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John Miller agrees to deal with Panthers

John Miller didn’t have to wait long to find a place to play after being released by the Bengals on Wednesday. Agent Drew Rosenhaus told PFT that his client will sign a one-year deal with the Panthers. The deal is worth $4 million. Miller signed a three-year deal with the Bengals last year and started [more]

Bengals add Xavier Su’a-Filo to offensive line mix

Earlier today, the Bengals cut the guy they signed early in free agency last year. Now they’ve replaced him with a guy they signed early in free agency. According to Ben Baby of, the Bengals agreed to terms with offensive lineman Xavier Su'a-Filo. He gets a three-year $10 million deal. The Bengals released guard John [more]

PFT’s Free Agent Top 100

The following are PFT’s top 100 free agents for the start of the 2020 league year. The rankings include prospective unrestricted and restricted free agents, as well as released players. The list will be updated as events warrant, with signings, tags and re-signings denoted when announced and/or reported. We’ve also added a running Top 25 [more]

Bengals cutting guard John Miller

The Bengals spent some money yesterday, and are quickly getting rid of the guys they spent on last year. According to Adam Schefter of, the Bengals are releasing guard John Miller. They signed him to a three-year, $16.5 million contract last March, and the former Bills guard started 13 games for them last year. [more]

Bengals cutting cornerback B.W. Webb

The Bengals spent their money yesterday, they’re pulling some back today. According to Josina Anderson of, the Bengals are cutting cornerback B.W. Webb. The move clears his $3.5 million off the books, though he’ll still count $1 million in dead money. The 30-year-old could return to the team later at a reduced rate. He [more]

Bengals broke their mold, and the bank

When the Bengals have spent money in the past, it was on their own guys. So it’s reasonable if you were surprised by yesterday’s binge, in which they doled out a combined $95 million worth of contracts to D.J. Reader and Trae Waynes. As noted by Paul Dehner of, it was the biggest splurge [more]

Bengals agree to terms on three-year, $42 million deal with Trae Waynes

The Bengals are making a splash. After franchising receiver A.J. Green earlier in the week, they agreed to terms with nose tackle D.J. Reader and cornerback Trae Waynes on Tuesday. Both rank on PFT’s list of top-100 free agents. Waynes will sign a three-year, $42 million deal with the Bengals, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media [more]

Darqueze Dennard signing with Jaguars

The Jaguars are signing cornerback Darqueze Dennard, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports. Dennard will compete for a starting job outside, with D.J. Hayden playing in the slot. Dennard, 28, spent his first six seasons in Cincinnati after the Bengals made him the 24th overall choice. He spent the first part of the 2019 season [more]

Bengals agree to terms on four-year, $53 million deal with D.J. Reader

The Bengals are doing their best to show Joe Burrow they are committed to winning. After franchising receiver A.J. Green, they have come to terms with nose tackle D.J. Reader. Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports it’s a four-year, $53 million deal. A few days ago, it became clear the Texans would not be [more]

Bears checking out possibility of Andy Dalton trade

The Bears have tried to say the polite things when it comes to the future of quarterback Mitchell Tribusiky. But it’s clear by the number of options they’re exploring already that the former first-rounder’s job is anything but secure. According to Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune, the Bears have reached out to the Bengals [more]

Dophins agree to terms with Clayton Fejedelem

The Dolphins have agreed to terms with safety Clayton Fejedelem on a three-year deal, agent Mike McCartney announced on Twitter. Fejedelem, 26, spent the past four seasons with the Bengals after they made him a seventh-round choice. He started only six games, none in 2019, but was a core special teams player in his time [more]

A.J. Green gets franchise tag in Cincinnati

It’s been the expectation for some time that the Bengals wouldn’t let wide receiver A.J. Green hit the open market as a free agent, so there’s little surprise about the news out of Cincinnati on Monday morning. Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports that the Bengals have informed Green that they’re using the franchise tag [more]

Several more franchise tags expected before deadline

Five teams have used their franchise tags already this offseason and we’re expecting to see several others go that route in the next few hours. Teams have until noon on Monday to use the tags and it will come as no surprise to hear that the Cowboys have applied a tag to quarterback Dak Prescott [more]

Bengals’ employees will work from home next week

The Bengals have become the latest team to have their employees work from home. The team said in a statement it will implement the measure next week in an abundance of caution over the coronavirus pandemic. “In an effort to ensure the health and safety of our players, coaches and staff, the Bengals are asking [more]

Bengals will release Cordy Glenn

The Bengals couldn’t find a taker for offensive tackle Cordy Glenn in a trade, so they’ve decided to simply release him. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the Bengals will cut Glenn on Friday. The move clears $9.5 million of cap space. Glenn was moved to left guard when the Bengals drafted Jonah Williams in [more]

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