CINCINNATI (AP) -Receiver Tab Perry and safety Ethan Kilmer were placed on injured reserve Tuesday, ending their seasons for the Cincinnati Bengals.
The Bengals also signed free agent receiver Courtney Roby to a two-year deal and activated cornerback Johnathan Joseph, who was suspended by the NFL for last Sunday's game in Kansas City.
Perry severely injured his hip last season, but felt good in training camp and hoped to take the No. 3 receiver role that opened when Chris Henry was suspended by the league for the first eight games.
Perry played in the first two games, had one catch and returned seven kickoffs before the pain returned in his hip.
Kilmer hasn't played all season because of a knee injury.
Roby was a third-round draft pick by Tennessee in 1005. He played in 25 games, starting six, during his career with the Titans, which ended when he was waived on Sept. 1.

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