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Week In Review: Mock Drafts, New Defensive Identity


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The Bengals hired Lou Anarumo as its new defensive coordinator. Anarumo is a 30-year coaching veteran with the last seven coming in the defensive backfields of the Giants and Dolphins. Find out what Anarumo will bring to the Bengals defense and how he's an ideal coach for head coach Zac Taylor.

From the 2018 season, a look back at some of the best player entrances at Paul Brown Stadium.

Bengals Defense Now Skipping To Lou

Taylor likes the fact that Anarumo has worked in various 4-3 schemes that has some similarities to the scheme the Bengals ran so effectively under Mike Zimmer with the Double A gap blitz and taking advantage of press corners. A deeper dive into what Anarumo's coaching style and strategy will be next season for the Bengals.

5 Fun Facts: Get To Know Brian Callahan

For offensive coordinator Brian Callahan to carve out a football coaching career of his own, he needed to create his unique path thanks to building strong working relationships and thinking outside-the-box as a teacher. Learn more about the Bengals' new offensive coodinator and what he brings to the sidelines.

Taylors Pressed For Success

Press Taylor, one of the men credited with the biggest trick play in Super Bowl history known as "Philly Special," via his photographic memory dubbed "Press's vault," by his fellow assistants on the Eagles' coaching staff, is just like the rest of us. He's intrigued to know what kind of playbook older brother Zac assembles in his first year as head coach of the Bengals. A look at Zac and Press Taylor and how their relationship has pushed each other to NFL success.

Media Mock Draft 2.0

The NFL convenes at the scouting combine next week and Senior Writer Geoff Hobson presents the second edition of the 2019 Media Mock. The Bengals will have the No. 11 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.

Mock Draft Round Up

Find out who national media outlets believe the Bengals will select in the 2019 NFL Draft. Media outlets include ESPN, CBS Sports,, SB Nation, Pro Football Focus and Bleacher Report.

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