Bengals sign former Bills guard John Miller to 3-year deal

CINCINNATI — The Bengals signed guard John Miller to a three-year deal Friday, their first free-agent move to bolster the offensive line.

Miller spent the last four seasons with Buffalo, which made him a third-round pick in 2015 out of Louisville. He started 47 games for the Bills.

Miller's signing gives the Bengals two linemen acquired from the Bills. They traded with the Bills for left tackle Cordy Glenn last year.

The offensive line is one of Cincinnati's biggest areas for improvement in the offseason. They gave right tackle Bobby Hart a three-year deal to stay in Cincinnati earlier in the week.

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