It's been a rather quiet offseason for the Cincinnati Bengals—that's pretty much par for the course.
The Bengals aren't known to be big spenders in free agency, and that sentiment rang true once again in 2014.
Cincinnati did lose some key players to free agency, mainly Michael Johnson, Anthony Collins and Andrew Hawkins. The team also decided to finally release center Kyle Cook after multiple seasons of lackluster play.
The Bengals have some work to do before the 2014 season gets underway if they are to make a fourth consecutive run into the postseason.
Let's take a look at their biggest priorities at this point in the year.