The Cincinnati Bengals have struck another free agent deal with one of their own.
According to NFL reporter Aaron Wilson, the Bengals have re-signed defensive back Michael Thomas. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
The 32-year-old Thomas joined the Bengals for the 2021 season and appeared in eight regular-season games and four playoff games, He made 18 tackles while primarily playing on special teams.
Thomas may not be someone who logs a lot of defensive snaps, but he is someone the Bengals feel makes a positive impact on one of the three phases of football.
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