Miami (of Ohio) University alumnus Theodore “Ted” Catino is a founding partner of the Boston-based company 625 Investments, LLC. As the current chief executive officer of this opportunistic fund, he is at the forefront of directing the strategy in generating attractive returns from venture, private equity, and real estate investments. During his free time, Ted Catino enjoys watching football, and is an avid fan of the Cincinnati Bengals.
In a recent report, the Cincinnati Bengals announced that they have signed Josh Malone, and that he will be joining the team to finally kickstart his National Football League (NFL) career. Malone is a fourth-round pick and was formerly a wide receiver at the University of Tennessee. He inked a four-year contract that is worth almost $3 million, supplemented with a signing bonus totaling to nearly $600,000. He joins 10 other picks for this round of the NFL draft.
Back in Tennessee, Malone pulled 104 catches in 39 games and 14 touchdowns across three seasons. He gained prominence with 50 catches for 972 yards and 11 touchdowns when still a junior.