3 under-the-radar Bengals who could make the 53-man roster in 2022

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1. Ben Brown

Arguably the most talked-about UDFA that the Bengals brought in this offseason was offensive lineman, Ben Brown. A big reason why this guy is a popular name amongst fans is the versatility that he could provide if he does indeed make the team.

Brown spent his college career at Ole Miss and played both guard and center during his time with the Rebels. He has a pretty good shot at making the roster because of his experience at both of those positions.

As we know by now, the Bengals went to work in revamping their offensive line this offseason, signing fellow versatile offensive lineman Ted Karras to play center, Alex Cappa to play right guard, and La’el Collins to play right tackle.

Brown’s likely path is as a third-string option on the depth chart and he could step into either guard spot or the center position if injuries were to pile up.

Out of all of the UDFAs and “under-the-radar” names on the roster, Ben Brown is the one with the best shot of making the team.

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