Aug. 11 (UPI) — Former Inexperienced Bay Packers and Detroit Lions defensive lineman Mike Daniels has agreed to a short-term contract with the Cincinnati Bengals.

League sources advised ESPN and NFL Media on Tuesday that Daniels agreed to a one-year deal price up to $2.7 million with the Bengals. The crew has but to affirm the settlement, which is pending a bodily.

The Bengals are including Daniels to present depth on their defensive position. Ryan Glasgow was waived lower than two weeks in the past after a failed bodily, and Josh Tupou opted out of the 2020 season due to coronavirus considerations.

Additionally Tuesday, the Bengals introduced they launched defensive sort out Tyler Clark, a rookie out of the College of Georgia. He signed with the membership as an undrafted free agent April 28.

The Packers chosen Daniels within the fourth spherical of the 2012 NFL Draft out of Iowa. He spent his first seven seasons in Inexperienced Bay earlier than signing with the Lions as a free agent in July 2019.

Daniels, 31, had an injury-plagued 2019 marketing campaign with the Lions. Accidents to his foot and arm restricted him to 9 video games (two begins) with the crew. He recorded 10 complete tackles and one sack in his lone season in Detroit.

Daniels, a Pro Bowl choice in 2017, was listed on the NFL High 100 checklist from 2016-18 with the Packers. He has notched 235 complete tackles, 30 sacks, two compelled fumbles, three fumble recoveries and one interception in 111 profession video games.