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Draft Scout Reid Fragel News
10/30/13 - --OL Reid Fragel was signed from the Bengals practice squad.
08/31/13 - T Reid Fragel was released on Saturday by the Cincinnati Bengals got down to the league-mandated 53-player roster to start the season.
04/28/13 - A closer look at the Bengals' picks: Round 7/240 - Reid Fragel, T, 6-8, 308, Ohio State...A converted tight end, he played right tackle for the Buckeyes last season and has a good base. He's not a dominant run blocker but is solid in pass protection. He provides some depth on the offensive line but is more of a developmental guy. Plenty of upside but needs work on technique. - The Sports Xchange
03/11/13 - 2013 Ohio State Pro Day: Fragel, on the other hand, enjoyed a strong combine performance and has been enjoying a steady rise up draft boards as teams like the potential he's shown in his one season at tackle after converting from tight end. While Hankins and Fragel did not do any of the timed drills, they did participate in their respective positional workouts, where their athleticism reportedly stood out. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
01/21/13 - Former Ohio State offensive tackle Reid Fragel pulled out of next Saturday’s Senior Bowl because of an injury sustained while training. A Senior Bowl spokesman said the injury is not considered to be a major one.
Fragel, a converted tight end, improved dramatically as a right tackle on Ohio State’s much-improved offensive line. The 6-foot-8, 310-pound Fragel is considered a solid NFL prospect because of his size, athleticism and toughness. Defensive end John Simon is the lone Buckeye at the Senior Bowl. - Bill Rabinowitz, The Columbus Dispatch