“I think Dwayne is going to be a franchise guy later on, once he gets the offense rolling, once he gets complete control of what he’s doing in whatever program, whatever franchise, whatever type of offense he’s in,” Price said, via SiriusXM NFL Radio. “He’s going to be phenomenal. And I really look forward to watching him develop as he gets up in the NFL. Again, I’d love to see him close to home in Cincinnati with me whenever, you know, Andy (Dalton) decides to hang it up. But it’s going to be great. He’s going to be a very good player.”
Albert Breer says that the Bengals “very much could be in play” for a quarterback at No. 11 overall.
Breer notes that Andy Dalton’s in a contract year and ownership may want something to “jolt a flat-lining fanbase.“
If the Bengals don’t take a quarterback, Breer mentions Michigan LB Devin Bush as a name to keep an eye on.
- Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports that Oklahoma OT Cody Ford is visiting the Bengals on Thursday.
- According to the Cincinnati Enquirer’s Paul Dehner Jr., safety is the least-pressing need for the Bengals and he wouldn’t be shocked not to see the team draft one.
- Dehner Jr lists Miami’s Sheldrick Redwine, Kentucky’s Darius West and Michigan State Khari Willis as safeties to watch for the Bengals.
- Tom Pelissero reports that the Browns worked out Arkansas Pine-Bluff punter Jamie Gillan and brought him in for a visit and dinner on Wednesday.
- Oregon WR Dillon Mitchell is in Baltimore visiting the Ravens on Thursday. (Jordan Schultz)
- Idaho LB Kaden Elliss has a visit lined up with the Ravens. (Tom Pelissero)