Bengals bring back free-agent OL Quinton Spain

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The Cincinnati Bengals brought back offensive guard Quinton Spain on a one-year deal on Tuesday.

Spain signed with the team last October after being a shocking cut in Buffalo despite an extension and ended up appearing in nine games. He graded out over the entire season at a 56.7 at PFF, allowing one sack over 720 snaps.

As of right now, Spain chalks in as the veteran starter at left guard but doesn’t prohibit the team from making further moves along the offensive line.

The move comes on the heels of the Bengals upgrading the offensive line with free agent Riley Reiff. The team didn’t take long to announce the release of Bobby Hart after that signing went official.

Otherwise, the Bengals did reportedly put in an offer on free-agent wideout Kenny Golladay. Despite speculation, another report said the Bengals hadn’t reached out to free-agent guard Trai Turner.

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