At Michigan Chris Evans was a four-year letterman, appearing in 42 games in his Michigan career with six starts (one at wide receiver). 2017 All-Big Ten honorable mention by the coaches, Evans carried the ball 320 times for 1,795 yards (5.6 avg.) with 15 touchdowns in his career. He hauled in 49 catches for 479 yards (9.8 avg.) and two touchdowns in his career. Evans had three career 100-yard rushing efforts, including a career-best 191 yards and two rushing TDs against Minnesota (Nov. 4, 2017).
Bengals Rookie RB Evans Catching The Rebound
You have guys who are the son of a coach and guys who are a coach on the field and guys who are a coach in waiting. But in rookie running back Chris Evans, the Bengals already have a guy who actually has been a coach for almost as long as he's played the game.
Bengals Sign Seven Draft Picks
The Bengals today signed seven draft picks — DE Cam Sample, DT Tyler Shelvin, OT D'Ante Smith, K Evan McPherson, C/G Trey Hill, HB Chris Evans and DE Wyatt Hubert. The team also signed veteran free agent WR Trent Taylor.
Rookie Minicamp Quick Hits: Chase Likes Footing On and Off Field; RB Evans Catching On Fast; Ossai Continues To Inspire With New Number
After his first Bengals practice Friday morning inside the confines of Paul Brown Stadium, first-round pick Ja'Marr Chase sounded comfortable operating around both his new hash marks and Cincinnati streets ... Michigan running back Chris Evans did nothing to dispel his tag as a sixth-round steal.
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.
Ton Of Work Yields 'BMG' Draft For Bengals
A few behind-the scenes vignettes from the weekend on how the Bengals attacked this most unusual of drafts:
Bengals Notebook: Doing 'The Mixon,' As Rookies Already Take Note Of The Vets; Senior Bowl Looms Large On Board
The new guys are watching the old guys. Like the Bengals' last two picks in Saturday's NFL Draft. While Michigan running back Chris Evans' teammates practiced a move called "The Mixon," in honor of Bengals running back Joe Mixon, seventh-rounder Wyatt Hubert of Kansas State has been copying edge rusher Trey Hendrickson's game.
Bengals Go Big In AFC North Push Back Draft
The Bengals went historically big in the NFL Draft with seven of their 10 picks linemen.