Bengals Notebook: Chase Shows Up As Advertised; Higgins Bodies Up; Mixon Shows Rookies The Way
If it hadn't been Joe Burrow and his rehab all the time every day and how sharply he has thrown the ball, the top story of the Bengals Spring would have been the polished professionalism and eye-catching versatility of first-round pick Ja'Marr Chase.
Bengals Roster Battles Begin As Spring Ends; Taylor, Pooka In Classic Vet-Rookie Matchup at WR/PR
When Bengals president Mike Brown convened his coaches and player personnel staff for Wednesday's annual last-day-of spring roster outlook, no doubt they had special teams coordinator Darrin Simmons' mantra in mind.
Bengals Notebook: Camp Bates Rousing Success; Taylor Senses Schemes Taking Foothold; Back Home In Indiana
Camp Bates broke early at Paul Brown Stadium Tuesday and free safety Jessie Bates III, the Bengals' NFL Players Association rep who along with other team leaders helped facilitate the workouts with Bengals head coach Zac Taylor, couldn't have been happier.
Burrow Ends Spring Fling Dealing; "We were clicking"
Joe Burrow ended his spring session the way he began it. Dealing. Burrow went flinging into summer hitting all of his passes in a brisk seven-on-seven session of quick throws and check-downs that turned out to be the final set of scrimmage snaps of the mandatory minicamp.