|Offense||15th||112.8 (13th)||245.2 (15th)|
|Defense||11th||92.3 (6th)||248.5 (19th)|
Carson is slated to sign with the Cincinnati Bengals , the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
At 5-foot-11, 227 pounds, Carson is a physical runner who could stick around (either on the 53-man roster or the Bengals' practice squad) as insurance for the team's top power back, Jeremy Hill. Aiding in Carson's chances of potentially securing a roster spot is that he possesses ability to help out on special teams.
The Cincinnati Bengals selected Fejedelem in the seventh round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 245th overall.
Fejedelem was incredibly active against the run for Illinois, finishing 2015 with a team-leading 140 tackles. He struggled in coverage at Illinois, but he at least demonstrated at his pro day that he might have the athleticism to improve. Fejedelem was credited with a 4.54-second 40 to go along with a 40.5-inch vertical and 121-inch broad jump.
The Cincinnati Bengals selected Core in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 199th overall.
Cincinnati needed to address their receiving corps through this year's draft after the departures of Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu. The Bengals selected Tyler Boyd out of Pitt in the second round and continued to add depth by pickin Core. While Laquon Treadwell got most of the publicity (and targets) among Ole Miss receivers, Core was more than serviceable as the Rebels' No.2 receiver in 2015, hauling in 37 passes for 644 yards (17.41 YPR) and four touchdowns. Core has excellent speed for a 6-3 receiver, recording a 4.47, 40-yard dash at the Combine. He's another tall and speedy receiver that should carve out a role in the Bengals' offense once he gets acclimated to the system. He has a background on special teams as well, which should help his chances of making the 53-man roster.
The Cincinnati Bengals selected Westerman in the fifth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 161st overall.
Westerman was a standout guard at Arizona State, and he tested well enough at the Combine by logging a 5.17-second 40, 4.71-second 20-yard shuttle and 7.69-second three-cone drill. There's no obvious reason why Westerman shouldn't stick on the Cincinnati roster.
Billings was a favorite of many draft media, but the NFL simply wasn't that high on him. At 6-foot-1, 311 pounds with good athleticism and elite strength, it's not obvious why Billings fell quite this far, but for the Bengals he looks like a fine bargain this late.
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