Bucs signed LT Anthony Collins to a five-year, $30 million contract.
The Tampa Bay Times reports free agent LT Anthony Collins will choose between the Bucs, Bengals, and Panthers.
Free agent OT Anthony Collins will visit the Bucs.
The Baltimore Sun reports the Buccaneers are expected to sign free agent OT Anthony Collins "provided that he doesn't re-sign with the Bengals."
The Washington Post reports the Redskins have shown interest in free agent OT Anthony Collins.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Bengals are working on a deal with free agent LT Anthony Collins.
The Bengals are interested in re-signing free agent LT Anthony Collins, but are willing to let him test the market.
The Bengals would like to re-sign free agent OT Anthony Collins.
Bengals re-signed OT Anthony Collins.
Coach Marvin Lewis has cleared OT Anthony Collins of any wrongdoing in the pot bust at Jerome Simpson's house.
The Bengals are 7-2 with an average of 110 rushing yards per game in RT Anthony Collins' nine starts over the past two seasons.
The Bengals started Anthony Collins at RT over Dennis Roland Sunday.
Anthony Collins has been promoted to the Bengals' starting right tackle, passing first-round holdout Andre Smith.
The Bengals plan to use 2008 fourth-round pick Anthony Collins as their backup "swing" tackle this season.