Kevin Huber, Clark Harris sign contracts with Cincinnati Bengals

The Cincinnati Bengals have locked up their punter, Kevin Huber, with a five-year deal, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported, citing sources involved in negotiations. The Bengals later confirmed Huber's signing.

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The deal is worth an average of $2.8 million per year, with $6 million being paid out in the first two years, Rapoport reported.

Huber posted a career-best 42-yard net average per punt last season, downing 33 within the 20-yard line.

Long snapper Clark Harris signed a new contract as well, the Bengals announced.

"Clark and Kevin are key specialists for us, and it's great to have them in the fold before free agency begins," Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said in a statement Friday. "They have played well and are still young guys. They are entering what should be the prime years of their careers."

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