Week In Review: Vets Finish Spring Meetings

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Week In Review: Vets Finish Spring Meetings

The Bengals veterans closed their last week of virtual meetings with the coaches in what is shaping up to be one of their most well-prepared teams when it comes to the playbook currently on file. It marks the first time in three years the Bengals have studied the same offensive and defensive playbooks in back-to-back offseasons. That means something.

Evans' Idea And The Hopeful Next Steps

Linebacker Jordan Evans had been talking about the idea with his dad a few weeks before the marching in the streets. His idea is education. A course on diversity in middle and high schools. Last week during the Bengals' virtual team meeting that sliced open jagged thoughts into raw emotion on the subject of what to do next in the battle for the high ground of social justice, Evans' idea resonated.

Daniels Looks To Take The Next Step With Aid Of Bill Walsh Fellowship

Mike Daniels is a self-confessed young man in a hurry. And now his single-minded sprint has had a head-on with history during the past few days when he popped into the Bengals' virtual picture last week as one of the coaches in the Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship program.

Bengals Working With Three Coaches In NFL's Minority Fellowship Program

The Bengals coaching staff is welcoming three coaches to work with the team as interns as part of this year's Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship program. Kenny-Ray Augustus, Mike Brown and Mike Daniels will assist the coaching staff during the final stages of the team's virtual offseason program this month.

Who Could Be The Bengals Offensive MVP In 2020?

Bengals.com writers Geoff Hobson and Michael LaPlaca, along with broadcasters Dan Hoard and Dave Lapham, share their thoughts on who could be the team's offensive most valuable player in 2020.

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