Marvin Lewis made it clear he wants impending free agent center Russell Bodine to return, but if the Bengals decide to finally move on from the former fourth-round pick, Travis Swanson could be a fit.
Swanson became a starter for the Lions at the end of his rookie campaign after being drafted in the third round out of Arkansas in 2014. A first-team All-American in his last year in college, the California native ended the past two seasons on injured reserve with a concussion, but he recently claimed he was misdiagnosed and said it was a bad reaction to medicine what caused the symptoms.
The Bengals bolstered their offensive line trading for Bills tackle Cordy Glenn, and should try to keep improving a much maligned unit that is key if the team wants to have any success in 2018.


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