Bengals finally agree for signing again their former key star on blockbuster for 2024 draft….

Bengals player Vonn Bell reappears.


Bengals Sign Vonn Bell (5-11, 205), a ninth-year player out of Ohio State University, originally was a second-round draft pick of the New Orleans Saints in 2016. He spent four seasons with the Saints (2016-19) and three seasons with the Bengals (’20-22), before playing for the Carolina Panthers in 2023. He has played in 122 regular-season games (106 starts) and has 691 tackles, 9.5 sacks, seven INTs, 37 PDs, 15 FFs and 11 FRs.

Reports: Bengals Grab Reliability In Agreement With WR Trenton Irwin
Irwin, 28, is coming off a career-high 25 catches and 316 yards. His one touchdown came off a 32-yard throw from quarterback Joe Burrow on third-and-seven when Irwin got a step lined up outside on Texans cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. in a game wide receiver Tee Higgins missed.

Bengals Re-Sign Tanner Hudson

Hudson, a fifth-year player out of Southern Arkansas University, originally was a college free agent signee of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2018. He spent time with the Buccaneers (2018-20), San Francisco (’21) and N.Y. Giants (’22), before joining the Bengals’ practice squad late in the ’22 season. He played in 12 games for Cincinnati in 2023 (one start) and caught 39 passes for 352 yards and one TD.

Zack Moss Adds To His Riveting Story As Bengals Backfield Opens New Chapter
Zack Moss had another reminder of just how far he’s come in one of those inspirational, almost made-for-TV lives when he walked into Paycor Stadium Thursday for the first time as a Bengals running back and saw Chad Johnson.

Zack Moss could be a win-win for Bengals
The Cincinnati Bengals moved on from running back Joe Mixon, a seven-year starter who amassed some of the biggest numbers in franchise history — third in total rushing yards (6,412) and second in career rushing touchdowns (49).

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