Found June 04, 2012 on PPR Fantasy Football:
Despite many opportunities, the Cincinnati Bengals didn’t bother drafting a linebacker during the 2012 NFL Draft. They took a flier on undrafted free agent Vontaze Burfict, but they also traded Keith Rivers to the New York Giants and showed limited (if any) interest in re-signing longtime reserve Brandon Johnson. They haven’t even showed much interest at available linebackers through free agency. What that means is that only four linebackers on the roster have started an NFL game. Because the Bengals usually carry six or seven linebackers, the remaining crew of hopefuls appears to be fighting for two or three spots. With jams at defensive tackle and cornerback, the Bengals may even choose to only take six. Dontay Moch, Vincent Rey, Roddrick Muckelroy, Vontaze Burfict, and then Micah Johnson, Emmanuel Lamur, and Grant Hunter. Pick two. Dontay Moch didn’t see the field at all in his rookie year, but I think he’ll be a breakout player in the 2012 season and possibly emerge as ...
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