Friday, April 27, 2012
Bengals pass on WR, take DT Devon Still
By Jamison Hensley
The Cincinnati Bengals added some youthful depth on the defensive line, taking Penn State's Devon Still in the second round.
Some projected last season's Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year to go late in the first round. But Still slid to the Bengals at No. 53 because he's extremely inconsistent.
I thought the more pressing need for the Bengals was wide receiver. Cincinnati could have chosen LSU wideout Rueben Randle.
The Bengals have quality starters on the interior with Geno Atkins and Domata Peko. Cincinnati lost some depth at defensive tackle when Jonathan Fanene signed with the New England Patriots in free agency.