CINCINNATI (AP) - The Bengals made another move to keep their playoff team intact, agreeing to a new contract on Friday with offensive tackle Dennis Roland.
Cincinnati has signed eight of its players from last season who were eligible for unrestricted free agency.
Roland, a sixth-year player, has played in each of the Bengals' last 67 games, including first-round playoff losses to Houston each of the last two seasons. He often lines up as an extra tight end in running formations, providing another blocker.

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