Posted: 3:51 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2013
By Josh Kirkendall
At least it didn't take long.
Former Bengals tight end Richard Quinn, released when the team axed six players on Sunday, signed with the Arizona Cardinals on Tuesday. The Cardinals have become a repository of former Bengals players, starting with quarterback Carson Palmer and defensive end, Frostee Rucker, both of whom joined the team via a trade and free agent signing respectively.
Quinn, who was a game-day in active all season for the Bengals in '12, is the seventh tight end on the Cardinals roster, according to the team's roster. However Rob Housler (ankle) and Jeff King (knee) have been dealing with injury issues.
And according to our sources, Bengals fans still hate Palmer.