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Bengals Invite Two Wide Receivers And a Fullback To Cincinnati

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Presumably to fill in the final roster spot on the team's practice squad, the Bengals invited three players into Cincinnati on Tuesday, according to the Enquirer's Joe Reedy.

Fullback Jason Davis, recently released by the New York Jets, was originally an undrafted free agent by the Philadelphia Eagles in 2006 out of Illinois. Davis played in five games last year, starting three. Wide receiver Marcus Henry was drafted in the sixth round by the Jets in the 2008 NFL draft. Whoa. I just had deja vu. Henry has never played a regular season game nor did he record any preseason receptions in three games this year.

Samuel Giguere, wide receiver released by the Indianapolis Colts, was also in Cincinnati on Tuesday. Giguere spent back-to-back seasons on the Colts practice squad in 2008 and 2009. Giguere graduated from Sherbrooke, drafted by the CFL Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the eighth round before signing with the Colts as an undrafted free agent.

It's widely believed that the Bengals are still actively looking for a suitable fullback, as well as some depth on the offensive line.