For the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League, Cedarian DeLeon Lamb, also known as CeeDee Lamb, plays wide receiver professionally. 91 kg and 1.88 m tall, he is. His high school football career took place at John and Randolph Foster High School. For 1,082 yards and 11 touchdowns as a junior, he hauled in 57 receptions.
He scored three punt returns for scores as well as 33 receiving touchdowns and 2,032 yards on 98 receptions as a senior in 2016. At the University of Oklahoma, he participated in football while a student, playing for the Oklahoma Sooners. He took part in all 14 contests as a true freshman and recorded 46 receptions for 807 yards and seven touchdowns.
He set freshman single-game records for the school with nine catches and 147 receiving yards while tying the freshman single-game record for the team with two touchdowns. He declared for the 2020 NFL Draft in December 2019, saying he would forgo his senior year. In the 2020 NFL Draft, the Dallas Cowboys selected Lamb with the 17th overall pick.
In July 2020, he signed a four-year, $14.01 million contract with the Cowboys. He had a team-high 79 receptions, 1,102 yards, and 6 touchdown receptions by the end of the 2021 campaign. After the season, he was selected to replace Cooper Kupp, who participated in Super Bowl LVI, in his first Pro Bowl.
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