NFL Free Agency: Options The Bengals Should Explore

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Oct 23, 2016; Cincinnati, OH, USA; The Cincinnati Bengals take the field against the Cleveland Browns at Paul Brown Stadium. The Bengals won 31-17. Mandatory Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 23, 2016; Cincinnati, OH, USA; The Cincinnati Bengals take the field against the Cleveland Browns at Paul Brown Stadium. The Bengals won 31-17. Mandatory Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports /
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NFL Free Agency: Options The Bengals Should Explore
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 Alshon Jeffrey, WR

Just think for a minute. Jeffrey on the left, Green on the Right, Tyler Boyd in the slot, and Tyler Eifert at the end of the line of scrimmage. Touchdown city. Deep ball central. This would be fun to watch. Although this is unlikely, It would be fun to see the Bengals make a move to sign a guy of Jeffrey’s caliber.

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The big wideout will turn 26 years old this year and has been productive, to say the least, in Chicago with Jay Cutler as his quarterback. The 5th year receiver out of the University of South Carolina has recorded 26 touchdowns in his short career. It would be nice to have someone other than AJ Green and Eifert for opposing defenses to game plan for. We can dream.

Vincent Jackson, WR

An older veteran, Vincent Jackson is probably entering his last few productive years in the NFL. Jackson has only recorded 5 touchdown receptions in the previous 3 seasons. The 33-year-old needs a change of scenery. Mike Evans has taken over as the stud receiver at Tampa Bay. I think that Jackson would benefit in moving up north to The Queen City and helping a team needing veteran wide receivers and experience. As a 1,000 yard receiver for 6 years of his NFL career, That production would definitely help the Bengals offense in 2017. This option is not that farfetched to think about.

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