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What you need to know about the 2019 edition of Bengals training camp.

NFL: AUG 05 Bengals Training Camp Photo by Ian Johnson/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Football is finally back in our lives.

NFL training camps are kicking off around the league, and the Cincinnati Bengals will follow suit beginning July 27th. While most sessions are being held at Paul Brown Stadium, the Bengals’ first practice will be in Dayton at Welcome Stadium. Here is a map of the location for those not familiar with the area.

As usual, the majority of practices are free and offer fans the opportunity to obtain player autographs after practice, including the full team signing autographs at Family DEY. The Family DEY practice on Saturday, Aug. 3 takes place inside Paul Brown Stadium and features child-friendly activities.

With the exception of Family DEY and the Dayton session, the Bengals practice on the grass fields just west of Paul Brown Stadium. The entrance is located on the corner of Central Avenue and Pete Rose Way. The grass fields have bleacher seating for 1,250 fans right next to the fields. There is additional standing room along the sidelines.

Parking for all practices is available in adjacent lots at established prices. This is the only charge you’ll get in order to attend a camp session. The stadium is approximately five blocks west of Great American Ball Park. It is bordered by Pete Rose Way on the north, Mehring Way on the south, Elm Street on the east and Central Avenue on the west.

Be aware that stadium parking will be harder to come by on days in which the Reds are playing at Great American Ball Park.

Here are directions how to get to the parking lots from the interstate:

  • From I-75 Southbound, use exits at Freeman Avenue and 2nd Street.
  • From I-75 Northbound, use exits at 2nd Street and 5th Street in Ohio.
  • From I-71 Southbound, use exits at 3rd Street or Gilbert Avenue.
  • From I-471 Northbound, use exits at 3rd Street or 6th Street.

Fans are allowed to bring small soft-sided coolers, unopened bottles of water and food into practices. Concessions and Bengals merchandise will be available to purchase at camp, though a larger selection of items are available nearby at the Bengals Pro Shop.

The duration of each practice is estimated at one hour and 45 minutes, but that is subject to change by the coaching staff. The practice at Dayton at Welcome Stadium will be approximately one hour.

The gates open 30 minutes before practice, and that’s typically the latest you want to be there to ensure you get a good parking spot and a seat in the bleachers.

Here is a look at the full camp schedule (all times in EST):

Bengals Training Camp 2019

Date Practice Time Practice Location Notes
Date Practice Time Practice Location Notes
Saturday, July 27 2:30 p.m. Welcome Stadium | Dayton, OH Gates open at 1:30 p.m.
Sunday, July 28 3 p.m. Practice Fields | Paul Brown Stadium Gates open at 2:30 p.m.
Monday, July 29 3 p.m. Practice Fields | Paul Brown Stadium Gates open at 2:30 p.m.
Tuesday, July 30 3 p.m. Practice Fields | Paul Brown Stadium Gates open at 2:30 p.m.
Wednesday, July 31 3 p.m. Practice Fields | Paul Brown Stadium Gates open at 2:30 p.m.
Friday, August 2 3 p.m. Practice Fields | Paul Brown Stadium Gates open at 2:30 p.m.
Saturday, August 3 3 p.m. Game Field | Paul Brown Stadium Family DEY, Gates open at 2 p.m.
Tuesday, August 6 3 p.m. Practice Fields | Paul Brown Stadium Gates open at 2:30 p.m.
Wednesday, August 7 3 p.m. Practice Fields | Paul Brown Stadium Gates open at 2:30 p.m.
Thursday, August 8 3 p.m. Practice Fields | Paul Brown Stadium Gates open at 2:30 p.m.
Monday, August 12 3 p.m. Practice Fields | Paul Brown Stadium Gates open at 2:30 p.m.

When you arrive to camp, here is a handy little roster for keeping track of which Bengals you’ll be watching:

