Dan Knapp

#76T,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 305
Born:
College: Arizona State
Birth Place: Reno, Nevada
Draft: Undrafted
  • NFL’s five most overrated teams entering summer
    Yardbarker

    NFL’s five most overrated teams entering summer

    Are the Bengals, led on offense by A.J. Green and Andy Dalton, overrated? Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports It’s hard to prove that a team or player is overrated or underrated because perception isn’t something you can totally quantify. But I do spend an unhealthy amount of time consuming NFL Twitter, reading NFL analysis and watching NFL games. I know who’s getting love and who’s getting hate. And I know that in some cases, teams receive too much of one or the other. Here are five NFL teams that get too much love considering the state of their rosters. Cincinnati Bengals: There seems to be a perception that the Bengals just had an off year (6-9-1) and followed that up with a great draft, thus they’ll

  • Bengals sign former Illinois State offensive guard Cameron Lee
    Bengals Wire

    Bengals sign former Illinois State offensive guard Cameron Lee

    The Cincinnati Bengals have hit the 90-man limit on their roster by adding in former Illinois State offensive guard and current rookie Cameron Lee on Tuesday. Lee is an impressive looking player at 6-foot-6 and 320 pounds. He also have an impressive resume with Illinois State, playing in 39 games over four seasons, including starts in every game as a junior and senior. For the Bengals, the move to sign Lee makes sense. There are some obvious question marks about their offensive line coming into this season. While Lee doesn’t answer any of those from a starter perspective, he is an additional body for training camp and someone they might wish to keep around for extra depth. With returning offensive

  • 3 Bengals taking part in free youth football camps in local communities
    Cincy Jungle

    3 Bengals taking part in free youth football camps in local communities

    With OTAs having wrapped up and training camp still a month away, now is the time for the NFL to focus heavily on youth football camps. On Tuesday, the league announced 350 current and former NFL players and coaches will host free, non-contact youth football camps for more than 80,000 children across America. That will come through the NFL Foundation, the league’s nonprofit organization representing all 32 clubs, which has also awarded $1 million in grants to support youth football camps. One NFL player taking part in these youth camps is Cincinnati Bengals cornerback William Jackson III, who is hosting a camp in Houston, Texas. Youth camps like Jackson’s will focus on teaching proper technique