The Cincinnati Bengals have come to terms with the second of their two first round picks, Wisconsin guard, Kevin Zeitler. Details regarding the contract are not known at this time, but it will no doubt be a four year deal per the new collective bargaining agreement.
Zeitler has already been lining up as the starter at RG during this week's OTAs. The Bengals are looking to upgrade that position which was a considerable weak spot on the offensive line last season. In addition to drafting Zeitler, the Bengals also signed former Carolina Panthers guard, Travelle Wharton as a free agent.
With the Zeitler signing, the Bengals now have only two remaining draftees to sign: WR Mohamed Sanu and DT Brandon Thompson. Seventh round RB Daniel Herron from Ohio State signed a four year deal yesterday.
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