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The Cincinnati Bengals failed to reach an agreement with franchise tagged defensive end Michael Johnson as Monday3 p.m. deadline passed, so they moved over to his teammate, DE Carlos Dunlap, and got a deal done with him instead, reports ProFootballTalk.com.
According to a source with knowledge of the contract, it's a 5-year deal worth $40 million.
Per PFT: ' Dunlap, due to earn a base salary of $630,000 in 2013, will instead earn $18.7 million between now and 2014 training camp, and $20 million total over the next two seasons. Not bad for a guy with two career starts. Then again, he has 10 times as many career sacks, in three NFL seasons. Last year, Dunlap registered 9.5 sacks. '
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According to ProFootballTalk.com, the Cincinnati Bengals have signed defensive end Carlos Dunalp to a six-year, $40 million extension.
Bengals give the long-term money that would have gone to DE Michael Johnson to DE Carlos Dunlap instead. Story coming at PFT.
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) July 15, 2013
Specifically, Bengals sign DE Carlos Dunlap to six-year deal with...
The Cincinnati Bengals have announced that they’ve sign first round pick, tight end Tyler Eifert.
The 10th and final #Bengals draft pick is in the fold as first-round TE @EiferTy85 has signed on the dotted line. #WhoDey
— Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals) July 15, 2013
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The Cincinnati Bengals tied up one of their own today, signing left end Carlos Dunlap to a six-year, $40 million deal despite having already franchised Michael Johnson for the 2013 season.
Dunlap, who had a season that was affected by injuries in 2012, has enormous upside and has the potential to be a key cog to their defensive line for years to come.
The move all but guarantees...
Carlos Dunlap has quietly become a force for the Bengals after entering the NFL on bad terms coming out of Florida.
Today the Bengals rewarded his stellar play with a six-year $40 million extension according to Pro Football Talk. The Bengals had failed to get defensive end Michael Johnson signed to a long term deal, but Dunlap jumped at a new deal.
Dunlap will earn $18.7 million...
Even though the Bengals failed to sign defensive end Michael Johnson to a long term deal, they made sure to secure Carlos Dunlap.
Dunlap, who has silently become a force for the Bengals defensive was reward today with a six-year $40 million extension.
Dunlap will earn $18.7 million between now and the 2014 training camp, and then a total of $20 million over the following two seasons...
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While everyone was watching to see if the Cincinnati Bengals would sign Michael Johnson to a long-term contract before the franchise-tag deadline, the team was working on an extension with another defensive end.
The Bengals agreed to a six-year deal with Carlos Dunlap that's worth $40 million plus another $4.5 million in escalators, a source told FOX Sports. The deal includes...
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