Bengals choose C T.J. Johnson with final pick Print
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Saturday, 27 April 2013 14:33
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 CINCINNATI (AP) - The Bengals have chosen center T.J. Johnson from South Carolina with their final pick in the NFL draft.
They got Johnson with their second compensatory pick in the seventh round. They took Ohio State offensive tackle Reid Fragel with another compensatory pick earlier in the round.
It wrapped up a draft that had the Bengals taking seven players on offense - tight end, tackle, guard, center, receiver and two running backs - and three on defense, including a defensive end, linebacker and strong safety.
 

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