After a wild two weeks of free agent visits to Cincinnati, the Bengals have finally signed someone, though it isn’t the big name that James Harrison or Karlos Dansby carries, but should be a solid signing nonetheless. Tony Pauline of NFL Draft Insider reports an agreement has been reached between the Bengals and free agent offensive lineman Mike Pollack:
The 6’4″, 300-lb lineman tarted 41 games for the Colts from 2008-2011, most of which came at right guard.
In 2012, Pollack was signed as an unrestricted free agent by the Carolina Panthers, and played in the season opener before he suffered a right shoulder injury in practice and was inactive for the next three games before being placed on injured reserve.
In 2011, he played in 15 games with eight starts for the Indianapolis Colts, while starting five games at right guard and three at left guard.
In 2010, he played in 16 games with 13 starts at right guard for Indianapolis.
In college, Pollack played in 46 games with 36 starts at Arizona State. He started 31 consecutive games at center to finish his career.