6'4'' / 265 lbs
Earns future deal
The Bengals signed Bowers to a reserve/future contract Tuesday.
Bowers spent the entire regular season on the Bengals' practice squad. He was elevated for the first time during Cincinnati's divisional-round win over Buffalo, but he didn't play any snaps. With his new contract, the undrafted tight end out of Penn State will get to stick around the organization and have a chance to compete for a larger role next season.
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Moves back to practice squad
Bowers reverted to the Bengals' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log.
Bowers has spent the entire season on the practice squad and was elevated for the first time ahead of Sunday's divisional-round win over Buffalo. The 26-year-old tight end ultimately was ruled inactive, and he's unlikely to see any action in this coming Sunday's AFC Championship Game at Kansas City, barring any injuries to the tight ends on Cincinnati's active roster. Bowers still has yet to record a catch in his career.
Joining active roster for Sunday
Cincinnati elevated Bowers from its practice squad Saturday ahead of Sunday's divisional-round matchup at Buffalo, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Bowers has yet to play a snap this season after joining the Bengals' practice squad back in September. The 26-year-old tight end would probably see the field only if one of Hayden Hurst, Mitchell Wilcox or Devin Asiasi were to get injured.