While Stacy Andrews was dealing with off-season rehab, it was argued that the Bengals could offer the right tackle a low-ball offer in order to keep him while he was to played with a one-year prove you're fully recovered contract.
However, the Philadelphia Eagles jacked that all up. PFT reports, again, via a league source, that the Eagles signed signed Andrews to a "multi-year deal averaging $7 million per season."
The deal, writes Mike Florio, is Andrews passing a physical. Philadelphia has been mentioned as interested with Andrews, dating back to last year when the Bengals gave him the Franchise Tag, and a bunch of money, further proving that the players the Bengals franchise does have any value in return. Hopefully Shayne Graham breaks that trend.
Now that Andrews is officially gone, the Bengals are left with likely starters being Levi Jones and Anthony Collins as of right now. Of course, there's the draft to consider, but that's still two months away.