|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
Cincinnati's No. 1 C since 2019 started 15 games in 2021, but suffered a torn left ACL in the season finale ... Was slotted as a reserve OL entering 2019 training camp, then won the starting C job with strong preseason ... Considered among the top performers on the offensive line in his two seasons as the starting C, and earned a contract extension late in 2019 (through '22) ... Originally a Bengals college free agent signee in 2014, he battled injuries and bounced between the Bengals' roster and practice squad his first three seasons (2014-16) ... Served as Cincinnati's No. 1 RG in 2017, then served as a key reserve in '18 and started nine games at three different positions as an injury replacement ... Has played in 61 career games (52 starts) entering 2021, and has started multiple games at all three interior OL positions.
"We're All Excited To Get At It" | GEICO Locker Room
In the latest GEICO Locker Room, Bengals head coach Zac Taylor, quarterback Joe Burrow, defensive end Sam Hubbard and center Trey Hopkins talk about the excitement surrounding the start of training camp.
Trey Hopkins News Conference | July 28, 2021
Bengals center Trey Hopkins spoke with the media ahead of training camp.
Tyler Boyd, Brandon Allen & Trey Hopkins Turn Their Focus To The Dallas Cowboys | GEICO Locker Room
Wide receiver Tyler Boyd, quarterback Brandon Allen and center Trey Hopkins look ahead to a home showdown against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 14. Presented by GEICO.
3 Players Crucial Leadership Going Into Final Games of 2020 Season | Who Dey Conversations
Dan Hoard, Dave Lapham and Geoff Hobson look at three Bengals who the team will rely on heavily in the final six regular season games for their leadership and experience in the latest Who Dey Conversations.
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.
One-on-One: Trey Hopkins on signing a 3-year contract
Bengals.com's Marisa Contipelli sits down with Trey Hopkins after the center signed a 3-year contract with the Bengals, and talks about this season and looking ahead to 2020.
Hopkins: "You have pride to play for, you have your competitive spirits to drive you"
Center Trey Hopkins meets with the media as the Bengals return back from the bye week.
Hopkins: "You watch film and then you have to move on"
Center Trey Hopkins discusses the team's performance following the week two game against the San Francisco 49ers.
Hopkins: "I'm happy the coaches trust me to handle that responsibility"
Bengals G Trey Hopkins discusses his role as the team's starting center.
Hopkins on Steelers: "It's always a big game for us"
G Trey Hopkins speaks with the media ahead of Cincinnati's regular season finale against Pittsburgh.
Hopkins: "There's not any slouches coming up."
Trey Hopkins speaks on finishing out the season.
Quick Hits: Bengals Hopkins Has Been In Vikes' Vaunted Double A Gap; Zac Taylor Calls On Noises To Go Off
The lone offensive lineman left from the days the Bengals practiced daily against Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer's vaunted Double A Gap blitz is The Nerve Center, better known as center Trey Hopkins. Hopkins makes his third straight Opening Day start and offense-leading 53rd Bengals start Sunday (1 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 19) against the Minnesota scheme last seen in Cincinnati in 2017, when current Vikings senior defensive assistant Paul Guenther was the Bengals defensive coordinator.
Quick Hits: Burrow Ripped And Ready; Hopkins Easing In
Before Wednesday's first practice of training camp, Joe Burrow not only pronounced himself 100 percent, but he looked like he spent his offseason in the weight room.
As Hopkins Rehabs, Pollack's Drills Loom For Bengals O-Line: 'It Makes The Games Easier'
Even though he tore his ACL in the season finale back on Jan. 3, Bengals center Trey Hopkins calls his injured knee the last gift of a malevolent 2020. But he's spent the early part of 2021 turning the calendar back to the good old days as he embraces a smooth rehab and the return of offensive line coach Frank Pollack.
Uzomah's Not So Trivial Pursuit On Rehab Trail With Burrow And Hopkins
Tight end C.J. Uzomah, who caught Andy Dalton's last Bengals touchdown pass and Joe Burrow's first, had a not so trivial question for Burrow the other day.
The Envelope Please For Bengals.com Honors
Bengals.com hands out its MVP, top rookie awards, play of the year and other honors.
Hopkins Explicitly Puts His Words Into Actions Front And Center
Center Trey Hopkins, the rock in the middle of a shifting Bengals offensive line, wrote the team's mission statement for social justice before the season began with input from his mates. As a voice in the partnership with the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center's Implicit Bias Experiences program, he has Zoomed with students to put those words into action.
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.
Bengals Vets Start Last Week of Spring Meetings
The Bengals veterans began their last week of virtual meetings Monday and the coaches get the rookies for another week in what is shaping up to be one of their most well-prepared teams when it comes to the playbook currently on file. But special teams coordinator Darrin Simmons would make a trade.
Hopkins Signs Extension To Center Bengals Into Offseason
Bengals founder Paul Brown once said he chose Bob Johnson with the franchise's first draft pick in 1968 because the play couldn't begin without the center snapping the ball, never mind building a team. That appeared to be the same mindset Saturday when the Bengals made their first of what is expected to be a bevy of off-season moves by extending center Trey Hopkins to a three-year deal that keeps their most consistent offensive lineman this season in place.
Bengals Sign C Trey Hopkins To Contract Extension
This season, Trey Hopkins has served as the team's No. 1 center and started all 15 games. A fourth-year player out of the University of Texas, Hopkins was originally a college free agent signee of the Bengals in 2014.
Mr. Hopkins' Patience Sees Him Through
Trey Hopkins, better known as "Mr. Hopkins," in the Southwest Ohio Prep math and science classes he served as a sub a few months ago, has a knack for coming off the bench in the same role when the Bengals offensive line gets in a jam.
Bengals Re-Sign Trey Hopkins
Hopkins, a fourth-year player in 2019, joined the Bengals as a college free agent out of the University of Texas in 2014.
May grind for O-line
The Bengals began their second week on the field Monday without helmets in something the NFL calls "Phase 2," of the voluntary off-season workouts. But offensive linemen like Trey Hopkins (66) don't need their headgear to know new coach Frank Pollack is changing the way they think.
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.
Draft Recap: 5 Things You Need to Know
Five things you need to know about the Bengals 2018 draft.
Competition opens on O-line
The Bengals get on the field for the first time Monday for walk-through and drills and that means the offensive line is going to get another jolt of the change in culture new offensive line coach Frank Pollack is introducing to the position after drafting two players.
Bengals seeking draft crashers
More than veterans like 49ers safety Eric Reid are touring Paul Brown Stadium these days. 'Tis the season of the kids and the Bengals have until April 18 to interview and examine 30 prospective rookies in their building. And they all didn't go to the scouting combine, like last year's sixth-rounder Jordan Evans.
Hobson's Choice: needs and wants
Is wide receiver John Ross this year's William Jackson, the cornerback that had a break-out sophomore season last year?
Hobson's Choice: Ripping it up
How quick was that? A.J. Green is projected to be one of the few thirty-something Opening Day starters.
Hobson's Choice: what's next after the take?
Spearheaded by the return of Tyler Eifert, Bengaldom is emboldened by last week's activity. The focus is now the draft.