A Bengals fourth-round pick in 2019, Wren added depth to the interior of the defensive line as a rookie before a left hip injury ended his season in December ... Played in 11 games (two starts) as a rookie, and finished with eight tackles .... Used mainly as a rotational interior defensive lineman last year, but he saw his playing time gradually increase before the injury ... Played in 42 games during career at Arizona State, and totaled 81 tackles, including 14.5 for losses and three sacks, along with one INT, six PDs and a FF ... Played mostly at nose tackle in college, but Bengals played him at multiple positions along the interior of the DL.
Bengals Place DT Renell Wren On The Reserve/Injured list, John Ross Activated
The Bengals placed DT Renell Wren on the Reserve/Injured list, and activated WR John Ross from the Reserve list.
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