Defensive lineman Chris Baker has been to plenty of places throughout his NFL career.
After being cut by the Buccaneers earlier this offseason, it appears as if Baker will add another team to his resume.
Baker played with the Redskins for five seasons, the years in which he truly came into his own in the league. Rightfully coined 'Big Swaggy,' Baker was a fan favorite in Washington, recording 97 tackles and 11.5 sacks during his time at the nation's capital.
In Cincinnati, Baker will serve as a role player, providing depth to a talented yet diminishing defensive line of Carlos Dunlap, Michael Johnson, and Geno Atkins.
The Bengals were likely able to get him relatively cheap as well. After signing a three-year, $15.75 million contract last offseason, the veteran linemen underperformed greatly, accumulating just half a sack all year.
While Redskins fans would have liked to see Big Swaggy in Washington next season, all signs point toward Baker donning the orange and black in 2018.