The Cincinnati Bengals' secondary is beat up, to say the least. Week 4's injury report included three cornerbacks and safety Jessie Bates. Regardless, this team keeps winning and improved to a solid 3-1 start to the 2021 campaign.
However, the Bengals understand the need to get healthy and made a move to do so on Tuesday. NFL insider Tom Pelissero reported that Cincinnati signed former Pro Bowl safety Michael Thomas to the practice squad.
Bates missed Week 4 action with a neck injury, and although head coach Zac Taylor expects him to return to practice this week, the addition of Thomas is a safe backup plan.
Thomas last appeared in 9 games for the Houston Texans in 2020. He's primarily operated a depth option throughout his eight-year NFL career, recording a career-high 13 starts for the Miami Dolphins in 2015.
His Pro Bowl season came with the New York Giants in 2018, where he started 6 games and recorded 2 interceptions, 6 passes defended and 59 total tackles.
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