Bill Barnwell writes:
"The ideal landing spot for Jackson, though, is one that hasn’t really been discussed yet. The Cincinnati Bengals have $27 million in cap space, a yawning hole at wideout across from star A.J. Green, and a quarterback whose future comes due this year. Marvin Lewis even has personal ties to the Jackson family, having grown up with Jackson’s mother and coached college ball in the same area where Jackson went to high school. Cincinnati also has plenty of experience acquiring players with distressed backgrounds and turning them into successes, notably with Adam Jones and Vontaze Burfict. I don’t think that Jackson will end up in Cincinnati, but given the current climate? It’s the best fit for him right now."
Of course, he may not be as well-informed as Josh Kirkendall in terms of the new approach by Bengals management.