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Murray, Pressley signed to practice squad

Posted Nov 10, 2010

The Bengals on Wednesday signed cornerback Rico Murray and fullback Chris Pressley to the practice squad.

Murray was with the Bengals in preseason and spent Games 1-6 of this season on the Cincinnati practice squad. He was signed to the roster and played on Oct. 31 vs. Miami. He was waived from the roster on Monday of this week and rejoins the practice squad. He is a Cincinnati native (Moeller High School).

Pressley is a second-year NFL player. He opened the season on Tampa Bay’s roster and played in three games before being waived on Oct. 22. He entered the NFL in 2009 as a college free agent with the Bengals and began the ’09 season on the Cincinnati practice squad. He was signed to Tampa Bay’s roster on Oct. 28 of last season and played in seven games.

 

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