Derrick Harvey’s disappointing NFL career might have reached its conclusion.
The Cincinnati Bengals cut ties with the former first-round draft pick Sunday, less than four months after signing Harvey to a one-year deal. The team ate a $60,000 signing bonus.
The Jacksonville Jaguars traded up 18 spots to select Harvey No. 8 overall in the 2008 NFL Draft, but...
Toady, the Cincinnati Bengals chose to cut former first-round pick Derrick Harvey (Credit: AP Photo/Al Behrman)
Today, the Cincinnati Bengals released the former top-10 pick, according to Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer, in what could well be the last stop for the former Jaguars disappointment.
The Bengals actually gave Harvey a $60,000 signing bonus, but didn’t see enough...
CINCINNATI (AP) -- The Bengals have released defensive end Derrick Harvey, who signed as a free agent last March.
Harvey played his first three seasons with Jacksonville, then two with Denver before leaving as an unrestricted free agent. The Bengals hoped he would give them more depth on the line.
He was released one week into training camp.
The Bengals (No. 14 in the AP Pro32...
The Bengals re-signed cornerback Adam ''Pacman'' Jones and offensive tackle Anthony Collins on Friday. Cincinnati also signed defensive end Derrick Harvey, a free agent who played for the Broncos last season.
Jones has played five years in the NFL, and will enter his third season with the Bengals. He was sidelined with a neck injury last season, but still played...
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March 23, 2012
Name: Derrick Harvey
Height, Weight: 6’5″, 268
Position: Defensive End
Age, Experience: 25, 5
Defensive end Derrick Harvey was a promising prospect coming out of college in 2008. Winner of the BCS National Championship Game’s Defensive MVP Award the year before, Harvey opted not to come out for the 2007 NFL Draft (to the surprise of...