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{{short description|American football cornerback}}
 
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|college=[[Michigan Wolverines football|Michigan]]
 
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* [[Cincinnati Bengals]] ({{NFL Year|2009}}–{{NFL Year|2011}})
 
* [[Cincinnati Bengals]] ({{NFL Year|2009}}–{{NFL Year|2011}})
 
* [[Indianapolis Colts]] ({{NFL Year|2011}})
 
* [[Indianapolis Colts]] ({{NFL Year|2011}})
 
* [[Jacksonville Jaguars]] ({{NFL Year|2011}}–{{NFL Year|2012}})
 
* [[Jacksonville Jaguars]] ({{NFL Year|2011}}–{{NFL Year|2012}})
 
* [[Washington Redskins]] ({{NFL Year|2012}})*
 
* [[Washington Redskins]] ({{NFL Year|2012}})*
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'''Morgan Trent''' (born December 14, 1985) was an [[American football]] [[cornerback]] in the [[National Football League]] (NFL), who is currently a [[free agent]]. He played [[college football]] for the [[University of Michigan]] from 2005 to 2008. He was drafted by the [[Cincinnati Bengals]] in the sixth round of the [[2009 NFL Draft]].
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'''Morgan Trent''' (born December 14, 1985) is a former [[American football]] [[cornerback]] in the [[National Football League]] (NFL). He played [[college football]] for the [[University of Michigan]] from 2005 to 2008. He was drafted by the [[Cincinnati Bengals]] in the sixth round of the [[2009 NFL Draft]]. He was also a member of the [[Indianapolis Colts]], [[Jacksonville Jaguars]], and [[Washington Redskins]].
 
He has also been a member of the [[Indianapolis Colts]], [[Jacksonville Jaguars]], and [[Washington Redskins]].
 
   
 
==Early years==
 
==Early years==
Trent was born in [[San Diego, California]], but moved with his family to [[Brighton, Michigan]].<ref>{{cite news|author=Mark Snyder|title=U-M DB Morgan Trent and mom Tina: Wolverine wins World's Best Son title|newspaper=Detroit Free Press|date=May 11, 2008|url=http://www.freep.com/article/20080511/SPORTS06/805110609/U-M-DB-Morgan-Trent-and-mom-Tina--Wolverine-wins-World/-s-Best-Son-title}}</ref> His mother, Tina Trent, was a diver at the [[University of Nebraska]].<ref name=MS/> And his father, Philip Trent, played cornerback at Nebraska.<ref name=AC/> Trent attended [[St. Mary's Preparatory|Orchard Lake St. Mary's High School]] in [[Orchard Lake Village, Michigan]]. Trent set a school record with 23 interceptions and also caught 84 passes on offense for 1,533 yards and 16 touchdowns.<ref name=NFL>{{cite web|title=Morgan Trent profile|publisher=Cincinnati Bengals|url=http://www.bengals.com/team/roster/morgan-trent/7ad33623-a4fd-4584-9e90-cab2c6ca5876/|accessdate=October 3, 2010}}</ref>
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Trent was born in [[San Diego, California]], but moved with his family to [[Brighton, Michigan]].<ref>{{cite news|author=Mark Snyder|title=U-M DB Morgan Trent and mom Tina: Wolverine wins World's Best Son title|newspaper=Detroit Free Press|date=May 11, 2008|url=http://www.freep.com/article/20080511/SPORTS06/805110609/U-M-DB-Morgan-Trent-and-mom-Tina--Wolverine-wins-World/-s-Best-Son-title}}</ref> His mother, Tina Trent, was a diver at the [[University of Nebraska]].<ref name=MS/> And his father, Philip Trent, played cornerback at Nebraska.<ref name=AC/> Trent attended [[St. Mary's Preparatory|Orchard Lake St. Mary's High School]] in [[Orchard Lake Village, Michigan]]. Trent set a school record with 23 interceptions and also caught 84 passes on offense for 1,533 yards and 16 touchdowns.<ref name=NFL>{{cite web|title=Morgan Trent profile|publisher=Cincinnati Bengals|url=http://www.bengals.com/team/roster/morgan-trent/7ad33623-a4fd-4584-9e90-cab2c6ca5876/|accessdate=October 3, 2010}}</ref>
   
