By Kevin Kelly
Two more Cincinnati players heard their names called on the second day of the NFL Draft.
The Falcons took Bearcats wide receiver Jon Olinger as the 24th pick in the fifth round.
Olinger caught a career-high 54 passes for a school record 1,114 yards and seven touchdowns last year.
The Lions chose UC cornerback Blue Adams in the seventh round (220th overall).
Adams, who suffered a knee injury in 1999, started 14 games and finished with a school record-tying 12 interceptions in his 43 career games with the Bearcats.
The Texans took UC linebacker Antwan Peek in the third round on Saturday.
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Team adds fullback to mix
2 more Bearcats selected in draft
Five Buckeyes headed to NFL
Winners and losers in 2003 draft
Were there really 12 QBs better than Ken Dorsey?
Colts say draft went according to plan
With McGahee pick, Bills start new soap opera
Giants bolster defense through draft
Texans select Drew Henson
2003 NFL Draft selections
Reds 7, Padres 5
Daugherty: Bob Boone
Larkin boosts Lopez, who then boosts Reds
Reds notebook: Larkin won't rush return
NL: Millwood throws no-hitter
AL: Blue Jays rally to beat Royals
Notes from Sunday's games
The Kid still has dreams
Idaho horse heads to the races
Frankel's horses pass workouts
Kentucky insider: Madden eager for her return
Prep polls and leaders
Schedule and results
Flyers shut out Senators 2-0
Pierce walks his talk as Pacers fall
Couples wins his first in 5 years
A furious finish follows sluggish start for Agassi
Busch ends slump at Auto Club 500
Joe B. Hall enjoys the simpler things these days
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