Week In Review: Walk The Line


Week In Review: Walk The Line

The 2021 NFL Draft is in the books and the Bengals introduced all 10 draft picks with seven of the selections offensive and defensive linemen. Check out a few behind-the scenes vignettes from the weekend on how the Bengals attacked this most unusual of drafts.

Hobson's Choice: Bengals Walked Both Lines In Draft

Bengals.com Senior Writer Geoff Hobson answered questions from fans after the draft about how the picks fit into the offensive and defensive schemes, position versatility and who else could be added before training camp.

Analysts Give High Marks To Bengals Draft Class

The 2021 NFL Draft is complete with all 259 picks officially in the books. Here's a roundup of what NFL draft analysts are saying about the Bengals draft class.

Bengals Go Big In AFC North Push Back Draft

After this mosh pit of a draft, after this seven rounds through the mud, after bench pressing the weekend, it appeared the Bengals had muscled through an NFL Draft like they never had before by selecting seven linemen on each side of the ball.

Bengals Draft Picks By The Numbers

The Bengals unveiled the jersey numbers of their 2021 draft class and they literally ran the gamut with LSU wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase taking No. 1 for the first time in franchise history and college teammate Tyler Shelvin hauling down No. 99.

Bengals Rookie Kicker Follows In Shayne Graham's Footstep

The Bengals hope Shayne Graham, their most accurate kicker in history, has hit again. After coaching fifth-round pick Evan McPherson at Florida, Graham says, "I believe he's going to evolve into a premier NFL kicker," and "He hits the ball better now than I did in my prime."

A look at the Bengals 17 Ring Of Honor Nominees through the years.

17 Former Players From Every Era Highlight The Bengals First Ring Of Honor Ballot

A slate of 17 former players, one for every game of the new expanded schedule, goes in front of Bengals season-ticket holders later this month to decide which two join team founder Paul Brown and Pro Football Hall of Fame left tackle Anthony Muñoz in the Ring's inaugural class. 

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