Who Dey Dish: Terrance Knighton a possibility in free agency?

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Aug 13, 2015; Cleveland, OH, USA; Washington Redskins defensive tackle Terrance Knighton (98) in a preseason NFL football game against the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports
Aug 13, 2015; Cleveland, OH, USA; Washington Redskins defensive tackle Terrance Knighton (98) in a preseason NFL football game against the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports /
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Terrance Knighton is one of the best free agent nose tackles available, and he would be a perfect fit in Cincinnati.

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 second Who Dey Dish for Saturday, February 27 (you’re welcome).

Bengals should consider signing Terrance Knighton in free agency (Cincy Jungle)

"Free agency is right around the corner, and plenty of exciting players are available on the market. I’ve already outlined my dream offseason, in which the Bengals don’t spend a ton in free agency, but there’s always a chance for surprise–especially considering the Bengals’ big cap carryover from 2015.One free agent who could make perfect sense for a surprise signing is former Redskins nose tackle, Terrance Knighton. PFF’s Ben Stockwell initially made the suggestion, citing that the pairing of Knighton and Geno Atkins “could elevate the Bengals’ defense to another level.”"

Cody Whitehair among biggest losers from Friday’s combine workouts (Cincy Jungle)

"Cody Whitehair has been the consensus top interior lineman prospect, projected as a first-round selection in virtually every mock draft. He may have the tape, quickness and core strength of a top offensive lineman, but Whitehair may have hurt his draft stock with a terrible performance in the bench press. Only one offensive lineman managed fewer than Whitehair’s 16 reps on the bench press. There hasn’t been a guard drafted in the first round since at least 2010 who managed less than 20 reps on the bench, and it seems unlikely a team has ever drafted a guard in the first round who has managed so few bench reps. Whitehair’s short arms and mediocre 3-cone drill don’t help his case either. I don’t anticipate any teams drafting Whitehair before the second round, and his disappointing combine could have every reason to do with him falling out of the first round."

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