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The Bengals have announced that the release of cornerback Jason Allen, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
A year ago, Allen had signed a two year contract worth $8.2 million, but with the team re-signing Terence Newman and Adam Jones, Allen most likely wouldn’t have been higher than fifth on the Bengals’ depth chart.
Allen was set to make $3 million for the 2013 season, but was limited playing in just four games last season. In fact, he only played just three defensive snaps this past season.
Still, many expect Allen to find a decent amount of interest on the open market, which happens to be limited in terms of defensive backs.
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The Bengals have released cornerback Jason Allen, who was injured and played in only four games during his one season with Cincinnati.
Allen signed with the Bengals as a free agent after playing six years with Miami and Houston. He missed the preseason and the first two games of the season because of an injured thigh. He played in a 38-31 win over Washington, getting a pair of tackles...
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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.
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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Cincinnati Bengals brought in free agent running back Felix Jones for a try out on Monday.
ICYMI, Cowboys free-agent RB Felix Jones tried out for Bengals on Monday.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 9, 2013
I believe Jones will end up signing with a team at some point. He’s going to need to prove that he can stay healthy.
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.”
It’s likely that the Bengals eventually will sign either...
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...