Posts Tagged ‘kyle cook’

Bengals release center Kyle Cook

Apparently, we weren’t the only ones who thought center was the weakest link on the offensive line. The Cincinnati Bengals, today, announced that they had released center Kyle Cook. The six-year veteran has spent his entire career in Cincinnati and saved us from the disaster that was Eric Ghiaciuc at center. Cook started 68 games […]

Bengals and Center Kyle Cook Agree on Four-Year Extension

The Bengals have announced that center Kyle Cook has agreed to a four-year contract extension. The extension is worth $14 million and includes $5 million in guarantees. The 28-year-old Cook was scheduled to earn $1.835 million under a “second round” restricted free agent tender in 2011. Originally signed by the Vikings as an undrafted free […]

Tuesday Rumblings

-The Bengals returned to practice today after Sunday’s win versus the Broncos amidst talk that they are contemplating releasing big free agent WR Antonio Bryant with an injury settlement.  The Gab reported the news earlier today, and we’re supposed to get additional details from ESPN and NFL Network tonight.  If true, it could mean that […]

A look at the O-line

As the offseason activity dies down and we roll towards the promise of football again under the summer sun, let us look to the future! Bengals Gab will be looking at each of the individual position groups on the team over the next several days, providing readers with a grade on each and a primer […]

Cook Signs Tender

Bengals.com and the Cincinnati Enquirer have both reported that C Kyle Cook has signed his one-year tender offer from the Bengals.  Cook was a restricted free agent. The signing allows the 2009 Bengals Gab Anthony Munoz Award Winner to participate in off-season work-outs and prepare for the OTA’s with his teammates.  Cook was in our […]