2004: Played in Games 1-3 of regular season, but in Game 3 at Baltimore (9/26), he was sidelined early after aggravating a small shin fracture originally suffered at N.Y. Jets (9/12), where he tied for the team-lead with five catches for 76 yards. Led team in catches (6) and yards (51) vs. Miami (9/19). Inactive due to shin injury at Pittsburgh (10/3), at Cleveland (10/17) and at Tennessee (10/31). Saw limited action vs. Denver (10/25), his last playing appearance of season. Placed on injured reserve November 5 (shin).
Pro:
Signed with Seattle as a free agent September 1, 2005 after being released by Cincinnati August 30. Originally the fourth overall pick of the 2000 NFL Draft by the Bengals out of Florida State. His 355 career rushing yards are the most ever by a Bengals receiver. Had his streak of 64 games snapped with at least one reception last year vs. Baltimore (9/26) when he left the game early (shin).

2000: Became first player in club history to score touchdowns receiving, rushing and on a return in the same season Moved into Bengals’ No. 1 receiver role when veteran Darnay Scott suffered broken leg in training camp, and he responded by leading team in receptions (51) and receiving yards (592). First rookie to lead team in catches since 1973 (Isaac Curtis & Boobie Clark 45 each), and first to lead in receiving yards since 1981 (Cris Collinsworth, 1,009). Tied Corey Dillon for team lead with seven touchdowns (four receiving, two rushing, one punt return). Averaged 17.6 yards on seven punt returns, including an 82-yarder for a touchdown in victory vs. Jacksonville. Had a 77-yard rushing touchdown in win vs. Denver (10/22). Scored first NFL touchdown on 9-yard pass from Akili Smith vs. Miami (10/1).

2001:Played every game, with 14 starts, and his 70 receptions pushed his two-season total to 121, most ever by a Bengal in his first two seasons (topping 116 by Cris Collinsworth in 1981-82). Joined Eddie Brown (58 and 53) as the only Bengals with 50 or more catches in each of their first two seasons. Shared punt return duties with T.J. Houshmandzadeh, returning 18 for 6.4-yard avg. Caught his only touchdown pass of the season at San Diego (9/30), on a 7-yard connection from Jon Kitna late in the fourth quarter. Had career highs of 10 catches and 109 yards (both figures since surpassed) vs. Pittsburgh (12/30), including two catches for 18 yards on the game-winning drive in overtime.

2002: Led Bengals in touchdown catches (6), and ranked second behind Chad Johnson in receptions (53) and receiving yards (606). Played in 15 games, missing action for the first time in his career when a bruised lung and chest contusion sidelined him vs. Jacksonville (12/15). Led the team in catches and receiving yards in Bengals wins at Houston (11/3) and vs. New Orleans (12/22). Had seven catches for 86 yards at Houston, with a 33-yard touchdown reception that gave Bengals a 24-3 lead in the second quarter. Against New Orleans, led the team with seven catches and 71 yards, with a 30-yard touchdown reception. At Carolina (12/8), despite suffering second-quarter chest injury, had his first two-touchdown game as a pro, taking Jon Kitna passes of 37 and 3 yards in the first half.

2003: Played in 15 games, with 14 starts. Posted career highs in receptions (79), receiving yards (819), yards from scrimmage (976) and rushing yards (157). Also had career highs for total touchdowns (eight, including one on a punt return) and receiving touchdowns (7). Helped spark victory on vs. Kansas City (11/16) with six receptions for a career-high 114 yards, including a career-long 77-yard touchdown, plus 87 punt return yards, including 68-yarder for a touchdown. Posted a career-high for receptions in a game when he caught 11 (Bengals’ season high) at Baltimore (12/7). Was team’s primary punt returner, averaging 10.9 yards on 25 returns. Suffered torn right knee cartilage in Game 14 vs. San Francisco (12/14). Underwent arthroscopic surgery, missing Game 15, but returned for season finale vs. Cleveland.


College:
Set an Atlantic Coast Conference record for receiving yards (3,517) during his Florida State career, and posted Seminoles record for touchdown catches (32). Amassed 937 career punt return yards, averaging 13.0 on 72 returns. Named MVP of the 2000 Sugar Bowl as FSU defeated Virginia Tech 46-29 for the national championship. Caught six passes for 163 yards in Sugar Bowl, including touchdown catches of 43 and 64 yards, and also scored on a 59-yard punt return and a two-point conversion. Earned consensus All-America honors as a junior and a senior, catching 61 passes for 1,232 yards (20.2 avg.) and 12 touchdowns as a junior, and 71 passes for 934 yards (13.2 avg.) with eight touchdowns in nine games as a senior. Averaged 139.7 all-purpose yards per game as a senior, with a 12.6 avg. on 18 punt returns, including a 75-yard touchdown. Played in 43 games from 1996-99. Redshirted as true freshman in 1995.


Personal:
Hometown is Bradenton, Fla. Helped lead Bradenton Southeast High School to back-to-back Class 5A state titles, including his senior season as team’s starting quarterback. Earned Parade All-America honors and was a member of Blue Chip Illustrated’s “Dream Team.” As senior quarterback, passed for 13 touchdowns and also scored 13 times as a rusher. State runner-up in the long jump as a junior (23’4”). Earned B.S. degree in political science from Florida State. Has two children, Alyric (born 10/4/97) and Peter Jr. (6/14/01). Active in community service through the Peter Warrick Foundation. Offseason residence is Ellenton, Fla.