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Bengals add Kevin Hogan to practice squad; Auden Tate comes off COVID list

The Bengals made several other moves ahead of their matchup with the Giants.

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The Cincinnati Bengals have made several moves with the 53-man roster and practice squad.

Saturday morning, the team announced it had activated wide receiver Auden Tate and offensive lineman B.J. Finney to the roster from the Reserve/COVID-19 list. Both had been placed on Reserve/COVID-19 on Nov. 25.

The Bengals also signed cornerback Jalen Davis from the practice squad to the active roster.

And finally, the Bengals signed free agent QB Kevin Hogan to the practice squad.

Hogan (6-3, 218), a fourth-year player out of Stanford University, was a college free agent signee of the Kansas City Chiefs in 2016. He later spent time with the Cleveland Browns, Washington Football Team and Denver Broncos. He has played in eight career games and completed 60 of 101 passes for 621 yards, four TDs and seven INTs. He also has 18 rushes for 176 yards and another TD.

Davis (5-10, 185), a first-year player out of Utah State University, was a college free agent signee of the Miami Dolphins in 2018. He then spent 2019 and the beginning of ’20 with the Arizona Cardinals before joining the Bengals’ practice squad on Oct. 27. He played in Games 9-10 for Cincinnati as a practice squad player elevated to the active roster for game day and has three tackles so far this season.