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Former Bengals Wide Receiver Glenn Holt Expected To Help Coach Team During Minicamp

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According to Geoff Hobson with Bengals.com, former Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver and return specialist Glenn Holt is going to help coach the team during Cincinnati's mandatory minicamp in mid-June. Holt, currently working with the University of Kentucky wide receivers and special teams, posted 2,961 yards on kickoff returns during his three-year career with Cincinnati, including a 1,432-yard effort in 2007, both of which rank second in franchise history.

Brandon Tate, the team's kickoff return specialist in 2011, fell two yards short of 1,000 yards, averaging 23.8 yard/return. Tab Perry holds the record for most kickoff return yards, after generating 1,562 yards during the Bengals 2005 playoff season. Tremain Mack holds the all-time record with 3,583 yards on kickoff returns.

Additionally Holt caught 20 passes with the Bengals for 172 yards receiving and two touchdowns during his career, including a five-reception effort for 52 yards receiving and a touchdown against the Cleveland Browns on September 16, 2007.