Hardison was waived by Houston on Monday, Al Butler of UPI.com reports.
Hardison was let go to clear room for recently acquired cornerback Kayvon Webster. Hardison has bounced around a bit since coming into the league in 2015. With the preseason nearing an end, it's unsure if Hardison will be able to find a new home before the regular season gets underway.
Hardison was signed to Houston's practice squad, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Hardison is a nose tackle and has previously spent time with the Bengals and Patriots.
Hardison (shoulder), who ended the season on injured reserve, is now healthy, Cincinnati.com reports.
Despite entering his third season in the league, Hardison is yet to see the field in a regular-season game. However, now that he's back to full strength, the former fourth-rounder could work his way into the Bengals' defensive line rotation ahead of the 2017 campaign after the release of incumbent starter Domata Peko.
Hardison was placed on season ending IR due to a shoulder injury, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Hardison's shoulder injury is unclear at this point but it must be fairly severe given he's been shut down for the year. He was likely just a depth lineman for the Bengals and his absence shouldn't be expected to have a large impact on the team.
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