As the Bengals trim their roster late this summer, they are likely going to have some interesting, and tough, decisions.
The Bengals have bolstered their CB ranks but lack proven talent at safety other than Reggie Nelson.
The Bengals have reached an agreement to re-sign UFA FS Reggie Nelson, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Sunday.
Matt Flynn visits Pacific Northwest.
Bengals S Reggie Nelson, who played well when pressed into action a season ago, seems ticketed for a bigger role in 2011.
If nothing else, injuries in the secondary give the Bengals a chance to evaluate some different players, though the circumstances are certainly less than ideal.
Cincinnati acquired S Reggie Nelson from Jacksonville in exchange for CB David Jones and a conditional draft choice in a trade completed Saturday after both teams had gotten down to their 53-man roster limits.
Training camp has come and gone for the Jaguars, and both starting safety jobs remain "wide open," according to head coach Jack Del Rio.
Tampa Bay has threatened to reduce its tender offer to unsigned OLT Donald Penn, but, according to "Whispers," the team doesn't have a suitable replacement for him on its roster.
The back end of the Jaguars' secondary remains a big concern. Darren Sharper's decision to turn down more money from the Jaguars and return to New Orleans, and the team not addressing the safety position in the draft, means ...