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Glenn in 2019 enters his second Bengals season, and brings dependability, versatility and a veteran presence to Cincinnati’s offensive line ... Acquired in a trade with Buffalo in 2018 offseason, and started 13 games games at LOT in ’18 (missed three games due to back injury) as Bengals ushered in four new starters along the offensive line ... Helped HB Joe Mixon rush for AFC-best 1168 yards in 2018... Originally a second-round draft pick of Buffalo in 2012, and served as Bills’ No. 1 LOT from ’12-17 ... Also has ability to play G, and spent time there during Bengals 2019 offseason program ... Played collegiately at Georgia, where in his first three seasons he lined up alongside Bengals LG Clint Boling.
Countdown To Training Camp: Flying Under-the Radar
With the Bengals six days away from the start of training camp, Bengals.com presents a series of articles examining various storylines and things to know. The latest installment looks at some of the under-the-radar players who are critical to the team’s success this season.
Notebook: Green Likes Uptempo Look; Taylor Wants Execution to Catch Up; Glenn On Guard
After the Bengals’ first practice of spring Monday, wide receiver A.J. Green (toe) admitted we probably won’t see him until the first day of training camp. But he can’t wait after watching what new head coach Zac Taylor has done to the scheme. “The sky’s the limit for this offense,” Green said.
Bengals Eye Friendly Offense
On the first day of what the Bengals hope is an offensive renaissance, Andy Dalton said he’s blessed to have three former quarterbacks as coaches. But in the middle of all this QB talk, the left tackle may have had the most interesting take on the new offense when Cordy Glenn said how much liked the “O-line friendly scheme,” introduced Tuesday by Taylor and new line coach Jim Turner.
Ced gets another say
Scrutiny is mandatory for offense
Just the presence of the very large Cordy Glenn at left tackle at Tuesday's start of mandatory minicamp is evidence of the effort to shore up the offense since he arrived via trade for a first-rounder. But the hopes of a little-used role player also reflect how this offense may be changed by as much philosophy as looks. Remember Ryan Hewitt, the forgotten fullback?
Daltons Raise $220,000 at 'Night to Pass it On' Event
The Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation hosted 250 guests at its first ever Night to Pass It On event at Music Hall on Friday, June 1. More than $220,000 was raised to support the Foundation’s five programs, which provide daily support, opportunities, resources and life-changing experiences to seriously ill and physically-challenged children and their families.
Hobson's Choice: walking the line in the draft
Bengaldom hopes their team walked the line well in last week's NFL Draft. They went offensive line in the first round and then in the last round. Mississippi's Rod Taylor waited a long time to get picked, but he may have enough versatility to stay around longer than that.
Competition opens on O-line
The Bengals get on the field for the first time Monday for walk-through and drills and that means the offensive line is going to get another jolt of the change in culture new offensive line coach Frank Pollack is introducing to the position after drafting two players.
Shades of '12 draft gets defensive
It has kind of a whiff of 2012. The Bengals would love that, if this weekend’s draft turned out like that one since it yielded six starters or regulars and doubled the standard of three for each draft. It was a big lift for the 2011 team’s surprising play-off appearance and helped set the table for those five straight post-season runs. Like the ’12 draft, this one was defined by trades.
Dalton eager to learn new offense
Andy Dalton and his Bengals return to Paul Brown Stadium Monday for voluntary off-season workouts and their quarterback hasn’t felt like this since he was a rookie. The unknown again excites him. All Dalton really knows is that he’s seen enough coaching changes to realize the Bengals offense is underdoing its biggest overhaul since he and offensive coordinator Jay Gruden arrived together in 2011.
Fittingly, Bengals, Bills go national as 2018 preseason schedule released
Bills fans get to thank Tyler Boyd and Andy Dalton in person when the Bengals travel to Buffalo for the dress rehearsal third pre-season game to be nationally-televised by Fox. Set for Sunday, Aug. 26 (4 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 19), the Buffalo trip is the centerpiece of the pre-season schedule released Wednesday by the NFL.