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Cedric Cobbs
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Date of birth January 9, 1981 (1981-01-09) (age 29)
Place of birth Little Rock, Arkansas, USA
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Weight 227 pounds (103.0 kg)
Position(s) Running back
College Arkansas
NFL Draft 2004 / Round 4 (128th overall)
Honors Freshman All-SEC (2000)
First-team All-SEC (2003)
Super Bowl champion (XXXIX)
New England Patriots
Denver Broncos
Arkansas Twisters

Cedric Cobbs (born January 9, 1981 in Little Rock, Arkansas) is an American football running back for the Arkansas Twisters of the af2.

NFL career

Cobbs was drafted in the fourth round (128th overall) of the 2004 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots. He attended college at the University of Arkansas, where he played football, starting for four years. He finished his collegiate football career with 3,027 rushing yards, good enough for 3rd place in school history. Cobbs led the Razorbacks to a 9-4 mark his senior year in 2003, was named 1st team Southeastern Conference, and was the Offensive MVP of the Independence Bowl victory over Missouri, 27-14, after rushing 27 times for 141 yards and 1 TD.

Cobbs also set the freshman rushing record at Arkansas in 1999, but it has since been broken by Darren McFadden.

Cobbs was acquired by the Broncos in 2006, via free agency. He played in two games and gained nine yards on three rushing attempts. He was released by the Broncos on May 1, 2007 but re-signed on August 21. He was released in the first round of cuts six days later.

Cobbs appeared on the NFL radar again in March of 2008, when he attended the largest NFL Pro Day in Arkansas football history. Cobbs worked out with the running backs in front of 45 NFL team officials.[1] Cobbs was unable to make an NFL team for the 2008 season. He also attended the 2009 Pro Day at the university, joining former Razorback wide receiver Marcus Monk in attempting to make an NFL roster.[2]

AFL career

Cobbs was activated, and made his arena football debut against the Iowa Barnstormers on June 28, 2008.[3]




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