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The Cincinnati Bengals continue to fill out their 90-man offseason roster by signing long-snapper Dan Godsil to futures contract, the team announced Monday.

Godsil (6-4, 233), a first-year player out of Indiana University, originally signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as a Authentic Dan Godsil Jersey college free agent on May 10. After being waived by the Bucs, he signed with the Bengals as a free agent on July 25th during training camp. He went on to play in all four preseason games.

Godsil was waived by Cincinnati on final cuts on Aug. 30, and he was not with another team during the 2019 regular season.

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CINCINNATI (WKRC) – This offseason will be an important one for the Bengals as they try to rebuild the roster following a 2-14 finish in 2019, which marked their fourth straight losing season. With the free agency signing period set to begin on March 18, is going to take a daily look at a player on the roster leading up to that date and where they stand contractually heading into the 2020 season and where they may fit on the 2020 roster. We have taken look at offensive players and specialists under contract first then followed by offensive players who will be free agents and now defensive players:

Player: B.W. Webb

Position: Cornerback
NFL Seasons: 6
2019 Recap: Webb played in 15 games and started 12. He had seven passes defended, one interception and 37 total tackles.
Contract Status: He is entering the second year of a three-year contract and is due a base salary in 2020 of $2.5 million and a bonus of $600,000 if he is still on the roster on March 22. There is also $500,000 of prorated signing bonus money applied to the 2020 salary cap.
2020 Roster Projection: He will be in the mix to start or be a top backup if he is on the roster after March 22.
The Skinny: Webb is the epitome of a journeyman and he played like it in 2019. The Bengals were his sixth NFL team in his six NFL seasons. Injuries led to him starting 12 games, and that isn’t a good thing. He is a backup/special teams player at best and the Bengals may have enough depth to lead to them letting Webb go.
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The Bengals today re-signed unrestricted free agent CB Torry McTyer.

Authentic Torry McTyer Jersey, a fourth-year player in 2020, joined the Bengals as a free agent in September last season, and went on to play in five games and record two tackles. He originally was a college free agent signee of Miami in 2017, and was with the Dolphins through the ’19 preseason.

For his career, he has played in 27 games (four starts) and recorded 32 tackles and three passes defensed.

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CINCINNATI (WKRC) – This offseason will be an important one for the Bengals as they try to rebuild the roster following a 2-14 finish in 2019, which marked their fourth straight losing season. With the free agency signing period set to begin on March 18, is going to take a daily look at a player on the roster leading up to that date and where they stand contractually heading into the 2020 season and where they may fit on the 2020 roster. We have taken look at offensive players and specialists under contract first then followed by offensive players who will be free agents and now defensive players:

Player: Trayvon Henderson

Position: Safety
NFL Seasons: 2
2019 Recap: He failed to make the team in training camp, but was signed to the practice squad on Sept. 1, then signed to the 53-man roster on Dec. 7 and played in the final four games, almost exclusively on special teams. He played only four snaps on defense.
Contract Status: He has one year left on his contract and will make a base salary in 2020 of $585,000 if he makes the team.
2020 Roster Projection: He will be in a battle to make the team.
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Player: Tony Brown

Position: Cornerback
NFL Seasons: 2
2019 Recap: He played in nine games for the Green Bay Packers, but played on only 47 snaps on defense, while he took the majority of his snaps on special teams. The Bengals claimed him off waivers on Feb. 3 after he had been waived by the Packers on Dec. 28.
Contract Status: On March 12 he signed a one-year deal worth a base salary of $660,000 in 2020 if he makes the team.
2020 Roster Projection: He will be in a battle to make the team.
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The Bengals today signed CB Tony Brown to a one-year contract extension through the 2020 season.

Authentic Tony Brown Jersey, a third-year player in 2020, was acquired on waivers from the Green Bay Packers on Dec. 30. His contract had been due to expire next week.

