Cincinnati Bengals free agency preview: What will it take to get a playoff win?
FEB 26, 11:55a ET | Ross Jones
Rotowire: Apr 1 / 11:45a ET
News: The Bengals have re-signed Tate, the team's official site reports.
Impact: Tate, who recorded 17 catches for 193 yards and one TD in 2014, returns to the Bengals to reprise his role as a depth wideout and returner for the team. He'll continue to work behind the likes of A.J. Green, Mohamed Sanu and Marvin Jones, with ESPN's Coley Harvey suggesting that the team is likely to add further competition at the wideout position in the upcoming NFL Draft.
StatsLLC: Apr 1 / 12:00a ET
News: The Bengals signed receiver and kick returner Brandon Tate to a new deal on Wednesday, adding to their depth at the two spots.
Impact: Tate became an unrestricted free agent when his contract expired last month. He's spent the last four year with Cincinnati and ranks third in franchise history with 127 kickoff returns and 126 punt returns. He averaged 9.7 yards on 18 punt returns and 22.1 yards on 18 kickoff returns last season. He also had 17 receptions for 193 yards and a touchdown. Adam "Pacman" Jones was their primary kickoff and punt returner.