Bengals Depth Chart

Bengals OL depth chart predictions after 2022 NFL Draft

From left: Offensive tackle La'el Collins (71), offensive guard Hakeem Adeniji, offensive tackle D'Ante Smith, offensive tackle Devin Cochran (77) and offensive guard Alex Cappa (66) walk to the next drill during practice, Tuesday, May 17, 2022, at the Paul Brown Stadium practice fields in Cincinnati.Cincinnati Bengals Practice May 17 0102
From left: Offensive tackle La'el Collins (71), offensive guard Hakeem Adeniji, offensive tackle D'Ante Smith, offensive tackle Devin Cochran (77) and offensive guard Alex Cappa (66) walk to the next drill during practice, Tuesday, May 17, 2022, at the Paul Brown Stadium practice fields in Cincinnati.Cincinnati Bengals Practice May 17 0102 /
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Starting RT: La’el Collins

Backup: Isaiah Prince

The final big move the Bengals made on their offensive line was scooping up La’el Collins, who was a cap casualty in Dallas. Collins’ career has been marred by injuries and inconsistencies but fans are hoping that he can step in and be the difference-maker that this offensive line needs.

There’s only one option behind Collins and it’s Isaiah Prince, who stepped in when Riley Reiff went down last year and didn’t play well. Having Prince behind Collins isn’t ideal but maybe if Collins were to get injured or have to miss time, D’Ante Smith could step in if need be.

Fred Johnson is no longer with the team, however, and Reiff was not re-signed. That leaves just Collins and Prince to man the right tackle spot.

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What do you the Bengals’ offensive line depth chart will look like in 2022?

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