Who Dey Dish: Ezekiel Elliott among combine’s biggest winners

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Feb 26, 2016; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes running back Ezekiel Elliott participates in drills during the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
Feb 26, 2016; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes running back Ezekiel Elliott participates in drills during the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports /
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Ezekiel Elliot was fantastic at the combine, and the NFL’s 2016 salary cap has been announced. Check out what’s happening in the NFL below.

Rummaging through the internet to bring you latest news about the Cincinnati Bengals so that you don’t have to do it – this is your Who Dey Dish for Saturday, February 27.

Ezekiel Elliott, among Combine’s biggest winners from first day of workouts (Cincy Jungle)

"The NFL Combine is finally underway. Players are beginning to stand out, in ways both good and bad. For now, I’m going to take a look at five guys who stood out on Friday, improving their draft stock and, potentially, giving themselves a chance to be selected earlier in the draft and earn a more lucrative rookie contract."

Wonderlic Test: What is it and can you pass? (Cincy Jungle)

"The NFL Combine is underway, and things are already getting interesting. Jared Goff has been criticized for having small hands, several players have been scrutinized for refusing to participate in certain drills and plenty of others will likely endure a fair amount of warranted and unwarranted criticism–perhaps from their results on the notorious Wonderlic test."

NFL Salary Cap set at $155.27 million, per reports (Cincy Jungle)

"The Bengals are coming off a great season and they hope to build off of it and make a deeper postseason run next year, but to make that happen, they need to re-sign most, if not all of their key free agents.With the NFL Scouting Combine now here, it won’t be long until they’ll be making some hard decisions regarding next year’s roster.  As of now, Cincinnati is set to have double-digit starters hit free agency in March unless their contracts are extended between now and then.The good news is, the NFL salary cap is going to be bigger than it’s ever been in the coming season. That may help the Bengals be able to re-sign their own players, but then again, it may also help another team try to overpay for Cincy’s free agents.Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network and Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk are hearing that the salary cap for next year is going to be $155.27 million."

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