He'll likely compete with Ryan Groy for Buffalo's starting center job in training camp.
Both Russell Bodine and Marshall Newhouse will trek to Buffalo, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports. Newhouse, who was a college teammate of current Bills defensive end Jerry Hughes at TCU, has started 70 of the 100 career games he's played in.
Bodine, meanwhile, spent his entire four-year career with the Bengals before joining the Bills.
The Cincinnati Bengals have been surprisingly busy this last week between trades and signings in the free agency period. In fact, his 64-game start streak is the second-longest in the league among centers with only Dallas' Travis Frederick having a longer stretch (80 games). Counting Cincinnati's two playoff contests in that span, Bodine has started 66 straight contests since being selected in the 2014 fourth round out of North Carolina. Most of his experience has come at right tackle, where the Bills have Jordan Mills as their returning starter. Pro Football Focus did not review either's 2017 work as positive. The same was was true at center after Eric Wood announced in January he was retiring due to a lingering neck injury.
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