As expected, Jeremi Johnson has re-signed with the Bengals, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Johnson was a solid starting fullback before missing the 2008 season with a knee injury. He will have no fantasy impact.
Chad Ocho Cinco, the turf artist formerly known as Chad Johnson, learned last year that his talents lay on the gridiron and not the negotiating table. According to various sources, though, he may still get his long anticipated ticket out of Cincy.
It just never ends for the Cincinnati Bengals. Sources report that CB Leon Hall was arrested and charged with driving under the influence on Sunday in Ohio.
The Bengals have been doing better since their run of 10 player arrests in just 14 short months, but clearly they still find a way to get in the headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Hall was the Bengals first round pick in 2007 and proved to be their top defender last year.
Hall will be back in court on Friday.
It is reported that Tank Johnson has signed a deal with the Cincinnati Bengals. Stay tuned for further details.
The fun has already begun for the Bengals. Chad Johnson was a no show for the start of the Bengals off season conditioning Monday.
The unique thing here is that head coach Marvin Lewis would not confirm the story, but Carson Plamer told the media about the WR's absence.
This should be an interesting situation to watch. Lewis has to be on the hot seat in Cincy, and it's no secret that Johnson wouldn't mind being dealt.