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P.J. Hill
RB #32
Height:
5-10
Weight:
218
College:
Wisconsin
Hometown:
East Elmhurst, N.Y.
Experience:
2

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NFL CAREER – Originally signed by the Saints as a college free agent following the 2009 NFL Draft, Hill returns after spending part of the 2009 season on the active rosters of Philadelphia and Washington, starting the year on the New Orleans practice squad.  

 

CAREER TRANSACTIONS – Claimed off of waivers by Saints, 5/4/10; Waived by Washington Redskins, 5/3/10; Signed to active roster by Redskins from Eagles practice squad, 12/30/09; Signed by Philadelphia to practice squad, 12/16/09; Waived by Philadelphia, 12/14/09; Signed to active roster by Eagles from Saints practice squad, 10/28/09; Signed by New Orleans to practice squad, 9/6/09; Waived by New Orleans, 9/5/09; Signed by New Orleans Saints as a rookie free agent, 5/4/09.

NFL CAREER – Originally signed by the Saints as a college free agent following the 2009 NFL Draft, Hill returns after spending part of the 2009 season on the active rosters of Philadelphia and Washington, starting the year on the New Orleans practice squad.  

 

CAREER TRANSACTIONS – Claimed off of waivers by Saints, 5/4/10; Waived by Washington Redskins, 5/3/10; Signed to active roster by Redskins from Eagles practice squad, 12/30/09; Signed by Philadelphia to practice squad, 12/16/09; Waived by Philadelphia, 12/14/09; Signed to active roster by Eagles from Saints practice squad, 10/28/09; Signed by New Orleans to practice squad, 9/6/09; Waived by New Orleans, 9/5/09; Signed by New Orleans Saints as a rookie free agent, 5/4/09.

 

2009 – Went to training camp with New Orleans and was club’s second-leading rusher in preseason, carrying 26 times for 128 yards (4.9 avg.) with a team-leading three TDs…Spent first seven weeks of season on practice squad, before being signed to Philadelphia’s active roster, where he was inactive for six games and dressed, but did not play for one…After stwo weeks on Eagles practice squad, was signed to Washington’s active roster for season finale. 

 

COLLEGE – A four-year letterman for the Badgers who joined former Heisman Trophy winner Ron Dayne as the only backs in UW history to gain more than 1,000 yards each of their first three seasons…Closed career with 770 carries for 3,942 yards (5.1 avg.) with 42 TDs…Added 39 receptions for 358 yards and two scores…As a junior in 2008, posted 226 attempts for 1,161 yards with 13 TDs…As a sophomore had 233 carries for 1,212 yards and 14 TDs…In his freshman season had a career-high 1,569 yards on 311 carries with 15 touchdowns and was named Big Ten Freshman of the Year.

 

PERSONAL – Majored in Business…Attended Poly Prep CDS (Elmhurst, N.Y.) HS…Born Jan. 3, 1987.

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