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Sights and scenes from Day 1 of Bengals minicamp

Photos, videos and insight from Day 1 of Bengals mandatory minicamp.

The Cincinnati Bengals hit the field on Tuesday for the first of three mandatory minicamp practices.

There, the bulk of the offseason roster was present and working out in a pad-free, tackle-free practice. According to reports, Jeremy Hill and Tyler Boyd were two of the more impressive players, though, it’s important to keep in mind there’s no contact allowed in these practices. Here’s a look at images, videos and information from insider Paul Brown Stadium.

Checking in on the kicking competition, all went well on Tuesday. The Bengals are continuing to have just two of their three kickers kick field goals each day in practice. On Tuesday, it was veteran Randy Bullock and first-year player Jonathan Brown.

First round rookie wide receiver John Ross isn’t fully cleared to practice, but he was running around on the field on Tuesday in his first full-team practice. He was unable to participate in OTAs.

Jeremy Hill did well on Tuesday, per Katherine Terrell.

Terrell was also impressed by second year wide receiver Tyler Boyd.

Punter Kevin Huber was observing from the seats.

Rookie defensive back Brandon Wilson has been battling hamstring and knee tweaks since joining the team and though he was hoping to participate in Tuesday’s practice, he was not able to.

Tight ends C.J. Uzomah and Cethan Carter spent time on the rehab field in OTAs but were practicing on Tuesday.

A few NFL officials were in town for minicamp, enforcing rules early on.

The Bengals practice again on Wednesday and Thursday before breaking for more than a month of vacation. The players report back to Cincinnati on July 27 for the start of training camp.