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Offensive Line Career
Greater Cincinnati native (Fairfield, Ohio) and 2021 second-round draft pick joins his hometown Bengals ... Played three seasons (2018-20) at Clemson and served as the Tigers' LOT, however the Bengals list him at G ... Played in 40 career games (27 starts) at Clemson, and in each of his three seasons helped the Tigers to ACC titles and berths in the college football playoff ... Rotational offensive lineman as a freshman, before settling in as No. 1 LOT in final two seasons ... Counts former Bengals OT Willie Anderson as one of his mentors, and worked out with both Anderson and former Bengals offensive line coach Paul Alexander prior to the draft.
Jackson Carman: "It's A Blessing To Be Able To Protect Joe Burrow"
Jackson Carman, the Bengals second round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, met with the media to talk about his return to Cincinnati, protecting quarterback Joe Burrow and reconnecting with his Clemson teammate, wide receiver Tee Higgins.
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.
What Zac Taylor, Joe Burrow And The Bengals Said After The Preseason Game Versus Miami
Bengals head coach Zac Taylor and the players chatted with the media following the team's third and final preseason game.
Jackson Carman: Education Of A Bengals Rookie
As a Cincinnati guy, Bengals rookie guard Jackson Carman will tell you he's been blessed to meet and talk with Bengals Hall-of-Fame left tackle Anthony Munoz down through the years. So that probably made it easier for him to pop the question at the end of practice Tuesday.
Best Bengals.com Stories From The 2021 NFL Draft
The Bengals emerged from the 2021 NFL Draft with quite a haul making 10 selections. Headlined by LSU wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase with the fifth overall pick, the Bengals restocked on both side of the ball. A look back at some of the best features from Bengals.com with the team's draft picks.
25 Years Later, Willie Anderson Still A Force Up Front
The silver anniversary of Willie Anderson's draft finds the NFL's best turn-of-the-century right tackle going full circle. When he was 13 and both a football and basketball prodigy, the fast break Bengals of 1988 helped lure him into following the NFL. Now 13 seasons after taking his last NFL snap, Anderson is becoming an even more familiar figure in Cincinnati in his role as the offensive line's roaming youth national ambassador.
Bengals Sign Second Round Draft Pick Jackson Carman
The Bengals signed rookie G Jackson Carman, the team's second-round draft pick. Carman is a native of Fairfield, Ohio (Fairfield High School), just outside of Cincinnati.
Bengals Notebook: Looking For Many Happy (Punt) Returns; Jacksonian (Carman) Era Begins; DT Shelvin One Of Big Takeaways
The Bengals search for a punt returner began at Friday's rookie minicamp ... Second-rounder Jackson Carman is looking to Indy for inspiration at guard ... LSU defensive tackle Tyler Shelvin arrives as advertised.
Jackson Carman: Bengals Rookie For All Seasons On And Off Field
It turns out Bengals rookie offensive lineman Jackson Carman's tastes are just as varied as the Bengals project his skills across the front.
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 Go Big In AFC North Push Back Draft
The Bengals went historically big in the NFL Draft with seven of their 10 picks linemen.
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.
Big Willie Re-Surfaces 25 Years Later In A Draft As Tobin Dukes Out A Trade For Bengals O-Line
Bengals director of player personnel Duke Tobin had a heck of a good afternoon Friday as the start of the NFL Draft's second round loomed about three hours away. With the edge rushers picked over after a furious end-of-round run and his scouts and offensive line coach Frank Pollack giving high marks on Clemson left tackle Jackson Carman, Tobin called Bengals all-time right tackle Willie Anderson to get his take on one of his prized pupils. Then he pulled off what turned out to be a bountiful trade.
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.
Bengals Stay Home To Draft Massive Clemson Offensive Lineman Jackson Carman
The 6-5, 335-pound Jackson Carman, a product of the Cincinnati suburb of Fairfield, played left tackle the past two seasons but may well kick inside for his first pro assignment with what Ourlads Scouting Services calls "NFL ready power and strength."