Bengali agrees to deal with Kappa, Crow

Cincinnati Bengals agreed on a deal with a pair of aggressive linemen on Monday and went right to free agents for their areas of greatest need.

Trading knowledge confirmed to the Associated Press that Bengals had reached an agreement with Tampa Bay Buccaneers guard Alex Cappa and the former New England Patriots’ aggressive linemanted crows.

The deal cannot be officially signed until Wednesday, so sources said on condition of anonymity.

The 27-year-old Kappa, who defended Tom Brady and allowed only one bag to Bacchus last season, agreed to a four-year $ 40 million deal. Cappa won the Super Bowl Ring in Buccane in 2021.

28-year-old Karras has agreed to a three-year deal of $ 18 million. A 6-year veteran allowed 3 bags last season.

The Bengals were one of the worst pass protection units in the NFL and were stripped naked in the playoffs. Cincinnati allowed a record nine bags in a playoff game with the Tennessee Titans, and at the Super Bowl, the Los Angeles Rams set a record seven times against Joe Burrow, beating Bengal.


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