Bengals Acquire Prince On Waivers, Place Wilson On Reserve/Injured

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The Bengals today claimed OT Isaiah Prince on waivers from the Miami Dolphins, and placed S Brandon Wilson on the Reserve/Injured list.

Prince (6-7, 305), a rookie out of Ohio State, was originally a sixth-round pick of the Dolphins in April's draft. He played in four games for Miami this season, with two starts. In college at Ohio State, he played in 54 career games with 41 starts at RT, and earned first-team All-Big Ten honors as a senior.

Wilson, a third-year player, suffered right hand injury in last Sunday's game vs. the N.Y. Jets. He had played in all 12 of the Bengals' games (two starts) this season, and had 18 tackles, a pass defensed and two forced fumbles on defense, along with a team-high six tackles on special teams. Additionally, Wilson returned 20 kickoffs for 625 yards and a TD this season, good for an NFL-best 31.25-yard average, which also ranks as the second-best single-season KOR average in Bengals history.

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