Antonio Bryant/WR - The talented receiver was hurt most of last season with knee problems. However, if healthy, he'll give them a badly needed physical presence in their stagnant passing game.
Matt Jones/WR - The big receiver had a pretty solid year in 2008, but hasn't played since then. If Jones makes the team, he'll give them some badly needed size for their red zone offense.
Chris Davis/WR - He hasn't played since the 2008 season and is looking at a role as the team's fifth receiver.
Dave Rayner/K - He remains as the only kicker on their 80-man roster.
Larry Johnson/RB - Johnson found a new home with the Washington Redskins. The team may look to replace his role in this year's draft.
Jeremi Johnson/FB - The team only has one fullback on their 80-man roster.
Laveranues Coles/WR - He turned out to be a huge disappointment last season. Coles earned $9.65 million in his only season of play with the Bengals.
Reggie Kelly/TE - The veteran blocking tight end is coming off of a torn Achilles tendon which caused him to miss all of last season.
J.P. Foschi/TE - He wound up playing in over 60 percent of the offensive snaps last season with the team.
Shayne Graham/K - Rayner appears to be taking his place.
Shaun Smith/DT - He'll provide a backup role with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Pre-Draft Team Needs
Wide Receiver - Despite adding Bryant, this team still needs to add speed at receiver.
Cornerback - The team needs to probably add some competition for their nickel and dime roles. Veteran S Chris Crocker wound up having to handle a nickel/slot role last season.
Tight End - Second-year pro Chase Coffman was inactive all last season as a rookie. It remains to be seen if the coaches believe Coffman is the answer at the position. At the very least, the team should add a tight end with more versatility.
Other Issues to Address
Offensive Tackle Depth
Running Back Depth