Injuries have forced the Bengals to adjust in the secondary throughout the season.
The Bengals have the makings of solid CB depth, but as the preseason began, injuries had taken their toll on the position.
The Bengals placed CB Dre Kirkpatrick, who suffered a leg injury before camp, on the active/non-football injury list.
Losing CB Johnathan Joseph was a big blow, but the Bengals believe they've addressed the issue by signing Nate Clements.
CB Nate Clements, who was released by the 49ers on Thursday, has agreed to a contract with the Bengals.
The 49ers may cut CB Nate Clements to clear cap space and to go after Nnamdi Asomugha, but it is not certain.
With both of the Niners' starting cornerbacks conspicuous by their absences so far this offseason and rookie Taylor Mays a nonfactor thus far, team insiders believe the current state of the secondary is cause for real concern.
While team insiders consider Justin Smith’s high-priced deal “a bargain” after a strong season in which they believe he further established himself as the leader of one of the league’s strongest 3-4 defensive fronts, it would appear to ...