 
==College career==
 
==College career==
 
Trent enrolled at the [[University of Michigan]] and was redshirted as a freshman. Trent played for the scout squad in 2004 and was assigned to play the role of the opponents' speediest players, including Ohio State's [[Ted Ginn, Jr.|Ted Ginn]] and Texas' [[Vince Young]]. Cornerback [[Ryan Mundy]] said of Trent, "His freshman year, it was Ohio State week, and he was playing Teddy Ginn. He would get a reverse, blaze around the corner, and I said, 'This dude is fast.'"<ref name=MS>{{cite news|author=Mark Snyder|title=Michigan's Trent knows how to dress for success|newspaper=Knight Ridder Tribune News Service|date=September 20, 2006}}</ref>
 
Trent enrolled at the [[University of Michigan]] and was redshirted as a freshman. Trent played for the scout squad in 2004 and was assigned to play the role of the opponents' speediest players, including Ohio State's [[Ted Ginn, Jr.|Ted Ginn]] and Texas' [[Vince Young]]. Cornerback [[Ryan Mundy]] said of Trent, "His freshman year, it was Ohio State week, and he was playing Teddy Ginn. He would get a reverse, blaze around the corner, and I said, 'This dude is fast.'"<ref name=MS>{{cite news|author=Mark Snyder|title=Michigan's Trent knows how to dress for success|newspaper=Knight Ridder Tribune News Service|date=September 20, 2006}}</ref>
   
Trent came to Michigan as a wide receiver, but was moved to the defensive backfield during spring practice in April 2005. Trent noted, "Coach Carr thought it would be a good fit for me. So we went through the spring, and it went pretty smooth. So we decided to do the switch."<ref name=MD>{{cite news|author=Matt Venegoni|title=Switch doesn't slow down speedy Trent|publisher=The Michigan Daily|date=September 21, 2005|url=https://www.michigandaily.com/content/switch-doesnt-slow-down-speedy-trent}}</ref>
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Trent came to Michigan as a wide receiver, but was moved to the defensive backfield during spring practice in April 2005. Trent noted, "Coach Carr thought it would be a good fit for me. So we went through the spring, and it went pretty smooth. So we decided to do the switch."<ref name=MD>{{cite news|author=Matt Venegoni|title=Switch doesn't slow down speedy Trent|publisher=The Michigan Daily|date=September 21, 2005|url=https://www.michigandaily.com/content/switch-doesnt-slow-down-speedy-trent}}</ref>
   
 
In the third game of the 2005 season, Trent snagged his first interception for the Wolverines.<ref name=MD/>
 
In the third game of the 2005 season, Trent snagged his first interception for the Wolverines.<ref name=MD/>
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In 2007, Trent told reporters he had tried to grow from the criticism he received in 2006: "It makes you so strong when you go through it. It's not fun during it, while it goes, but it's worth it. You have to be thick-skinned about it, and it really has helped me grow as a player and as a person."<ref name=Crit>{{cite news|author=Angelique S. Chengelis|title=CB Trent takes criticism to heart; Senior becomes leader in the secondary for Wolverines after his rough finish last season|newspaper=The Detroit News|date=October 13, 2007}}</ref>
 
In 2007, Trent told reporters he had tried to grow from the criticism he received in 2006: "It makes you so strong when you go through it. It's not fun during it, while it goes, but it's worth it. You have to be thick-skinned about it, and it really has helped me grow as a player and as a person."<ref name=Crit>{{cite news|author=Angelique S. Chengelis|title=CB Trent takes criticism to heart; Senior becomes leader in the secondary for Wolverines after his rough finish last season|newspaper=The Detroit News|date=October 13, 2007}}</ref>
   
