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Bengals News (4/13): Reunited

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Bengals News (4/13): Reunited

Bengals Founder Paul Brown Still Abounds At PBS
Paul Brown never stepped foot in Paul Brown Stadium, yet his fingerprints are all over the place just like they are in every NFL yard. But when the club throws his signature fedora into the Ring of Honor later this year, his hat is to hang in a place familiar with the man himself.

Cincinnati Bengals Acquire Tight End Thaddeus Moss From Washington
Moss (6-3, 249), a second-year player out of Louisiana State University, originally was a college free agent signee of Washington in 2020. He spent his entire rookie season on Washington’s Reserve/Injured list. In 2019 at LSU, Moss played in 12 games and caught 47 passes for 570 yards and four TDs.

Download the Official Bengals App for iOS and Android devices
The Cincinnati Bengals relaunched their official mobile app for iOS and Android devices with the goal of enhancing the overall user experience, both for fans attending games at Paul Brown Stadium and those following the team from home.

Bengals Booth Podcast: Interviews with Elizabeth Blackburn and Anthony Munoz about the Bengals Ring of Honor
Elizabeth Blackburn, the Bengals Director of Strategy and Engagement, explains why the Bengals are moving forward with a Ring of Honor, how many players and coaches will make up the initial class, and how they are being chosen.

Cincinnati Bengals acquire tight end Thaddeus Moss, a former teammate of Joe Burrow at LSU
Former Washington tight end Thaddeus Moss was claimed and awarded to the Bengals, the team announced Monday. Moss, who was an undrafted free agent in 2020, spent the entire season on Washington’s injured reserve list with a foot injury that was discovered at the 2020 scouting combine.

Mel Kiper makes ‘toughest call’ for Bengals in new 2-round mock draft
It’s not the worst way to go for the Bengals and we’ve had very similar mock drafts here. Protecting Joe Burrow is critical, hence Sewell still standing as one of the favorites. Still, Ja’Marr Chase needs to be considered a favorite too. This is a deep offensive line class, but there just isn’t another Chase — he’s getting comps to Julio Jones and others for a reason.

Bengals: Will Joe Burrow’s LSU reunion continue with Ja’Marr Chase?
But Burrow hasn’t been shy publicly in talking about how close he was to Moss and Chase. And the Bengals haven’t been shy in admitting they really liked a lot of the guys who popped up on film a lot while scouting Burrow before the 2020 draft—namely, Moss and Chase.

Bengals draft strategy: ‘Mr. Clutch’ or another kicker might warrant a pick
In this 11-part series, Paul Dehner Jr. and Jay Morrison take a deep dive into the Bengals’ draft strategy by taking stock of each position and addressing where need, talent and fit intersect. We analyze the current roster through the eyes of the team with trends, analytics, sleepers, bold moves and also opinion from our draft guru Dane Brugler.

Tony McGee Believes Cincinnati Bengals Should Pick Oregon Offensive Tackle Penei Sewell
“If they don’t draft an offensive lineman, they should draft a quarterback because they’re going to need multiple quarterbacks who can shuffle in between Christ hospital,” McGee said. “In the Bengals case, it was scary what we were seeing. We were like they’re going to get Joe Burrow hurt, he’s going to get killed. The average and below average fans, a third grader was saying the same thing. Low and behold when he gets hurt, none of us are surprised. We are all disappointed and we are pissed because we knew this would happen.”

Bucs sign former Bengals tailback Giovani Bernard to one-year deal
A versatile veteran with more than 6,500 total yards in his eight-season career, Bernard 29, joins a diverse running back room featuring 2020 playoff sensation Leonard Fournette (who recently signed another one-year deal), fourth-year speedster Ronald Jones II (who has no fifth-year option) and second-year project Ke’Shawn Vaughn.

Bengals hit on defense in free agency per Duke Tobin
Hendrickson finished tied for second in the NFL with Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald with 13.5 sacks in 2020. Playing for the New Orleans Saints last season there has been some criticism Hendrickson accumulated many coverage sacks and benefitted from the attention on other defensive linemen.

Around the league

Julian Edelman’s retirement marks end of career defined by ‘full throttle’ approach
The year was 2016. The Patriots were preparing for their first playoff game of the 2015 season, a home date against the Kansas City Chiefs in the Divisional Round. Julian Edelman had missed the previous seven games with a broken left foot but left no doubt he would return for the postseason, saying he would play the way he always had — “full throttle, regardless.”

Maurice Jones-Drew 2021 NFL mock draft 2.0: Two trades shake up top 10
With the 2021 NFL Draft kicking off at the end of this month, here’s my second projection of the first round. And this time around, I have two trades shaking up the top 10.

Falcons GM Terry Fontenot: Atlanta in prime position to ‘stack good quarterbacks’
New general manager Terry Fontenot has a major decision to make on how he’ll build his roster. Does he choose an eventual heir to Matt Ryan at quarterback, assuming that Atlanta won’t be in a top-5 position to draft a franchise signal-caller in the coming years? Does he snag a uber-talented player like tight end Kyle Pitts, who could make the offense unstoppable? Does he trade down to a QB-needy team willing to pay heavily?

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