The biggest transactions the Bengals will make this offseason have likely been completed after one week of free agency.
After all, Clint Boling has been re-signed and he was the biggest free agent the Bengals had when the signing period opened. Now he's back in the fold for five more years.
There were several other key free agents re-signed or tendered including linebackers Emmanuel Lamur and Rey Maualuga, who will be paid close to a combined $10 million in 2015. Most of that is going towards Maualuga.
Then came the Michael Johnson signing. That was the biggest acquisition Cincinnati will likely make this offseason, including the draft, if he can make close to the impact that he had before departing for Tampa.
We'll likely see some more small additions and subtractions, and probably a contract extension or two. While we wait for that, it's time to assess the Bengals following the first wave of free agency.
Do you approve or disapprove of the job they've done to this point?