Bengals place Gresham on PUP list

 

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Cincinnati, OH (SportsNetwork.com) - The Cincinnati Bengals on Wednesday placed tight end Jermaine Gresham on the physically unable to perform list.

The fifth-year pro recorded 46 receptions for 458 yards and four touchdowns over 14 contests last season.

An Oklahoma product, Gresham has spent his entire four-year career with the franchise, totaling 218 catches, 2,262 yards and 19 scores.

Defensive tackle Christo Bilukidi was also sent to the PUP list. The 24-year- old native of Angola and Georgia State product participated in seven games last season -- two with Cincinnati -- and totaled five tackles with one sack.

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