Bengals swap out a pair of young defensive backs


The Bengals made a special teams switch for the back of their roster Saturday, swapping out a pair of defensive backs.

They promoted safety Tony Dye from the practice squad to the 53-man roster. Dye was stashed on injured reserve last year, and has been with them the past two offseasons.

To make room for him on the roster, they waived cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris. He played in three games for them this season.

6 responses to “Bengals swap out a pair of young defensive backs

  1. All-Pro Leon Hall out for the season, a 35 year old corner , a 33 year old safety, a 30 year old corner, and Dre Kirkpatrick in the secondary.

    DON’T FORGET: the two #3-4 level wide receivers masquerading as the team’s #2 and #3 wide receivers.

    It’s gonna be a close one.

    On the positive side: G – I – O ! ! !

  2. man the bengals have a ton of injuries. i hope the browns come afyer dalton early and get in his head early. the browns front 7 is no joke anymore. cant wait to se my boy haden matching up against a.j. green again. its gonna be a great game! go browns!!!!

  3. stoptrippn says:
    Nov 16, 2013 1:47 PM
    “Biggest lost was Taylor mays. They should of appreciated his services”

    Huh? Nice try Taylor, not gonna work.

  4. Actually Taylor Mays was doing a great job this year as a safety/linebacker hybrid. Finally found his niche. He’ll come back strong next year.

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