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    Bengals Booth Podcast: Arms Wide Open





     by Michael LaPlaca & Dan Hoard








    Bengals Booth Podcast: Arms Wide Open















    It's the "Arms Wide Open" edition of the Bengals Booth Podcast as Dan Hoard speaks with wide receiver Tee Higgins. Plus, 45 quality minutes with broadcaster Dave Lapham including a new round of #AskLap questions submitted by fans on Twitter.

    Podcast highlights include:


    • 2:02 – The podcast starts with Higgins discussing his excitement to join the Bengals and getting to converse with his idol, fellow wide receiver A.J. Green.
    • 6:18 - Higgins talks about the goals he's set for his rookie season.
    • 9:58 – Lapham explains how confident he is of an NFL season happening in 2020.
    • 11:47 – If there are no fans in the stands, how would that modify a team's home field advantage?
    • 21:32 – How the new collective bargaining agreement could affect potential extensions for Green and running back Joe Mixon.
    • 32:47 – The #AskLap questions begin first with what rule change over the years have helped offensive linemen the most.
    • 38:51 – Is the current offensive line personnel good enough to protect quarterback Joe Burrow?
    • 47:37 – How well will the Bengals wide receivers play with Burrow at quarterback.
    • 52:19 – How weightlifting has changed from the days when Lapham played to now.


    For all of the Bengals Booth Podcasts, please visit Bengals.com/audio/podcasts.


    https://www.bengals.com/news/bengals...arms-wide-open









  3. #23
    Bengals Booth Podcast: Remembering The Rattler




     by Michael LaPlaca & Dan Hoard




    It's the "Remembering The Rattler" edition of the Bengals Booth Podcast as celebrating the life of Ken Riley with his former teammate Bob Trumpy, followed by a 2017 interview with The Rattler after he was voted among the best players in team history.

    Podcast highlights include:


    • 1:03 – The podcast begins first talking about Riley's background and career in Cincinnati.
    • 2:40 – Trumpy talks about his former teammate and what Riley was like on-and-off the field.
    • 6:49 – The case for why Riley should be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
    • 10:39 – Trumpy explains how the teachings of Bengals founder Paul Brown helped players successfully transition to life after football.
    • 13:44 – An archived interview begins with Dave Lapham speaking with Riley in 2017 after Riley was named to the Bengals First 50 Team.
    • 17:56 – Riley talked about his transition from a quarterback to cornerback in the NFL.
    • 19:39 – What Riley learned from Hall of Fame coaches Paul Brown and Forrest Gregg.
    • For all of the Bengals Booth Podcasts, please visit Bengals.com/audio/podcasts.

    https://www.bengals.com/news/bengals...ng-the-rattler








  4. #24
    Podcast Pick-Click-Play:

    Sports Talk

    Remembering Ken Riley
    @AnthonyMunozHOF
    @KenAndersonNFL
    Dave Lapham

    ttps://iheart.com/podcast/lance-mcalister-20799901/

  5. #25
    John Baines


    @johnthebaines

    18m


    Bengals TE Moritz Böhringer gave a German-language interview last week. Some tidbits:- 255lb (up from 240 1st yr as TE)- apartment is a converted YMCA (bball floor intact)- Hubbard practices 100%- wasn't seriously vying for a roster during int'l prog





    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kWqSHOgSjw

  6. #26
    Bengals Booth Podcast: Can't Keep A Good Man Down





     by Michael LaPlaca & Dan Hoard








    Bengals Booth Podcast: Can't Keep A Good Man Down















    It is the "Can't Keep A Good Man Down" edition of the Bengals Booth Podcast checking in with Rodney Anderson as he looks to bounce back from the injury that ended his rookie season. Plus, Bengals.com Senior Writer Geoff Hobson on Ken Riley's case for the Hall of Fame and more.

    Podcast highlights include:


    • 1:46 – Podcast begins looking back at Anderson's collegiate career at Oklahoma and his journey to Cincinnati.
    • 3:07 – Anderson gives an update on his rehab from ACL surgery and where he is at in the process.
    • 7:12 – Anderson talks about the point of pride having three Bengals running backs come from the Sooners program: (Anderson, Joe Mixon and Samaje Perine).
    • 8:51 – What it meant for Anderson to excel in the team's third preseason game last season against the New York Giants.
    • 11:18 – How Anderson is feeling as he readies for his second NFL season.
    • 13:05 – Interview with Hobson begins talking about the chances for Bengals greats Riley and Ken Anderson to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
    • 17:27 – Hobson talks about the support of the Bengals' modern candidates: tackle Willie Anderson, running back Corey Dillon and wide receiver Chad Johnson.
    • 23:36 – What it was like to sit in on the defensive line virtual meetings and Hobson explains the benefits from those type of gatherings.
    • 29:16 – How the selection of quarterback Joe Burrow has generated a different level of excitement for Bengals fans.
    • 33:47 – Hobson explains how the Brown family has long applied the principles of diversity and equality.


    For all of the Bengals Booth Podcasts, please visit Bengals.com/audio/podcasts.





  7. #27
    I feel like we should play "how many things are inaccurate in this video":

    https://www.bengals.com/video/animat...innati-bengals

  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by Bengals1181 View Post
    I feel like we should play "how many things are inaccurate in this video":

    https://www.bengals.com/video/animat...innati-bengals
    Right.

    Isn't Katie and Troy's daughter the new media maven for the team? I thought the Bengals entered the league in 1968?

    I'll bet that Boomer loved throwing it to AJ back in the day.

  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by texbengal View Post
    Right.

    Isn't Katie and Troy's daughter the new media maven for the team? I thought the Bengals entered the league in 1968?

    I'll bet that Boomer loved throwing it to AJ back in the day.

    im pretty sure that video was made by the league.

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by Bengals1181 View Post
    im pretty sure that video was made by the league.
    That wouldn't surprise me. I'm sure the Bengals know they came into the league in 1968.

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