Sat. Mar 25th, 2023

The Bengals today signed CB Abu Daramy-Swaray, who participated in the team’s rookie minicamp today as a tryout player.
Daramy-Swaray (5-9, 172) most recently played last season for the Potsdam Royals of the German Football League. He played in all 12 of the Royals’ 2021 games, recording 39 tackles (34 solo), two interceptions and nine total passes defensed.
Daramy-Swaray is a product of Colgate University, where he last played in 2019 as a senior. Since this is his first NFL contract, he will be classified as a rookie.
On Friday the Bengals released their list of 16 college free agents they signed after the draft. Here’s a capsule look along with observations from the scouts:
Only in Bengaldom during a Super Bowl run could a waiver-wire pickup who played 48 snaps in the postseason become a cult hero. It just goes to show the savvy football knowledge sandwiched between the Who Dey mania and the vast skills of Bengals tight end killer Tre Flowers.
The Bengals today re-signed signed CB Tre Flowers to a one-year contract for the 2022 season.
The Bengals today re-signed signed Mitchell Wilcox to a one-year contract for the 2022 season.
New starting right tackle La’el Collins met the Bengals media for the first time in a Wednesday Zoom. The highlights:
The Joe Burrow Improbable Dreamers transformed the way their city and the NFL views their Bengals, so it was fitting that a bunch of Cincinnati kids greeted the newest Bengal and symbol of the Super Bowl spoils when massive La’el Collins filled up the Paul Brown Stadium lobby door this past Sunday.
The Bengals today waived OT Fred Johnson.
The Bengals today re-signed restricted free agent OT Fred Johnson to a one-year contract for the 2022 season.
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