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Bengals Sign DE Hunt

Cincinnati, OH (FOX19) - The Bengals have signed one of the team's two second round picks. Margus Hunt, a defensive end out of SMU has agreed to a contract.  

Hunt is 6-8, 277 lbs and was an international track and field star in Estonia before coming to the United States on a track scholarship.  He later joined the football team at SMU where he blocked an NCAA record 10 field goals and finished his career with 16.5 sacks.

The Bengals have now signed 7 of their 10 draft picks and continue OTAs at Paul Brown Stadium.                    

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