The National Football League Player's Association holds the NFLPA Rookie Premiere every year, introducing high-profile rookies in an event held by the NFLPA. The NFL media and fans will meet the rookies, who will also conduct various activities throughout the weekend. Last year players conducted a healthy lifestyle and fitness program for 200 high school athletes, an NFLPA Premiere League flag football game (free of charge and open to the public) and a red carpet event preceding a party with rookies and veterans.
Mohamed Sanu was the only Bengals rookie that attended event from last year's class.
Bengals rookies tight end Tyler Eifert and running back Giovani Bernard are scheduled to attend this year.