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Bengals on hand for Houston DE Payton Turner’s impressive pro day

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A potential second or third-round target put on a show for the Bengals and other NFL teams.

The last pro days of the NFL draft cycle, aside from a couple more throwing sessions, wrapped up on Friday. This included Houston’s pro day with the main attraction being edge rusher Payton Turner.

Per Senior Bowl director Jim Nagy, the Bengals had defensive personnel on hand to watch Turner and run him through drills.

Large contingent of DL coaches in...

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Top NFL evaluator says Ja’Marr Chase is “best WR prospect since Julio”

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Chase should be there at No. 5, but that doesn’t mean the Bengals will take the young stud.

Analysts seem split on who the Cincinnati Bengals should take at No. 5.

With many thinking tackle Penei Sewell is a lock for a team that is in desperate need of offensive line help, there’s no denying it’d be tough to pass of LSU’s Ja’Marr Chase or Florida’s Kyle Pitts.

With the connection that Chase and starting quarterback Joe Burrow already have, the Bengals...

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PatrickJudis

Bengals hope to honor players that Hall of Fame have snubbed

Mike Brown and Elizibeth Blackburn reveal part of the motivation to finally put a Ring of Honor up in Paul Brow stadium.

The Cincinnati Bengals finally revealed their plans to establish a Ring of Honor for their former players. The inaugural group will include two legends that are practically synonymous with football in Cincinnati with Paul Brown and Anthony Munoz, but Mike Brown helps shed some light on a huge reason the franchise has finally begun to honor their former legends.

“The Hall...

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Nick Manchester

Dave Lapham gives his take for the No. 5 pick

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Protect the franchise.

For the first time this offseason, Bengals radio analyst and former offensive lineman Dave Lapham shared his thoughts on what the Bengals should do with their fifth overall pick.

Lapham appeared on 700 WLW Sports Talk with Lance McAllister on Thursday night and was asked about what to the Bengals should do (not will do) with their first-round pick. He talked about the top three prospects, Penei Sewell, Ja’Marr Chase, and Kyle Pitts,...

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John Acree

Giovani Bernard bids fond farewell to Bengals Nation

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Cincinnati is losing a leader, on the field and off

Giovani Bernard is the epitome of class.

Bernard, the 2nd-round selection of the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2013 NFL Draft, was released Wednesday. Unlike a couple of ex-teammates who were also released within the past couple of months, Bernard had nothing but good things to say about his home for the past eight seasons.

According to reports, the Bengals had asked...

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Jason Marcum

Bengals add Louie Cioffi to coaching staff

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Cioffi has 22 years of NFL coaching experience.

It may be April, but the Cincinnati Bengals are still adding to their coaching staff for the 2021 season.

On Friday, the Bengals announced the hiring of Louie Cioffi as a defensive quality control coach.

Cioffi, who brings 22 years of NFL coaching experience, previously was a Bengals assistant from 1997-2010. His other NFL coaching experience came with the Cleveland Browns (2013 and ’16), Tennessee Titans...

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John Sheeran

Bengals News (4/9): Honor roll

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Chad Johnson’s surprise visit to Paul Brown Stadium coincided with an announcement from the Bengals.

Paul Brown and Anthony Munoz are the first two inductees in the Bengals Ring of Honor
Leave it to the conscience of Bengaldom, the team’s long-time radio analyst and Super Bowl guard Dave Lapham, to sum up Thursday’s unveiling of the Bengals Ring of Honor. Two guys who figure to be in there sooner rather than later, the Andersons, agree.

Bengals:...

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Orange is the New Black Podcast: Hobs (Featuring Geoff Hobson)

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Geoff Hobson joins the show to discuss Gio’s release, the upcoming draft and more.

On the latest episode of Orange is the New Black, Ace Boogie & Zim took the airwaves with Bengals.com writer Geoff Hobson.

On the show, the crew discussed:

The release of Gio Bernard Ja’Marr Chase vs. Penei Sewell for pick No. 5 overall HOF candidates

Be sure to give it a listen!

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John Sheeran

Penei Sewell “falls” to Bengals in unusual mock draft

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What if only two teams participated in the NFL Draft?

If the first 44 picks in the 2021 NFL Draft were used to make two teams, what would it look like?

Odds are you never asked that question for yourself, but ESPN draft analysts Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay did their best to ask and answer it for you anyways.

