The Bengals re-signed ORG Bobbie Williams on Monday. Terms were not disclosed.
Williams, 33, has been Cincinnati's starter at right guard for the last six seasons, and he has started 95 games, including both of the Bengals' postseason appearances, in that span. The 6-4, 345-pound Williams played his first four seasons with Philadelphia.
"Every coach would love to have more players on his team like Bobbie," Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis said in a team-issued statement. "It is invaluable to have somebody you can count on to be on the field every day at practice and on Sundays, and giving you great effort and production. It is no secret why he is one of the most respected guys in our locker room, and it is key for us to have signed him back."
Said Williams, according to the club: "We are coming off a division championship and there's no place in the NFL I'd rather be."
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