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Bengals News (4/24): Practice makes perfect

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The Bengals had their first practice of the 2019 offseason, and their starting quarterback appears safe from competition coming from the NFL Draft.

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Camp Zac Offers Fresh Start For Vets
Zac Taylor, the Bengals rookie head coach who prides himself on detail and execution, did a little of both to get his first practice off the ground Tuesday when he opened a three-day voluntary minicamp on the Paul Brown Stadium practice field.

Quick Hits: Ross Rejuvenated; Dalton Looks To Go Long (Term)
The Bengals took the field for the first time Tuesday to practice under Zac Taylor.

Paul Dehner Jr. mock draft 4.0: All 11 Bengals picks and 2 trades
Taking one final swipe at projecting the Bengals draft, which includes a bit of maneuvering to take advantage of the draft's strength.

Zac Taylor personally called John Ross after trade rumor surfaced
The Bengals head coach wanted to let Ross know nothing was happening.

Andy Dalton isn’t sweating possibility of Bengals drafting a QB
The Bengals quarterback is fine with whatever the team decides to do in the draft.

Around the League

Seahawks agree to trade Frank Clark to Chiefs for draft picks - NFL.com
The Seahawks on Tuesday agreed to trade Frank Clark to Kansas City in exchange for a first-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, a 2020 second-round pick and a swap of third-round picks in 2019.

Josh Gordon signs restricted tender with Patriots - NFL.com
Josh Gordon will be back with the Patriots, if or when he is reinstated from his indefinite suspension. The banned receiver signed his restricted tender with New England on Tuesday.

Sources - Steelers target Big Ben deal before draft
The Steelers are trying to wrap up an extension for QB Ben Roethlisberger, who is headed into the final year of his contract with the team, sources told ESPN.

Kicker Gould ditches talks, wants off 49ers
Kicker Robbie Gould has pulled his contract proposal from the Niners and said that he wants a trade.

Kliff Kingsbury Reveals Cardinals Haven't Finalized No. 1 Pick: It Is a Process | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights
The consensus ahead of Thursday’s 2019 NFL draft is that Heisman Trophy-winning Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray will go No. 1 overall to the Arizona Cardinals. However, first-year Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury hasn’t arrived at that same conclusion just yet—or he’s just not willing to tell anybody if he has.