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.