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Saturday, November 23
 
Bengals' Szalay needed dental work

Associated Press

CINCINNATI -- Offensive tackle Reggie Coleman was suspended for one week without pay by the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday for hitting a teammate during a fight in practice.

Coleman struck fellow rookie Thatcher Szalay on Friday. Szalay, a guard, needed dental work and will not travel with the team to Pittsburgh for Sunday's game.

Coleman has been on the inactive list for seven games since being signed Oct. 1 from the Washington Redskins practice squad. Szalay has been inactive for eight games this season.

The Bengals also signed tight end Tony Stewart from the Philadelphia Eagles practice squad.

Stewart played in three games last year for Philadelphia, starting one. He had five receptions for 52 yards and a touchdown. He has been on the practice squad since Sept. 12.




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