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The Cincinnati Bengals signed guard Travelle Wharton to a contract on Saturday.
Terms were not disclosed on the deal, which was initially reported by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Signing Wharton was the first addition for the Bengals during the free agency period. He started at left guard for the Carolina Panthers for the past four seasons.
Wharton may be called to action quickly after former Cincinnati left guard Nate Livings signed a five-year, $19 million deal with the Dallas Cowboys on Friday.
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The Bengals finally put their money where there proverbial mouth is yesterday, jumping into the free agent fray with both feet by bringing in two players at positions of need in guard Travelle Wharton and defensive back Jason Allen. Wharton, Carolina’s 3rd-round pick in the 2004 draft, has been a constant starter for the Panthers at [...]
The Bengals may be just about desperate to get back some of the depth on the defensive line that they lost yesterday. If they are not yet desperate, they probably should be. After losing Frostee Rucker and Jonathan Fanene to Cleveland and New England respectively, signing former Miami Dolphins defensive lineman Kendall Langford should be of the utmost importance to the Bengals. According...
Because linebacker Thomas Davis was willing to give up some money, he got a chance to come back to the Carolina Panthers.
Because left guard Travelle Wharton wouldn't, he went on the market until being signed by Cincinnati.
Running back Michael Bush is slated to visit the Bengals on Monday, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer.
The bruiser would make a solid upgrade at running back for Cincinnati with Cedric Benson likely to exit in free agency, and could form a potent tandem with Bernard Scott. Bush would hold nice appeal as a No. 2 fantasy back, but of course that could change if the...
The Carolina Panthers have been busy preparing for the NFL Draft, already hosting at least three players for pre-draft visits.
The Panthers have reportedly met with defensive tackle Michael Brockers and defensive ends Chandler Jones and Quinton Coples. Both Coples and Brockers are likely 1st rounders, who the Panthers may consider at No. 9.
Are the Panthers targeting Brockers?
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Cincinnati Bengals have re-sign safety Reggie Nelson. Terms of the deal haven’t been disclosed yet.
Re-signing Nelson was a priority for the Bengals after the great season he had in helping the Bengals get back to the playffos. He racked up 85 tackles, 2 sacks, 2 forced fumbles and 4 interceptions.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The Panthers have signed free agent safety Haruki Nakamura to a three-year contract. Carolina general manager Marty Hurney announced the deal Friday but did not release financial terms of the contract. The 25-year-old Nakamura has spent four seasons backing up Ed Reed in Baltimore. He's played in 52 games but never started on defense. He has 47 career...
The Dallas Cowboys signed offensive lineman Nate Livings to a five-year contract.
The deal is worth a reported $19 million, including $6.2 million guaranteed.
Livings, who turned 30 Friday, has started all 32 games in the past two seasons for the Cincinnati Bengals.
The Dallas Cowboys have reached an agreement with former Cincinnati Bengals guard Nate Livings. The deal is a 5 year, $19 million dollar contract which includes $6.2 million guaranteed.