Cincinnati Bengals: Five Underclassmen on Offense to Watch at the NFL Scouting Combine - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: COMMENTARY | The Cincinnati Bengals have an explosive offense returning in 2014, but they also have an inconsistent and often awful quarterback in Andy Dalton returning. Short of shedding themselves of Dalton, the Bengals will have to continue to build the offense around the erratic Dalton. The NFL Scouting Combine will provide the Bengals with the opportunity to focus on some of the underclassmen who left college early for the NFL draft. Here are five early entry participants in the NFL combine who might find themselves under scrutiny by the Bengals' coaches and scouting staff:
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