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Bengals News (5/1): Cincinnati’s draft shows support for John Ross

The Bengals didn’t select a single receiver in the draft, which shows that their belief in John Ross was legitimate.

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Cincinnati Bengals reinforce belief in John Ross with 2019 NFL Draft decisions

Coach Zac Taylor called the former first-round pick in late February when it was reported by national outlets that the Bengals were considering trade offers involving Ross on the eve of the NFL Combine.

Offensive Line Feels A Draft
The Bengals’ incumbents on offense have been absorbing the first major moves of the New Dey in last weekend’s NFL Draft and here are the returns Tuesday after they went through voluntary workouts at Paul Brown Stadium.

Bengals Booth Podcast: I Choose You
In the latest edition of the Bengals Booth Podcast, broadcasters Dan Hoard and Dave Lapham recap the 2019 NFL Draft. Hoard also chats the Bengals’ first round pick, offensive tackle Jonah Williams in this week’s fun facts interview.

John Ross still part of Bengals plans at receiver following draft
Ross has just 21 catches for 210 yards in two seasons with the Bengals. All of that production came last year after being limited to just three games as a rookie. New Bengals head coach Zac Taylor reassured Ross earlier in the offseason he wasn’t going anywhere after reports he was on the trading block surfaced.

Andy Dalton wasn’t surprised by Bengals drafting a quarterback
The Cincinnati Bengals had just two quarterbacks on their roster as their headed into the NFL Draft last week. So it didn’t exactly surprise Bengals starter Andy Dalton that the front office would use on of its selections on a quarterback.

Cincinnati Bengals: Draft picks could shuffle lineup on O-line
After the Bengals added two versatile linemen through the draft, the lineup and depth chart could be completely shuffled.

What does Bengals draft mean for team’s wide receivers?
John Ross​ was​ sitting​ in​ the​ dentist chair​ in February​ when his phone rang. He​ ignored it, figuring​ whomever it​​ was could wait. But then the phone rang again, and again, and it kept on ringing to the point where the dental hygienist asked if everything was OK.

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