NFL Draft 2011: Which Wide Receiver Does Charley Casserly Have Bengals Drafting?
Wide Receiver Greg Little is Latest Cincinnati Bengal in Casserly's Mock
Even if Chad Ochocinco ends up staying with the team another year, the Cincinnati Bengals still need to draft a top-level wide receiver as they continue to rebuild their offense.
Charley Casserly, former GM of the Washington Redskins and Houston Texans, has the Bengals drafting a wide receiver in the second round, and it's not someone who has been projected to go that high. With the 35th pick, the Bengals select North Carolina's Greg Little.
On the surface this may sound like a reach, and of course this is under the assumption that the Bengals select a quarterback in the first round, but when you think of the types of players the Bengals may draft, this makes perfect sense.
Greg Little missed the 2010 season, so his draft stock took a hit. Despite that, no one doubts he has the talent, and the Bengals are a team that will look past the issues that caused him to be suspended.
Adding Little to a cast of promising wide receivers should make the Bengals offense a solid unit for the next few years, as long as they also pick the right quarterback.
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