The Cincinnati Bengals didn't draft an offensive tackle in this year's NFL Draft, but they did get one they were interested in as an undrafted free agent in the form of West Virginia's Curtis Feigt:
The interest didn't last long though, as the Bengals have waived him and activated defensive tackle Devon Still.
The 6-6, 307 pound Feigt was an Honorable All-Big 12 Mention this past season. He seemed to have a great opportunity to earn a spot on the practice squad. That is, before the Bengals brought on veteran players at his spot.
With veterans like Will Svitek and Marshall Newhouse on the roster, the Bengals felt better going forward with them than keeping Feight as a project lineman.
As for Still, this will be his first practice with the Bengals this offseason after missing all of OTAs to be with his daughter, who developed a form of cancer this offseason.