The Cincinnati Bengals have brought back veteran safety Chris Crocker and cut offensive tackle Dennis Roland.
Crocker was with the Bengals as a starter from 2008 to 2012, starting nine games last season and interception three passes.
He has 139 career NFL games with 107 starts. His prior Bengals contract expired after last season, and today’s signing marks his first NFL activity this season.
Roland played in the first three games of the season on special teams.
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