Otis Hudson

Kansas City Chiefs #67 - Guard

  • Born: 07/19/86
  • Age: 28
  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 330
  • Seasons: 2

Regrading Bengals' 2010 NFL Draft Class


John Harris of the Sideline View re-grades every team's 2010 NFL Draft class.

Chiefs sign a guard


The KC Chiefs have reportedly inked former Bengals guard Otis Hudson to a contract.

NFL Draft: Small-School Offensive Tackle Prospects


Could the Bengals dip into the FCS and D-II ranks to find a developmental offensive tackle?

Depth chart update reflects various injuries


The Bengals recently updated their depth chart, reflecting an assortment of long-term injuries that the team is dealing with.

Hudson nearly retired to become interior designer


When you think of interior designers, you don't think of massive offensive lineman.

Bengals announce Otis Hudson signing


The Cincinnati Bengals invited former guard Otis Hudson on Saturday, signing him soon after a workout.

Bengals hosting Otis Hudson for a workout


With Tanner Hawkinson out for an undetermined amount of time, the Bengals are looking to add another guard for the time being.

National Football Post Takes A Look At Otis Hudson


On Wednesday, National Football Post took some time to look at AFC North practice squad players. One of the players they highlighted was Bengals guard Otis Hudson.

Bengals Place Kyle Cook On IR


The Cincinnati Bengals placed starting center Kyle Cook on the newly revised Injured Reserve list, which allows a designated player to return later in the season.

Cincinnati Bengals Release Backup Offensive Guard Otis Hudson


According to Joe Reedy with the Cincinnati Enquirer, the Cincinnati Bengals have released backup offensive guard Otis Hudson. The move likely corresponds with Kyle Cook remaining on the 53-man...

Bengals Tried Moving Anthony Collins To Guard; Lewis Feels Good About Guard Situation


Though many have suspected Cincinnati will rebuild their offensive guard position, Lewis offers more optimism on the team's overall situation in the interior offensive line.

CBSSports.com's Paul Dehner Says Bengals Shouldn't Re-Sign Bobbie Williams; We Disagree


Some believe the Bengals should let Bobbie Williams walk away. We disagree.

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