In 2007, the Cincinnati Bengals sacked opposing quarterbacks only 22 times, the lowest total in the NFL. To make things worse, the Bengals went into the offseason knowing that their best pass-rusher, Justin Smith, was a free agent who wanted to get out of town as quickly as possible.
Cincinnati's biggest need was crystal clear: somebody to get to the quarterback.
The Bengals hope former Tennessee defensive end Antwan Odom can be that somebody. Cincinnati gave Odom ...
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