Found December 28, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
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Josh Brown kicked the Cincinnati Bengals into the postseason, and the team's playoff fortunes could continue to ride on the veteran's right leg with Mike Nugent placed on injured reserve. Nugent has been out since Week 13 with a right calf strain. Brown was signed after the Bengals worked out several veteran kickers after Nugent's injury. Cornerback Chris Lewis, an undrafted rookie out of Tennessee-Chattanooga, was signed off the practice squad to take Nugent's roster spot.
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