Frank Victores-US PRESSWIRE
The Cincinnati Bengals announced a handful of practice squad changes, including one practice squad player signed onto another team's 53-man roster.
The Arizona Cardinals signed center Scott Wedige from the Cincinnati Bengals practice roster on Tuesday while Cincinnati also released linebacker Ben Jacobs, opening two spots on the team's eight-man practice squad. Wedige and Jacobs joined the practice squad on November 6 and November 12 respectively.
How nice does it feel that another team signed one of our practice squad players to their 53-man roster?
Cincinnati announced on Tuesday that they've already filled both vacancies with long-snapper (and former Bengal) Bryce Davis as well as offensive tackle Dan Knapp.
Davis played all four preseason games with the Bengals, generating three special teams tackles and even posting two receptions for 13 yards as a tight end. Davis was released during final cuts spent three days on the practice squad earlier this year.
Knapp, out of Arizona State, signed with the Oakland Raiders as an undrafted free agent earlier this year, recently waived of their practice squad on Halloween.