Week In Review: A New Look Senior Bowl

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Week In Review: A New Look Senior Bowl

The Senior Bowl, as much of an informal NFL job fair and a leisurely coaches convention as much as it has been a college all-star game in laid-back Mardi Gras Mobile, Ala., has suddenly become none of the above. It is the 2021 version of the NFL scouting combine with Indianapolis' hectic schedule to match. As seen by two Bengals scouts.

Hobson's Choice: What To Do At No. 5 And Other Matters

Bengals.com Senior Writer Geoff Hobson answered questions from fans about options with the No. 5 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, looking at the offensive line and how the team could improve the defense on all three levels.

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Bengals Sticking With Logan Logarithm At Senior Bowl

The Bengals' scaled-down scouting party converged on the Senior Bowl early this week looking for the next Logan Wilson, the prospect that jumps off the tape and smack into your off-season depth chart before landing at the top of the rookie rankings.

Anderson Touts The Other Kenny For The Hall On 40th Anniversary Of MVP Season

Ken Anderson, who along with Tom Brady is the best quarterback not in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, doesn't want to expound on his credentials with the 2021 class set to be unveiled next week without him and with Peyton Manning the day before Brady plays in his 10th Super Bowl. Instead, Anderson touts his teammate, Ken Riley, on the 1981 team celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Bengals' first Super Bowl trip.

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