The Cincinnati Bengals reached the NFL roster limit of 53 players on Saturday, according to NationalFootballPost.com.
The Bengals placed linebacker Emmanuel Lamur (shoulder) on injured reserve, running back Bernard Scott (knee) on IR-physically unable to perform and terminated the contract of offensive tackle Dennis Roland.
Two players that had been on the bubble made the team: backup quarterback Josh Johnson and linebacker Jayson Dimanche.
The Bengals had previously cut fullback John Conner, tight end-long snapper Bryce Davis, safety Tony Dye, offensive tackle Reid Fragel, wide receiver Cobi Hamilton, running back Daniel Herron, center T.J. Johnson, cornerbacks Chris Lewis-Harris and Onterio McCalebb, linebacker Dontay Moch, cornerback Shaun Prater, wide receiver Taveon Rogers, wide receiver Roy Roundtree, linebacker J.K. Schaffer, quarterback John Skelton, defensive tackle Terrence Stephens, guard John Sullen and linebacker Bruce Taylor.
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