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Bynes signed with the Bengals in March as an unrestricted free agent, and adds an experienced veteran voice to a young and revamped Bengals linebacker room ... Previously spent time with Baltimore, Detroit and Arizona ... Has played in 101 career games (47 starts), and has 356 tackles, 4.5 sacks, four INTs, two FFs and two FRs ... Has been part of four top-10 defenses, and four top-10 rush defenses ... Spent last season with Baltimore, and totaled 45 tackles, a sack, four PDs and two INTs ... Originally a college free agent signee of the Ravens in 2011, and bounced between the team's practice squad and active roster for two seasons before developing a steady role on defense.
Joe Burrow And Josh Bynes: Bengals' Two New QBs Leading The Way
It was a very good day for the Bengals' new quarterbacks as they primed their respective units for Friday morning's scrimmage that basically amounts to a pandemic pre-season opener. After Joe Burrow got pilfered by Josh Bynes during the Thursday morning practice, the rookie quarterback who was the NFL's first draft pick of the 2020s, approached the 10-year vet who broke in under Ray Lewis in Baltimore.
Bengals Confident In Revamped Linebacker Position
After a series of free-agent pickups and draft picks, the Bengals head into 2020 with a linebacker room they hope is better equipped to deal with what is trending with NFL offenses. It's an infusion of talent that has Bengals Director of Player Personnel Duke Tobin and defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo excited not just for this season, but for years to come.