In this new mock draft, Kiper and McShay each selected 22 players in alternative fashion to fill out two unique 22-man...

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Anthony Cosenza

The Orange and Black Insider Bengals podcast: Caught in the Webb

John and Anthony are thrilled to have Richmond Webb join the program this week! As one of the best NFL offensive linemen of his generation, Webb will have some interesting insight on the 2021 OL prospects, while the OBI guys preview more intriguing names for Cincinnati to potentially select later this month.

It’s been a big week for the Cincinnati Bengals, in terms of announcements and news. The team officially unveiled the first parts of their vision for the Ring of Honor, wherein founder...

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Bengals' ring of honor part of offseason push to spark fan base

As part of an effort to re-engage long-suffering fans, the Bengals are delivering what many have wanted for years -- a way to honor franchise greats.

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Anthony Muñoz reveals his pick for the Bengals at No. 5 overall

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Legendary Bengals’ tackle Anthony Muñoz reveals who he would pick if the Bengals let him make the Bengals first round selection.

Former Cincinnati Bengals tackle and recent Bengals’ Ring of Honor Inductee Anthony Muñoz revealed who he would pick at No. 5 overall if he were given the choice.

During a press conference on Thursday morning, the recent inductee to the inaugural Ring of Honor class fielded questions from the media.

One such question was about the...

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Paul Brown, Anthony Munoz Announced as 1st 2 Members of Bengals Ring of Honor

Paul Brown and Anthony Munoz will forever be Cincinnati Bengals legends, and they were officially recognized as such by the team Thursday. The Bengals

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PatrickJudis

Bengals News (4/8): One last thank you

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The Bengals released Giovani Bernard after eight seasons, and he exited with the same class that he played his entire career with.

The Bengals continue to revamp their 2021 roster after the release of running back Giovani Bernard
Three weeks after moving on from their most tenured player on defense, the Bengals continued to revamp their roster Wednesday when they released their most tenured offensive player in running back Giovani Bernard.

Giovani Bernard...

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John Sheeran

Bengals officially announce Ring of Honor

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Anthony Munoz and Paul Brown will be amongst the first inaugural members.

The Cincinnati Bengals Ring of Honor has officially been announced.

The inaugural class of 2021 will feature the two most prominent former Bengals of all-time: Hall of Fame left tackle Anthony Munoz, and team founder Paul Brown.

Introducing the Bengals Ring of Honor. Legends to be forever immortalized in Paul Brown Stadium.

Full list of nominees coming soon: https://t.co/MCLmrxULmY...

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Matt Minich

Chalk Talk: Wide Receiver prospects with Eric Crocker

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Should the Bengals draft Ja’Marr Chase?

Former NFL player Eric Crocker comes by to talk about the wide receivers in this year’s NFL Draft who may be a good fit for the Cincinnati Bengals.

He talks about what he likes and dislikes about Ja’Marr Chase and the draft’s other top receivers. Hear who he thinks could be a better pick for the Bengals at 5 and who he likes even better in Round 2.

Crocker also brings up a potential replacement for Alex...

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Duke Tobin talks O-line depth in draft, confirms he gets input from Joe Burrow

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The de facto GM says the Draft is deeper at OL than WR, which could mean the team is targeting Ja’Marr Chase.

While I recently said the Bengals’ recent Draft strategy suggests the team will take Penei Sewell, after comments made by Duke Tobin on Dan Hoard’s podcast, it appears they are moving away from that approach.

If you put Tobin’s comments together, it seems they are now favoring taking Ja’Marr Chase with the fifth overall pick.

This is...

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Should the Bengals go for a Joe Burrow-Ja'Marr Chase reunion?

Former LSU star Chase would give the Bengals’ offense a dynamic weapon, but they have to decide whether that potential outweighs the risk.

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Nick Manchester

Bengals asked Giovani Bernard to take pay cut, so he asked to be cut

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Do you approve of the Bengals releasing the veteran running back?

The Cincinnati Bengals have released a fan favorite in Giovani Bernard on Wednesday morning.

This is a business decision, as the Bengals are saving money in the running backs room. The Bengals were first in the NFL in cap space going to running backs, which is a position that many deem to be less valuable than others.

By cutting Bernard, the Bengals are saving $4.1 million in cap space. The...

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What's next for Cincinnati Bengals after Giovani Bernard release?

Bernard was a long-tenured Bengal with eight years of NFL experience, and his release saves $4.1 million in salary cap space.

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