Good News: Just IN Cincinnati Bengals Confirm THE Signing OF Another NFL Top Sensational Star

The NFL Draft is not going to be the Cincinnati Bengals’ method of adding offensive line depth.

The organization and free agent Trent Brown, a right tackle, have reportedly come to terms on a contract.

The news has since been verified by the team.

The Bengals’ offensive line, which is virtually entirely made up of signed free agents, is now complete going into draft season. Now that the Bengals have partnered Brown with left tackle Orlando Brown Jr., who was signed in free agency before to the 2023 season, they also have two of the biggest offensive tackles in the league.

The new right tackle, Brown, is a powerful 6-foot-8 and 370 pounds. The two large former free agents should be able to keep Joe Burrow clean in the pocket and create openings for Chase Brown and Zack Moss.

The San Francisco 49ers selected 30-year-old Brown in the seventh round of the 2015 NFL Draft. When healthy, he started most of the games at right tackle in his third season and all of the games in his second. He only allowed six sacks in those two seasons, and according to PFF, he had an overall pass-blocking grade of 79.2 in 2017.

Brown and the 143rd pick were traded by the Niners prior to the 2018 season in exchange for the 95th overall pick, which they subsequently used to select Tarvarius Moore. With the Patriots offense, Brown switched from right tackle to left tackle. He started every game that season and only allowed three sacks. That season, he contributed to the Patriots’ Super Bowl victory.

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Brown became the highest-paid offensive lineman in the NFL when he signed a four-year contract with the Oakland Raiders the following year as a free agent. He joined then-head coach Jon Gruden’s Raiders, then a circus. For the first time in his career, right tackle Brown of the Raiders was named to the Pro Bowl in 2019.

He struggled to remain healthy with the Raiders for the following few seasons, and in March 2021, the Patriots acquired him back in exchange for a fifth-round pick in the 2022 draft and a seventh-round pick in 2022. In 2022 and 2023, Brown played left tackle for the Patriots after starting the season at right tackle in 2021.

Brown has demonstrated a high level of play while healthy. Von Miller once claimed that Brown was the NFL’s top right tackle and that, despite his stature, he was a mobile player. In ten games during his final season at right tackle (2021), he allowed just one sack. The problem is that he has problems remaining on the field in the past and missed Weeks 2 through 9 of that season due to a calf ailment.

Brown should be a fantastic addition to the Bengals’ offensive line if he can maintain his health.

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