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CINCINNATI (AP) - The Cincinnati Bengals acquired three players off waivers, and while waived three players.
The Bengals acquired center Mike McGlynn on waivers from Philadelphia. McGlynn is a fourth-year NFL player and also has played guard.
The team also picked up tight end Mickey Shuler on waivers from Miami. Shuler is a second-year NFL player.
Finally, the Bengals acquired wide receiver Brandon Tate on waivers from New England. Tate is a third-year player.
Additionally, the Bengals waived three players _ tight end Chase Coffman, wide receiver Quan Cosby and center Reggie Stephens.
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