Domata Peko

Cincinnati Bengals #94 -

  • Born: 11/27/84
  • Age: 29
  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 322

Breaking down Domata Peko's two-year extension

Prior to his extension, Peko was scheduled to earn $4.125 million in 2014 with a $4.325 million cap hit. Nearly $2.9 million of his 2014 base salary been shifted to a $4.4 million roster bonus (all of it guaranteed), which increases his 2014 cap.

Bengals announce Domata Peko extension

The Bengals are keeping Peko for two extra years, which makes his current contract a three-year deal.

Hayes conducts workout for DT Caraun Reid

If Cincinnati were to draft Reid, it would be indicative of their declining confidence in players like Devon Still and/or Brandon Thompson, neither of whom adequately offered much of a pass rush after Geno Atkins suffered a season-ending ACL injury.

Talking extensions w/ Peko, Burfict, Green, Dalton

It's not difficult to comprehend that Cincinnati is initiating contract extensions with several players entering the final year of their respective contracts.

Time to Re-Negotiatate with Hall and Peko

With big contracts expiring after '14 (Dalton, Green, Burfict, etc.), the Bengals need to free up some cap space. With high cap numbers and concerns with injuries and production, Hall and Peko are prime candidates for contract re-structuring

Pauline stands by source on Carlos Dunlap story

A story surfaced last week that the Bengals could release Carlos Dunlap to free room on the salary cap to re-sign others.

Hue Jackson wants a fullback

Jackson is promising a physical offense that applies a more efficient running game, leading the belief that Cincinnati will acquire a fullback at some point during the offseason.

Mock Draft 2014: Bengals grab FSU DT Jernigan

Keeping with the theme of mock drafts this week, Sports Illustrated offers a change of pace at defensive tackle.

Domata Peko had a great week

The veteran defensive tackle welcomed his third child to the world this week and then had a sandwich named after him. That's a damn good week.

Peko on Bruschi: He needs to start watching games

Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Domata Peko watched ESPN analyst Tedy Bruschi claim that the Bengals won't win the division. Peko took exception.

Defensive stand during the two minute warning

The Cincinnati Bengals are receiving a lot of attention or their goalline stand early in the second quarter. But another defensive effort later in the quarter was just as important.

Domata Peko just wants to hit somebody

Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle and short-yardage fullback Domata Peko made up for the false start that nearly cost Cincinnati a touchdown.

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