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Bengals News (4/17): We’re virtually there

The NFL Draft is less than a week away. Duke Tobin gave Bengals media an insight on how things should go down for the team in unordinary circumstances.

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Bengals Duke Tobin gave a sneak peek into the team's virtual draft.
Duke Tobin vowed not to break news during Thursday’s news conference on his Anderson Township porch but he did break ground when he offered a virtual tour of the first remote Bengals draft room in history set for next Thursday night’s first round.

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