The Cincinnati Bengals recently made a handful of roster moves after their playoff exit, extending a handful of names on reserve/future contracts.
Notably, offensive tackle Isaiah Prince wasn’t one of those.
Price didn’t need long to find a new home though, landing with the Devneer Broncos on a reserve/future contract there.
A sixth-round pick out of Ohio State in 2019, the Bengals claimed him later that year on waivers and he wound up starting four games and the playoffs in 2021.
But Price was placed on the practice squad last November after a stint on injured reserve. Once activated, despite injuries to both starting offensive tackles, Hakeem Adeniji took over the job at right tackle and Jackson Carman on the left.
Offensive tackle is once again a position the Bengals could be looking at addressing this offseason, be it free agency or even as high as the first round.