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Facing some depth issues at defensive tackle, the Cincinnati Bengals added to the roster on Wednesday by sniping a player off the practice squad of the Arizona Cardinals.
Said player is Zach Kerr, a 31-year-old veteran with 95 games of work to his name since 2014. He’ll play a key depth role with guys like Josh Tupou and Mike Daniels hurting and Larry Ogunjobi going to injured reserve.
This move comes on the heels of the Bengals already hosting three players on tryouts and adding to the roster at the position on Tuesday.
Depth issues on the interior of the defensive line ahead of a playoff game against Derrick Henry and the Tennessee Titans aren’t ideal, but the team is continuing to add insurance against any possible setbacks.