Cincinnati Bengals sign veteran safety Kavon Frazier
The Cincinnati Bengals have added more depth to their defensive backfield.
Cincinnati signed veteran safety Kavon Frazier to a one-year deal, a source told The Enquirer.
The Bengals later announced the deal.
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Frazier joins a safety group in Cincinnati that includes Jessie Bates, Vonn Bell, Ricardo Allen, Brandon Wilson and Trayvon Henderson.
The 6-foot, 220-pound safety is entering his sixth season in the NFL. He spent his first four seasons in Dallas with the Cowboys before joining the Dolphins last year.
The 2016 sixth-round pick has produced 73 tackles, one pass deflection, one forced fumble and one sack in 59 career games. He’s also seen plenty of action on special teams.
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Frazier’s primarily served as a backup free safety and special teams contributor in Dallas and in Miami. He’ll most likely have the same role in Cincinnati.
The sixth-year safety is the second defensive player the Bengals have signed this week. Cincinnati signed linebacker Joe Bachie off waivers on Wednesday.