Week In Review: Free Agency Begins

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Week In Review: Free Agency Begins

The Bengals re-signed four free agents and added a cornerback in the first week of free agency. A look at who the Bengals signed at the start of the 2019 free agency period.

Anarumo Makes His First Bengals Catch in Webb

The Bengals on Thursday signed unrestricted free agent cornerback B.W. Webb to a three-year contract. Webb (5-11, 190), a sixth-year player in 2019, spent last season with the N.Y. Giants.

New Scheme Counting on C.J. Uzomah's Versatility

The first glimpse of what head coach Zac Taylor and offensive coordinator Brian Callahan are putting into the Bengals’ new playbook appeared Thursday at Paul Brown Stadium when tight end C.J. Uzomah re-upped for three more years.

Brown Comes Home For Comeback

The Bengals’ new defensive staff came in looking for intangibles, the kind that are in scouting reports and not headlines, and that’s a big reason why starting middle linebacker Preston Brown signed a three-year deal Wednesday.

Bengals Get A Deal With Hart

Bobby Hart got on the plane in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Monday night feeling like he did when he got drafted in the seventh round by the Giants four years ago. But now he’s a ripe old 24, a veteran of four NFL seasons and the right tackle the Bengals believe can help the Zac Taylor Era get off on the right foot.

Bengals Re-Sign Brandon Wilson

The Bengals re-signed S Brandon Wilson to a one-year contract. Wilson, who will be a third-year player in 2019, joined the Bengals as a sixth-round draft pick in 2017 and has played in 24 games over his first two seasons.

NFL Contest To Award 2 Season Tickets For 100 Years

In what the NFL is calling a ''Fantennial'' celebration, the league will present two season tickets for the next century to a contest winner as part of the 100th season of play.

Media Mock Draft 3.0

Senior Writer Geoff Hobson presents the third edition of the 2019 Bengals.com Media Mock. The Bengals will have the No. 11 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.

Mock Draft Round-Up: After The Combine

Once the conclusion of the NFL Scouting Combine hits, mock drafts everywhere start to drastically change. Pundits everywhere take into account the latest Combine results, news, and rumors as they attempt to predict how the 2019 NFL Draft will pan out.

Five Building Blocks For 2019

One of the quickest ways for any team to improve is to develop players already on the roster. A look at five position groups already in place to help the Bengals enjoy success under Zac Taylor.

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