NFL Scouting Combine
Sights And Sounds From The NFL Combine
Take a behind-the-scenes look at the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine with the Bengals.
Long Day's Journey Into Night At Combine
Quick Hits: Foes, Mates Salute Burrow; Back-Up QB Debate; Big LBs Still A Must; Don't Forget Last Year's No. 1
Joe Burrow's teammates and foes who surfaced this week at the NFL scouting combine raved about the draft''s presumptive No. 1 pick ... Would the Bengals try to find a vet backup QB if they draft Burrow? ... Why big linebackers are still a must ... Former 'Bama teammate offers scouting report on Jonah Williams.
Bengals Seek Backers Of All Kinds
The Bengals linebackers room is about to undergo a massive change and it could start a good month before the NFL draft when they eye a raft of veterans as free agency opens March 18. It sounds like they're looking for a quarterback on defense, too, whether from the college ranks or the NFL.
Quick Hits: Bengals In All-Out Player Hunt; No Panic On O-Line; Fewer Snaps For Geno, Maybe More For Phillips
"We're way ahead," said defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo here Wednesday at the NFL scouting combine while noting his staff already has their list of pro day visits scheduled. "I've never been this far into the college guys in all my years in the NFL watching them ... We made an emphasis that this is the player acquisition period and nothing else matters to us."
Burrow At Ease In Cincy Pocket If Bengals Call
After a career that saw Joe Burrow secure Ohio's Mr. Football for a win starved Athens High School program he carried to the state championship game and winning the Heisman Trophy in LSU's national championship season, his fresh letter-jacket face is clearly used to being on the front of a franchise.
Quick Hits: 'Manufactured Narrative,' Unlikely Trade At The Top; 'Active Offseason' Includes Free Agency
Bengals Director of Player Personnel Duke Tobin challenged what he called "a manufactured narrative," that has emerged about his team during the past month when he met the media Tuesday at the NFL scouting combine.
Bengals Prime For Combine (Don't Forget The Defense)
The Bengals head to Indianapolis this weekend for the first prime time NFL scouting combine with the No. 1 pick in hand in what looks to be a first ballot coronation for LSU quarterback Joe Burrow. But it's also a major event for the Bengals defense and its staff as coordinator Lou Anarumo continues to develop his hybrid 3-4 scheme that began to get settled last year as his first season moved on and they hope to have a big haul picking at the top of every round.
Rodney Heath To Represent The Bengals At The 1st NFL Legends Community Coaching Clinic
Former cornerback Rodney Heath will be representing the Bengals at the first NFL Legends Community Coaching Clinic Feb. 22-23 in Indianapolis during the Scouting Combine. The goal of the NFL Legends Community coaching clinic is to help former players develop as football coaches.