Carson Palmer Knows The Grind And Joe Burrow "Is The Right Guy To Be Going Through This Mentally"
Carson Palmer, who fought through it twice to win on Opening Day, won't be surprised to see Joe Burrow take that first snap of the season like he did when he quarterbacked the Bengals to a 23-10 victory in the 2006 opener at Kansas City: "Joe's in great hands. If you combine that with the desire and the work ethic and the want-to, which Joe will, it's a great recipe."
Week In Review: Burrow's Next Steps
Joe Burrow returned to Cincinnati and detailed the next steps in his rehab from reconstructive knee surgery. Burrow also talked about the excitement with Zac Taylor and the offense and how he looks to improve on throwing the deep ball. Also, the return of Frank Pollack as the offensive line coach, a pair of Bengals greats inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame and the latest Hobson's Choice.
Old School Scribe Podcast: Lap's Look At Lap
We begin celebrating the 40th anniversary of the 1981 Super Bowl season the only way possible. In an Old School Scribe podcast with Bengals radio legend Dave Lapham, the Bengal who started their first Super Bowl and called their latest. One of Paul Brown's coveted heady players, Lap recalls how Brown giving him two grades on each of his tests set the stage for his education in the game.