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Cincinnati Bengals Waive Offensive Lineman Ben Bojicic


The Cincinnati Bengals announced that offensive lineman Ben Bojicic was waived on Thursday. Cincinnati signed Bojicic, rated as the 21st-best center prospect by ESPN's Scouting Inc. service, as an undrafted free agent hours after the conclusion of the 2012 NFL draft. He was named on the All-MAC third-team and an early mention on the Rimington Award Watch List that recognized the nation's best collegiate center.

Cincinnati currently have 11 offensive lineman on the 90-man roster with Andrew Whitworth, Travelle Wharton, Kyle Cook, Andre Smith and Kevin Zeitler as the projected starters with Clint Boling, Otis Hudson, Anthony Collins, Trevor Robinson, Dennis Roland and Matthew O'Donnell completing the offensive line roster.

According to the roster sheet, the Bengals have 85 players on the roster with five spots remaining before they max out at 90. Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis recently left the door open that there could be more signings down the road, either veteran free agents or undrafted/tryout players.