Found March 08, 2014 on NFL Draft Diamonds:
Today while everyone has been waiting for some type of news the Cincinnati Bengals finally gave us something to type about. @Bengals: We have resigned to OL Mike Pollak This is a very solid depth move for the team.The post Bengals re-signed OL Mike Pollak appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds.
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