By 2008, Trent had gone "from being picked on to being a top cornerback."<ref name=Top/> Before the 2008 season started, Trent noted, "It's been crazy, it's been a wild ride for me, you know, up and down. I think I've earned my spot for now so I'm just looking forward to keeping it and having a great year."<ref name=Top>{{cite news|title=Morgan Trent: On Terrance Taylor's lack of playing time, the QB race and no free weights|publisher=McClatchy-Tribune Business News|date=April 16, 2008}}</ref>
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By 2008, Trent had gone "from being picked on to being a top cornerback."<ref name=Top/> Before the 2008 season started, Trent noted, "It's been crazy, it's been a wild ride for me, you know, up and down. I think I've earned my spot for now so I'm just looking forward to keeping it and having a great year."<ref name=Top>{{cite news|title=Morgan Trent: On Terrance Taylor's lack of playing time, the QB race and no free weights|publisher=McClatchy-Tribune Business News|date=April 16, 2008}}</ref>
   
 
Following his senior year, Trent played in the January 2009 [[East-West Shrine Game]]. In four years playing for Michigan, Trent played in 48 games, including 41 as a starter. He totaled 149 tackles and 8 interceptions. His total of 31 total passes defensed ranked seventh in Wolverines history.<ref name=NFL/>
 
Following his senior year, Trent played in the January 2009 [[East-West Shrine Game]]. In four years playing for Michigan, Trent played in 48 games, including 41 as a starter. He totaled 149 tackles and 8 interceptions. His total of 31 total passes defensed ranked seventh in Wolverines history.<ref name=NFL/>
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===Cincinnati Bengals===
 
===Cincinnati Bengals===
Trent was drafted by the [[Cincinnati Bengals]] in the 6th round of the [[2009 NFL Draft]] and signed with the team in June 2009.<ref>{{cite news|author=Joe Reedy|title=Bengals agree to terms with Trent|newspaper=Cincinnati Enquirer|date=June 17, 2009|url=http://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/enquirer/access/1748856461.html?FMT=ABS&FMTS=ABS:FT&type=current&date=Jun+17,+2009&author=Joe+Reedy&pub=Cincinnati+Enquirer&desc=Bengals+agree+to+terms+with+Trent&pqatl=google}}</ref> During the 2009 NFL season, Trent appeared in 16 games for the Bengals and had 28 tackles and a sack.<ref name=NFL/><ref>{{cite web|title=Morgan Trent|publisher=pro-football-reference.com|url=http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/T/TrenMo99.htm}}</ref> In November 2009, he deflected a [[Ben Roethlisberger]] pass that was then intercepted and returned 26 yards to Pittsburgh's 14-yard line, setting up a game-tying field goal.<ref name=NFL/>
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Trent was drafted by the [[Cincinnati Bengals]] in the 6th round of the [[2009 NFL Draft]] and signed with the team in June 2009.<ref>{{cite news|author=Joe Reedy|title=Bengals agree to terms with Trent|newspaper=Cincinnati Enquirer|date=June 17, 2009|url=https://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/enquirer/access/1748856461.html?FMT=ABS&FMTS=ABS:FT&type=current&date=Jun+17,+2009&author=Joe+Reedy&pub=Cincinnati+Enquirer&desc=Bengals+agree+to+terms+with+Trent&pqatl=google}}</ref> During the 2009 NFL season, Trent appeared in 16 games for the Bengals and had 28 tackles and a sack.<ref name=NFL/><ref>{{cite web|title=Morgan Trent|publisher=pro-football-reference.com|url=https://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/T/TrenMo99.htm}}</ref> In November 2009, he deflected a [[Ben Roethlisberger]] pass that was then intercepted and returned 26 yards to Pittsburgh's 14-yard line, setting up a game-tying field goal.<ref name=NFL/>
   
 
As a second-year player, Trent had 3 interceptions in a pre-season game against Philadelphia.<ref name=NFL/> He also recovered a [[Jimmy Clausen]] fumble in a September 2010 game against Carolina; he also downed a punt at Panthers four-yard line in the same game.<ref name=NFL/> Trent was released on November 2, 2011.
 
