Since free agency officially began on March 11, the Cincinnati Bengals have yet to make a deal with a player outside of the organization. That all changed Friday when the team agreed to a deal with offensive tackle Marshall Newhouse.
Newhouse spent the past four season in Green Bay with the packers as a backup lineman. The fifth-round pick in 2010 did appear in all but one game in his past three seasons and even started in two contests.
"Marshall has played a lot of football for Green Bay. He'll be a quality addition to our line," Bengals offensive line coach Paul Alexander said. "He's played left tackle and right tackle and has experience in big games."
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