2018 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Draft: News, reports, mock drafts and everything to know
Everything related to the 2018 NFL Draft for the Cincinnati Bengals including news, rumors, reports, mock drafts and everything to know from the Combine to the big weekend.
Evans continues to make a strong case for playing time in the regular season.
Remember when Malik Jefferson got free pizza for a year after the draft? That’s over after less than 6 months!
Once Jefferson settles into a new home in Cincinnati, you can bet his Bengals teammates will want to come over for pizza parties.
A lot of big names have been let loose on the free market. Might the Bengals make a waiver claim on one of these players?
The Bengals took a late-round flyer on Rod Taylor in hopes he could become a reliable swing lineman in the pros.
Some experts liked Logan Woodside as an early Day 3 prospect.
Darius Phillips could be a future replacement for Darqueze Dennard.
This turned out to be one of the Bengals’ better value picks in the 2018 NFL Draft.
The Bengals ensured their cornerback depth wouldn’t be an issue by taking this small-school DB in Round 5.
Running back wasn’t a need for the Bengals, but this good value in Round 4.
Jefferson had a wide range of projections heading into the NFL Draft.
Price is hoping to buck the trend of Bengals first-round picks struggling to see the field as rookies.
PFF thinks the Bengals took some chances on some very talented players as well as picked up a few gens late.
This turned out to be the Bengals’ biggest steal of the 2018 NFL Draft.
The Bengals get their first-round pick under contract before OTAs even begin.
A MAC football expert thinks Logan Woodside could be the next Case Keenun. Why? Find out here!
The Bengals should have a few options to upgrade at punt returner this season.
A lot of draft experts thought Jessie Bates was a good value pick in the middle of Round 2.
The now-Bengals linebacker was advised to return to school, but he opted to chase his NFL dreams.
The Bengals land their center of the future, but was he a reach at 21?
The Bengals have added another safety, center and defensive tackle to the roster following rookie minicamp.
Malik Jefferson has the athletic traits of a first round pick. Improvement in a few areas could turn him into a star in the NFL.
The Bengals have now signed seven of their 2018 NFL Draft picks.
This is very good news for the Bengals’ first-round selection, as he’s already getting work at his first rookie minicamp while recovering from his pec injury.
The former USF quarterback may be making a position change at the NFL level, but it doesn’t make him any less interesting.
The Bengals have four drafted players already under contract on Day 1 of rookie minicamp.
The Bengals are bringing in a few impressive, undrafted players to compete for a spot on the 2018 roster.
The Bengals got good value by landing Andrew Brown in Round 5, but there’s concern as to what he exactly is as a pro.
Mark Walton was a game-breaking back in college, but can he translate his game to the pros?
Jessie Bates excited to boost Bengals’ defense with turnovers -- especially against Ben Roethlisberger
In an exclusive interview with Cincy Jungle, second round draft pick Jessie Bates shares what he’s looking to accomplish this season with the Bengals, what he brings to the team and more.
"He looks just like you draw guys up. ‘Oh, my God, you want a linebacker, that’s the guy you want,’" one scout said of Jefferson.
The third-round defensive end out of Ohio State was someone the Bengals had been eyeing since he was recruited in college. Now, he joins a team where he can make a lasting impact in the NFL.