The man is headed from the NFC East to the AFC North. 


​The Cincinnati Bengals are reportedly signing former New York Giants defensive end Kerry Wynn to a one-year deal.

Wynn was first connected to the Bengals on Thursday when it was reported that he was visiting with the management in Cincy.


Now, the two sides have wasted no time in reaching a deal. 

​​Wynn spent the past five seasons with the ​Giants, and registered 4.5 sacks in 63 games played. He also started in 15 games for the Big Blue. Alongside his defense, he was a very solid ​special teams player, tied for second on the team with eight special team tackles in 2018. 


Last season, Wynn appeared in 14 games for the Giants and started for five of them. In those games, he recorded 39 tackles, 1.5 sacks and two fumbles.