As Jason points out (via the Mothership), the Cincinnati Bengals have agreed to terms with offensive lineman Reggie Stephens on Tuesday. Stephens, listed on Bengals.com as a center, is likely going to be used as a versatile backup interior linemen (what that means for Jonathan Luigs, who knows).
Drafted as the team's ninth player taken by the Bengals in the seventh round -- 228nd player taken overall -- Stephens becomes the fourth drafted player that the Bengals have come to terms with, with Dezmon Briscoe, Otis Hudson and Geno Atkins in the bag.
The contract will likely include a base salary of $1.79 million and a signing bonus around $100,000.
For the Bengals draft pick signings, go here for a quick summary.