While the Bengals have placed nearly 15 percent of their roster on one injury list or another, the team also announced the signing of Virginia-Lynchburg defensive tackle LaKendrick Ross. They corresponded the move by releasing wide receiver Alex Neutz, who they signed as a college free agent out of Buffalo.
Ross, who reportedly worked out for the Bengals recently, was one of four players eligible for the 2014 Supplement Draft -- which came and went without even a whisper. Jason wrote more on Ross when reports began surfacing that Cincinnati would sign him.
Matt Conner, with SB Nation and Arrowhead Pride, did a story on Ross earlier this month.
"Lakendrick is the kind of kid that if someone can bring him and has a little time to develop him, with his size and athleticism, he could be an All-Pro down the road," his agent Glen Lansky said. "But it's going to take some time. But he just turned 21, so he's got that time."