Perry was used primarily as a kick returner for his first year with the Bengals. He earned special teams player of the week in a victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers due in part to a long kick return that set up the game clinching touchdown. Wears the number 88 for the Bengals and is listed from as high as the third down to the fifth receiver for Cincinnati.
Perry finished the 2005 season with a franchise record 1,562 kickoff return yards, and 2 touchdowns on offense, assisting the team to an 11-5 record and their first playoff appearance in over a decade. Perry was also the starting returner for the Bengals in 2006, but he suffered a season ending injury in the second game of the year.
One Perry in, one out for Bengals A healthy Chris Perry adds speed to Cincinnati's offense; Tab Perry is gone for season.
Oct 21, 2006; CINCINNATI -- The Bengals on Friday pulled off a series of moves designed to bolster the offense. Cincinnati activated tailback...
Tab Perry chomping at the bit to come back from hip injury The trainers 'want me to be out there, but they want me to rest, too,' Cincy wide receiver says.
Aug 13, 2007; GEORGETOWN, Ky. -- While the Bengals were in Detroit for their preseason opener, Tab Perry remained at Georgetown College,...