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OL/DL Carl Reeves
AFL Career 
1999: First AFL season  

Pro Career  
Is a four-year NFL veteran… Originally drafted as a defensive end by the Bears in the sixth round (198th overall) of the 1995 NFL draft... Spent four seasons in Chicago and played in 31 games with 10 career starts… Played in 11 games and posted 11 tackles, including a sack, in 1998… All of his 10 career starts came in 1997 when he replaced an injured Alonzo Spellman at right defensive end... Produced his best seasonal numbers that year with 52 tackles, 0.5 sacks and a fumble recovery… His fumble recovery at Miami (10/27/97) led to the game-winning field goal... Finished the 1996 season with five tackles in five games and forced a fumble against Green Bay (10/6/96)… Placed on injured reserve for the entire 1995 season after suffering severe dehydration in camp... Also spent time with the Broncos in 1999 

College Career 
Finished his career ranked second on the school's career sack list (22.5) and tops in tackles for loss (45)… Amassed 205 tackles in his 37-game career… Named Second Team All-ACC and team MVP as a senior in 1994… Racked up 14 tackles for loss (5th in ACC) and six sacks (6th in ACC) among 77 total tackles and nine QB pressures as a senior

Number: 94
DOB: 12/17/71
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 290
College: N.C. State
Experience: R
Acquired: Free Agent, 00