Former Michigan player, Nick Eubanks, signed a deal with the Cincinnati Bengals on Tuesday. The terms of the deal have not been disclosed, but he will be vying for a chance to make an NFL roster.
Eubanks got picked up by the Dallas Cowboys as an undrafted free agent after he wasn’t selected in the 2021 NFL draft. Eubanks was then released from the Cowboys in August.
The one-year player never saw any game action in the NFL during his first season, but he bounced around from two different practice squads last season. He played on the practice squad with the Philadelphia Eagles and the Detriot Lions.
As of now, Eubanks is looking to fight off Thaddeus Moss — the son of the legendary receiver Randy Moss — and Mitch Wilcox for a chance to make the opening day roster for the Bengals.
Eubanks ended his Michigan career with 45 catches, 578 yards, and six touchdowns.
You can see below the official announcement from the Cincinnati Bengals Twitter account.