Bengals cut former first-rounder Perry
The Cincinnati Bengals began their post-draft roster reshuffling in earnest on Monday by releasing five veterans, the most prominent of whom was former first-round tailback Chris Perry.
Cincinnati chose Perry with the 26th overall selection in the 2004 draft, but got very little production from him because of injuries and idleness.
The Bengals, who signed undrafted free-agent wide receiver Quan Cosby out of Texas, also announced Monday afternoon that they have released tight ...
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