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Cincinnati native (Archbishop Moeller High School) and former Ohio State Buckeye was a third-round draft pick of the Bengals in 2018 and had a productive rookie season ... Played in all 16 games and saw time as a rotational defensive lineman, playing 508 of 1129 possible defensive snaps (45 percent) ... Played primarily as a DE, but also saw time at DT in nickel packages ... Had six sacks (third on team), a FF and a FR ... Helped seal win vs. Miami when he recovered a Ryan Tannehill fumble (forced by DE Carlos Dunlap) late in the fourth quarter and returned it 19 yards for a score ... In college at OSU, played in 40 games (22 starts) and totaled 116 career tackles, including 29.5 for losses and 17 sacks (15th in school history) ... Played safety in high school, where he helped Moeller to back-to-back state titles as a junior and senior, before switching to DE at OSU.
Flowers, Worley lead CFA list
With the first of three rookie minicamp practices set for Friday afternoon, the Bengals announced the signing of 10 undrafted free agents. South Florida quarterback Quinton Flowers made the switch to running back and Ohio State linebacker Chris Worley (above) joined fellow Buckeye rookies Billy Price and Sam Hubbard.
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.
Shades of '12 draft gets defensive
It has kind of a whiff of 2012. The Bengals would love that, if this weekend’s draft turned out like that one since it yielded six starters or regulars and doubled the standard of three for each draft. It was a big lift for the 2011 team’s surprising play-off appearance and helped set the table for those five straight post-season runs. Like the ’12 draft, this one was defined by trades.
Lippincott goes to other side of the aisle with Hubbard selection
Jim Lippincott, the Bengals’ former director of football operations who scouted their prospects for 20 years, is now on the other side of the aisle after they selected Ohio State defensive end Sam Hubbard Friday night in the third round.
We haven’t seen Teryl Austin much at all this offseason, his first as the Bengals defensive coordinator. But when he surfaced late Friday night in the media room with three of his position coaches from all three levels of his defense, it was a little bit clearer how he plans to take them to the next level.
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.