With Recent Signings, Cincinnati Bengals Stay Succssful in Free Agency

April 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Antonio Bryant will be seen by the national media as the top acquisition for the Cincinnati Bengals during free agency. Fans of the defending AFC North champions realize two more signings were far more important for the upcoming 2010 season: the re-signing of offensive guard Bobbie Williams and center Ryan Cook.
After finishing 2008 with the 30th-ranked overall offensive line, Cincinnati bounced back last season to contain one of the top 10 units in the NFL with the help of Williams and Cook.
They played a major role in the Bengals' running backs setting a franchise record with eight 100-yard performances and look to continue that same success for the upcoming 2010 season.
Last week, Williams reached a two-year agreement with the Bengals to bring him back for his seventh season in Cincinnati. He hasn't missed a start in three seasons, and played a key role in the drastically improved offensive line last season.
Williams joined the Bengals in 2004 after a four-year s...

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