Week In Review: More in store for the Bengals defense
Coaches returning, Auden Tate helping a community heal, and plenty of defensive discussion make up this week in Bengals news.
Office Space Has More Furnishings For Bengals Defensive Coaches
Head coach Zac Taylor’s staff begins to head back into the office Friday for the first time since March 13, when Anarumo and the staff got pulled off the road scouting for the draft. D.J. Reader was still a Texan, Trae Waynes was still a Viking and the Bengals defense was still evolving from a 4-3.
Bengals depth chart 2020: Cincinnati’s projected Week 1 starters heading into OTAs, training camp - CBSSports.com
The Bengals made a lot of moves this offseason, and here’s who their likely starters will be.
Hue Jackson discusses book he’s writing, Baker Mayfield, Kaepernick
Hue Jackson last served as the special assistant to then-head coach Marvin Lewis for the Cincinnati Bengals in 2018.
Around the League
Roger Goodell: NFL ‘wrong’ for not listening to protesting players earlier
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Friday the league admits it was wrong “for not listening to NFL players earlier” and encourages “all to speak out and peacefully protest” in a video posted across the league’s social media platforms.
NFL coaches return to team facilities
NFL teams are back in the building. Well, at least parts of them. Friday is the first day coaches are allowed to return to team facilities, and the Bengals’ Zac Taylor and Steelers’ Mike Tomlin were already spotted in their respective headquarters.
Lamar Jackson's Willingness To Throw Deep Key To Ravens' 2020 Success | The Draft Network
The continued success of the Ravens’ running game relies, in part, on their ability to recognize when it’s been beaten by simple arithmetic, and accordingly posture with a deep strike to force opponents to play more honest football.
Minnesota Vikings' Kyle Rudolph organizes essential goods drive with Timberwolves, Gophers
Kyle Rudolph held a donation drive on Friday in the parking lot of a now-closed Cub Foods near East Lake Street and Hiawatha Avenue in Minneapolis where residents from the surrounding area could receive nonperishable food and other essential items.
Falcons QB Matt Ryan donating $500,000 to help Atlanta's black community
Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan is donating $500,000 toward a GoFundMe fundraiser he established, aimed at advancing lives in the black community of Atlanta.