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According to Mike Garafolo of USA Today, the Cincinnati Bengals are kicking the tires on former Pittsburgh Steelers free agent James Harrison and will meet with thefree agent linebacker on Thursday.
The Bengals are in search of help at the linebacker position and Harrison would give them a solid pass rusher and some nasty attitude. Harrison had brief talks with the Steelers before they decided to go in another direction.
Harrison turned down a pay cut from the Steelers and is now seeking a deal. Garafolo writes:
‘Harrison was to meet with the Baltimore Ravens recently and was in Baltimore but did not meet with the team because the Ravens reached an agreement with Elvis Dumervil instead.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported late last month the Steelers told Harrison they're not interested in having him back. The team cut him after attempts to work out a pay cut from his scheduled salary of $6.57 million failed.’
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Former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison worked out for the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday and by all accounts, he impressed the coaches.
According to Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com, Harrison could stay in the AFC North and get the chance to go up against his old team twice a year. Rosenthal writes:
‘James Harrison might wind up staying in the AFC North, but not with...
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The Bengals have announced that the release of cornerback Jason Allen, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
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According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, contract talks between the Cincinnati Bengals and free agent linebacker James Harrison could heat up this weekend.
There’s high level of mutual interest between #Bengals & James Harrison. Contract talks could ramp up this weekend when 2 sides speak again
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 12, 2013
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The Cincinnati Bengals have signed offensive guard Mike Pollak, who was an unrestricted free agent.
Pollak is a sixth-year veteran out of Arizona State, and has played in 59 NFL games, with 41 starts. Pollak entered the NFL in 2008 as a second-round draft choice of the Indianapolis Colts. He signed as an unrestricted free agent with the Carolina Panthers last season.
According to NFL.com, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reported on Thursday night that the Cincinnati Bengals liked what they heard from James Harrison. An immediate signing isn’t exepcted right now.
Asked if Harrison could help, a Bengalssource replied, “We think so. Really good attitude, really good personality.”
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Former Bengal and free agent running back Bernard Scott is visiting with the Raiders Wednesday and is also expected to meet with the Bengals later this week, according to Mike Garafolo of the USA Today.
Scott is expected to participate in drills that are designed to show reveal how his surgically repaired knee is progressing.
With the loss of Mike Goodson to the Jets via free agency...
Veteran free agent linebacker James Harrison has received little interest on the street. Harrison, soon to be 35, was released by the Pittsbugh Steelers early in the free agency period after a restructured deal between the two sides could not be worked out. Harrison’s agent made it known that the linebacker would be open to a return to the Steelers now, but head coach Mike Tomlin...