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Week In Review: Honoring The Past


Week In Review: Honoring The Past

It was a busy week for the Bengals as the franchise announced the formation of a Ring of Honor to recognize former players, coaches and individuals who have played a significant role in the franchise's history and tradition. The first two members of the inaugural class are two of football's all-time greats, Hall of Famers Paul Brown and Anthony Muñoz.

Bengals Legends Step Into The Ring

Leave it to the conscience of Bengaldom, the team's long-time radio analyst and Super Bowl guard Dave Lapham, to sum up the unveiling of the Bengals Ring of Honor. "It's a celebration of greatness and excellence," said Lapham.

Tobin: Bengals Won't Trade Away Chance To Draft "Premier' Player

In a Bengals Booth podcast with play-by-play announcer Dan Hoard and an interview with, Duke Tobin, the club's director of player personnel, said they'll listen to all trade offers ahead of the 2021 NFL Draft. Tobin also addressed a raft of issues including how well free agency has set up the draft. Media Mock Draft: "We Have A Trade..."

Welcome to the second Media Mock Draft of the year, but the first one with a trade. Take a look to see who media members think the Bengals will make a trade with in the 2021 NFL Draft.

Another Thank You Note Eight Years Later As Gio, Bengals Move On

Bernard, one of the most productive running backs and one of the most inspiring players in team history, had such a good pre-draft visit to Paul Brown Stadium that he did what he didn't do for the other interested NFL teams. He wrote thank you notes to Brown, running backs coach Hue Jackson, and offensive coordinator Jay Gruden. Eight years later, he's still thankful. So are the Bengals.

Gio's Release Continues Bengals Roster Revamp

Three weeks after moving on from their most tenured player on defense, the Bengals continued to revamp their roster when they released running back Giovani Bernard, their most tenured offensive player.

With the NFL expanding the regular-season schedule to 17 games, take a look at the Bengals finalized home and away matchups for the 2021 season.

On Silver Anniversary Of His Draft, Bengals Legend Willie Anderson Checks Out Another Big, Young Tackle

On a day people couldn't stop talking about Oregon tackle Penei Sewell's arms, franchise legend and offensive line guru Willie Anderson praised his ankles. And pretty much everything else.

As Hopkins Rehabs, Pollack's Drills Loom For Bengals O-Line

Even though he tore his ACL in the season finale back on Jan. 3, Bengals center Trey Hopkins calls his injured knee the last gift of a malevolent 2020. But he's spent the early part of 2021 turning the calendar back to the good old days as he embraces a smooth rehab and the return of offensive line coach Frank Pollack.