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PFF pegs Noah Brown as potential target for Cincinnati Bengals

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The Cincinnati Bengals face important decisions in the upcoming months, and one key focus is the future of wide receiver Tee Higgins. If Higgins isn’t franchise-tagged or signed to a long-term deal, there’s a possibility he could leave, leading the Bengals to explore other options for quarterback Joe Burrow.

Pro Football Focus suggests that Houston Texans wide receiver Noah Brown could be a potential target for the Bengals, especially if Tyler Boyd departs in free agency. Brown, known for his big-bodied style and versatility to play inside and outside, had an impressive season with the Texans, particularly showcasing his ability to get open on broken plays.

The rationale for considering Brown lies in his performance against the Bengals, where he had a career-best game with seven receptions and 172 yards. PFF notes his creative ability, making him a good fit for Joe Burrow’s style, especially in scramble drills.

At 28 years old, Brown is not a younger receiver, but his experience and effectiveness make him an intriguing option for Cincinnati, especially if they face departures from multiple weapons in the receiving corps. While the Bengals may explore internal replacements like rookies Charlie Jones and Andrei Iosivas if Boyd leaves, Brown could be a valuable addition to the roster if the need arises.

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