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By: Chris Roling
The Cincinnati Bengals have plucked a former member of the Kansas City Chiefs before the team visits them in Sunday’s AFC title game.
According to the wire, the Bengals claimed Chiefs cornerback Chris Lammons. Interestingly, this is a deferred move until February 13, the day after the Super Bowl.
However, that won’t stop the Bengals from picking Lammons’ brain before Sunday’s AFC title game. He’s also a core member of the Chiefs’ special teams. Presumably, the Chiefs were trying to slip Lammons through the waiver wire and onto the practice squad, making room for something else before calling him up. Instead, he’s technically a member of the Bengals.
Lammons, an undrafted free agent in 2018 with Atlanta, had stops in a few different places before joining the Chiefs in 2019.
Originally posted on Bengals Wire