Anthony Collins may be playing himself out of Cincinnati's Price Range

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Dec 8, 2013; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Marvin Jones (82) celebrates with tackle Anthony Collins (73) after catching a pass for a touchdown during the first quarter against the Indianapolis Colts at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

 

The way Anthony Collins is playing right now, it’s hard to see the Cincinnati Bengals being able to re-sign him this offseason. According to Pro Football Focus, Collins has yet to allow a sack or hit this season. His Pass Blocking Efficiency is one of the best for left tackles although he has only played in 526 snaps.

As of now, here are all of the players set to hit free agency:

PLAYER

POS

AGE

2013 CAP HIT

Michael Johnson

DE

26

$11,175,000
Anthony Collins

LT, T

28

$2,125,000
Chris Pressley

FB

27

$1,000,000
Brandon Tate

WR

26

$966,000
Taylor Mays

S

25

$645,000
Brandon Ghee

CB

26

$630,000
Vincent Rey

OLB, LB

26

$630,000
Mike Pollak

G

28

$620,000
Alex Smith

TE

31

$620,000
Andrew Hawkins

WR

27

$555,000
Dane Sanzenbacher

WR

25

$555,000
Chris Crocker

S

33

$457,059
Christo Bilukidi

DT

23

$169,412
Dennis Roland

RT, T

30

$168,235

Withe the Bengals projected have somewhere between $21-25 million in cap money to spend this offseason, it’s going to be hard for the team to re-sign him outside of some players re-negotiating their contracts to free-up cap space next year.

This is assuming unfortunately that defensive end Michael Johnson is gone. He’s playing at a level that will likely land him a contract likely bigger than the six-year, $40 million deal Carlos Dunlap inked this summer.

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