Bengals work out three wide receivers

Reuters

The Bengals worked out wide receivers DeVier Posey, Colin Lockett and Donte Foster on Wednesday, a source told PFT.

It’s likely the Bengals were just gathering information for the future and possibly looking to eventually add a player to their practice squad. Veteran wide receiver Greg Little was released two weeks ago when linebacker Vontaze Burfict was activated, leaving the Bengals down a receiver during practice.

The Bengals have undrafted rookie Jake Kumerow on their practice squad. Seventh-round rookie Mario Alford is on the active roster but has not played in a game.

The most experienced and notable name of the three is Posey, who’s played in 26 career games with the Texans. He spent training camp last summer with the Jets.

Posey, 26, went to high school in Cincinnati.

Lockett previously spent time on the Bengals’ practice squad and also spent time with the Redskins. Foster spent last season and this season’s training camp with the Vikings.

7 responses to “Bengals work out three wide receivers

  1. As a Bengals fan who vividly remembers the 90’s, I always feel like David Klingler is going to jump out one of these days and be like “haha jk! it was all a dream we still suck!”

  2. Did the Packers work out anyone? Anyone who can run an 5.0 40? No they have the players on the roster, they drafted them themselves. Problem is Janis and Abbrederis, haven’t gotten time in favor of Devante “I drop everything, including groceries” Adams. Play the kids!

  3. throwing darts, trying anything to keep up with another afcn team that puts up 600 yards of O.

  4. crownofthehelmet says:
    Nov 12, 2015 6:39 AM
    throwing darts, trying anything to keep up with another afcn team that puts up 600 yards of O

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    Hahaha. Bro you guys are super talented at the WR position, but if you think the Bengals are even concerned with you at this point you’re delusional. The Bengals are setting the standard for building a roster.

  5. “trying anything to keep up with another afcn team that puts up 600 yards of O.”

    If it also comes with your mediocre record, no thanks.

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