Ex-Eagles QB With 'Big-Time Arm' Joins Bengals Following Joe Burrow's Injuries


Former Eagles QB Reid Sinnett signs with the Cincinnati Bengals after Joe Burrow's calf strain injury, adding depth during training camp. 

Sinnett, 26, has never played an NFL game but served as Eagles' backup QB in the 2021 season behind Jalen Hurts 

He was also on the active roster of the Miami Dolphins during the 2020 and 2021 seasons. 

Sinnett joined the NFL as an undrafted free agent for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020. 

Known for his "big-time arm," Sinnett showcased potential during the Eagles' 2022 preseason with two passing touchdowns.  

Despite his preseason success, he was released by the Eagles after completing 52.1% of passes and averaging 5.3 passing yards per attempt.  

Interestingly, Sinnett has played at the Bengals' stadium before as an opponent, throwing the game-winning touchdown during a preseason matchup in 2021.  

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