Josh Malone earning praise from Bengals
Cincinnati Bengals fourth-round rookie wide receiver Josh Malone has "real ability," wide receivers coach James Urban said while praising him.
"He showed us what we thought he was," said Urban. "He’s big and he’s fast and he has a good natural feel for the game. He’s learning how to run our routes." Fellow rookie John Ross also praised Malone, adding "to be his height and run as well as he does and catch the ball as well as he does – I think he’s got a bright future."
Our models are even a bit down on first-rounder Ross, who we project for 475 receiving yards and 2.04 touchdowns on 38 receptions. Malone is mostly an intriguing Dynasty stash.
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