Reports: Bengals, S Geno Stone agree to two-year contract

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Former Ravens safety Geno Stone agreed to a two-year, $15 million contract with the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday, according to multiple reports.

Stone was second in the NFL with seven interceptions last season and Baltimore general manager Eric DeCosta labeled him the “best seventh-round pick we’ve ever had” when discussing his free agency at the NFL Scouting Combine.

Primarily a backup and special teams player for the Ravens, Stone stepped into a regular role when Marcus Williams missed time with a pectoral injury.

Stone turns 25 in April and played 51 games in four seasons with Baltimore, recording 127 tackles, eight interceptions and one forced fumble.