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Bengals News (1/24): What the draft could look like if Cincinnati moves on from Andy Dalton

There have been rumors of the Bengals could move on from Dalton this offseason, but what could that mean for the draft?

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2019 NFL Mock Draft: Jaguars trade Leonard Fournette for Nick Foles, Bengals replace Andy Dalton
The draftniks are huddled in Mobile, Alabama this week for the Senior Bowl, grinding out practices and watching tons of future NFL players put on a show. You should be following our own Ryan Wilson (@RyanWilsonCBS) and Chris Trapasso (@ChrisTrapasso), both of whom are on site checking out the players involved in the Reese's party.

Cincinnati Bengals Three Round Mock Draft 2.0
The Bengals abysmal offensive line play in 2018 makes drafting at least one lineman a certainty. Ford possesses a rare blend of size and athleticism. Standing at an impressive 6’4 and weighing in at 330 pounds, Ford is more than capable of holding his own against bull rushers by anchoring his weight in his hips. Ford was frequently used in screenplays and outside runs, utilizing his quick feet and fluid blocking style. Ford isn’t quite as tall as most left tackles and might be better suited playing on the right side of the line, but he is ready to play from day one. Ford’s combination of athleticism and strength mean that he would be a starter, and a good one, for the Bengals right away.

Jon Gruden has high praise for possible Bengals head coach Zac Taylor
Taylor, the quarterback coach that ignited Jared Goff’s career in Los Angeles, has been rumored to be the Bengals’ next head coach and will announce his intent to coach the team following the Los Angeles Rams’ playoff run.

Bengals huge winners with Zac Taylor getting Super Bowl experience
At face value, the Cincinnati Bengals are at a disadvantage because they still don’t have a head coach or his staff in place while events like Shrine Week and the Senior Bowl pave the way for the 2019 NFL draft.

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