MIKE POLLAK RUMORS & GOSSIP
When the Cincinnati Bengals re-signed interior lineman Mike Pollak earlier today, versatility and athleticism were definitely on their minds. According to Bengals.com, new offensive coordinator Hue Jackson wants his linemen to be mobile and Pollack has the athleticism to trap and pull at any position he plays along the offensive line.
“He’s a very athletic and productive...
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According the Ian Rapoport’s twitter, the details of Mike Pollak’s new three-year deal with the Cincinnati Bengals are a $5 million as a reserve or $7.5 million as a starter.
Pollak started at center for Nevada State during the 2006-07 seasons and was originally drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft. ...
The Cincinnati Bengals re-signed offensive guard Mike Pollak on Saturday, officially beginning their efforts to stabilize the team's roster through free agency.
A knee injury kept Pollak out for about half the 2013 regular season, putting into doubt his ability to contribute when he returned.
But when he did, his efforts were key in helping keep quarterback Andy Dalton mostly...
Following the strategy that they used last year, the Bengals officially announced that they have re-signed offensive guard Mike Pollak. Terms of the agreement have not been announced but it is for three years. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported that Pollak would earn $5 million over the life of the deal if he is a reserve or $7.5 million if he becomes a starter.
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.
CINCINNATI -- Mike Pollak came to the Bengals last year looking for a shot to show he can still be a productive offensive lineman. He did just that and now the sides have agreed to continue their relationship for a few more years.
Some final paperwork remains to be signed, sealed and delivered but as Bengals.com first reported on Thursday and then Alex Marvez of Fox Sports 1 later...
While the Bengals re-signing of Mike Pollak isn’t the flashiest of moves, it could prove to be an impactful one. It also goes to show, as Pollak is the only unrestricted free agent on the Bengals whom has yet to be re-signed, that Cincinnati has high hopes for him.
After four solid years in Indianapolis, Pollak’s career became sidetracked due to injuries. In 2011 and 2012, he...
Geoff Hobson reports that the Bengals have re-signed veteran G Mike Pollak.
Alex Marvez of Fox Sports reports that Pollak receives a three-year contract.
Pollak, 29, signed a one-year deal with the Bengals last year and appeared in eight games last season and graded out as an above average guard, according to Pro Football Focus.
Clint Boling suffered an ACL tear last year...
The Cincinnati Bengals have signed offensive guard Mike Pollak, who was an unrestricted free agent.
Pollak is a sixth-year veteran out of Arizona State, and has played in 59 NFL games, with 41 starts. Pollak entered the NFL in 2008 as a second-round draft choice of the Indianapolis Colts. He signed as an unrestricted free agent with the Carolina Panthers last season.
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The Carolina Panthers have signed free agent guard Mike Pollak to a one-year deal.
The team announced the move Thursday.
Pollak played in 58 games, including 41 starts, for the Indianapolis Colts and can help fill the void after left guard Travelle Wharton was released earlier this offseason in a salary cap move.
Pollak, a four-year veteran, provided protection that allowed Peyton...
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March 22, 2012