Bengals Roster

Player # Pos HT WT Age Exp College
Player # Pos HT WT Age Exp College
Tristan Vizcaino 3 K 6-2 205 22 R Washington
Randy Bullock 4 K 5-9 210 29 8 Texas A&M
Ryan Finley 5 QB 6-4 207 24 R NC State
Jeff Driskel 6 QB 6-4 235 26 4 Louisiana Tech
Jake Dolegala 7 QB 6-7 242 22 R Central Connecticut State
Stanley Morgan 8 WR 6-0 205 22 R Nebraska
Damion Willis 9 WR 6-3 204 22 R Troy
Kevin Huber 10 P 6-1 210 33 11 Cincinnati
Hunter Sharp 11 WR 5-11 199 25 1 Utah State
Alex Erickson 12 WR 6-0 195 26 4 Wisconsin
Andy Dalton 14 QB 6-2 220 31 9 Texas Christian
John Ross 15 WR 5-11 194 23 3 Washington
Cody Core 16 WR 6-3 205 25 4 Mississippi
A.J. Green 18 WR 6-4 210 30 9 Georgia
Auden Tate 19 WR 6-5 228 22 2 Florida State
KeiVarae Russell 20 CB 5-11 196 25 4 Notre Dame
Darqueze Dennard 21 CB 5-11 205 27 6 Michigan State
William Jackson III 22 CB 6-0 196 26 4 Houston
Darius Phillips 23 CB 5-10 190 24 2 Western Michigan
B.W. Webb 24 CB 5-11 188 29 6 William & Mary
Giovani Bernard 25 HB 5-9 205 27 7 North Carolina
Jordan Brown 26 CB 6-0 201 23 R South Dakota State
Dre Kirkpatrick 27 CB 6-2 190 29 8 Alabama
Joe Mixon 28 HB 6-1 220 22 3 Oklahoma
Tony McRae 29 CB 5-10 185 26 3 North Carolina A&T
Jessie Bates III 30 S 6-1 200 22 2 Wake Forest
Jordan Ellis 31 RB 5-10 225 23 R Virginia
Trayveon Williams 32 RB 5-8 206 21 R Texas A&M
Rodney Anderson 33 RB 6-0 224 22 R Oklahoma
Quinton Flowers 34 HB 5-10 211 24 1 South Florida
Davontae Harris 35 CB 5-11 200 24 2 Illinois State
Shawn Williams 36 S 6-0 212 28 7 Georgia
Demetrious Cox 37 S 6-0 200 25 2 Michigan State
Anthony Chesley 38 CB 6-0 190 23 R Coastal Carolina
Darrin Hall 39 RB 6-0 220 22 R Pittsburgh
Brandon Wilson 40 S 5-10 200 24 3 Houston
Trayvon Henderson 41 S 6-0 205 23 2 Hawaii
Clayton Fejedelem 42 S 6-0 205 26 4 Illinois
Tyree Kinnel 43 S 5-11 207 22 R Michigan
Noah Dawkins 44 LB 6-1 235 21 R The Citadel
Malik Jefferson 45 LB 6-2 241 22 2 Texas
Clark Harris 46 LS 6-5 250 34 11 Rutgers
Chris Worley 47 LB 6-1 242 23 1 Ohio State
Deshaun Davis 48 LB 5-11 236 23 R Auburn
Moritz Böhringer 49 TE 6-5 250 25 1 Unknown
Jordan Evans 50 LB 6-3 242 24 3 Oklahoma
Sterling Sheffield 51 LB 6-0 235 22 R Maine
Preston Brown 52 LB 6-1 251 26 6 Louisville
Billy Price 53 C 6-4 310 24 2 Ohio State
Curtis Akins 55 LB 6-1 235 23 R Memphis
Hardy Nickerson 56 LB 6-0 235 25 3 Illinois
Germaine Pratt 57 LB 6-2 245 23 R NC State
Carl Lawson 58 DE 6-2 265 24 3 Auburn
Nick Vigil 59 LB 6-2 235 25 4 Utah State
Michael Jordan 60 G 6-6 315 21 R Ohio State
Brad Lundblade 61 C 6-3 305 23 1 Oklahoma State
Alex Redmond 62 G 6-5 320 24 3 UCLA
Christian Westerman 63 G 6-3 315 26 4 Arizona State
John Jerry 64 G 6-5 340 33 9 Mississippi
Trey Hopkins 66 G/C 6-3 316 26 4 Texas
John Miller 67 G 6-3 315 25 5 Louisville
Bobby Hart 68 OT 6-5 310 24 5 Florida State
Niles Scott 69 NT 6-3 320 23 2 Frostburg State
O'Shea Dugas 70 OT/G 6-4 335 22 R Louisiana Tech
Justin Evans 71 G 6-5 315 23 1 South Carolina State
Kerry Wynn 72 DE 6-5 261 28 6 Richmond
Jonah Williams 73 OT 6-4 302 21 R Alabama
Keaton Sutherland 74 OT 6-5 316 22 R Texas A&M
Jordan Willis 75 DE 6-4 270 24 3 Kansas State
Kent Perkins 76 OT 6-5 310 24 1 Texas
Cordy Glenn 77 OT 6-6 345 29 8 Georgia
Christian Ringo 79 DE 6-1 300 27 4 Louisiana-Lafayette
Josh Malone 80 WR 6-3 205 23 3 Tennessee
Ventell Bryant 81 WR 6-3 205 22 R Temple
Cethan Carter 82 TE 6-3 248 23 3 Nebraska
Tyler Boyd 83 WR 6-2 203 24 4 Pittsburgh
Tyler Eifert 85 TE 6-6 255 28 7 Notre Dame
Mason Schreck 86 TE 6-5 252 25 3 Buffalo
C.J. Uzomah 87 TE 6-6 260 26 5 Auburn
Jordan Franks 88 TE 6-4 240 23 2 Central Florida
Drew Sample 89 TE 6-4 258 23 R Washington
Josh Tupou 91 DT 6-3 345 25 3 Colorado
Andrew Brown 93 DT 6-3 290 23 1 Virginia
Sam Hubbard 94 DE 6-5 265 24 2 Ohio State
Renell Wren 95 DT 6-5 315 23 R Arizona State
Carlos Dunlap 96 DE 6-6 285 30 10 Florida
Geno Atkins 97 DT 6-1 300 31 10 Georgia
Ryan Glasgow 98 DT 6-3 300 25 3 Michigan
Andrew Billings 99 DT 6-1 328 24 4 Baylor
Andre Smith OT Alabama
Dan Godsil LS Indiana

Check out the Bengals’ official website for any changes made to the schedule and roster in the coming weeks.