NFL Draft | Cincinnati Bengals
After Grabbing AFC Title, Bengals Let Draft Board Come To Them Fast And Furious
If last year was the BMG (Big Man's Game) Draft, then what transpired this weekend at Paul Brown Stadium is the Fast and Furious Draft. As in speed and defense rules The Jungle. After grabbing the AFC title, the Bengals could let the draft board come to them.
Bengals Finish Off Defensive Draft With Coastal Carolina Edge Rusher
The Bengals ended the NFL Draft in the seventh round Saturday taking another defensive player. Coastal Carolina edge rusher Jeffrey Gunter (12 starts, 41 tackles, 10 for loss with 6.5 sacks, two forced fumbles) was the fifth defensive player they selected in six choices.
Toledo Safety Anderson Blazes Another Speedy Trail For Bengals In Fifth Round
Speed has ruled The Jungle this weekend. After selecting a pair of defensive backs with 4.38 speed with their first- and second-round picks in Dax Hill and Cam Taylor-Britt, respectively, Cincinnati traded up eight spots in Saturday's fifth round to select Toledo safety Tycen Anderson and his 4.36-second 40-yard dash at the NFL scouting combine.
Bengals Get A "Train-Mover" In Volson As Offensive Line Gets On Track
Bengals position coach Frank Pollack's pursuit of "glass-eaters," became well known during last month's free agency when they signed three starters across the right side of his offensive line. On Saturday during the fourth round of the NFL Draft he added a "train-mover," to the mix when the Bengals took North Dakota State tackle Cordell Volson at No. 136 and promptly made him a guard.
Bengals go O-line in Fourth with Cordell Volson
After watching a raft of tight ends, some offensive linemen and even a punter and a kicker get selected before them in Saturday's fourth round, the Bengals went offense for the first time in the NFL Draft when they selected North Dakota State tackle Cordell Volson with the 136th pick and projected him to play guard.
DE Carter's Moves Mirror Bengals Draft Defensive Blitz
The Bengals went after defense in the first two days of the NFL Draft the way their third-round pick stalks quarterbacks. "I'm always hunting. I look at is as a lion just hunting for his prey," said Florida defensive tackle Zachary Carter after the Bengals took him late Friday night with the 95th pick. "I've got to get to that quarterback. That's what changes games."
Hard-Nosed Taylor-Britt Fits Bengals Culture
After a pre-draft visit to Paul Brown Stadium to meet with Bengals coaches a few weeks ago, Nebraska cornerback Cam Taylor-Britt came away thinking that he might wind up in Cincinnati. "It's crazy because I did," he said as he laughed with reporters Friday night via conference call.
Photos | Bengals Rookies Lead Flag Football Camp
To celebrate the end of the 2021-22 school year, the Bengals visited Whitaker Elementary School in Finneytown to host a Flag In-Schools Celebration Event. Whitaker has been a Bengals Flag In-Schools participant for 2 years. 23 Bengals Rookies joined 12 Kettering Health volunteers to help nearly 400 students through the various football skills & drills stations
Photos | 2022 Bengals Draft Class
Check out the college action of Dax Hill, Cam Taylor-Britt, Zach Carter, Cordell Volson, Tycen Anderson and Jeff Gunter.
Photo Gallery | 2022 NFL Draft: DL Jeff Gunter, Coastal Carolina
Check out the college action from Cincinnati Bengals 7th round pick, DL Jeff Gunter, Coastal Carolina
Bengals Booth Podcast: Finish What Ya Started
It's the "Finish What Ya Started" edition of the Bengals Booth Podcast as we wrap up our draft-specific episodes with two conversations: Director of Player Personnel Duke Tobin and first-round draft pick Dax Hill. Plus, we'll also share some nuggets about a few of the players who are expected to sign with the Bengals as undrafted free agents.
Bengals Booth Podcast: I Love Everybody
It's the "I Love Everybody" edition of the Bengals Booth Podcast as we meet the final three players taken by Cincinnati on Day 3 of the NFL Draft before doing an overview of the entire class with my broadcast partner Dave Lapham.