Just like every other year, The Bengals have to make personnel decisions that will hopefully make them better.
This offseason, with contracts expiring, the Bengals have the most cap space in the NFL but will still have important decisions to make on which players to keep.
This Saturday in Mobile, Alabama is the Senior Bowl, an invitation-only showcase of the nation’s best NFL prospects. Usually, as the name suggests, participants are seniors. However, for the first time ever, two players in this year's game are not: Syracuse’s Justin Pugh and Alabama’s D.J. Fluker.
With decisions to make regarding free agency and the draft, the Bengals will be paying very close attention to tomorrow’s Senior Bowl. The positions where the Bengals really need improving are running back, defensive end, offensive tackle, safety and linebacker.
NOTE: Although the teams are named North and South, teams were not constructed 100 percent geographically.