The Bengals met with one of the top quarterback prospects in the upcoming draft class.
A top-five prospect in this year’s NFL Draft has an upcoming visit with the Cincinnati Bengals. Could he slip to pick No. 9?
Visits and Workouts
Visits and work outs hosted by the Cincinnati Bengals for free agents and draft prospects.
The NFL Draft's top wide receiver prospect is set to meet with a number of teams for pre-draft visits. Marvin Lewis and the Cincinnati Bengals are one of the team's looking to have a sit-down with the talented incoming rookie.
Although free agency started on Wednesday, the Cincinnati Bengals kept doing their due diligence with the draft and had representatives at two more Pro Days this week.
Left guard Clint Boling is expected to backup Marshall Newhouse at right tackle. If that happens, backup Mike Pollak will step in at left guard. The Bengals also signed Jamon Meredith this week and worked out former Saints tackle Charles Brown.
Ducasse beat out third-round rookie Brian Winters during training camp last season (because Winters was dealing with an ankle injury), but was eventually benched due to penalties and pass protection issues. He was benched for Winters.
The Cincinnati Bengals are exploring their options in free agency to help replenish a depleted defensive tackle position.
Cincinnati Bengals safety Chris Crocker, who has experience as a nickel cornerback, is "believed to be" heading to Cincinnati for a workout on Tuesday.
The Cincinnati Bengals are still looking for a linebacker through free agency, but they're not expected to make any changes before Pittsburgh.
The Cincinnati Bengals hosted a handful of linebackers, including the previously reported Michael Boley.