The Cincinnati Bengals have gotten their sixth 2009 draft pick under contract, agreeing to terms with punter Kevin Huber.
Huber, who played at the University of Cincinnati, was a fifth-round pick. He has signed a four-year deal.
The acquisition of Huber prompted the Bengals to cut Kyle Larson, who had held the job for five straight years.
UPDATE: Our own Aaron Wilson reports that Huber will receive a $195,000 signing bonus and minimum base salaries. The deal also includes a 2012 escalator tied to performance.