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    • Bengals Behind-the-Scenes: Draft Picks Arrive

      Posted May 3, 2018
      Go behind the scenes with Bengals draft picks Billy Price, Jessie Bates, Sam Hubbard and Malik Jefferson as they spend their first days at Paul Brown Stadium.

    • Bernard: "We're ready to take it on full speed"Posted May 2, 2018
      RB Giovani Bernard talks to the media in the Bengals locker room on April 30, 2018.

    • 2018 Bengals Draft Party Scenes

      Posted May 2, 2018
      The place to be was at Paul Brown Stadium last Thursday and Saturday, as Bengals fans came together to celebrate the NFL Draft. Check out some of the fun and festivities had by Bengaldom.

    • Lewis Phone Call: Moritz Bohringer

      Posted May 1, 2018
      Listen in when Bengals Head Coach Marvin Lewis made the call to German native Moritz Bohringer informing him he'd be coming to Cincinnati as part of the International Player Pathway program.

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    The Bengals' approach that explains their draft
    I was not pleased with what the Bengals had done in the draft on Friday night. There wasn’t a single pick I was happy about at the time. For almost every pick I could name a guy at the same position that was still available that I thought was a better prospect (which will be my next article).

    The Last Five Buckeyes To Be Drafted By The Cincinnati Bengals
    Just like the Cleveland Browns, the Cincinnati Bengals used their first round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft to select a former Buckeye in Billy Price. The Bengals took it one step further in selecting Sam Hubbard with their third round pick. Also much like the Browns, the Bengals haven't drafted many former Buckeyes in recent history and when they have, the success rate hasn't been all that high.

    Darius Phillips: The ballhawk the Bengals need
    The Cincinnati Bengals added a tremendous amount of versatility with their fifth-round compensatory pick by selecting Western Michigan cornerback Darius Phillips. Having an opportunity to play for three Division 1 colleges coming out of high school, he settled with Western Michigan after Syracuse head coach Doug Marrone left to become head coach of the Buffalo Bills. Looking at all of the day three selections by the Bengals, Phillips was my favorite. Cincinnati has been looking to add ballhawks to their secondary, and that’s exactly what they got.

    Bengals didn’t draft more offensive linemen due to trust in names already on the roster
    The Cincinnati Bengals shocked observers by only using two of their 11 picks in the 2018 NFL draft on offensive linemen. One of those happened in the seventh round. Two reasons stick out. For one, Marvin Lewis and the Bengals didn’t want to go away from their board to simply fill a need, as he told the media after the draft

    Cincinnati Bengals 2018 NFL Draft: Duke Tobin talks trades, picks
    This past week, Bengals director of player personnel Duke Tobin took time to sit down for a live edition of the Bengals Beat Podcast at Fifty West Brewing Company. The hour-long conversation ran from the background of all 11 draft picks to where they found the biggest steal, plus questions about last year’s picks (yes, John Ross) and his best and worst selections of all time.

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    Houston 3rd?

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    Snap judgement? Vegas oddsmakers underwhelmed by Bengals determined attempt to improve the Center/QB exchange.

    Better than Bodine draft strategy not compelling. Championship considered unlikely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HOF View Post
    Snap judgement? Vegas oddsmakers underwhelmed by Bengals determined attempt to improve the Center/QB exchange.

    Better than Bodine draft strategy not compelling. Championship considered unlikely.
    Fair, but how often is a first round pick the difference between competing for a super bowl or not that year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bengals1181 View Post
    Only one rookie on that list.

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    Which Bengals Rookie WRs Will Make the Roster?
    The Cincinnati Bengals added four new rookie wide receivers recently via the draft and rookie free agency. While wide receiver was apparently not a priority for the team, they still brought in some camp competition. The Bengals selected Florida St. wide receiver Auden Tate in the seventh-round. They also signed Alabama WR Cam Sims, Temple WR Adonis Jennings, and UNLV wide receiver Devonte Boyd in the undrafted free agency. There’s no chance that the Bengals will keep all four of these rookies, but at least one should make the 53 man cut.

    Frank Pollack using practice equipment some players have yet to see
    They weren’t exaggerating when they suggested Frank Pollack would bring sweeping changes to the Cincinnati Bengals. Pollack is the first new line coach in 20-plus years for the Bengals, taking over for Paul Alexander and bringing some new ideas and schematics to the team.

    Bengals’ Billy Price projected as top-25 rookie in 2018
    The experts seem to really like Billy Price’s chance at having a major impact as a rookie for the Cincinnati Bengals. Price, the team’s first-round pick in 2018, has a huge weight on his shoulders. He’s expected to come in and adequately improve upon a slew of mediocre years put forth by Russell Bodine while getting an offense brimming with talent back on track.

    Bengals Acquire WR Ka'Raun White
    The Bengals today acquired WR Ka’Raun White on waivers from the Seattle Seahawks. White (6-1, 199), a rookie out of West Virginia University, signed with Seattle as a college free agent on Friday (May 8). The Seahawks waived him yesterday.

    No footnotes in rookie minicamp
    The Bengals’ rookie week-end minicamp that begins Friday is headlined by Ohio State alums Billy Price, Sam Hubbard and Chris Worley and spiced by the first public appearance in Cincinnati of defensive coordinator Teryl Austin’s multiple looks and offensive line coach Frank Pollack’s busy, up-tempo practice sessions. But don’t forget about some guys who are not to be sluffed off as footnotes. They impressed as rookies last year but are eligible for the weekend and the Bengals figure they should be among the guys that stand out during the three-day camp featuring about 50 players culled from the draft, rookie free agency, first-year eligibles, and tryouts.

    Most improved OL units entering 2018
    Only 2 teams since 2009 have invested more draft picks than the Bengals 16 selections to the OL (Patriots & Colts), yet Cincinnati is coming off a season of subpar OL play after being a team that so heavily relied on the big fellas up front when Andrew Whitworth and Kevin Zeitler were still around.


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