Week In Review: Offensive Line Next Steps

191023-Week-In-Review

Week In Review: Offensive Line Next Steps

The Bengals have been resourceful with assembling the offensive line. There are draft picks and veterans. Free agents and waiver wire pickups. A No. 1 pick from last season and a sixth-round pick from last month.

Remember Jonah? Bengals Do As They Line Up Two No. 1s

The return of left tackle Jonah Williams has Bengaldom buzzing about having two first-round picks when the season opens and that includes Hall-of-Famer Anthony Munoz, the greatest left tackle who ever lived during a Bengals career that began 40 years ago.

Dartmouth Rookie CB Sees 'Stars Aligned," In Shot With Bengals

Even though Bengals rookie cornerback Isiah Swann, son of a former bodybuilder, sculpted one of the great Ivy League careers with 17 career interceptions, he still didn't get picked last month in what turned out to be a difficult spring for small-school players to be displayed.

View this post on Instagram

Late 80's vibes 😎

A post shared by Cincinnati Bengals (@bengals) on

Zac Zooms in Bengals' Virtual Meetings

Coaching voice overs on the iPad. No watching meetings in the car. Jeopardy with the defensive backs. Locker room needling without the lockers and look out if you didn't win the national championship game. Such is virtual reality for head coach Zac Taylor and the Bengals in the Zooming '20s.

What The Bengals 2020 Opponents Did In The Offseason

The Bengals have enjoyed one of the most productive offseasons in the league highlighted by the additions of quarterback Joe Burrow, defensive tackle DJ Reader and cornerback Trae Waynes. While many do not know what the 2020 season will look like until closer to September, it is clear where many of the Bengals' opponents stand with their rosters.

Other Noteworthy Items

Related Content

Advertising