We give you the third and final 2015 Bengals.com Media Mock Draft with the real thing coming Thursday night. We make the case for a big guy to team inside with Domata Peko, Geno Atkins, and Brandon Thompson and the rest of the wide bodies.
Center Russell Bodine turned in one of the best seasons ever by a Bengals rookie when he took virtually every snap for a play-off team. Here's how he got here via a Draft Day trade.
Readers weigh in on the Marvin Lewis extension and the 2015 schedule. And they'd like to trade up in this draft, like the Bengals did last year to get center Russell Bodine. Don't count on it.
The Bengals are going Hollywood in more ways than one in 2015 when they eye their fifth straight post-season berth with four prime-time games that tie a franchise record and spice a schedule that puts them in the Pacific Time zone three times and the Mountain Time zone once.
They’re not looking for an explosion to jump-start a team that has been to the postseason four straight times. So Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis decided on a spark instead of a siphon. At least that’s how quarterback Andy Dalton read the “Revival,” T-Shirts hanging in each locker when they showed up for the first day of voluntary workouts.
You had to wait nearly a year, but this is why the Bengals drafted Michigan State cornerback Darqueze Dennard with their first pick the last time they went through this thing called the draft: a competitive streak a mile long and character just as deep. Both emerged in Monday's first day of voluntary workouts.