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Bengals | Announce roster cuts

Joe Reedy, of The Cincinnati Enquirer, reports the Cincinnati Bengals have released PK Sam Swank, CB Rico Murray, TE Kolo Kapanui, OG Andrew Crummey, DT Ventrell Jenkins, OT Augustus Parrish, WR Freddie Brown, LB Dan Skuta, DE Chris Harrington, DT Langston Moore, WR Maurice Purify, FB Chris Pressley, SS Corey Lynch, LB James Maxwell, LB Darryl Blackstock, RB James X. Johnson, DT Clinton McDonald, OG Jason Shirley, FB Fui Vakapuna and SS Marvin White.

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