Peerman has signed a one-year contract to remain with the Bengals, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. After missing the first 10 games of the 2016 season due to a fractured forearm, Peerman logged six carries for 15 yards in six games. Where he did make his mark, however, was on special teams. It's a role he'll reprise in 2017, while also continuing to serve as a depth option in the Bengals' backfield.
Peerman (elbow) has officially been activated from the injured reserve. With Giovani Bernard out for the year with an ACL tear, Peerman will look to take over the Bengals' third running back spot behind Jeremy Hill and Rex Burkhead.
Peerman (elbow) is a candidate to be added to the Bengals' active roster in advance of Sunday's game against the Ravens. Peerman has been designated to return from the team's IR list, but it remains to be seen if he'll immediately fill the open spot that remains on the Bengals' roster. The team could use some backfield depth, with Giovani Bernard having suffered season-ending injury and now down to Jeremy Hill and Rex Burkhead at running back.
Peerman (elbow) has been designated to return from the IR, over first-round pick William Jackson III. Peerman can return to practice this week but hasn't yet been activated. But the decision to go with him over Jackson is a result of Giovani Bernard's season-ending injury, and reflects that the Bengals haven't yet given up on making the playoffs.
Peerman (elbow) was placed on IR Sunday, Adam Caplan of ESPN reports. Peerman was expected to serve as the Bengals No. 3 running back before he suffered a broken elbow last week.
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