Cincinnati Bengals 2017 NFL Free Agency
Everything to know about the Cincinnati Bengals in 2017 NFL Free Agency. The Bengals have 15 players set to become free agents including Andrew Whitworth, Kevin Zeitler, Dre Kirkpatrick, Rex Burkhead, Brandon LaFell, and Karlos Dansby.
There are a number of safeties and offensive lineman who could help to strengthen the Bengals’ roster.
A look at some of the top backers waiting to find new NFL homes.
The Bengals are banking on Andre Smith stepping into the vacant right guard position, which could be exactly what he needs to prove he is still worthy of a starting job in the NFL.
Rex Burkhead flashed his potential as a starting-caliber running back in Week 17 of the 2016 season against the Ravens. But, the team who ended up signing him in free agency was supposedly interested long before that.
Free agency was rough, but, the Bengals had a solid draft. Still, ESPN doesn’t seem to be thrilled by Cincinnati’s offseason.
Former Bengals linebacker Dan Skuta was cut by the Jacksonville Jaguars on Tuesday. The move saves Jacksonville $4.1 million with no dead money.
With free agency in full swing, I thought it would be fun to compose a list of the top 10 free agents signed during the Marvin Lewis era.
The Bengals are paying their backup center very nicely.
The enigmatic Bengals owner appears to be giving a troubled player another chance, while the team is also linked to a prospect with legal issues. It’s a stance that resonates through the locker room.
Taking Gordon’s history in college and the NFL into account, is he talented enough for the Cincinnati Bengals to give him a shot on the roster if and when the NFL reinstates him?
We’re live and have draft expert Joe Goodberry with us this week to talk about next month’s festivities. Send us your questions for us to answer on the air!
A couple of weeks ago, Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap seemed to question the team’s free agency plan publicly through Twitter. It appears that he and Marvin Lewis have talked things out and are moving on.
Cincinnati wants a big return for AJ McCarron if he’s dealt, and it may be bigger if a division rival is involved.
The Bengals are making a lot of non-Bengals moves lately. If the team plays its cards right, it could signal a culture change while the roster itself is improving.
The NFL is now a little less than one month into the free agency period for the 2017 season, meperiod mostly everyone who has still yet to sign is going to see a reduced market value. The Bengals could take advantage of it by targeting these key players.
A long-standing veteran getting cut and the possibility of the Bengals adding a high profile linebacker in the draft have brought questions to the linebacker position group. What does the addition of Kevin Minter and parting ways with Rey Maualuga mean for the Bengals in the coming months?
When you think about it, Peerman and Gilberry have a lot in common, including that they were both re-signed by the Bengals in the past few days.
Who, among the Bengals’ incoming or returning 2017 free agents, was the best signing for the team? Cast your vote and sound off!
I think we know the answer to this one...
It’s a case of he said, she said... Or he said, he said, more accurately.
The Bengals are meeting with a former Purdue wide receiver, who has been known to make big plays on a regular basis. He’s currently not projected to be drafted in April.
This week’s show was more listener-centric than most as we answered a lot of fan questions. We also examined the recent signing of Kevin Minter and took another look at Adam Jones’ recent legal developments.
The Bengals are now paying four linebackers more than $3 million each for the 2017 season.
The Bengals have lost some of their best leaders in this rough offseason. Without the charismatic and vocal Whitworth, the Bengals are passing the torch to the next generation of team leaders.
The veteran special teams ace and backup running back is staying in Cincy.