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  1. Eligible Practice Squad players

    I kind of knew the basic rules, but I had trouble understanding the whole 2 accrued seasons can still get you on the practice squad, yet it said no accrued seasons of more than 6 or 8 games depending on if its your first year or not. Because Nickerson played 14 games in his "only" season, I thought he was not qualified. Then you mentioned players with no more than "2 accured seasons", which changes everything for me. Time to do an update then.
  2. Training Camp is only a few weeks away and I'm in the process of my biggest write up ever on the state of the Bengals entire roster. Before I can release anything though, I need your guys help on something. Which players on this roster are eligible for the practice squad? I know the basic requirements of who "might" be eligible for the practice squad, but I'm not 100 percent sure this list is correct. I just need your guys feedback on what is correct about this list and whats not. Are any of the players I listed not actually qualified for the practice and am I missing any that are eligible? This will "not" include any rookies though, since we already know all rookies qualify for the practice squad. Thank you The List: EDITED - Any Players I underlined were in my update. QB: Jeff Driskel RB's: Tra Carson, Brian Hill, Jarveon Williams WR: Kermit Whitfield, Cody Core, Alex Erickson TE: Mason Schreck, Cethan Carter OT: Kent Perkins, Justin Murray, Javarius Leamon OG: Christian Westerman, Alex Redmond DT: Josh Tupoh, Andrew Billings LB: Brandon Bell, Hardy Nickerson CB: Tony McRae, Sojourn Shelton, Keivarae Russell S: Brandon Wilson K: Johnathan Brown Note: Did not include Mortiz Bohringer because of the new NFL rule that NFL teams can include an extra player on there practice squad if they are part of the NFL International Player Pathway Program, so therefore Bohringer is a lock. Another Note: After this recent update thanks to INBengal, all the 2nd and 3rd year players (as well as some 4th year players) on this team that "didn't hit some accured seasons" would automatically qualify as well, but I will not include any players that I consider to be a roster lock. The following players would include Joe Mixon, Tyler Boyd, John Ross, Josh Malone, CJ Uzomah, Cedric Ogbuehi, Jordan Willis, Ryan Glasgow, Nick Vigil, Carl Lawson, Jordan Evans, Clayton Fejedelem, and William Jackson. Any other players I didn't mention already played too many games, or hit free agency too many times.
  3. Rounds 4-7

    Now this final pick I like Auden Tate. Should of been drafted a long time ago, so maybe he's got a shot at making the team.
  4. Rounds 4-7

    OMG finally another OL player. But nobody I've heard of, so practice squad pick it is.
  5. Rounds 4-7

    A practice squad QB, meh. Chase Litton would of been better.
  6. Rounds 4-7

    Taking one last stab at the player I want them to take (which means they wont take them), so lets go with Taylor Hearn, Matt Gano, and Ryan Izzo
  7. Rounds 4-7

    At this point in the draft, the players you draft are going to be practice squad picks at best right now. Would still prefer an OL player or two. TE, WR, and QB are other picks to look at, but I don't expect any of these players to have good odds to make the roster, regardless of who they draft.
  8. Rounds 4-7

    Ok, now i'm not happy. Another CB? And this isn't even great value. Clearly they don't seem concern whatsoever with the offense.
  9. Rounds 4-7

    Carlson gone now, the best K on the board so forget about that. St Brown is the BPA right now, so this final 5th round pick needs to be an OL player
  10. Rounds 4-7

    Aside from the OL, I'm also very surprised they didn't take any TE's yet. Eifert, Kroft, and Uzomah are all free agents next year and all I heard in the offseason was they wanted to upgrade that position but didn't. I completely understand why they didn't take any WR's seeing as they still are banking on Ross and Malone, but yeah I would of prefered to get another guy.
  11. Rounds 4-7

    I think the rest of the draft the Bengals need to only draft offense players. Maybe a K if they really want, but no more defense players IMO.
  12. Rounds 4-7

    Andrew Brown. Best DT on the board, and a good value pick, so not too upset about this one either. The Bengals don't appear to be eager to address hardly any of there picks on the offensive side of the ball though which worries me a bit.
  13. Rounds 4-7

    Now I have to change my pick to Taylor Hearn here.
  14. Rounds 4-7

    Fumagalli gone now too
  15. Rounds 4-7

    They felt pretty comfortable last year with that OL too, but of course we all know where that went. If Pollack is the real deal in terms of being a good OL coach though, he might be able to salvage what's left of some of these guys.