Eric Winston is again in Cincinnati.
NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported that the veteran offensive deal with re-signed with the Bengals on a one-year deal after the workforce launched him in September. The membership later confirmed the signing.
Winston was added to make up for the lack of proper deal with Jake Fisher, who was positioned on the reserve/non-football sickness record Wednesday after leaving Sunday’s loss to the Jaguars with an sickness that landed him within the hospital.
While doubling as president of the NFL Players Association, Winston began six video games for the Bengals over the previous three seasons, a part of a 12-year professional profession that has additionally included stops in Houston, Kansas City and Arizona.
At 33, Winston is a patch for a Bengals workforce that has struggled at each deal with spots. Bookend Cedric Ogbuehi and Fisher rank 65th and 58th, respectively, among the many 78 qualifying gamers at their place, per Pro Football Focus. Veteran Andre Smith lands at No. 53.
Quarterback Andy Dalton has paid the value, taking 24 sacks on the 12 months, which ties him for the sixth most amongst quarterbacks. He’s spent the season on the run for an offense that borders on the unwatchable.
The deal with place stays one to trace for the Bengals, a workforce desperately making an attempt to avoid wasting their season with a victory this weekend in Tennessee.