Week In Review: Fashion Week

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Week In Review: Fashion Week

The Bengals introduced their new uniforms that saluted their 20th century roots during a blaze of 21st century media featuring players modeling seven of a possible nine ensembles in a slick video rather than on an improvised runway.

Bengals New Stripes: Bold, Sleek, Iconic

The Bengals unveiled their New Stripes, debuting a fresh, clean and modern uniform design with elements that unite the team's past and future. Learn more about the Bengals' first major uniform change in 17 years, and the fourth significant uniform redesign in team history.

Presented by Tide, check out the Bengals new uniforms from the team's photo shoot. This marks the Bengals' first major uniform change in 17 years, and the fourth significant uniform redesign in team history.

Social Media Reaction To The Bengals New Uniforms

The Bengals New Stripes are in and the players and fans took to social media to share their feelings about the new uniforms. Check out some of the best posts after the new uniforms were released to the public.

Presented by Tide, the Bengals new uniforms are a head-to-toe, eye-catching look. Check out the uniform details for all three jerseys and pants.

Burrow, Back On The Run And In The Pocket, Steaming Through Rehab

Cris Collinsworth, one of the greatest receivers in Bengals history, made a modern-day connection when he went long with quarterback Joe Burrow in a 30-minute Pro Football Focus podcast. Burrow told Collinsworth he's been throwing for more than a week from a drop as well as flinging play-action passes to a hearty band of stationary equipment managers.

Burrow's Focus Has Collinsworth Recalling His Two Bengals QBs

Maybe no one is better acquainted with Bengals quarterback history than Collinsworth. He has first-hand knowledge. Make that both hands. He caught 1,000-yard seasons from both Ken Anderson and Boomer Esiason, the Bengals NFL MVPs, and he sees a common thread with No. 9 Joe Burrow.

Bengals Notebook: Perine Pegged For Extended Role; Fans Convince Tee To Keep No. 85

Duke Tobin sees Samaje Perine getting an extended role behind Joe Mixon... Bengals wide receiver Tee Higgins is torn. But after listening to fans he's going to stick with uniform jersey No. 85 ... Despite a rule change, Darrin Simmons says recovering an onside kick still depends on the strength of the kick ... The Bengals find out when they play who on May 12.

Bengals Say They Won't Stray Far From Universe Of Top Prospects As Draft Orbits Burrow

With the first round of the NFL Draft less than a week away, director of player personnel Duke Tobin indicated the Bengals know "the universe" of players from which they'll select with that first pick.

Bengals Draft Room Looks To Turn Challenges Into Riches Again

As they put the final strands of hay in the barn for next weekend with more than 300 virtual phone calls to prospects, the Bengals are Zooming into the homestretch of the most challenging NFL Draft since the advent of the laptop in the early 1980s.

Jersey Numbers Revealed For New Bengals Players

After a busy free agency period, the Bengals announced the jersey numbers of the players they've acquired this offseason. 

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