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Trey Hopkins, better known as “Mr. Hopkins,” in the Southwest Ohio Prep math and science classes he served as a sub a few months ago, has a knack for coming off the bench in the same role when the Bengals offensive line gets in a jam.
Nearly two years after being selected 10th overall, John Ross is still struggling to find his way in the NFL. So, the Bengals may need to take another speedy receiver in this year’s draft. Let’s look at three possible Ross replacements.
With NFL free agency winding down, the Cincinnati Bengals are likely done making moves for new players.
With the AAF closed, the Bengals might want to look at the following players.
Assuming the Cincinnati Bengals stand pat with their first-round pick at No. 11, the team needs to acquire a game-changing talent. Of course, they do. We all know this. The team doesn’t have enough blue-chip players to contend for a championship. The Zac Taylor Era really starts with this player.
Eddie Lacy is trying to get back into the NFL. Lacy, the running back who was named Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2013, had a workout with the Ravens today, a league source tells PFT.
In this mock, four quarterbacks go inside the top 15, and the first corner isn’t drafted until pick No. 20
Veteran safety Morgan Burnett, who was recently released by the Steelers, is set to sign a two-year contract with the Cleveland Browns, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports.
Not the fastest CB draft class, but it’ll include a number of early NFL contributors
The effort to preserve the drama of the first night of the draft continues. Adam Schefter of ESPN, one of the two Disney-owned networks that will be televising the draft, reports that Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen will be present for the start of the team’s offseason program on Monday.