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Breaking: Bengals are expected to work out former Syracuse OL Evan Adams

Evan Adams Bengals Workout
Bengals are expected to workout former Syracuse offensive guard Evan Adams this week.

Evan Adams is a massive offensive lineman from Syracuse University. He stands at 6060 and weighs 352 pounds. Adams was a four-year starter at guard for the Orange, and played in 45 out of a possible 49 games from 2016-19, including 33 starts at right guard and 12 at left guard. We are learning that Adams is headed to Cincinnati to work out with the Bengals.

In his collegiate career, he played 3,464 snaps over his four seasons and was credited with 146 knockdown blocks. The massive offensive lineman joins Brandon Hitner and Quinton Spain for a workout.

Adams was signed by the Baltimore Ravens as an undrafted free agent. He is hoping to latch on with the Bengals who have a need on the offensive line. The Bengals can only bring in 6 players at a time with the new COVID-19 protocol, but they have three offensive lineman.

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