The Cincinnati Bengals were quick to make the first signing of the legal tampering period. Although Tom Brady returned to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, stand-out guard Alex Cappa has chosen to move to Cincinnati instead, likely making Joe Burrow a very happy man.

According to Adam Schefter, Alex Cappa signed a four-year deal worth $4o million. He now becomes the starting guard for the Bengals, which was a huge need for this team heading into the offseason. That exact position cost Cincinnati the Super Bowl after Quentin Spain stood no chance at stopping Aaron Donald on the final play of the game.

This is not an ideal situation for the Buccaneers, however, as they must find Cappa's replacement as soon as possible. Aaron Stinnie will have a chance to compete for the starting role and could be a great option for Brady. Meanwhile, Joe Burrow finally has some help upfront for the first time in his early career.

We should expect to see the Bengals make more splash moves to improve the offensive line. That was the clear weakness on this roster and fixing the issue could help Cincinnati make another Super Bowl appearance. It will be a long journey, but fans should be excited about their team heading into the new season.

Keep an eye on the Bengals as they have a chance to make some noise in the NFL free agency. With Joe Burrow under center, Cincinnati will have a chance to compete for a title next year. Now that they have Alex Cappa, this franchise aims for a championship.