"Domata has been a significant and productive player for our defense for many years now, and we are excited to extend his time here even longer," Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis said. "He is a leader among our veterans and a mentor for our younger players, and securing his future as a Bengal through the next three seasons is another positive step in continuing to improve our team."
Peko, who was drafted in 2006 by Cincinnati, has started at least 16 games in all but two seasons in his career. He has 12.5 career sacks and 398 total tackles.
The 29-year old Michigan State alum has been been said to be both a leader on and off the field. He has started 67 straight games for the Bengals, which is the longest on the team.
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