4 offensive linemen the Bengals can sign after Hakeem Adeniji injury

Leigh Oleszczak
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Bengals Offensive Line Options – No. 2: Nick Easton

Adeniji might be a tackle but no one would deny that guard needs the most attention. Nick Easton not only brings experience at guard but he’s a versatile lineman having played both guard and center.

Easton, who went undrafted out of Harvard in 2016, has played for the Vikings and Saints during his career and last played right guard for New Orleans last year. He was cut for financial reasons and is someone the Bengals should absolutley be looking at.

The Bengals actually brought Easton in for a visit back in March but they didn’t agree to a deal during that time.

The fact that there has been previous interest for both sides could be promising as far as the Bengals inking Easton to a deal. If he were to sign with the team, they could slide him in either of the guard spots or he could even play center if Trey Hopkins isn’t healthy and Billy Price continues to disappoint.

Easton would be a great late-offseason depth piece to add to the Bengals roster.

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