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Team

Devon Still
DT #91
Height:
6-5
Weight:
305
College:
Penn State
Hometown:
Camden, NJ
Experience:
4
Defensive
YearTeamGTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntTDsYdsAvgLng
TOTAL 33 43 20 23 0.5 0 3 0 0 0 -- 0
2016 HOU 3 3 2 1 0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2014 CIN 12 19 11 8 0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2013 CIN 10 7 3 4 0 -- 3 -- -- -- -- --
2012 CIN 8 14 4 10 0.5 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --

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TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Cincinnati Bengals with the 21st pick in the second round (53rd overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft...Released by the Bengals on Aug. 30, 2014... Signed to the Bengals practice squad on Aug. 31, 2014...Signed to the Bengals active roster on Sept. 10, 2014...Re-signed with the Bengals on March 19, 2015...Released by the Bengals on Sept. 5, 2015...Signed by the Houston Texans on Jan. 1, 2016.

TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Cincinnati Bengals with the 21st pick in the second round (53rd overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft...Released by the Bengals on Aug. 30, 2014... Signed to the Bengals practice squad on Aug. 31, 2014...Signed to the Bengals active roster on Sept. 10, 2014...Re-signed with the Bengals on March 19, 2015...Released by the Bengals on Sept. 5, 2015...Signed by the Houston Texans on Jan. 1, 2016.

2016 (Houston 3/0, 0/0):
Played in his first NFL game since 2014 in the season opener vs. Chicago (9/11)
Inactive for Week 3 at New England (9/22)
Saw his most significant playing time as a Texan and contributed with the first three tackles (two solo) of his season vs. Tennessee (10/2) in Week 4
Placed on the Reserve/Injured List on Oct. 5

2015 (0/0):
Waived by Cincinnati on Sept. 5
Signed by Houston to a reserve/future contract on Jan. 1, 2016

2014 (Cincinnati 12/0):
Waived in final preseason roster cuts, he opened regular season on practice squad but was signed to roster prior to Game 2
Played in line rotation in Games 2-9 and 11-14, with 19 tackles
Inactive (coaches’ decision) for Games 10, 15-16 and the Wild Card playoff
Three tackles on Sept. 14 vs. Atlanta
Two tackles on Sept 21 vs. Tennessee and on Oct. 5 at New England
Three tackles on Oct. 26 vs. Baltimore and Nov. 6 vs. Cleveland
On Nov. 23 at Houston, stopped RB Alfred Blue for one-yard gain on second-and-goal play from Cincinnati eight in third quarter, helping lead to Texans settling for FG and 16-13 deficit
Named the Bengals recipient of their 2014 Ed Block Courage Award, which goes annu- ally to a player “demonstrating commitment to the values of sportsmanship and cour- age” after his four-year old daughter, Leah, was diagnosed with Stage 4 pediatric cancer prior to the ’14 season

2013 (Cincinnati 10/0):
Played in Games 1-7 and 12-14 in D-line rotation, with eight tackles, three passes de- fensed and two QB pressures
Inactive for Games 8-11 due to elbow injury suffered Oct. 20 at Detroit, and inactive due to back strain for Games 15-16
Placed on Reserve/Injured list on Dec. 30 prior to Wild Card Playoff
One tackle and one QB pressure Sept. 22 vs. Green Bay
Two tackles Oct. 20 at Detroit before leaving game due to elbow injury
Returned to action on Dec. 1 at San Diego and logged one pass defensed
Individual season-high three tackles on Dec. 15 at Pittsburgh
Played in all four preseason games and logged 15 tackles (led line), one sack and one pass defensed

2012 (Cincinnati 8/0):
Played in eight games (Games 1-8), totaling 20 tackles with a half sack and forced fumble
Inactive for Games 9-16 and for Wild Card playoff, losing playing time to veteran line- men back from injuries
Two tackles in NFL debut Sept. 10 at Baltimore
Two tackles Sept. 23 at Washington
Three tackles Oct. 7 vs. Miami
Two tackles Oct. 21 vs. Pittsburgh, and had shared sack and forced fumble against Ben Roethlisberger in second quarter, with Bengals recovering at Steelers’ eight to set up TD on next play
Personal season-best of seven tackles Nov. 4 vs. Denver
Played in all four preseason games and recorded six tackles with one pass defensed

COLLEGE:
Played four years (2008-11) at Penn State, preceded by redshirt year in '07
Rated an elite playmaker among interior defensive linemen, he was a first-team Associated Press All-American in 2011 and also was named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year
After senior season, was the only defensive player among the three finalists for the
2011 Outland Trophy, which is awarded annually to the nation’s top offensive or interior defensive lineman (the award went to Alabama OT Barrett Jones)
Had 8.5 sacks and 27 tackles-for-loss during his final two seasons
Started career slowly due to two serious injuries (ACL tear in ’07 and ankle fracture in ’08), but broke out with fine junior season and topped it with much better senior year
As a senior, became first Penn State player since DE Courtney Brown in 1999 to earn Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year honors from both coaches and media, leading Big Ten’s top scoring defense (16.8)

PERSONAL:
Born in Camden, N.J., but hometown is Wilmington, Del.
Attended Howard High School of Technology in Wilmington, where he played on the offensive line as well as the defensive line as both a junior and senior, earning all-state honors at both positions
Also a member of the prep basketball and track teams
Graduated from Penn State in December 2011 with a degree in crime, law and justice
Hobbies include drawing ...
First name is pronounced “DEV-un.”
Cousin of two NFL All-Pro defenders, DE Art Still (Kansas City) and LB Levon Kirkland
(Pittsburgh)
Has a daughter, Leah Sari
Named the Bengals recipient of their 2014 Ed Block Courage Award, which goes annu- ally to a player “demonstrating commitment to the values of sportsmanship and cour- age” after his four-year old daughter, Leah, was diagnosed with Stage 4 pediatric cancer prior to the ’14 season. He responded to the lifechanging news with an ongoing effort to raise public awareness of the struggles faced by all families struck by pediatric cancer

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