The Cincinnati Bengals are entering what looks to be another promising season. It could be these three Bengals’ last year in the Queen City.
This offseason was an impressive one for the Cincinnati Bengals and they didn’t lose too many key players. That might not be the case this offseason and there are three players who will for sure likely be on their way out.
Whether these guys are wanting a new opportunity outside of Cincinnati or the end of their time as a member of the Bengals has finally arrived, here are three members of the stripes who are likely entering their final year in the Queen City.
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3. Kevin Huber
For the entirety of his 13-year NFL career, Kevin Huber has never worn a non-Bengals uniform. It was a bit surprising that the long-time punter returned for a 14th season considering the team has been stashing Dru Chrisman on the practice squad and it feels like he’ll be the successor to Huber.
Huber hails from Cincinnati and that’s why he’s been such an important player for the organization during his long career. Perhaps he returned for a 14th season and the team allowed it because he wants to get a Super Bowl ring and they want that for him as well or maybe they want to give Chrisman one more year before turning things over to him.
Whatever the reason might be, Kevin Huber probably won’t be punting for the stripes past the 2022 season.