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    Former Bengals quarterback Turk Schonert dead at 62
    Former Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Turk Schonert has died. Schonert played eight seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals, including the Super Bowl XVI and Super Bowl XXIII teams. He was 62 years old.

    Packers will interview former Bengals OL coach Frank Pollack, per report - Acme Packing Company
    The Green Bay Packers’ quest for a new offensive line coach continues this week, and a new name is among the reported candidates. According to Packersnews.com, head coach Matt LaFleur will likely hold an interview with Frank Pollack, who served as the Cincinnati Bengals’ offensive line coach last season.

    Mike's Carwash Donates $43,000 to Marvin Lewis Community Fund
    Mike's Carwash presented a check for $43,567 to the Marvin Lewis Community Fund as a result of the proceeds from Mike's "2 Sacks You Save" promotion during the Bengals 2018 season.

    Jessie Bates, Billy Price land on 2018 PFWA All-Rookie team
    Cincinnati Bengals stars Jessie Bates and Billy Price were honored with spots on the 2018 PFWA All-Rookie team.

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    NFL.com reporting that our game against the Rams will actually be in London next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squirrlnutz View Post
    NFL.com reporting that our game against the Rams will actually be in London next year.
    at least it's not a home game this time

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    2019 NFL Mock Draft: Jaguars trade Leonard Fournette for Nick Foles, Bengals replace Andy Dalton
    The draftniks are huddled in Mobile, Alabama this week for the Senior Bowl, grinding out practices and watching tons of future NFL players put on a show. You should be following our own Ryan Wilson (@RyanWilsonCBS) and Chris Trapasso (@ChrisTrapasso), both of whom are on site checking out the players involved in the Reese's party.

    Cincinnati Bengals Three Round Mock Draft 2.0
    The Bengals abysmal offensive line play in 2018 makes drafting at least one lineman a certainty. Ford possesses a rare blend of size and athleticism. Standing at an impressive 6’4 and weighing in at 330 pounds, Ford is more than capable of holding his own against bull rushers by anchoring his weight in his hips. Ford was frequently used in screenplays and outside runs, utilizing his quick feet and fluid blocking style. Ford isn’t quite as tall as most left tackles and might be better suited playing on the right side of the line, but he is ready to play from day one. Ford’s combination of athleticism and strength mean that he would be a starter, and a good one, for the Bengals right away.

    Jon Gruden has high praise for possible Bengals head coach Zac Taylor
    Taylor, the quarterback coach that ignited Jared Goff’s career in Los Angeles, has been rumored to be the Bengals’ next head coach and will announce his intent to coach the team following the Los Angeles Rams’ playoff run.

    Bengals huge winners with Zac Taylor getting Super Bowl experience
    At face value, the Cincinnati Bengals are at a disadvantage because they still don’t have a head coach or his staff in place while events like Shrine Week and the Senior Bowl pave the way for the 2019 NFL draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bengals1181 View Post
    Pipe dream. But a really, really happy one.

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    No More One-Size-Fits-All For Bengals’ Helmets


    More and more Bengals players are moving toward Riddell’s Precision-Fit helmet, a customized piece of equipment introducing 3-D modeling technology to the game of football.
    5 questions with Bengals’ Duke Tobin
    The Cincinnati Enquirer staff catches up with the team’s Director of Player Personnel.
    Rams coach Sean McVay among local connections to Super Bowl LIII
    Rams coach Sean McVay was born at Kettering Medical Center
    Bengals say Senior Bowl isn’t “dramatically different” without coach in place – ProFootballTalk
    The Bengals parted ways with Marvin Lewis after 16 years, but they don’t have a new head coach in place yet.




    Goodberry: Identifying the Senior Bowl’s best fits for the Bengals – The Athletic


    MOBILE, Alabama – A week of Senior Bowl practices showed some players who could help fill some of the Bengals’ needs.
    The Top 3 Needs the Cincinnati Bengals Must Address This Offseason
    After another losing season, the Bengals have multiple needs that need to be addressed in order to be competitive in the 2019-20 season.
    Redskins can block Bill Callahan joining the Cincinnati Bengals
    A potential target of Zac Taylor, Bill Callahan could be denied entrance to the Queen City, still under contract with the Redskins.
    Week In Review: Senior Bowl Focus
    In this latest Week In Review presented by TriHealth, the Bengals ramp up their draft preparation heading down to the Senior Bowl.
    30th Anniversary of Super Bowl XXIII
    A look at some of the images from Super Bowl XXIII featuring the Bengals against the San Francisco 49ers on Jan. 22, 1989.

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    Bengals say new head coach will have plenty of say in draft process
    Despite major changes, the Cincinnati Bengals aren’t going to shy away from letting a new head coach do his thing during the path to the 2019 NFL draft.

    Cincinnati Bengals: 5 priorites for coach Zac Taylor to address
    While Zac Taylor prepares for Super Bowl LIII with the Los Angeles Rams, the Cincinnati Bengals already have a laundry list of things for him to tidy up when he officially becomes the team’s new head coach.

    Three Free Agents the Cincinnati Bengals Should Pursue in 2019
    As the Bengals continue to turn a new leaf and prepare for the 2019 season, fans are expecting a front office that has been largely inactive in free agency to make a splash to help incoming coach Zac Taylor. The Bengals are 8th in the league in available cap space, and therefore have no excuse to be stingy once again in free agency. With that being said, here are three players the Bengals would be wise to pursue in the 2019 free agency.

    Who did ESPN select for the Bengals during the 2018 NFL Draft re-do?
    The Cincinnati Bengals selected Ohio State center Billy Price with the 21st pick in the 2018 NFL draft and rode the ups-and-downs of his rookie season to interesting results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bengals1181 View Post
    Who did ESPN select for the Bengals during the 2018 NFL Draft re-do?[/URL]
    The Cincinnati Bengals selected Ohio State center Billy Price with the 21st pick in the 2018 NFL draft and rode the ups-and-downs of his rookie season to interesting results.
    I have no doubt the Bengals would select someone other than Billy Price if they could do the 2018 draft over. If the Bengals would have addressed the same position Frank Ragnow would be the obvious choice, followed by literally dozens of other superior prospects who played other positions. Regardless, there was no reason to panic when Ragnow came off the board, but panic they did....settling for 3rd round value with the 21st overall pick.

    Sadly, had Billy Price been drafted as late as the 3rd round it wouldn't make him a better player. He still would have been a massive disappointment.

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