 yards…In the 3rd quarter, returned a kickoff 54 yards and three plays later, QB Charlie Frye connected with WR Antonio Bryant for a 6-yard TD pass to cut the deficit to 16-13…Added 2 special teams tackles.

College Highlights
Collegiate quarterback-turned-wideout was a four-year starter and Kent State’s all-time total offense leader with 10,839 yards…Rushed and passed for 1,000 yards in three of four seasons and passed for 55 TDs and rushed for another 38 TDs during his career…Honorable Mention All-MAC performer who set eight career, four single season and two single game school records…One of only two players in NCAA history with 1,000 yards passing and 1,000 yards rushing in two seasons…Had 12 career games with 100 or more yards both rushing and passing…Holds school records in pass completions (616), attempts (1,123) and yards (7,169) and ranks second in TD passes (40) and third in completion percentage (54.9%)…Kent State’s third leading rusher all-time with 3,670 yards and a school-record 38 TDs…Scored 41 total TDs and scored 246 points, both school records…Holds MAC record for rushing yards by a QB.

Personal
Earned first-team all-metro honors from the Washington Post and the D.C. Pigskins Club as a senior at Dunbar High School in Washington, D.C…Selected to SuperPrep magazine’s all-region team and the DCAreaPreps.com All-Net Team…Led the Crimson Tide to the DCIAA West Division title and the city championship with a 9-3 record…Named team’s most valuable player…Completed 130-of-277 pass attempts for 2,258 yards as a senior and tossed 23 TDs and ran for 7 TDs...Earned letters in football, baseball, basketball and swimming…Born June 9, 1983 in Washington, D.C….Pre-business major.