Brown signed as a college free agent with the L.A. Chargers out of the University of Alabama in 2018, though he went on to play his first two NFL seasons with the Packers. He played in 20 regular-season games (three starts) for Green Bay and recorded 39 tackles, five passes defensed and two forced fumbles on defense, plus another six tackles and a blocked PAT on special teams.

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Not only have the Bengals revamped their secondary during the last week, but all six of the reported signings in this defensive overhaul have come from playoff teams.

The latest surfaced Wednesday off internet reports they agreed with Saints safety Authentic Vonn Bell Jersey on three years for $18 million as he became the third starting defensive back to join them since free agency opened last week and the sixth new defender. At roughly a total cost of $115 million, the Bengals have attacked decimal points with dollar signs for a defense that gave up a league-leading 6.1 yards per play.

“I guess they said enough is enough and drew a line in the sand and they went and got some guys that can play the game and love the game,” said Bell from his off-season home in Miami, waiting for the Bengals to make it official. “It creates a standard, it creates a culture. Guys that have been there in the atmosphere and they just want to bring the atmosphere to Cincinnati and that’s what we plan to do.”

The Bell move appears to open up the Bengals to more three-safety looks, a scheme they showed on a few occasions last season under new defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo with strong safety Shawn Williams playing the role of the little linebacker.

The 5-11, 205-pound Bell is another strong safety-type who is coming off an NFL-best five fumble recoveries (tying the Bengals total) and another one in the Saints’ playoff loss. It all came during a season when he logged his first NFL interception and first NFL touchdown off a fumble return to go with a career-high 89 tackles.

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Bell just turned 25 in the last month of the season and free safety Jessie Bates III just turned 23 three weeks ago, so they’ve got two safeties that aren’t even 50 years old yet combined but have teamed for 93 games, seven interceptions and eight fumble recoveries. How they deploy with Shawn Williams, their indomitable captain who kept the defense together last season playing 97 percent of the snaps despite a slew of injuries, remains to be seen. Williams, their spiritual leader, can do so many things in the locker room and on the field as a fourth backer and a third safety as well as a special teams captain.

“I just told them to send me the playbook right away. I want to learn the defense as soon as possible,” Bell said.

He and Bengals fans can join the club. There are a lot of ‘Hello My Name’ Is stickers floating around on defense after the most expensive off-season haul in Bengals’ history.

Earlier Wednesday reports had the Bengals adding reserve Titans cornerback Leshaun Sims, a good-sized 6-foot, 203-pounder with 11 starts and two interceptions in his 53 games during four seasons in Nashville. Last season he played 30 percent of the snaps as a third corner, none in the postseason when he played 30 special-teams plays.

A fifth-rounder out of Southern Utah, Sims becomes the fifth new cornerback with pro experience to join the Bengals this offseason. They signed starting outside corner Authentic Trae Waynes Jersey and starting slot corner Mackensie Alexander from the Vikings last week to go along with inking former Packers backup corner Tony Brown and CFL interception leader Winston Rose earlier.

With Waynes hauling in a reported three-year, $42 million deal, that could mean the Bengals are looking to move incumbent starter Dre Kirkpatrick and his $11 million salary cap hit for this season.

Head Coach Zac Taylor (left) and defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo (right)
Lou Anarumo (right), with head coach Zac Taylor, wanted to upgrade every leve of his defense and they did in the first week of free agency, according to reports.
In that scenario, Waynes lines up opposite William Jackson III with Alexander in the slot backed up by Darius Phillips as Sims, Brown, Rose and Tory McTyer grind for roster spots on the new-look corner. Only Jackson and Phillips were in training camp last season.

In Waynes and Alexander they get two solid corners trained in the Mike Zimmer mold and since the Vikings head coach led the Bengals defense for six seasons, those two guys are going to be in a fairly familiar scheme back there. The sense is the Bengals feel like they’ve upgraded the corner position in every category. Yes, tackling and tracking the ball lead the way. Waynes, Alexander and Sims are willing tacklers and Rose’s ball skills made him a CFL all-star.

