Cincinnati Bengals drafting quarterback Ryan Finley divides USA TODAY writers
How did USA TODAY’s NFL team assess the Cincinnati Bengals’ selection of North Carolina State quarterback Ryan Finley in the fourth round of this past weekend’s 2019 NFL Draft? Depends which writer you ask.
Oklahoma's Anderson Inspires And Aspires at No. 211
In another universe, star-crossed Oklahoma running back Rodney Anderson would have spent April on a whirlwind tour of the NFL as a first-round draft pick. Big at 6-3, 224 pounds. Fast with 4.55 seconds in the 40-yard dash. Accomplished with 201 yards in the Rose Bowl against the baying junkyard Dogs of Georgia and their sixth-ranked defense.
Bengals 2019 Draft Picks in Photos
See action photos of all the new Bengals rookies selected in the 2019 NFL Draft.
Bengals news: New Cincinnati OC explains why team made surprise pick of Drew Sample at No. 52
The Cincinnati Bengals selected former Washington Huskies tight end Drew Sample in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft, making the up-and-comer the fourth player at this position off the board over the weekend.
NFL Minute: Bengals rivalry with Steelers extends to the draft
The vicious rivalry between the Cincinnati Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers has been firmly inserted into the NFL draft over the last several years.
Cincinnati Bengals excited about addition of Renell Wren
The Bengals selected the 6-foot-5, 318-pound defensive tackle in the fourth round of the NFL Draft on Saturday as they sought to add some depth to the interior line. Wren brings more length to the position and makes the Bengals a little more versatile inside.
Egger: Bengals’ draft shows the Andy Dalton era likely isn’t ending soon
I could save both of us a lot of time with this post-draft column by copying and pasting last week’s pre-draft column – you know, the one where I tried to lay out the case for the Bengals using the 11th pick to take Dwayne Haskins. Then I could add, “yeah, well they took someone named Jonah Williams instead, so nevermind” to the end of it, instead of writing another piece aimed almost entirely at Andy Dalton and what the Bengals will or won’t do with their quarterback.
Super Bowl, divisional odds, over/under and playoff odds for all 32 NFL teams for 2019 season
The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook has released Super Bowl odds, conference and divisional odds, season win totals and odds to make the postseason for all 32 NFL teams.
Ezekiel Ansah meets with Seattle Seahawks
Since the start of free agency, Ansah has visited the Baltimore Ravens, New Orleans Saints and Buffalo Bills, but has yet to sign. Meanwhile, fellow pass rushers Trey Flowers, Justin Houston and Sheldon Richardson have found new homes.
Matt Nagy: David Montgomery creates mismatches
Where the Bears saw Howard as a one-note runner, who didn't stress defenses in the passing game or create many yards on his own, coach Matt Nagy multiple times described Montgomery as a "three-down" player who can do it all.
Joe Theismann considering QB Haskins wearing No. 7
"I'm anxious to sit down and talk to Dwayne about that," Theismann told NBC Sports Washington. "I'm not opposed to it. I'm not saying yes yet, but I really want to sit down and talk to the young man and get a chance to meet him. I know he's reached out and said he wants to ask me, so as early as I can get back into town and be able to set up an opportunity when he gets into town to be able to sit down and talk to him about it."
Eagles pick up QB Carson Wentz's fifth-year option
Wentz is entering his fourth season as Philly's starting signal-caller. Since the Eagles selected Wentz second overall in the 2016 NFL Draft, the QB has racked up 10,152 passing yards, 70 touchdown passes, 28 interceptions and 23 wins. Wentz was set to earn league MVP in 2017 before suffering a season-ending injury and watching Philly go on a Super Bowl run without him.