The Bengals had one of the NFL's best offensive lines in 2015. Is Cincinnati's line deep and versatile enough to perhaps carry fewer linemen in 2016 than it has in past years?
We typically see anywhere between 3-6 guys with experience at multiple offensive line positions make the Bengals' final roster, which bodes well for undrafted rookie Trip Thurman.
Alex Redmond is an intriguing prospect with some off-field question marks, and he's facing some stiff odds of cracking the Bengals 53-man roster as a rookie. He still has NFL potential if given...
The Bengals will once again look to Russell Bodine to be their starting center this coming season. After him, there's not much depth with just one true center in T.J. Johnson currently on the roster.
The Bengals have signed four undrafted free agents who were trying out for the team during this weekend's rookie minicamp. They are Jon Brown, Gionni Paul, Trip Thurman and Corey Tindal.
Thurman started six times at left guard, five at right guard and three at center in 2015. That alone is reason enough for the Bengals to invite him to Cincinnati for a tryout.