The Cincinnati Bengals cut one quarterback, added another and picked up seven practice-squad players today.
The Bengals announced that they’ve been awarded rookie quarterback Dan LeFevour on waivers from the Bears. LeFevour was a sixth-round pick who looked a little lost in the preseason but had a brilliant college career at Central Michigan, becoming the only player in NCAA Division I-A history with more than 12,000 career passing yards and 2,500 career rushing yards.
While saying hello to LeFevour, the Bengals are saying goodbye to quarterback J.T. O’Sullivan, who was their No. 2 quarterback last year.
And the Bengals have added the following players to their practice squad: TE Chase Coffman, G Otis Hudson, DT Clinton McDonald, S Jeromy Miles, S Rico Murray, LB Vincent Rey and FB Joe Tronzo.