Bengals OL Andrew Whitworth will return to left tackle in 2014.
This was always the expectation after the Bengals lost Anthony Collins to the Bucs. Whitworth was a beast after shifting to left guard last Week 13, but hardly struggled on the blindside before the move. Now 32, Whitworth is signed through 2015.
Free agent G/T Bruce Campbell visited the Giants on Thursday.
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The visit comes the same day that Campbell's Redskins deal fell apart due to a failed physical. The former Al Davis special would be a pure depth signing for a team that's rebuilding its offensive line.
USA Today reports Aqib Talib's "six,-year, $57 million contract" could end up as a one-year, $12 million deal.
Only $11.5 million of the deal is truly guaranteed. Another $500,000 is available for 2014 through per-game roster bonuses. Talib's 2015 and 2016 salaries are guaranteed for "injury only," meaning that, barring a career-ending injury, the Broncos could theoretically move on next offseason. Doing so would incur a $4 million cap hit. It's unlikely to happen, but as is often the case, deals are trumped up in the early days of free agency.