Beanie Wells Still Being Considered by Cincinnati Bengals


Published: April 21, 2009


... is going to do on draft day. There are just so many players to choose from with the sixth pick of the draft.

Until Saturday, the question of "who is the best fit?" will remain. But despite the uncertainty, one name has popped up more than others during the conversation: that of OSU's Chris “Beanie” Wells.

The idea of the Bengals taking him has people outraged, as they think the team should improve at positions other than running back, yet his name continually stays in the mix.

It is no secret that owner Mike Brown likes skilled players. The last time the Bengals picked a lineman with their first pick in the draft was in 2002, when they selected Levi Jones, and how did the team do the following season? As I remember, they were 2-14.

Would it kill the Bengals to have a great running back like Chris Wells?

The answer is "no," it would not. Although Cincinnati signed Gary Russell and Cedric Benson this offseason, these are not players th...

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