As we navigate through the best players to wear uniform numbers in franchise history, we hit on a good one. No. 63. Let's go through our nominations.
Current right guard Bobbie Williams has started all but three games since signing with the Cincinnati Bengals in 2004. Along with signing two contracts with the team since then, Williams is largely considered one of the better offensive guards in the NFL, especially in pass protection. Williams played with one of the team's better offensive lines in franchise history, with Rich Braham, Eric Steinbach, Levi Jones and Willie Anderson.
Drafted in the third round of the third round of the 1998 NFL draft, guard Mike Goff started 67 of 85 games with the Cincinnati Bengals before leaving for San Diego after the 2003 season.
Bengals offensive tackle Joe Walter played 13 seasons in the NFL, all with the Cincinnati Bengals, starting 136 of 166 games. He played with perhaps one of the best lines in franchise history, with Anthony Munoz, Bruce Kozerski, Max Montoya, Bruce Reimers and Dave Lapham.