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Bengals take to social media after arrival in London

The Bengals are off to a busy weekend in London which started with a trip to Buckingham palace, practice on a rugby field and an NFL Play60 event with British children.

The Bengals have arrived in London! Need proof? Well, there’s lots of it as the team (and the media traveling with them) quickly took to social media to make their mark in the U.K.

Redskins vs #Bengals | Wembley Stadium, UK | October 30, 2016 9:30 am ET | TV: FOX #WhoDeyInTheUK

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There will surely be hundreds of pictures and social media posts to come, but here’s an early look from the Bengals landing in London and getting settled at their destination for the weekend.

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Carlos Dunlap looks like he got a good nap in on the plane.

GoodMorninWorld #WhoDeyInUk

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Andrew Whitworth shared a video while the team was landing:

We here!!

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Here’s what practice in the U.K. looks like. The Bengals held their walkthrough on Friday at Allianz Park, which is a rugby stadium. Tomorrow’s practice will be at Wembley Stadium.

1st #Bengals practice in London

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I like the way Who Dey in the U.K. sounds a little better than Who Dey in London. How about you?

The Bengals took part in a Play60 Event in London on Friday afternoon:

This is what a press conference in London looks like... Not too different than what it’s like at Paul Brown Stadium, though, it’s maybe a bit nicer in the U.K. I don’t think the PBS pressroom has big windows like this one does!

Here’s an Andy Dalton Facebook Live Q&A with Sky Sports. They bring up one-and-done in London, too.

NFL interview: Take a look at our chat with Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton.

Posted by Sky Sports on Friday, October 28, 2016

Here’s a look at the European media who took in Friday’s practice. Definitely a bigger showing than your average practice at PBS.

The team also made a quick stop at Buckingham Palace before practice for the Changing of the Guards (a must-do in London)!

Adam Jones wants to know where he should eat in London. Anyone have a recommendation?