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Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris runs with the ball during warm ups before an NFL football game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016, in Arlington.
Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris runs with the ball during warm ups before an NFL football game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016, in Arlington. (Roger Steinman / AP)

In a shuffle of cornerbacks, the Ravens cut Will Davis on Friday and were awarded former Cincinnati Bengal Chris Lewis-Harris via a waiver claim.

Lewis-Harris, 27, was released by the Bengals on Thursday after spending parts of five seasons with the AFC North team.

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A 2012 undrafted free agent out of Tennessee-Chattanooga, Lewis-Harris played in 26 total games and got his first interception earlier this season.

Davis, who was trying to come back from his second torn ACL in as many seasons, was active for three games for the Ravens this season, playing 54 total defensive snaps.

He saw his most extensive action when Jimmy Smith and Jerraud Powers both went down in the Ravens' Oct. 16 loss to the New York Giants. Davis had four tackles and an interception that day, but he was also beaten for a key 75-yard touchdown catch by Odell Beckham Jr. in the third quarter of the game.

The Ravens traded a 2016 seventh-round draft pick to the Miami Dolphins for Davis in September 2015. He wound up playing five total games for the Ravens, making five tackles and one interception.

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