And here comes Bell, a winner everywhere he’s been. He led his Georgia team to the high school state championship game. He had six tackles and a sack when Ohio State beat Oregon for the national title. He’s been to the playoffs with the Saints consistently, the last two seasons as a starter.

And there are those five fumble recoveries. All the Bengals combined for five last season and just 17 in the last four seasons.

“Turnovers. We spent a lot of time on that in New Orleans,” Bell said. “Punch it, strip it, knock it out. We did the turnover circuity Wednesdays and Thursdays. Trying to score on defense.”

Bell was a star in Columbus before the Saints took him in the 2016 second round and, in fact, his recruiting visit to Ohio State came at Paul Brown Stadium when the Buckeyes played their spring game in the home of the Bengals. He was teammates with Sam Hubbard and Billy Price and becomes the 33rd Buckeye to play for the Bengals.

Here’s what he says he gives the Bengals:

“Give them energy. Give them life. Give them another coach on the field. Give them a leader. A guy that’s been around. A guy that’s played a lot of ball at a young age and he knows how to win and getting a God-fearing man, too. You get all that in one. I can’t wait to get around my teammates.”

Remember what Anarumo said last month at the NFL scouting combine? He was looking to upgrade all three levels and they’ve done more than that.

Along with decimating the secondary, they made Houston’s D.J. Reader the highest-paid nose tackle in the NFL after he helped the Texans win the AFC South as well as adding a starting middle linebacker in Josh Bynes, the guy that settled down the Ravens defense when they secured a bye and won the AFC North going 5-1 in the division.

The Bell report has sounded a culture change on defense.

“You’re going to get a dog that leads the alpha males,” Bell said. “And it’s just time to go.”

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CINCINNATI (WKRC) – The Bengals on Tuesday have reportedly agreed to a contract with Baltimore Ravens free agent linebacker Josh Bynes.

The deal is reportedly for one year, according to reporter Ian Rapoport.

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The 6-foot-1, 235-pound Bynes, who will turn 31 on Aug. 24, played in 12 games last season for the Baltimore Ravens and made seven starts. He had 46 tackles, six of which were for loss, two interceptions, a quarterback sack and four passes defensed.

He was originally an undrafted college free agent signee of the Ravens in 2011 and played for Baltimore through the 2013 season before playing for Detroit from 2014-16 and Arizona in 2017-18.

He has played in 101 games, 47 of which have been starts.

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Akinmoladun (pronounced “AA-kinn-MOO-lah-dune”), a rookie out of the University of Nebraska, was originally a college free agent signee of the N.Y. Giants in May. He spent time on the Giants’ practice squad earlier this season, before being released on Nov. 12 and signing to the Bengals’ practice squad on Nov. 19.

Wren, a fourth-round pick (125th overall) of the Bengals in April’s draft, suffered a hip injury in practice on Dec. 11. He had played in 11 games this season, with two starts, and had eight tackles.

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A guard with 53 career starts, the UCLA product spent the past two seasons with the Dallas Cowboys. He was a second-round pick of the Houston Texans in the 2014 NFL Draft and played 56 games for that franchise. Su’a-Filo started four games last season but saw his season ended by a broken leg. He would seem to be a candidate to replace John Miller at right guard after Miller was released Wednesday morning.

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Are you out of breath? Because we are.

The Cincinnati Bengals have signed eight external free agents since the legal tampering period opened just over eight days ago. Including franchise player Authentic A.J. Green Jersey and restricted free agents such as Brandon Wilson and Josh Tupou, the Bengals have agreed to spend somewhere in the ballpark of $150 million in total over the next handful of years on the players they’ve signed this week.

For any other NFL team, that’s a big amount. For the Bengals, you’d need a cosmic scale to appropriately weigh it.

A lot has changed, and a number of Bengals who watched free agency go down have been affected whether they know it or not. Let’s take a look at who’s a winner and who’s a loser following a historic week in Bengals history.

Joe Burrow: Eh? You like what you see Joe? Cincinnati can throw Benjamins just as easily as they do in South Beach.

