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Bengals News (5/14): Plans for offensive line

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The Bengals seem pretty excited about what they have along the offensive line.

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Remember Jonah? Bengals Do As They Line Up Two No. 1s
The return of left tackle Jonah Williams has Bengaldom buzzing about having two first-round picks when the season opens and that includes Hall-of-Famer Anthony Munoz, the greatest left tackle who ever lived during a Bengals career that began 40 years ago.

Bengals overhaul of the offensive line looks near the finish
The Bengals began rebuilding their offensive line more than a year ago when new head coach Zac Taylor insisted on Jim Turner as his offensive line coach. Now after taking it from the ground floor Turner is looking to finish it off in his basement next to a water heater and ping-pong table as he meets with his crew in cyberspace.

Thaddeus Moss explains why he chose Redskins over Patriots and Joe Burrow's Bengals
It's not often that a team signs an undrafted free agent that gets fans excited for the upcoming season, but the Washington Redskins picked up someone who many believe can come in and make a contribution on offense right away. As soon as the 2020 NFL Draft wrapped up on April 25, the Redskins agreed to terms with former LSU tight end Thaddeus Moss.

Joe Burrow vs. Trevor Lawrence debate is just getting started
But it makes sense age would really be a major deciding factor in a comparison. Even the writeup goes on to mention that Burrow remains “…the best quarterback prospect PFF has seen in the past six drafts, though. His accuracy is on another level from any quarterback we’ve ever charted.”

Bengals still have big plans for Michael Jordan going into 2020
It’s almost easy to forget about Jordan given how bad Cincinnati’s offensive line was last year. He was a part of it — though a combination of upside and good health could rewrite the narrative surrounding his play quickly.

Around the league

Bucs QB coach: Offense will be Bruce Arians' with 'Brady influence'
Buccaneers quarterbacks coach Clyde Christensen witnessed the counterpart to Brady's greatness in the same era, Peyton Manning, go from working with Christensen in Indianapolis to a whole new environment in Denver in the middle of the last decade. A huge adjustment turned out to be a small one, as Manning essentially took his Colts playbook with him and the Broncos willingly implemented what Manning already knew. The same won't take place in Tampa, according to Christensen.

No. 1 overall draft picks of the 2010s ranked: Myles Garrett 3rd
The Bengals' selection of Joe Burrow with the first overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft kicked off a new decade of pick analysis, draft grades and prognostications. But before we flip the page onto the next generation of top guys, I thought it'd be fun to look back at each of the No. 1 overall selections of the past decade to see how well they stack up against one another.

Rams introduce new uniforms ahead of start of SoFi Stadium era
Back in Los Angeles since 2016, the Rams will move into their long-awaited new home, SoFi Stadium, this season and are bringing a fresh look with them. Los Angeles introduced its new uniforms Wednesday, which included an off-white shade used by an NFL team for the first time ever.

T.Y. Hilton: 'I want to be a Colt' for final contract
The 30-year-old Hilton is entering the final year of a five-year, $65 million extension inked in 2015. Speaking with scribes Wednesday, Hilton made it known he wants to be a career Colt and also intends for his next contract to be the last one of his career.