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Nate Livings Signs Five-Year Deal With The Dallas Cowboys

According to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter, the Dallas Cowboys have agreed to terms with former offensive guard Nate Livings after visiting the team on Thursday. The five-year deal is worth $19 million with $6.2 million guaranteed. And despite losing another free agent, and despite the fact Cincinnati hasn't signed a free agent on the market since Tuesday, I can't possibly express the joy I feel right now.

Shouts of joy now reverberate throughout Cincinnati. Sailors kiss nurses in Fountain Square, confetti falls from the sky and all of Zion does a freaky half-naked dance under busted water pipes. Cars honk as a show of beautiful bliss passes through each molecule that constitutes our carbon-based units.

That being said Livings is the fourth Bengals free agent to leave Cincinnati for new a new team, following Jonathan Fanene (New England), Mike McGlynn (Indianapolis), and Frostee Rucker (Cleveland). Reggie Nelson is currently visiting with the New York Jets, but if he leaves there without a contract, one has to assume his return to Cincinnati improves due to the overall lack of reported interest in the safety.