The Cincinnati Bengals have signed cornerback Abu Daramy-Swaray from the Potsdam Royals of the German Football League. In his college career, Daramy-Swaray played for Colgate University, where he made 155 tackles in 44 games. After graduation, he played for the Potsdam Royals of the GFL, where he had 39 tackles, two interceptions, and nine passes defensed. He will be considered a rookie for now, but could end up being an asset for the Bengals in the future.
The Bengals also signed former Colgate cornerback Dominique Martin and GFL standout Abu Daramy-Swarau to contracts. The two-time All-American received their first NFL offers after playing four seasons at Colgate University. Daramy-Swaray earned All-American honors twice and All-Conference honors three times. He also made 112 solo tackles and 2.5 tackles for loss. He also had five interceptions and 25 pass breakups during his college career.