After trading Cordy Glenn to the Cincinnati Bengals last week, the Buffalo Bills are looking for reinforcements along the offensive line. 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.
Both Russell Bodine and Marshall Newhouse will trek to Buffalo, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports. Newhouse, who was released by the Oakland Raiders this month, started 14 games at right tackle in Oakland a year ago.
The Bengals' starting center for four seasons, Bodine agreed to a two-year deal worth $5 million.
According to analytics website Pro Football Focus, Newhouse allowed 38 quarterback pressures last season, the most among Oakland's offensive line starters.
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The Buffalo Bills continue to search for depth along the offensive line.
The Cincinnati Bengals have been surprisingly busy this last week between trades and signings in the free agency period. At the moment, Dion Dawkins is the Bills' starting left tackle, but the right tackle situation is far from settled.
Most of the best free-agent offensive linemen have already signed new deals.
Bodine has started every single game for the Bengals since entering the league in 2014.