Bengals cut offensive lineman Rod Taylor

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The Bengals made a move to add offensive line depth earlier today, and made room for that move by releasing a guy who never played a snap.

The Bengals announced the addition of veteran guard John Jerry, and that they were waiving guard Rod Taylor to create the roster spot.

Taylor was last year’s seventh-round pick from Ole Miss, but they never got much of a look at him. He suffered a torn ACL on the first day of training camp, and was placed on injured reserve.

Jerry started 16 games for the Giants in 2017, but was cut last year and never signed with another team.

2 responses to “Bengals cut offensive lineman Rod Taylor

  1. So Jim Turner and Jerry back together again? Lets hope getting the boys club back together doesn’t result in same issues… Putting that aside, lets hope Jim brought in Jerry because he knows something the rest of the league does not since he sat all last year…

    ugh as I am terrified of our offensive line, I miss football!

  2. Why is everyone so edgy over an offensive line coach who was tough on a 350lb offensive lineman in the NFL? Jeez have we become so pansy in this day and age? There is NO WAY an NFL lineman is “bullied” That Jonathan -whoever he is- should be called a Football Player in the NFL. What a role model for his kids… “I got bullied on my pro football team… smh

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