Like the rest of the NFL, the Cincinnati Bengals are on the doorstep of training camp. But that doesn’t mean they are done tweaking their roster.

This was evidenced Monday when the Bengals decided to sign three defensive free agents. Defensive end Raymond Johnson, linebacker Tegray Scales, and defensive tackle Domenique Davis will join the fray over the coming months, per the team’s website.

Johnson and Scales are both second-year players who were signed as undrafted free agents. Johnson appeared in 15 games last year as a rookie and recorded 1.0 sack, while Scales played in one game with the Pittsburgh Steelers, recording 13% of special teams snaps.

Davis is an undrafted free agent, himself, out of the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, but he’s in his first year as an NFL player.

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