|5||Packers||L 22 - 25||1||1|
|4||Jaguars||W 24 - 21||1||1|
|3||@Steelers||W 24 - 10||1||1|
|2||@Bears||L 17 - 20||1||1|
|1||Vikings||W 27 - 24||1||1|
Offensive Line Career
The Bengals' 2019 first-round pick enters second season of action as full-time starting LOT ... Played first NFL season in '20, after missing entire rookie year due to left shoulder injury ... Started 10 games in 2020 before suffering season-ending right knee injury in Game 12 at Miami; recovered in time to participate fully in Cincinnati's '21 offseason program ... Also missed two contests (Games 8-9) due to concussion in 2020 ... His 2019 shoulder injury came late in OTAs, then he spent entire season on Reserve/PUP ... Never missed a game in three seasons (2016-18) at Alabama, starting all 44 possible contests before declaring for NFL Draft ... Was Tide's starting RT as true freshman, before switching to LT for sophomore and junior campaigns ... Helped Crimson Tide to national title game appearances in each of his three seasons with program, including national championship victory in 2017 season.
Jonah Williams News Conference | October 6, 2021
Offensive tackle Jonah Williams discussed the Green Bay Packers defense and his work ethic ahead of Week 5.
Jonah Williams News Conference | September 20, 2021
Bengals offensive tackle Jonah Williams speaks with the media after Week 2 of the 2021 NFL season.
Impact of Frank Pollack On The Offensive Line | GEICO Locker Room
Bengals players and coaches talk about the new energy brought to the offensive line by coach Frank Pollack in this edition of the GEICO Locker Room.
Jonah Williams News Conference | July 30, 2021
Bengals offensive lineman Jonah Williams spoke with the media ahead of day three of training camp.
How The Offensive Line Works As A Unit | Lap's Look
The Bengals offensive line had one of their best quarters of football against the Indianapolis Colts. Dave Lapham breaks down the game tape and shows how cohesion with the offensive line helped achieve success.
GEICO Locker Room: Jonah Williams Excited For Year 2
Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Jonah Williams is back and better than ever heading into his second season. Williams returns from a torn pectoral injury that cost him the 2019 season.
Williams: "That's probably the most fun I've ever had in a walk through, just being back out there with a jersey on"
Rookie left tackle Jonah Williams speaks with the media as he returns to practice for the first time following a shoulder injury he suffered during OTA's in June.
Jonah Williams talks Bengals OTA's and going up against Carlos Dunlap
OT Jonah Williams speaks with the media during the Bengals OTA practices at Paul Brown Stadium.
Cincinnati Bengals offensive lineman Jonah Williams, head coach Zac Taylor discuss Bengals' rookie minicamp
Listen to Cincinnati Bengals rookie offensive lineman Jonah Williams and head coach Zac Taylor discuss their team's rookie minicamp.
Williams: "It's about what I can do to help this team"
Bengals offensive tackle Jonah WIlliams speaks with the media after the first day of rookie minicamp.
NFL Network's Brian Baldinger's top five rookie offensive linemen fits from 2019 NFL Draft
NFL Network's Brian Baldinger ranks his top five team fits for offensive linemen selected in the 2019 NFL Draft.
Bengals Notebook: Defense Putting Up Top Ten Numbers For First Time Since '17; Deep Thoughts; Jonah Finally Meets Steelers As O-Line Seeks Bounce Back Game
While the Bengals offense regrouped, their defense went into Sunday's first division game of the season in Pittsburgh (1 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 12) better suited for an AFC North slugfest than at any time in head coach Zac Taylor's tenure.
Five Potential First Time Pro Bowlers On Offense
When talking about the offense most around Paul Brown Stadium have been quietly optimistic heading into 2021. Here are five players that could take the next step, ascend this season and earn their first Pro Bowl selection.
Jonah Williams Vows "Bringing The Fight," To Bengals Blindside
No one can break down the game of Jonah Williams better than the Bengals left tackle himself. At one time or another since they took him in the first round two years ago, the cerebral, diligent Williams has been, among other things, an Opening Day starter, an advance scout and a sideline confidant at practice for his offensive line mates. So take note of his observations from last season's NFL debut because he has already taken them to heart.
Quick Hits From Zac: Burrow On Pace; Jonah Staying At LT
Bengals head coach Zac Taylor hasn't seen any video of Joe Burrow running or throwing, but he says franchise quarterback is on pace during his rehab for a reconstructed knee.
Breakout Candidates For The Bengals In 2021
A look ahead to players on both sides of the ball with breakout potential in 2021.
