NFL free agency is now a month old, and the top players have been off the market for some time.
But there are still some quality players waiting to be signed. SB Nation's Danny Kelly went though the best ones left on offense, and there are several guys the Bengals have either shown interest in, or may look to eventually.
Adding another tight end should be something Cincinnati does before the NFL Draft, and former Cardinal Rob Housler visited Friday. If no deal is reached there, the next best option might be the Seahawks' Zach Miller.
On the other hand, you have Zach Miller, who runs like he's underwater, but is one of the strongest blocking tight ends in the NFL. He was released by the Seahawks with the designation "failed physical" so there's some concern over his surgically repaired foot, but if he gets a clean bill of health, some team is going to get a solid veteran that can help them in the pass protection and run-blocking games.
That's exactly what the Bengals need in their No. 2 tight end: A strong blocker who can occasionally catch a few passes. Miller has 328 career catches for 3,804 yards (11.6 avg) and 20 touchdowns. Other than bringing Jermaine Gresham back, there's no other bargain tight ends out there after Housler and Miller.
At wide receiver, Denarius Moore might be the best cheap option left. He happened to visit Cincinnati this week, but if he isn't signed, another bargain receiver still out there is Greg Jennings.
Jennings did not live up to his five-year, $47.5 million dollar deal with the Vikings and was a cap casualty this offseason. That does not mean the 31-year old former Packer cannot play. He's still a veteran route runner that can make big catches in big moments, and even with a rookie quarterback at the helm in 2014, he caught 59 passes for 742 yards and six touchdowns.