These old former high draft pick veterans seem to find a home in Cincy these days...
The Bengals continued their run of signing former first-round picks, agreeing to a one-year deal with Cowboys free agent cornerback Terence Newman, according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Newman becomes the sixth former first-round pick signed by the Bengals in free agency this year, joining cornerbacks Adam Jones and Jason Allen, safety Reggie Nelson, defensive lineman Jamaal Anderson and defensive end Derrick Harvey.
Given that the Bengals have two first-round picks in this year's draft (Nos. 17 and 21), they could go into the season with 15 of them on their 53-man roster. That's 28 percent of the team. Cincinnati could trim that number down if the team ends up trading linebacker Keith Rivers to the New York Giants.