Thursday, April 29, 1999
Mack at corner, but won't be at mini-camp
BY GEOFF HOBSON
The Cincinnati Enquirer
The Bengals have moved Tremain Mack from backup safety to backup cornerback on their depth chart, but he won't be able to attend this weekend's mini-camp.
Mack apparently still has obligations to satisfy with the NFL after recently completing alcohol rehabilitation for Hamilton and Clermont counties.
From what we understand, he has completed what he needs to do here, said Katie Blackburn, the Bengals' general counsel. To the best of our knowledge he'll be able to participate in some of the voluntary camps we'll have next month.
Mack has been suspended, arrested for DUI twice and sentenced to a year in jail for violating probation since being drafted in the fourth round in 1997.
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