In today’s NFL, the parwals have become the new norm.
They are the bread and butter of the NFL draft.
They’re also often the first to go on the trade block, and some teams are even making the move to acquire the plants from their rivals.
For the Bengals, they have an interesting situation with their parwal crop, as they can’t have it.
They were able to sign cornerback Jabar Gaffney to a one-year contract earlier this week, but the Bengals were not able to secure the long-term commitment necessary to keep their player.
While the Bengals could have had a deal with Gaffneys hometown team, the Texans, that would have seen the Texans move on from their parwala trade talks, as the Texans were unable to offer a longer-term deal than one year.
This week, the Bengals also signed linebacker Brandon Harris to a contract extension, which means the Bengals are on the hook for a couple of years.
The deal for Harris is worth around $4.4 million annually.
The Bengals will have to decide on their next plan at linebacker after Harris was released by the Texans.
Harris has been an integral part of Cincinnati’s defense, and while he will be a free agent after the season, the team has not said whether or not they plan on bringing him back.
The other option for the Bengals is to move on to the other side of the coin, which would mean the team could have traded for a defensive lineman with a longer deal than Harris, or even a linebacker who is in the final year of his contract.
It’s a scenario that would likely require a trade, and there is no guarantee that the team would do so.
The Patriots have a similar situation, as linebacker Nate Solder is on the clock.
Solder has been a fixture on the Patriots defense for years now, but he will have only one year left on his deal.
He is due $1.6 million next season, and the Patriots have not indicated if they will extend his deal beyond that.
The final move could be to trade down and draft a linebacker.
The Bengals have three other options in that regard, as defensive end Jordan Willis and running back Jeremy Hill are both on the market, and linebacker Terrell Suggs could be available.
Suggs is a player that is not exactly known for his production, and his production is also declining.
He has a cap hit of $8.7 million next year, and is projected to hit free agency at the end of the year.
The Patriots have also been rumored to be interested in Sugges, and it could be worth trading down for him.
If the Bengals did trade down, they could look at the other two linebackers, as Terrance Brooks and DeAngelo Hall could be considered.
Brooks has struggled with injuries throughout his career, and Hall is also not exactly a household name.
They would both cost around $8 million in salary.