Jan 29, 2022
The Bengals elevated DT Damion Square and WR Trent Taylor from the practice squad to the active roster for tomorrow’s AFC Championship Game at Kansas City. Both are classified as standard elevations.
As practice squad players being elevated to the active roster for the game, both players automatically will revert to the practice squad after the game.
Square has played for 8 NFL teams: Eagles, Chiefs, Chargers, Browns, Saints, Bears, the Raiders and now the Bengals. It’s a path that most undrafted players take, traveling the league when needed to fill a vfoid.
Today, he could make NFL history.
When the Cincinnati Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs play in the AFC Championship Game, the 32-year-olod Square could become the first player in NFL history to play for two teams in the same postseason.
In Las Vegas’ 26-19 loss to Cincinnati on Super Wild-Card Weekend game Jan. 15, Square made three tackles, including one behind the line of scrimmage, for the Raiders as a practice-squad elevation.
On Saturday, the Bengals elevated Square from their practice squad, making him eligible to play against his former team, the Chiefs.
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