As a second-year player, Trent had 3 interceptions in a pre-season game against Philadelphia.<ref name=NFL/> He also recovered a [[Jimmy Clausen]] fumble in a September 2010 game against Carolina; he also downed a punt at Panthers four-yard line in the same game.<ref name=NFL/> Trent was released on November 2, 2011.
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===Washington Redskins===
 
===Washington Redskins===
Trent was claimed off waivers by the [[Washington Redskins]] on June 2, 2012.<ref>{{cite news|work=WashingtonPost.com| url=http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/football-insider/post/redskins-add-cb-morgan-trent-to-the-mix/2012/06/02/gJQANub48U_blog.html| title=Redskins add CB Morgan Trent to the mix; release Leigh Torrence |last=Jones|first=Mike|date=June 2, 2012|accessdate=2012-06-03}}</ref> On August 27, he was waived with an injury settlement.<ref>{{cite news|work=WashingtonTimes.com|url=http://www.washingtontimes.com/blog/redskins-watch/2012/aug/27/redskins-roster-moves-include-jammal-brown-reserve/|title=Redskins roster moves include Jammal Brown to reserve/physically-unable-to-perform list|last=Campbell|first=Rich|date=August 27, 2012|accessdate=2012-08-27}}</ref>
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Trent was claimed off waivers by the [[Washington Redskins]] on June 2, 2012.<ref>{{cite news|work=WashingtonPost.com| url=https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/football-insider/post/redskins-add-cb-morgan-trent-to-the-mix/2012/06/02/gJQANub48U_blog.html| title=Redskins add CB Morgan Trent to the mix; release Leigh Torrence |last=Jones|first=Mike|date=June 2, 2012|accessdate=2012-06-03}}</ref> On August 27, he was waived with an injury settlement.<ref>{{cite news|work=WashingtonTimes.com|url=http://www.washingtontimes.com/blog/redskins-watch/2012/aug/27/redskins-roster-moves-include-jammal-brown-reserve/|title=Redskins roster moves include Jammal Brown to reserve/physically-unable-to-perform list|last=Campbell|first=Rich|date=August 27, 2012|accessdate=2012-08-27|deadurl=yes|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20130810041533/http://www.washingtontimes.com/blog/redskins-watch/2012/aug/27/redskins-roster-moves-include-jammal-brown-reserve/|archivedate=August 10, 2013|df=}}</ref>
   
 
==References==
 
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Morgan Trent
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Trent at Bengals training camp in 2011.
No. 25, 37, 26     
Cornerback
Personal information
Date of birth: (1985-12-14) December 14, 1985 (age 34)
Place of birth: San Diego, California
Career information
College: Michigan
NFL Draft: 2009 / Round: 6 / Pick: 179
No regular season or postseason appearances
Career history
* Cincinnati Bengals ( 2009 2011)
Career highlights and awards
  • N/A
Tackles     70
Sacks     1.0
PDs     11
INTs     3
Stats at NFL.com

Morgan Trent (born December 14, 1985) is a former American football cornerback in the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for the University of Michigan from 2005 to 2008. He was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in the sixth round of the 2009 NFL Draft. He was also a member of the Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Washington Redskins.

