Starting Lineup Action Figure Carl Pickens Cincinnati Bengals - Released 1996

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Condition
New
Sport
Football-NFL
Product
Action Figure
Team
Cincinnati Bengals
Country/Region of Manufacture
China
Brand
Starting Lineup
Player
Carl Pickens

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CARL PICKENS / CINCINNATI BENGALS 1996 NFL Starting Lineup Action Figure & Exclusive NFL Collector. 

 
  • CARL PICKENS / CINCINNATI BENGALS 1996 NFL Starting Lineup Action Figure & Exclusive NFL Collector Trading Card
  • Displayed figure stands approximately 5 inches tall. Includes helmet & one Exclusive NFL Starting Lineup Trading Card.
  • Originally released in 1996 - Retired / Out of production
  • Ages 4 and up.
  • From Kenner.
 
Displayed figure stands approximately 5 inches tall. Includes helmet & one Exclusive NFL Starting Lineup Trading Card. Originally released in 1996 - Retired / Out of production. Ages 4 and up. From Kenner. Carl McNally Pickens is a former American football wide receiver in the NFL who played for the Cincinnati Bengals, Dallas Cowboys and Tennessee Titans. After his High school career, Pickens played college football for the University of Tennessee from 1989-1991, where he started his career off as a Safety and was named a Freshmen All-American and All-SEC selection. He then moved to wide receiver where he caught 109 passes for 1,875 yards and 13 touchdowns, and made the College Football All-America Team as a junior. He did not return to the University of Tennessee for his senior year. In 1992 Pickens was named The NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year by the Associated Press. In 1995, he set a Bengals record for receptions in a single season with 99, and touchdown catches with 17. Pickens later surpassed his own record by recording 100 receptions in 1996. In his 9 NFL seasons, Pickens recorded 540 receptions for 7,129 yards and 63 touchdowns, while also gaining another 307 yards and 1 touchdown on punt returns. His 63 touchdown receptions were a franchise record until surpassed by Chad Ocho Cinco in 2010.