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Bengals sign Cody Ford

The Bengals have signed their second offensive lineman in as many days.The team announced that they have signed Cody Ford to a one-year contract. They signed tackle Orlando Brown on Wednesday and Ford was in for a visit with the team on Thursday.Ford spent last season with the Cardinals and his first three seasons with [more]

Joe Mixon cleared in March 6 shooting, but his sister was indicted

At a press conference on Thursday, Hamilton County Prosecutor Melissa Powers made it clear that Bengals running back Joe Mixon will face no criminal charges for a March 6 shooting on his property.“He did not commit a crime,” Powers said, via Paul Dehner, Jr. of was seen carrying a gun on his property, but [more]

Bengals to re-sign Trent Taylor

Cincinnati is bringing back one of its free agents.The Bengals have agreed to a one-year deal with receiver/punt returner Trent Taylor, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media.Taylor averaged 10.3 yards per return on 33 punts in 2022. He also caught six passes for 62 yards and took four carries for 15 yards.It was his [more]

Bengals to host Cody Ford for a visit

The Bengals have secured an agreement with tackle Orlando Brown and they are still looking for more help on the offensive line.Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports that the Bengals will be visiting with guard Cody Ford. The team is also set for a visit with safety Nick Scott on Thursday.Ford was a 2019 second-round pick [more]

Nick Scott to visit Bengals

The Bengals have seen a pair of safeties agree to deals with new teams this offseason and they’re meeting with a possible addition to the group on Thursday.Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports that Nick Scott will be visiting with the team.Scott was a 2019 seventh-round pick by the Rams and he’s spent his entire [more]

Orlando Brown will play left tackle

Orlando Brown Jr. was adamant he wanted to stay at left tackle, and the Bengals agreed.That’s why he agreed to join the Bengals on a four-year, $64 million deal that includes $31 million guaranteed.“I’m super thankful for the opportunity to carry on my father’s legacy and be a left tackle,” Brown told Mike Garafolo of [more]

Orlando Brown, Jr. joins the Bengals

The Bengals have had Kansas City’s number in recent years, with the exception of this year’s AFC Champions. Now, Cincinnati has one of the Chiefs’ better players.Tackle Orlando Brown has agreed to term with the Bengals, per multiple reports that were confirmed by his agent.It’s being characterized as a four-year, $64 million deal. That’s $16 [more]

Two years, $10 million for Andy Dalton

For many former starting quarterbacks, there are plenty of reasons to be a backup quarterback for as long as possible. Especially when the former starter still finds a way to play in plenty of games.For Andy Dalton, there are 10 million reasons over the next two season.Dalton’s contract with the Panthers is worth $10 million [more]

Bengals to re-sign Trayveon Williams

The Bengals lost one running back as a free agent this week, but they’re holding onto another one.Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports that the Bengals will re-sign Trayveon Williams. The news comes a day after Samaje Perine agreed to a deal with the Broncos.Williams joined the Bengals as a 2019 sixth-round pick. He’s played sparingly [more]

Panthers plan to sign Hayden Hurst

Free agent tight end Hayden Hurst is heading to Carolina.Hurst and the Panthers plan to sign a contract once free agency officially begins this afternoon, according to multiple reports.The 29-year-old Hurst was a first-round pick of the Ravens in 2018. He played two years in Baltimore before he was traded to Atlanta, where he played [more]

Broncos, Samaje Perine agree to two-year deal

The Broncos are adding a running back from the AFC North.Denver and Samaje Perine have agreed to a two-year deal worth $7.5 million, according to NFL Media’s Mike Garafolo. The contract includes another $1 million available in incentives.Perine was a strong third-down back for the Bengals in 2022 and also started two games when Joe [more]

Only 57 players on PFT’s top 100 remain unrestricted free agents

Going, going, almost gone. . . . In a little more than 24 hours since the legal tampering period opened, only 57 of PFT’s top 100 free agents remain unrestricted free agents. Six players received the non-exclusive franchise tag, and Commanders defensive tackle Daron Payne since has signed a long-term deal.Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson ($32.4 [more]

Vonn Bell agrees to deal with Panthers

Safety Vonn Bell is set to move on from the Bengals.According to multiple reports, Bell has agreed to terms with the Panthers. No terms of the agreement have been announced.Bell, who is No. 70 on PFT’s list of the top free agents, spent the last three seasons in Cincinnati. He started 48 games in the [more]

Bengals re-sign Germaine Pratt

Veteran linebacker Germaine Pratt will remain in Cincinnati.Pratt and the Bengals have agreed to a new three-year, $21 million deal, according to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network.Pratt was slated to hit free agency on Wednesday and could have worked out a deal to leave the Bengals for a new team, but he will stay in [more]

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