Found March 30, 2013 on Thacover2:
After tweeting out that he was having a difficult time finding his agent the other day, Terence Newman with the help of his agent I assume has signed a one year deal to remain in Cincinnati. Pro Football Talk is reporting that Newman chose the Bengals over the Raiders in what seemed to be a difficult decision. “After much time and thought, I’m heading back to Cincy. And for those of you who think it was about money, the Raiders offered more,” Newman wrote. “I came in with Mike Zimmer and feel its only right that I leave as him coaching me. Thanks to Raiders Nation for showing me such love.” Newman started 15 games for the Bengals last season and quite productive.  
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