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Are Ogbuehi and Bodine salvageable under Pollack?
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(01-12-2018, 05:31 PM)ochocincos Wrote: It's less about the "size" of the contract and more about taking up a roster spot. If the Bengals re-sign Bodine, they better cut TJ Johnson. And Bodine better not make more than $4 mill a year. If he does, that's being overpaid IMO.

Personally, I keep TJ Johnson at $1.85 mill, let Bodine walk, draft a C, and let the new C and TJ Johnson compete for starter reps.

Completely agree on keeping TJ over Bodine. Need to draft a Center for sure as well early like you said.

But i sure would like to see Westerman atleast get a shot at playing Center a little, add to his versatility anyways.

Couldn't hurt.

(01-12-2018, 05:33 PM)WhoDeyLeisure Wrote: Don't leave Fisher out of this discussion.

I haven't given up on Fisher yet if he has that health scare behind him.

(01-12-2018, 05:36 PM)SunsetBengal Wrote: Actually, that's a pretty good plan.  With all the attention that Westerman and Redmond had received since the last two weeks of the season, I completely forgot about TJ Johnson being a viable competitor at the Center position.

TJ played atleast as good as Bodine the last bit of playtime he got.

I think we pretty much know what we have with Bodine at this point.
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