Another domino fell in the Cincinnati Bengals roster makeover Wednesday afternoon with the release of John Miller.
The five-year veteran was signed last year to help shore up an offensive line that struggled mightily in 2018, but he failed to have much of an impact.
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Miller started 13 games at right guard, and the unit ranked 26th in adjusted line yards and 21st in pass protection according to FoootballOutsiders.com.
Earlier in the day, the Bengals released defensive back B.W. Webb, another 2019 acquisition who had a forgettable season in stripes as Cincinnati went 2-14.
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