Early yearsEdit

Trent was born in San Diego, California, but moved with his family to Brighton, Michigan.[1] His mother, Tina Trent, was a diver at the University of Nebraska.[2] And his father, Philip Trent, played cornerback at Nebraska.[3] Trent attended Orchard Lake St. Mary's High School in Orchard Lake Village, Michigan. Trent set a school record with 23 interceptions and also caught 84 passes on offense for 1,533 yards and 16 touchdowns.[4]

College careerEdit

Trent enrolled at the University of Michigan and was redshirted as a freshman. Trent played for the scout squad in 2004 and was assigned to play the role of the opponents' speediest players, including Ohio State's Ted Ginn and Texas' Vince Young. Cornerback Ryan Mundy said of Trent, "His freshman year, it was Ohio State week, and he was playing Teddy Ginn. He would get a reverse, blaze around the corner, and I said, 'This dude is fast.'"[2]

Trent came to Michigan as a wide receiver, but was moved to the defensive backfield during spring practice in April 2005. Trent noted, "Coach Carr thought it would be a good fit for me. So we went through the spring, and it went pretty smooth. So we decided to do the switch."[5]

In the third game of the 2005 season, Trent snagged his first interception for the Wolverines.[5]

During the 2006 season, developed a reputation as "a gabby, physical corner who likes to boast, among other things, that he is the most fashionable player on the team, not to mention the fastest."[3] Asked about the transition to defense, Trent said, "I like corner, because you're out there on an island. Everybody sees you when you mess up, but everybody sees you when you make a good play, too. I really like corner. I didn't think I would, but I really do."[3] Trent played well for most of the season, as the 2006 Wolverines began the season 10-0.[6] However, he was criticized for giving up big plays in the team's only losses, against Ohio State and against USC in the 2007 Rose Bowl.[7][8]

In 2007, Trent told reporters he had tried to grow from the criticism he received in 2006: "It makes you so strong when you go through it. It's not fun during it, while it goes, but it's worth it. You have to be thick-skinned about it, and it really has helped me grow as a player and as a person."[7]

By 2008, Trent had gone "from being picked on to being a top cornerback."[9] Before the 2008 season started, Trent noted, "It's been crazy, it's been a wild ride for me, you know, up and down. I think I've earned my spot for now so I'm just looking forward to keeping it and having a great year."[9]

Following his senior year, Trent played in the January 2009 East-West Shrine Game. In four years playing for Michigan, Trent played in 48 games, including 41 as a starter. He totaled 149 tackles and 8 interceptions. His total of 31 total passes defensed ranked seventh in Wolverines history.[4]

Track and fieldEdit

In 2006, Trent also joined Michigan's track team as a sprinter. He said at the time, "Right when the football season was over, I started thinking about (running track). I've always wanted to, ever since I've been in college, but I wanted to establish myself in football first."[10] Trent made his debut for the track team in February 2006, placing sixth in the at the 200 meters Sykes-Sabok Challenge Cup with a time of 21.72 seconds.[10] He later posted the team's fastest 200 meters time at 21.67 seconds.[2]

Personal bestsEdit

Event Time (seconds) Venue Date
60 meters 6.83 Ann Arbor, Michigan March 8, 2003
200 meters 21.67 University Park, Michigan February 11, 2006

Professional careerEdit

Cincinnati BengalsEdit

Trent was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 6th round of the 2009 NFL Draft and signed with the team in June 2009.[11] During the 2009 NFL season, Trent appeared in 16 games for the Bengals and had 28 tackles and a sack.[4][12] In November 2009, he deflected a Ben Roethlisberger pass that was then intercepted and returned 26 yards to Pittsburgh's 14-yard line, setting up a game-tying field goal.[4]

As a second-year player, Trent had 3 interceptions in a pre-season game against Philadelphia.[4] He also recovered a Jimmy Clausen fumble in a September 2010 game against Carolina; he also downed a punt at Panthers four-yard line in the same game.[4] Trent was released on November 2, 2011.

Indianapolis ColtsEdit

On November 9, 2011, Trent was signed to a contract to play the Indianapolis Colts. He was waived soon afterwards.

