The Bengals have added another offensive lineman after the draft. The Bengals have signed Clay Cordasco, according to reports.
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Cordasco is a 6’5”, 314 lb offensive lineman from Oregon State. He is a senior who will probably play tackle for the Bengals during training camp.
While he is at a disadvantage being an undrafted free agent, the tackle spot is far from the most competitive on the roster. He will go up against Fred Johnson and Hakeem Adeniji for a backup tackle role, assuming Bobby Hart keeps his job.
The Bengals could also opt to put him on the practice squad at the end of the preseason where they could keep in case of emergency.
He will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of Alex Redmond and Trey Hopkins, who were undrafted offensive linemen who are both several years into their NFL careers.