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Bengals waive Damion Willis to make room for John Ross Chris Roling As expected, John Ross is back with the Cincinnati Bengals. Tuesday, the team announced Ross’ activation off the Reserve/Injured list and the corresponding move, waiving Damion Willis. Ross was always expected back around this time and Zac Taylor talked in depth about the plan for Ross and Jonah Williams recently. Perhaps more interesting is the story of Willis, the undrafted talent who was surprisingly an opening-day starter for the Bengals in A.J. Green’s slot. Willis eventually fell out of favor as Auden Tate rose to the top of the depth chart and it has ultimately culminated in undrafted Stanley Morgan getting more looks as of late. For now, Willis ends his main-roster tenure with nine catches on 16 targets. The Bengals saw something they really liked with him but had to get him out there earlier than anticipated, so rest assured they’ll look for a way to keep him aboard.
Sports Bengals CB Phillips designated to return from IR Reuters 1 hour 36 minutes ago Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Darius Phillips was designated to return from injured reserve and was set to join practice Thursday. Phillips sustained a knee injury in Cincinnati's 21-17 loss to Buffalo on Sept. 22. He was placed on injured reserve four days later. The 24-year-old collected 22 tackles and a forced fumble in 15 games (one start) during his rookie season in 2018. He recorded his first career interception against the Bills before he was injured. Phillips was the second of two possible players that the team may designate for return from injured reserve. The first was wide receiver John Ross III, who returned Nov. 13. Ross was sidelined with a shoulder injury sustained during the Bengals' 27-3 loss to the Pittsburgh Stealers on Sept. 30. He is eligible to return to game action Dec. 8 against the Cleveland Browns.