Bengals HC Brian Callahan also didn't have a couple of key weapons available either as wide receiver A.J. Green didn't participate in any of the OTA sessions and only participated in position drills during minicamp as he returns from toe surgery and tight end Tyler Eifert watched all of it from the side as he recovers from surgery for a broken ankle.
Callahan said both are "trending in the right direction" heading toward training camp. Green is ranked 11th on our WR list while Eifert is just 30th. Obviously if, and it's a big if, Eifert can stay healthy he could outproduce his preseason ranking. In four games in 2018, Eifert averaged 3.8 catches for 45 yards and 0.25 touchdowns. In 14 games since 2016, Eifert has averaged 3.4 catches for 44 yards and 0.43 touchdowns.