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60 days until Bengals' regular-season opener

Ron Pritchard, Blake Moore and T.J. Johnson highlight the Bengals who've worn the No. 60.

There's now only 60 days until the Bengals kick off their regular-season opener against the Raiders.

That means it's time for a look at all of the former Bengals who've worn the No. 60 during their time in Cincinnati.

Ron Pritchard


Blake Moore


Dave Smith


Mike Brennan

1990, '91 (Games 1-3)

Mike Withycombe

1991 (Games 14-16), '92

Chuck Bradley


Eric Moore


Rod (Rodrek) Jones


Reggie Coleman


Langston Moore


Otis Hudson


T.J. Johnson


The No. 60 begins in Cincinnati with outside linebacker Ron Pritchard. Drafted by the Houston Oilers in the 1st round (15th overall) of the 1969 NFL Draft, Pritchard spent four years with the Oilers before joining the Bengals in 1972. From there, he would go on to play in 58 career games (46) starts with the Bengals before retiring in 1977.

Then came center Blake Moore, an undrafted free agent out of the College of Wooster. Moore would play in 50 career games (9 starts) with Cincinnati before leaving to sign with Green Bay in 1983.

There wouldn't be another Bengal to wear No. 60 for multiple seasons until Rod Jones donned it in 1996. The offensive lineman would play in 62 career games (38 starts) with Cincinnati, Washington and St. Louis. Jones left the Bengals to sign with the Rams in 2000 and ended up starting at right tackle for them in Super Bowl XXXVI.

As for the current Bengals, offensive lineman T.J. Johnson currently wears No. 60. Drafted in the seventh round out of South Carolina in 2013, Johnson has played in just four career games, all of which came in 2014 after he spent the 2013 season on the practice squad.