CINCINNATI (AP) The Bengals signed tight end Kevin Brock to another contract Friday, keeping a player who was an important part of their running game.
Brock was an exclusive rights free agent after playing in 14 regular-season games and a 26-10 playoff loss at Indianapolis. He had six catches for 28 yards and was used as an extra blocker in the run game.
Brock has been under contract...
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CINCINNATI -- The Bengals announced Friday they have re-signed tight end Kevin Brock.
Brock would have been an exclusive rights free agent on March 10. He was a second-year player in 2014 who played in 15 games, including the wild card playoff game at Indianapolis last Sunday, with three starts. The Bengals waived Brock on Aug. 26 but re-signed him on Sept. 16 after tight end Alex...
The Cincinnati Bengals announced Friday that they have re-signed TE Kevin Brock, per Paul Dehner Jr.
Brock, 28, was set to be an exclusive rights free agent in the coming weeks. He originally signed on with the Panthers as an undrafted free agent out of Rutgers back in 2009.
Brock has since played for the Jets, Steelers, Bears, Cowboys, Raiders, Bills, and Chiefs before joining...
The Bengals Tuesday made the following roster and practice squad moves:
*Signed free agent TE Kevin Brock to the roster. Brock (6-5, 264; Rutgers) is a second-year NFL player. He opened 2014 training camp with the Bengals and was waived on Aug. 26. He has six games' NFL experience from previous stints with Buffalo and Kansas City.
*Moved TE Alex Smith from the roster to the Reserve...