Honestly, I remember more train wrecks than smooth sailing last time Dan Wilkinson worked in Cincinnati. Oh, and let's remember that Wilkinson burnt the Brent Spence bridge on his way out calling the city of Cincinnati racist. He's since apologized and grown up.
Wilkinson is still considering Cincinnati as he paroles the empty space of free agency reports the Miami Herald.
Defensive tackle Dan Wilkinson visited the Dolphins on Thursday, and the team could sign him to replace or compete with nose tackle Keith Traylor. Wilkinson, who owns a contracting business in Washington, had talked about retiring after being released by Detroit last month.MCNAIR TO THE RAVENS:
However, Wilkinson also is considering playing for a contender this season, such as the Dolphins or Cincinnati.
I guess it should be noteworthy that Steve McNair is rejoining the ranks of the former AFC Central now known as the North. But look at McNair's numbers against Cincinnati through the years... impressive.
|16/1996||L - 13-21||6-10||72||1||0|
|7/1997||W - 30-7||16-30||199||3||0|
|15/1997||L - 14-41||14-25||146||2||0|
|1/1998||W - 23-14||10-21||135||1||0|
|7/1998||W - 44-14||16-21||277||1||0|
|1/1999||W - 36-35||21-32||341||3||1|
|10/1999||W - 24-14||12-25||103||0||0|
|6/2000||W - 23-14||19-31||230||1||1|
|15/2000||W - 35-3||16-26||229||3||0|
|10/2001||W - 20-7||16-25||172||1||1|
|17/2001||L - 21-23||11-18||173||1||0|
|8/2002||W - 30-24||16-27||215||3||0|
|6/2005||L - 23-31||26-41||259||0||2|