Free Agency kicked off today and the Bengals said goodbye to defensive end Michael Johnson who signed a long term deal in Tampa Bay. Also some other signings of note, the Browns have signed Andrew Hawkins to an offer sheet, a 4 year deal worth $12.2 million dollars. Yikes. Tackle Anthony Collins is making his visits with rumors that he could end up in Tampa Bay or possibly Washington with his former offensive coordinator Jay Gruden. On this episode we recapped the day that was around the AFC North.
In this special episode:
We welcome George Vogel to the Who-Dey Weekly podcast. George has been a sports anchor at Cincinnati’s Channel 5 for many years and has seen the Bengals be spenders in free agency, and watched them stand pat. Find out what he thinks about the state of the offensive line.
We also discuss the huge signings the Browns made today. Donte Whitner is now a Brown and potentially so is Andrew Hawkins. Hawk was offered a 4 years $12.2 million deal that the Bengals have 5 days to decide if they’ll match the offer. The Browns just got a really expensive gunner. In 35 games with the Bengals, Hawkins had 995 receiving yards and 4 TD’s.
We hear from Neal Coolong from Behind the Steel Curtain to talk about the Steelers activity on Day 1 of Free agency.
Last but not least we talked the impact Eugene Monroe’s signing will have in Baltimore now that they’ve also shored up Dennis Pitta as well.
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