The Cincinnati Bengals announced on Tuesday that they've re-signed cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris to the team's practice squad. Lewis-Harris was waived on Saturday to make room for Tony Dye, who didn't do much except return Jayson DiManche's blocked punt for a touchdown against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday (greatest front office move the day before a game?).
Lewis-Harris was originally on the team's practice squad during the first two games before his promotion onto the 53-man roster in week three until last weekend.
The team also announced that fullback Chris Pressley and quarterback Zac Robinson, who have been on the team's Physically Unable to Perform list this year, are practice eligible. They remain on the Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform list, due to injuries that predated the start of training camp.
Today marks the start of a 21-day period during which they are eligible to practice. They could be activated to the roster at any time during the 21-day period, and if the period ends with no activation, they will remain on Reserve/PUP, not eligible for activation, for the remainder of the season, including any postseason games.