The Cincinnati Bengals lost another one, thought it may be one that many wanted gone. According to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Caplan, the New York Giants have signed offensive tackle Marshall Newhouse to a two-year deal on Tuesday.
Giants agreed to terms on a 2-year deal with RT Marshall Newhouse, per source.— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) March 10, 2015
Newhouse, who was one of Cincinnati's first free agent signings in 2014, struggled this past year, to say the least. When Andre Smith suffered an ankle injury midway through the season, Newhouse replaced him as the team's starting right tackle -- and nearly got Andy Dalton killed against the Cleveland Browns.
Smith briefly returned but then suffered a torn triceps against the Houston Texans. Newhouse replaced him monetarily before the team moved Clint Boling to right tackle before signing Eric Winston -- who started the final three games of the season. Winston reportedly re-signed with the Bengals on Tuesday.