Breaking: The Cincinnati Bengals have made yet another spectacular addition….

Cincinnati — League sources tell All Bengals that Vonn Bell, a safety, will be rejoining the Bengals. The veteran will

be signed by Cincinnati to a one-year contract.

Bell, a safety, was formally cut by the Panthers on Wednesday. Cincinnati was willing to get back together in the

hopes of bolstering a youthful secondary with seasoned leadership.

Panthers to release Vonn Bell - NBC Sports

Bell played for Cincinnati for three seasons (2020–22), where he was a key player in the team’s trips to the AFC

Championship Games and Super Bowl LVI. He can potentially assist Dax Hill, Jordan Battle Tycen Anderson, and

recently signed safety Geno Stone because he is familiar with the system and has the confidence of defensive

coordinator Lou Anarumo.

Bell signed a three-year deal with the Panthers during the previous offseason, but after just one season in Carolina,

he is now a free agent.

In 13 games the previous season, the 29-year-old recorded 69 tackles and one interception. During his three years

with the Bengals, he started 48 regular season games (16 per season), totaling 288 tackles and five interceptions.

Although the agreement hasn’t been sealed, all indications suggest that Bell will sign it and rejoin Sam Hubbard,

Trey Hendrickson, and the Bengals defense, which is looking to bounce back after a dismal 2023 campaign.

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