Zac Taylor and Lou Anarumo: This is Taylor’s offseason. From the onset of February, you’ve heard rumblings and chatter about being more prepared and organized to tackle the beast of free agency. Bengals fans see better than they hear, and they’ve seen quite a lot. Taylor (and while we’re at it, Duke Tobin) has backed up his words and made his stamp on the Bengals’ hopeful revitalization in his second season.

Taylor leaves the defense to its coordinator in Anarumo, and this free agency has primarily been about revamping that side of the ball. On all three levels, the Bengals’ defense has improved, and Anarumo should have less trouble implementing the scheme he envisions in Cincinnati. After hopefully adding a speedy linebacker in the NFL Draft, things should start clicking sooner rather than later.

Bobby Hart: With legitimate options available on the market, the Bengals kept their word and ignored the offensive tackle position in free agency. A competition with Authentic Fred Johnson Jersey is the reality Hart is facing, and that’s the best he can hope for at this point. Still, he doesn’t have anyone else to worry about unless a tackle happens to fall to the Bengals in the draft.

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Drew Sample: Tyler Eifert’s exodus was an inevitability and a clear display of the team’s willingness to bank on Sample’s development. With the tight end position unlikely to be addressed early in the draft, Sample seems to have secured his spot as the No. 2 tight end in an offense that really only uses one. But hey, that’s better for him than if Eifert returned.

Germaine Pratt: It wasn’t much, but linebacker Josh Bynes is an improvement over Preston Brown, Nick Vigil and the other corpses Pratt was playing next to last season. Pratt figured to be starting next year at middle linebacker regardless of how they addressed the position, but Bynes is a fine stop-gap option to work in tandem with the third-round pick from a year ago.

THE FANS: You. Yes, you! You’re a winner! You watched the Bengals come out from the rock they’ve been living under for the past 25-or-so years. They didn’t fill every one of the billion holes they have, but they managed to set themselves up incredibly nicely for the draft, and maybe, just maybe, restore your faith in them. They just want your money; will you resume giving it to them?

Andy Dalton: It’s a good thing Dalton finished his Bengals career as a winner because he’s been losing this entire offseason. He watched the Chicago Bears trade for Nick Foles, the Indianapolis Colts sign Philip Rivers, and the New England Patriots basically reject the idea of him replacing Tom Brady. There just isn’t a logical trade partner for the 32-year old quarterback anymore. The Jacksonville Jaguars could give up a pick to reunite him with Eifert and offensive coordinator Jay Gruden, but what leverage do the Bengals have left? His release is on the horizon and he’ll have to sign somewhere for significantly less money than what he was scheduled to make this season.

And no, he’s not going to be on this team this year. Don’t fall for those rumors.

Dre Kirkpatrick: Even if Kirkpatrick remains with the team, which seems to be a complete unknown at this moment, he probably watched his starting job go to Trae Waynes. Of course if Kirkpatrick becomes a reserve and proceeds to take home the $9.7 million in cash he’s scheduled to make this year, there’s an argument for him belonging in the winners section of this article. The likelier option is the team re-structuring his deal or just releasing him sometime before the season begins. The status quo has changed for No. 27 either way.

Shawn Williams: Bengals fans rejoiced when free agent safety Vonn Bell agreed to a three-year $18M contract with the club, but this probably doesn’t bode well for one of Cincinnati’s most experienced veterans. Williams and his $4.5M cap hit have either found themselves on the chopping block or as a full-time linebacker. Williams had his worst year as a starter last year when he was almost exclusively a box player, so it’s not like the switch looks good on paper. His future is as uncertain as Kirkpatrick’s.

Joe Mixon: There’s been no change in the Bengals’ plans; they still want to extend Mixon this summer. With the way free agency played out for running backs all over the league, that deal will probably be more manageable for the Bengals and less lucrative for Mixon. He’s entering the pay day window at the worst time for his position, and that’s simply unfortunate.