Jacksonville JaguarsEdit

Trent signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars on November 30, 2011. The team waived him on June 1, 2012.[13]

Washington RedskinsEdit

Trent was claimed off waivers by the Washington Redskins on June 2, 2012.[14] On August 27, he was waived with an injury settlement.[15]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Mark Snyder (May 11, 2008). "U-M DB Morgan Trent and mom Tina: Wolverine wins World's Best Son title". Detroit Free Press. http://www.freep.com/article/20080511/SPORTS06/805110609/U-M-DB-Morgan-Trent-and-mom-Tina--Wolverine-wins-World/-s-Best-Son-title.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Mark Snyder (September 20, 2006). "Michigan's Trent knows how to dress for success". Knight Ridder Tribune News Service.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Angelique Chengelis (September 20, 2006). "New position suits Trent fine; Cornerback boasts he is the fastest, most stylish Wolverine -- turns out he can tackle, as well". The Detroit News.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 "Morgan Trent profile". Cincinnati Bengals. http://www.bengals.com/team/roster/morgan-trent/7ad33623-a4fd-4584-9e90-cab2c6ca5876/. Retrieved October 3, 2010.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Matt Venegoni (September 21, 2005). "Switch doesn't slow down speedy Trent". The Michigan Daily. https://www.michigandaily.com/content/switch-doesnt-slow-down-speedy-trent.
  6. John Heuser (October 19, 2006). "Secondary education ; U-M's experienced defensive backfield enjoying success". The Grand Rapids Press, Grand Rapids, Mich..
  7. 7.0 7.1 Angelique S. Chengelis (October 13, 2007). "CB Trent takes criticism to heart; Senior becomes leader in the secondary for Wolverines after his rough finish last season". The Detroit News.
  8. Jim Carty (January 2, 2007). "Trent takes heat after USC burns him ; Jarrett, Trojans pick on Michigan sophomore cornerback". The Grand Rapids Press, Grand Rapids, Mich..
  9. 9.0 9.1 "Morgan Trent: On Terrance Taylor's lack of playing time, the QB race and no free weights". McClatchy-Tribune Business News. April 16, 2008.
  10. 10.0 10.1 John Geise (March 8, 2006). "Trent follows coach's footsteps". The Michigan Daily. http://www.michigandaily.com/content/trent-follows-coachs-footsteps.
  11. Joe Reedy (June 17, 2009). "Bengals agree to terms with Trent". Cincinnati Enquirer. https://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/enquirer/access/1748856461.html?FMT=ABS&FMTS=ABS:FT&type=current&date=Jun+17,+2009&author=Joe+Reedy&pub=Cincinnati+Enquirer&desc=Bengals+agree+to+terms+with+Trent&pqatl=google.
  12. "Morgan Trent". pro-football-reference.com. https://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/T/TrenMo99.htm.
  13. "Jags sign CB Mike Harris, waive Morgan Trent". FoxSportsFlorida.com. June 1, 2012. http://www.foxsportsflorida.com/06/01/12/Jags-sign-CB-Mike-Harris-waive-Morgan-Tr/landing_jaguars.html?blockID=739172&feedID=3720. Retrieved 2012-06-03.
  14. Jones, Mike (June 2, 2012). "Redskins add CB Morgan Trent to the mix; release Leigh Torrence". WashingtonPost.com. https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/football-insider/post/redskins-add-cb-morgan-trent-to-the-mix/2012/06/02/gJQANub48U_blog.html. Retrieved 2012-06-03.
  15. Campbell, Rich (August 27, 2012). "Redskins roster moves include Jammal Brown to reserve/physically-unable-to-perform list". WashingtonTimes.com. Archived from the original on August 10, 2013. https://web.archive.org/web/20130810041533/http://www.washingtontimes.com/blog/redskins-watch/2012/aug/27/redskins-roster-moves-include-jammal-brown-reserve/. Retrieved 2012-08-27.

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