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|Bengals six seven as inactive |
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
(9/29/13) The Bengals were without three key members of the defensive backfield in Week 4 against the Browns, based on their inactive list released Sunday. Defensive backs Leon Hall (hamstring), Dre Kirkpatrick (hamstring) and Reggie Nelson (hamstring) were all out of uniform as a result of their injuries.
The team also listed offensive linemen Mike Pollak and Tanner Hawkinson, running back Rex Burkhead and defensive end Margus Hunt as inactive.
|Bengals reveal Week 3 inactives |
|by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(9/22/13) The Bengals' list of inactives for Week 3 against the Packers includes defensive back Brandon Ghee (concussion), defensive back Dre Kirkpatrick (hamstring), offensive lineman Mike Pollak (knee), offensive lineman Anthony Collins (knee), running back Rex Burkhead, defensive lineman Margus Hunt and wide receiver Ryan Whalen. Burkhead, Hunt and Whalen were healthy scratches.
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|The Bengals chose defensive end Margus Hunt from Southern Methodist with a second round in the NFL draft. Hunt's an interesting story: He grew up in Estonia and went to SMU for track and field. But he joined the football team in 2009 when the school dropped track and field. He's a beast, standing at a whopping 6-foot-8 and 277 pounds. Better yet he ran a 4.53 in the 40-yard dash. He totaled 11 sacks over his final two years in school and set an NCAA record with 17 blocked kicks (10 field goals, seven extra points). Characterized by CBSSports.com College Football Insider Bruce Feldman as the biggest athletic "freak" in college football, Hunt is a project pick for the Bengals, someone they can take their time to develop. If Ziggy Ansah was on the fast track to the pros after barely playing football, Hunt's taking the scenic route. In time he could develop into an incredible defensive lineman but for now we suspect his playing time will be minimal -- except on special teams where he'll probably block a few kicks. Hunt's worth a late-round pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and a mid- to late-round pick in rookie-only drafts. (Updated 5/15/13) |