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Frank Pollack in 2021 enters his 15th season as an NFL coach, and his second overall with Cincinnati. He previously served as Bengals offensive line coach in 2018, and now returns to that post — with the added distinction of run game coordinator — after spending the last two seasons (2019-20) with the N.Y. Jets.
Training Camp Report: New-Look Bengals Offensive Line Digs In
Even though their new right side has yet to line up in team drills, the culture shift on the revamped, re-built and re-invigorated Bengals offensive line continued to dig in during Friday's training camp on the Paul Brown Stadium practice fields.
Bengals Offensive Line Flexing New Leadership With Help From Familiar Face
Journeyman quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick's 17-year run through the NFL that coincided with the league's rise to cultural prominence through its kaleidoscope of platforms even has an impact on a Bengals offensive line flexing new-found leadership. "The ultimate teammate. My favorite teammate of all-time," said new center Ted Karras after Tuesday's voluntary practice.
Improving Jackson Carman Has The Bengals Humming
Jackson Carman, the fast-tracking homegrown rookie right guard and man for all seasons who can also play tackle, sing country and play classical, may have to multi-task again if he gets his first NFL start against the Steelers Sunday (1 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 12) in the Bengals' annual jam session at Heinz Field.
Bengals Offensive Line Embraces Pollack's Player Approach
Frank Pollack's musical mix matches what he's got going on in the Bengals offensive line room, where the players swear by him and, maybe just as importantly, where his wall adjoins the office of head coach Zac Taylor. Pollack, 53, an old school plug-and-play NFL guard sifted out of the 1990 sixth round and Northern Arizona, is making music with new age analytical offensive linemen like Jonah Williams, the Bengals' cerebral left tackle.
Bengals Spend Draft Friday In Trenches And More Work Looms With Seven Saturday Picks
The Bengals did what they had to do in Friday's second and third rounds of the NFL Draft and stayed in the trenches with Clemson left tackle Jackson Carman and Texas edge rusher Joseph Ossai, respectively.
The Cincinnati-bred Carman is poised to block for another overall No. 1 pick after watching teammate Trevor Lawrence go to Jacksonville and Ossai is looking to build on his collegiate sack of Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow.
Find Out What Zac Taylor, Frank Pollack and Jackson Carman Said After Round Two
Bengals head coach Zac Taylor, offensive line coach Frank Pollack and Jackson Carman, the team's second round pick, spoke with the media after round two. Find out what they said as the Bengals added to their offensive line.
As Hopkins Rehabs, Pollack's Drills Loom For Bengals O-Line: 'It Makes The Games Easier'
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.
Bengals Take Another Run At Pollack As O-Line Coach
A year ago Bengals running back Joe Mixon gave his touchdown ball against the Jets to New York offensive line coach Frank Pollack to thank him for his help during the biggest season of his career. Now Pollack is going to be giving him the ball as the Bengals new offensive line coach, an announcement head coach Zac Taylor made Saturday after also giving Pollack the title of run game coordinator.