Bengals and DE Rucker agree on a new two-year deal

The Cincy Enquirer breaks the news today of the Bengals inking DE Frostee Rucker to a new deal:

Frostee Rucker and the Bengals have agreed to a two-year extension that could earn him as much as $3 Million. The fifth-year defensive end was originally a restricted free agent, but the two sides were able to agree to something beyond the one-year tender, which was for $1.176 Million and a third-round pick). ”I’ve been wanting to hang around since a couple years back and didn’t want to go off and try anything new,” Rucker said. “I like being around the community and really pushed for staying a couple more years.”


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