A Bengals fourth-round pick in 2019, Wren returns in 2021 after his '20 campaign was lost to a season-ending right quad injury early in training camp ... As a rookie in 2019, played in 11 games (two starts) and added depth to the interior of the defensive line before a left hip injury ended his season in December .... Touted as a massive (6-5, 318) interior lineman with position versatility — played mostly at nose tackle in college at Arizona State, but Bengals have played him at multiple positions along the interior of the DL.
Three Bengals Cleared To Practice
Bengals WR Riley Lees, HB Pooka Williams and DT Renell Wren all passed physicals today and have been cleared to practice.
Bengals Make Player Moves Ahead Of Camp
The Bengals today made the following player moves ahead of the start of training camp.
Bengals Place DT Renell Wren On The Reserve/Injured list, John Ross Activated
The Bengals placed DT Renell Wren on the Reserve/Injured list, and activated WR John Ross from the Reserve list.
Trending Up: Five Potential Breakout Candidates For 2020
A look at some young players who could make a big impact this season.
Wren Looks To Reach Peak In NFL
Moments after Cincinnati selected Renell Wren in the fourth round of this year's draft (125th overall), Bengals' defensive line coach Nick Eason shared a nickname for the 6'5", 318 pound tackle. "I call him 'Mount Wren,'" said Eason.
Come Together: Bengals Rookies, Veterans Get To Know Each Other
Helping the young players get acclimated to life in the NFL as quick as possible is a dynamic all 32 NFL teams face. Fortunately for the Bengals, the veterans have developed a path to assist the rookies on-and-off the field and inevitably, team success.