The Cincinnati Bengals have met with or worked out Virginia Tech QB Logan Thomas this offseason.

Footballguys View: Thomas is a mid- or late-round quarterback with a raw skill set. He’s big, has a strong arm and he can keep plays alive with his feet. Thomas is not accurate and needs to work on his decision making from the pocket. The upside has always been there with Thomas, but he didn’t really develop as a collegian and he didn’t play up to his potential. The Bengals already have four quarterbacks on the roster (Andy Dalton, Jason Campbell, Josh Johnson, Zac Robinson) but could add another one to the mix.


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