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Bengals make moves at tight end

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Well, just the practice squad. The legendary Ronnie Ghent was put on the practice/injury list after suffering a broken foot.

The Bengals added Gregg Guenther, a second-year player from Southern California, and Tim Day, a rookie from Oregon.

Guenther signed with Tennessee as an undrafted free agent last year and played in five games, catching two passes for 13 yards. He was waived by the Titans on Sept. 3.

Day signed with Chicago as an undrafted free agent, but was waived by the Bears on Aug. 25. He signed with Philadelphia's practice squad on Sept. 4 and was released two weeks later.

Gregg Guenther at USC:

Year Starts Receptions Yards TDs
2000 Injured against Penn State (opener). Red shirted after surgery to repair a herniated disk in his back
2001 Redshirt freshman spent most of the season recovering from injury
2002 1 7 39 1
2003 7 17 167 2
2004 No numbers... only played basketball?

Scouts.com (via ESPN Insider) says:

Has a great frame and impressive overall size. Has even greater size potential and can add bulk if he needs to. He is an impressive athlete for his size. Is smooth and fluid. Shows good initial quickness for his position. He has big, soft hands.

Gregg Guenther [USC Legends]
Gregg Guenther [pro-football-reference]

TIM DAY hasn't seen an NFL game yet. However, he did have a decent college career at Oregon.

Year Receptions Yards TDs
2003 23 318 3
2004 35 457 8
2005 25 215 1

College ESPN Page [ESPN.com]
Tim Day Bio Page [Bengals.com]

Bengals make practice squad moves [Ohio.com]