Week In Review: Boling Retires, Camp Coming Soon

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Week In Review: Boling Retires, Camp Coming Soon

It was an eventful week as Bengals guard Clint Boling announced his retirement. Boling’s career came to an end while a crescendo of praise stretching from Bengals president Mike Brown’s corner office to Duke Tobin’s draft board greeted his retirement at age 30.

A look back at some of the best images in Clint Boling's career with the Bengals.

Hobson's Choice: Oh The Line Dominates Camp Buzz

Training camp opens in a week and Bengals.com Senior Writer Geoff Hobson answers questions from fans in his latest Hobson's Choice. Some of the topics include questions about the offensive blueprint and players who are looking to make a big leap in 2019.

Turner Likes His Options At LG

After losing left tackle Jonah Williams for the year and Boling to retirement, some might be grousing about the rather rude welcome back to the NFL after a two-year stint in Miami with Bengals head coach Zac Taylor in 2012 and 2013. But offensive line coach Jim Turner knows he hasn’t been singled out for the slings and arrows of Shakespeare’s outrageous fortune. He just has to look at his once and future left tackle.

Bengals Tour Welcome Stadium in Advance of First Training Camp Practice

The Bengals visited Dayton on Tuesday to prepare for the team's training camp practice at Welcome Stadium on Saturday, July 27. During the stadium walk-thru, members of the organization worked with Dayton Public Schools officials to determine logistics for both fans and the team.

Hobson's Choice Podcast: Zac Taylor

With his coaching staff still on break and the lone man at his Paul Brown Stadium desk (which can be raised and lowered according to what computer screens he’s finessing), head coach Zac Taylor took a timeout from putting the finishing touches on his first training camp regimen to appear on the latest Hobson’s Choice Podcast.

Bengals Booth Podcast: Life Happens

In the latest Bengals Booth Podcast, broadcasters Dan Hoard and Dave Lapham discuss the significant changes on the team’s offensive line with the retirement of Boling and the injury to Williams.

Other Noteworthy Items

  • The 5th annual NamasDEY event will be held Saturday, July 20 with yoga on the field at Paul Brown Stadium.
  • Countdown To Training Camp includes stories about Dayton fans showing Long-Time Support and Impact Players Returning From Injury
  • Jungle Pass is on sale and moving fast. The $200 mobile-only Jungle Pass includes tickets to 10 Bengals games, eight in the regular season and two in the preseason.

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