Bengals elevate Mike Daniels, Trent Taylor for Saturday’s game

NFL: JAN 09 Bengals at Browns
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The Bengals announced a couple of additions to their roster for Saturday’s home playoff game against the Raiders.

They have elevated defensive lineman Mike Daniels and wide receiver Trent Taylor from the practice squad. Both players will revert to the practice squad after the game.

Daniels started the season finale for the Bengals. He had five tackles and a tackle for loss in their loss to the Browns. Daniels appeared in 10 playoff games during his seven seasons with the Packers.

Taylor has played in four games this season and had two catches for 41 yards last Sunday. He returned four kickoffs and seven punts over the course of the season.

4 responses to “Bengals elevate Mike Daniels, Trent Taylor for Saturday’s game

  1. He actually looked pretty dominating against the Browns. I think he has worked himself back in to top shape

  2. gremlin says:
    Injuries severely limited him after he left GB.
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    Actually, after some top-notch seasons Mike Daniels’ injuries began limiting him while he was still in Greem Bay. That’s why the Packers released him after seven seasons.

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