Former Bengals Get Signed By Indianapolis Colts

In our non-stop effort to bring you the most up-to-date news of all things Bengals, Josh posted an article earlier today noting that former Bengals cornerback Morgan Trent had a workout with the Indianapolis Colts on Tuesday. Well, the workout must have went well.

According to the Twitter account of Aaron Wilson of The National Football Post, the Colts signed Trent shortly after said workout. The move makes sense because it's a thin position group on their squad and the Colts' staff has had a few opportunities to see Trent in live action. If you remember, Trent was released by the Bengals after Adam Jones reclaimed his spot on their 53-man roster.

On the same day that they signed Trent to their roster, the Colts also signed former Bengals quarterback Dan LeFevour to their practice squad. LeFevour's time in Cincinnati was split between being the third-string quarterback or on the practice squad. When the Bengals changed up their offensive scheme this offseason, they drafted Andy Dalton and brought in veteran Bruce Gradkowski. With those two additions, the Bengals opted to only keep the two of them on the active roster and released LeFevour. After his release, the Bengals then signed former Lions quarterback Zac Robinson to their Practice Squad.

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