Tight end CJ Uzomah to leave Cincinnati Bengals

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Reports: Tight end CJ Uzomah to leave Cincinnati Bengals

Tight end CJ Uzomah will be leaving the Cincinnati Bengals, reports state. According to a report from Adam Schefter, an ESPN senior NFL insider, Uzomah intends to sign a three-year, $24 million deal with the New York Jets. Uzomah played college football at Auburn University and was drafted by the Bengals in 2015. The tight end quickly became a fan-favorite during the Bengals’ run in the Super Bowl. Uzomah made headlines when he took his leg brace off and threw it at the Bengals logo in the middle of the field ahead of the Super Bowl, indicating he was ready to play after rehabilitating from a left knee injury. You can watch that video in the video player above. He was also a man of the people. When the Bengals returned home from their Super Bowl trip, they were greeted by fans. Uzomah exited the bus, came out to the crowd of people and high-fived fans. Fans chanted “CJ” at him and “we love you.” Uzomah quote tweeted WLWT’s video of him high-fiving fans and said “Love this city.” This news comes the same day the Cincinnati Reds announced they are trading their all-star outfielder Jesse Winker and infielder Eugenio Suarez to the Seattle Mariners. In return, the team is getting pitcher Justin Dunn, prospect Brandon Williamson, outfielder Jake Fraley and a player that will be named later.

Tight end CJ Uzomah will be leaving the Cincinnati Bengals, reports state.

According to a report from Adam Schefter, an ESPN senior NFL insider, Uzomah intends to sign a three-year, $24 million deal with the New York Jets.

Uzomah played college football at Auburn University and was drafted by the Bengals in 2015.

The tight end quickly became a fan-favorite during the Bengals’ run in the Super Bowl.

Uzomah made headlines when he took his leg brace off and threw it at the Bengals logo in the middle of the field ahead of the Super Bowl, indicating he was ready to play after rehabilitating from a left knee injury. You can watch that video in the video player above.

He was also a man of the people. When the Bengals returned home from their Super Bowl trip, they were greeted by fans. Uzomah exited the bus, came out to the crowd of people and high-fived fans. Fans chanted “CJ” at him and “we love you.” Uzomah quote tweeted WLWT’s video of him high-fiving fans and said “Love this city.”

This news comes the same day the Cincinnati Reds announced they are trading their all-star outfielder Jesse Winker and infielder Eugenio Suarez to the Seattle Mariners. In return, the team is getting pitcher Justin Dunn, prospect Brandon Williamson, outfielder Jake Fraley and a player that will be named later.

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