Bengals scouts have made over 300 virtual calls to prospects ahead of the 2021 NFL Draft
As they put the final strands of hay in the barn for next weekend with more than 300 virtual phone calls to prospects, the Bengals are Zooming into the homestretch of the most challenging NFL Draft since the advent of the laptop in the early 1980s.
Bengals second round options at wide receiver in the NFL Draft
If the Bengals select an offensive lineman in the first round, these are the wide receivers they could draft on Day 2.
Bengals draft strategy: Will defensive backs factor into the plans? – The Athletic
Additions in free agency and Jessie Bates' emergence as a star make DB a low priority, but there are plenty of options just in case.
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