Cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris was claimed by the Ravens Friday.
It looks like cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris is going to play the Steelers and Browns again in the next six days. It just happens to be for the other AFC North contender after the Ravens claimed him on waivers, profootballtalk.com reported Friday.
The Bengals waived Lewis-Harris Thursday to make room for defensive lineman Wallace Gilberry and were probably going to put him back on the practice squad. That's where Lewis-Harris began his Bengals career in 2012 as an undrafted free agent and where he's made various stops while also playing in 25 games.
Lewis-Harris played in seven games this season primarily on special teams, where he played 35 percent of the snaps. The irony is his place on the game day roster is probably going to go to veteran cornerback Chykie Brown, who played the bulk of his career in Baltimore.
PFT speculates Lewis-Harris may have to play right away in Sunday's 1 p.m. game in Baltimore against Pittsburgh. The site says Ravens cornerbacks Shareece Wright (doubtful), Ladarius Webb (questionable) and Tavon Young (questionable) are banged up with the Ravens hosting Cleveland Thursday night.