Darius Phillips Activated From Reserve/Injured; Jonah Williams Placed on Reserve/Injured
The Bengals today activated CB Darius Phillips from the Reserve/Injured list and placed OT Jonah Williams on Reserve/Injured.
Options Grow On Bengals O-Line
Think back to last month's game in Baltimore when the Bengals offensive line hit the depths. When they return to Maryland to play Washington Sunday (1 p.m.-Cincinnati's Local 12), their front has suddenly found depth with a brew of intriguing possibilities. Maybe the most interesting is they've got two good young left tackles playing their first seasons.
Bengals Offensive Line Seeks Chemistry
With so little work on the field compared to past seasons, offensive line coach Jim Turner indicated the offense is still trying to find out what it can do best. It's the first of October and the offensive line continues to chase after that chemistry that's so elusive even when they have a spring and pre-season games.
Matchup Of The Game: Old Home Opener Pits Bengals' Compelling Rookie Debuts Vs. Chargers
Bengals rookie quarterback Joe Burrow's NFL debut (which also happens to be the debut of left tackle Jonah Williams) Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium against the Chargers (4:05 p.m.-Cincinnati's Local 12) has turned into an intimate, it's-a-small-world-after-all gathering with no fans but plenty of familiar faces. Starting with Chargers sack ace and old friend Joey Bosa.
Reflection Helps The Bengals Offense Transform In 2020
Reflect and transform. Those are big themes for the second-year of the Bengals offense. Head Coach Zac Taylor is excited about the possibilities after a first year of learning and reflecting about the good and bad from 2019.
Quick Hits: Ice Cold Debuts for Joe Burrow And Jonah Williams; DT Daniels Visits Via Detroit Connection
According to Elias, for the first time since 2015, when another overall No. 1 pick, Jameis Winston, teamed with Donovan Smith in Tampa Bay, a rookie quarterback is lining up with basically a rookie left tackle in the opener. That would be the Bengals' Joe Burrow and Jonah Williams. But they won't have a preseason ... If reports are true and the Bengals are on the verge of signing vet defensive tackle Mike Daniels, they got an assist from their new linebackers coach.
Remember Jonah? Bengals Do As They Line Up Two No. 1s
There is Joe Burrow and then there is Jonah Williams, the first tackle taken in the 2019 draft with the 11th pick who lost last year to injury. If you've forgotten why the Bengals took him, offensive line coach Jim Turner hasn't."I feel as good about Jonah Williams as I did the day we drafted him," says Turner of his first draft choice as the Bengals line coach.
Trending Up: Five Potential Breakout Candidates For 2020
A look at some young players who could make a big impact this season.
Jonah Swaps I-Pad For Field
It took a couple of days in December to remember why the Bengals took Alabama left tackle Jonah Williams with the 11th pick in April.
Bengals Clear Jonah Williams For Practice, Sign DaMarkus Lodge To Practice Squad
Jonah Williams, the Bengals' first-round pick (11th overall) in April's draft, has not played this season due to a shoulder injury he suffered in June during OTAs. DaMarkus Lodge (6-2, 203), a rookie out of the University of Mississippi, originally was a college free agent signee of Tampa Bay this year.
Bengals Booth Podcast: Life Happens
In the latest Bengals Booth Podcast, broadcasters Dan Hoard and Dave Lapham discuss the significant changes on the team's offensive line with the retirement of guard Clint Boling and the injury to tackle Jonah Williams.
Bengals Sign First Round Pick Jonah Williams, Second Round Pick Drew Sample
Williams started all 44 possible games in his college career and helped Alabama to appearances in the CFB National Championship Game in each of his three seasons with the program, including a national title in the 2017 season. Sample spent five seasons (2014-18) at Washington, with a redshirt year in '14, and caught 46 career passes for 487 yards and five TDs.
Photo Gallery | Best 2020 Images Of Jonah Williams
Peruse some of the best images of Bengals left tackle Jonah Williams in action from the 2020 season.
Meet the Rookies: Club Seat Member Event
View photos at the annual Club Seat Member Event at Paul Brown Stadium. Bengals season ticket holders came in for a chance to meet the team's 2019 rookie class.
Behind The Scenes: Williams and Sample Sign Contracts
View photos of the Bengals signing offensive tackle Jonah Williams and tight end Drew Sample. Williams was the team's 2019 first round selection, while Sample was picked in the second round.
Best Images of Jonah Williams at Rookie Minicamp
Check out some of the top photos of the Bengals 2019 first round pick Jonah Williams in action at the team's rookie minicamp.