Week In Review: Focus On Free Agency
In the latest "Week In Review," the Bengals prepare for the start of free agency as Bengals director of player personnel Duke Tobin in his first media availability of the offseason made it clear that the team will not to shy away from making news when free agency starts next week.
From Quarantine To Contract For Brandon Allen
The one-year deal Brandon Allen signed this week may even come with a space in the main locker room after he appeared to cap his rise from Bengals quarantine quarterback to primary back-up quarterback during Joe Burrow's rehab. Allen won't go that far, but it certainly looks to be a promotion.
Bengals Keep Tag, Flexibility As Free Agency Looms
The Bengals showed a glimpse of the cards they're going to play in free agency next week when the deadline to issue the franchise designation came and went. They didn't use it as they cemented rare financial flexibility in a league facing a reduced salary cap for the first time in history.
Tobin Lines Up Bengals For Most Mysterious Draft Since Merger
With pro days beginning in earnest this week, this year's version of campus workouts signal the Bengals are entering the next phase of the biggest unknown draft in the 50 years of the NFL merger, Tobin is vowing to find the age-old answers despite the limits of a pandemic-laced process.
Hobson's Choice: D-Days Of Decisions, Deadlines, Drafts
Bengals.com Senior Writer Geoff Hobson answers questions from fans in ahead of free agency and the 2021 NFL Draft.
Peruse some of the best images of Bengals left tackle Jonah Williams in action from the 2020 season.
Ageless Teenager Harris Keeps Snapping Deep Into Bengals Record Book
One of the reasons Clark Harris just signed up for another year as the Bengals long snapper is because he says he still has the mindset of a teenager. Which is about right because the kids who were born when the Packers took him in the seventh round of the 2007 draft are now teenagers.