With the summer months closing in, the Bengals will conduct four-practice sessions of OTAs this week and then conclude their offseason program with mandatory minicamp next week. While all of that is happening, Bengals players are making preparations for football camps of their own this and next month, while others are wrapping up their camps. Carlos Dunlap held his annual Low Country Football Camp for youth football players this past weekend with Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Byron Maxwell and St. Louis Rams defensive end Robert Quinn. Fellow defensive linemen Michael Johnson and Brandon Thompson participated.
Blessed to Have another successful Camp with the homies @bmaxx_41 @rquinn94 over 300 kids this year couldn't have done it with out the support of my City, coach LaPrad, teammates, NFL friends, Sponsors, and Volunteers! Thank you for making my camp a success and helping me be the difference in my community. #TeamDunlap #LowCountryFootballCamp #Bengals #Eagles #Rams #Ravens #Jags
Other players will be conducting upcoming camps including Dre Kirkpatrick and Mohamed Sanu. Chris Carter also participated in a youth football camp event this past weekend.
Dre will hold his third football camp this Saturday at Gadsden City High School. Dennard will be the special guest. http://t.co/fvHt3XfcdW— Josh Kirkendall (@Josh_Kirkendall) June 8, 2015
Sanu joined w/ Embrace Kids Foundation to create fundraising effort, "Sanu's Crew". First project is camp on June 27 https://t.co/1qBgWlV1xU— Josh Kirkendall (@Josh_Kirkendall) June 8, 2015
Bengals LB Chris Carter took part in a camp hosted by Omar Bolden and Bobby Wagner at Colony High School on Saturday http://t.co/yCMQ6vOjFE— Josh Kirkendall (@Josh_Kirkendall) June 8, 2015