According to Aaron Wilson, the Cincinnati Bengals have come to terms with their fourth-round pick, Georgia guard Clint Boling. The contract is a four-year deal worth $2.5 million with a $448,000 bonus.
Bengals sign fourth-round guard Clint Boling to $2.52 million deal that includes a $448,000 bonus.
Boling, selected 101st overall, is generally expected to start his NFL career as a backup offensive guard behind Bobbie Williams and Nate Livings. There is a possibility that Boling could start during the regular season opener against the Cleveland Browns. But that will greatly depend on the Bengals faith in Nate Livings; and if Livings plays to his typical performances, then Boling would be a prime replacement.
As of this posting wide receiver A.J. Green (first round), safety Robert Sands (fifth round), wide receiver Ryan Whalen (sixth round) and cornerback Korey Lindsey (seventh round) have signed contracts. Five down, three to go.