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Cincinnati Bengals to Release John Miller

The Cincinnati Bengals are releasing starting guard John Miller according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Miller, 26, was a former third-round pick by the Buffalo Bills. He played four seasons for the Bills before joining the Bengals. Last year with Cincinnati he started 13 games and he has started 60 games in his career.

Cincinnati’s offensive line struggled last season and now they will be without Miller and Cordy Glenn, who they cut last week. Rookie Jonah Williams will return from injury, but the Bengals will look too add more to their offensive line in free agency and the 2020 NFL Draft.

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