By Robb Hoff @NFLNostradamus on May 2, 2014
The Cincinnati Bengals may be showing their NFL Draft hand when it comes to prospect visits. The rumors about who the team will target in the upcoming draft are already swirling.
The Cincinnati Bengals undoubtedly recognized during their visit with WR Odell Beckham that he would be their first-round pick if he's still available at No. 24.
The Cincinnati Bengals may have liked Darqueze Dennard so much during his visit with the team that an uncharacteristic trade up in the first round could be under discussion by the Bengals.
RB Jeremy Hill may have left such an impression with the Cincinnati Bengals during his visit that the team may have already laid out the plan for him to join Giovani Bernard in the Bengals' backfield.
The Cincinnati Bengals may have shown their QB draft card by arranging a visit with Tom Savage. Even if the Bengals draft another QB besides Savage earlier rather than later, it could mean that current Bengals QB Andy Dalton might not be a lock for a jackpot payday with the team.
News that the Cincinnati Bengals were among the teams scheduled for the whirlwind visit tour by CB Walt Aikens brought with it the realization that the Bengals may not be thinking about a CB in the first round of the NFL Draft after all.
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