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NFL Roster Cuts: Bengals Waive Offensive Lineman Otis Hudson

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We have to give Joe Reedy a ton of credit. While the Bengals are waiting to officially release their 2010 53-man roster at around 6 p.m., Reedy is hard at work learning which players are staying and going. That's no easy task. So while some of you may have your opinions about Reedy, know that the man is pumping information out there for us, to give to you and everyone else.

That being said, Reedy tweets that the Bengals 2010 fifth round draft pick, Otis Hudson has been waived. Hudson, later known as the matador, is being groomed as the team's eventual right guard replacement when Bobbie Williams either hangs 'em up, or moves on after his current contract expires -- at least for now. Even though he's being released, he's likely signing with the team's practice squad.

With news earlier that Reggie Stephens was making the roster, the only question was whether the Bengals would go with nine or ten linemen with Hudson being the tenth. We had nine linemen making the roster in our roster prediction with Andrew Whitworth, Anthony Collins, Andre Smith, Dennis Roland, Bobbie Williams, Nate Livings, Evan Mathis, Kyle Cook and Reggie Stephens.

Basically, unless something totally unexpected happens, your offensive line is now set.