Sulfsted retires

12:15 p.m.

Homegrown product Alex Sulfsted has informed the Bengals he plans to retire. The loss of the guard-tackle drops the roster to 85 players, two over the limit for training camp next month.

Sulfsted, 27, who played at Mariemont High School in suburban Cincinnati and Miami of Ohio, ended up playing in four games with his hometown team, all last year. The Chiefs drafted him in the sixth round of the 2001 draft and he played 14 games with the 2002 Redskins, but he signed with the Bengals five times.

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