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Bengals sign DB Michael Thomas and P Drue Chrisman to practice squad

The Bengals waived two other players from the practice squad to make room.

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The Cincinnati Bengals have signed rookie punter Drue Chrisman and veteran safety Michael Thomas to the practice squad. The team also released safety Sean Davis and cornerback Tony Brown from the practice squad.

Chrisman, a rookie out of Ohio State, was originally a college free agent signee of the Bengals in May. He was with Cincinnati during the preseason, joined the practice squad, then was released from it September 7th.

Thomas, an eighth-year player out of Stanford, was originally a college free agent signee of the San Francisco 49ers in 2012. He has spent time with the Niners, Miami Dolphins, New York Giants and Houston Texans. He has played in 97 career games with 281 tackles, two sacks, three interceptions, 15 pass deflections and three forced fumbles.

Davis, a sixth-year player out of Maryland, had signed to the Bengals’ practice squad on Sept. 25.

Brown, a fourth-year player out of the Alabama, joined the Bengals on waivers from Green Bay during the 2019 season.