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Kamerion Wimbley
Kamerion Wimbley

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The combination of speed, agility and overall range of Kamerion Wimbley should make the former FSU Seminole a great investment for the Cleveland Browns.

Although he played defensive end in college, Wimbley was used as a hybrid player in the Browns 3-4 defense last year and he contributed 44 tackles and 11 sacks while playing in all 16 games. Due to his speed off the edge, the Browns did a nice job using him in pass rushing situations not only in coverage, but also on blitzes. In fact, his sack total of 11 was not only a team high, but the most of any rookie defender in the AFC.

Wimbley's stats took a dive in his second season - he only finished with 51 tackles and five sacks in 2007 compared to the 62 tackles and 11 sacks he had his rookie year - but that doesn't mean he was less productive. Largely used as a pass-rusher during his rookie year, Wimbley took on more of a full-time role in the Browns' defensive and will probably have a starting job locked up heading into his third season.


Career

Cleveland Browns Official Player Bio: Kamerion Wimbley
Career notes, photos and stats on Kamerion Wimbley can be found at the Official Website of the Cleveland Browns.

NFL.com Player Profile: Kamerion Wimbley
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Rotoworld Player Page: Kamerion Wimbley
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Kamerion Wimbley Wikipedia Page
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Latest on Wimbley

Wimbley's stats took a dive in his second season - he only finished with 51 tackles and five sacks in 2007 compared to the 62 tackles and 11 sacks he had his rookie year - but that doesn't mean he was less productive. Largely used as a pass-rusher during his rookie year, Wimbley took on more of a full-time role in the Browns' defensive and will probably have a starting job locked up heading into his third season.


News and Commentary

The Scores Report
Find out what drives Wimbley to be a better person off the field at The Scores Report, the National Sports Blog.

Browns, rookie Wimbley reach deal
Wimbley inked his first NFL contract in July of '06, signing a six-year, $23.7 million contract.


Kamerion Says

On signing his first contract:
"It's like a weight off your shoulders. It's something you've been thinking about since you've been drafted."

"It shows the fans and the team I'm ready to be a Brown."