Clyde Logan signed with Cincinnati
April 28, 2008
Pocatello, ID --- Clyde Logan, a former receiver of Idaho State who was second on the team in receiving last season, has been signed to a free agent contract with Cincinnati Bengals, and he will report to the Bengals camp in a few days. He becomes the second free agent to sign off of John Zamberlin's team, joining Dan Zeidman, who signed with the Carolina Panthers.
Logan's signing will give Idaho State six Bengals in fall camps this season, joining Zeidman, Jared Allen of the Minnesota Vikings, Jeff Charleston of the Indianapolis Colts, Matt Gutierrez of the New England Patriots, and Pago Togafau of the Philadelphia Eagles.
Last year Logan finished second behind junior All-American in receptions with 34. He had a pair of touchdowns and 474 yards receiving.
The Bengals, who have a prolific offense, have been dealing with several issues pertaining to receivers this off-season. Marvin Lewis, who played four seasons at Idaho State before serving as a graduate assistant for the 1981 ISU National Championship team, is Cincinnati's head coach.