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Bengals add team physicians, CB Pender

Posted Feb 11, 2011


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The Bengals announced that Dr. Marc T. Galloway and Dr. Kevin E. Reilly have been named as team orthopedic physicians. Galloway will also serve as head team physician.

Galloway received his medical degree from Duke University and previously was Team Physician and Director of Sports Medicine at Yale University. He has practiced orthopedic surgery in Cincinnati since 2000. Reilly received his medical degree from the University of Cincinnati and has practiced orthopedic surgery in Cincinnati since 1995. He was an Academic All-American in football at Holy Cross.

Both Galloway and Reilly are Board Certified in Orthopedic Surgery.

Also, cornerback David Pender has been added to the Bengals offseason roster and now counts toward the squad limit of 80 players. Pender has been with the Bengals since Dec. 28 of last year, when he was claimed on waivers from Indianapolis, but he was under an NFL roster exemption from Dec. 29 until Feb. 10, when the exemption expired.

Pender, from Purdue, played in three games as a rookie last season for Indianapolis. He is classified a first-year NFL player in 2011.

 

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