CINCINNATI, April 3 (UPI) -- The Cincinnati Bengals Monday re-signed unrestricted free agent safety Greg Myers, who lost his starting job last season, to a two-year contract and also announced they re-signed restricted free agent wide receiver James Hundon to a one-year contract.
Myers, 27, started the first four games at free safety in 1999 before being unseated by rookie Cory Hall.
He recorded 37 tackles with an interception, a fumble recovery, a forced fumble and five passes defensed. In his four years with the Bengals, Myers has played in 58 games with 34 starts. He finished second on the team with 82 tackles in 1997.
Hundon, who turns 29 next week, was limited to just six games last season due to a bruised kidney and severely sprained toe and caught only one pass for five yards. He has 28 catches for 416 yards and four touchdowns in his three-year career.