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The Cincinnati Bengals are making moves in NFL free agency to protect their franchise quarterback Joe Burrow.
On Sunday, the Bengals announced they signed former Dallas Cowboys offensive tackle La’el Collins to a three-year contract that lasts through the 2024 season.
In a text message on Sunday, Burrow asked Collins if it was a “done deal,” which prompted a straightforward response from the lineman, who is now tasked with keeping his new QB safe.
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“I was like, ‘Yeah, your new bodyguard is in town,'” Collins said in a video statement released by the team. “Nobody is touching you.”
Cincinnati, which made its first Super Bowl appearance in more than three decades in February, has already signed…
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