Week In Review: Bengals Draft Kicks Off With Williams

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Week In Review: Bengals Draft Kicks Off With Williams

With their first pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Bengals selected offensive tackle Jonah Williams at No. 11 overall. Bengals.com Senior Writer Geoff Hobson gives an inside look at team's selection process of Williams.

Bengals Welcome Football Junkie

Butch Jones, the former University of Cincinnati and Tennessee head coach who spent last year on Nick Saban's staff at Alabama, sums up new Bengals offensive lineman Jonah Williams pretty simply..."He loves football," said Jones. "He is a football junkie."

Find out more about the Bengals' new offensive tackle and his terrific work ethic and character.

5 Things To Know About Jonah Williams

Known for his cerebral nature and versatility, Jonah Williams, an offensive tackle from the University of Alabama, becomes an important piece to the Bengals offensive puzzle.

Here are the five things to know about the Bengals' 2019 first round pick.

Bengals Defense Breaks Fast

It's a new playbook under defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo with new terminology and new energy. What Anarumo is trying to build this week is a set-it-in-stone-black-and-white playbook. 

Andy & JJ Dalton Treat Parents to a Date Night

Andy Dalton and his wife, JJ, treated the parents of seriously ill and physically challenged children to a special dinner. The Andy & JJ Dalton Foundation's fifth annual Date Night community outreach program took place on Monday at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza. Parents enjoyed an all-expense-paid dinner at Orchids at Palm Court while their kids were entertained by Andy, JJ and Skidaddles child care.  

Camp Zac Offers Fresh Start For Vets

Zac Taylor, the Bengals rookie head coach who prides himself on detail and execution, did a little of both to get his first practice off the ground Tuesday when he opened a three-day voluntary minicamp on the Paul Brown Stadium practice field.

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