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Considered among the top interior defensive linemen in football, Atkins’ seven Pro Bowl selections (in nine previous seasons) are the most ever by a Bengals defensive player ahead of CB Lemar Parrish (six) ... Led Bengals in sacks (10) for the fifth time in his career in 2018 ... In nine seasons, has finished in at least a share of lead for sacks by an interior defensive lineman five different times — claimed it outright three times (2012, ’16, ’17) and shared it twice (’11 and ’15) ... Entering 2019, Bengals are 8-4 when Atkins records more than one sack, including 6-2 since 2015 and 3-0 in ’18 ... Enters 2019 with 71 career sacks, most by a Bengals interior lineman and 1.5 shy teammate Carlos Dunlap (72.5) for second place on the Bengals’ all-time sack list (DE Eddie Edwards is the franchise’s all-time leader with 83.5).
AFC competes in 'Gridiron Gauntlet' challenge
Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey, Baltimore Ravens linebacker C.J. Mosely, Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins, Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller and Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt compete in the Gridiron Gauntlet challenge at the Pro Bowl Skills Showdown.
Dunlap's return spices emerging pass rush
Carlos Dunlap, the second most prolific sacker in Bengals history, showed up at Paul Brown Stadium for the first time this spring in time for Wednesday’s voluntary practice. But he's taking a backseat to no one in his pledge to lead an emerging pass rush in sacks this season.
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.
Home is sweet for Hubbard
When Sam Hubbard was a student at Cincinnati’s Moeller High School and hadn’t committed to play football at Ohio State, he called Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer and wound up speaking to Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis as well. You wouldn't believe what happened five years later.
Glenn officially lines up
Before the trade for Bills left tackle Cordy Glenn officially went through Wednesday, he pondered his number in Bengals’ stripes as he gazed at the lockers of the offensive line during Tuesday’s brisk meet-and-greet at Paul Brown Stadium. The man who wore No. 77 in Buffalo knows that is not exactly a hidden figure in Cincinnati.