We’re just about a week away from one of the NFL’s biggest events. And, with a big event comes the need for it to be hosted in a big, flashy city—enter Las Vegas, Nevada.
Here on The Orange and Black Insider Bengals podcast, we’re talking all things NFL Draft. This week, a lesser-known prospect gets the spotlight, while we also talk Cincinnati’s positional needs and more!
Some of the topics this week:
- Brian Callahan publicly stated some concrete plans in 2022 for Hakeem Adeniji, Jackson Carman, D’Ante Smith and Trey Hill. What do these plans mean going forward?
- Right now a handful of positions seem to headline the biggest needs for the Bengals heading into this draft. Where would you rank safety, cornerback, tight end, interior offensive and defensive lines from 1-5, in terms of most to least needed?
- Otito Ogbonnia from UCLA is a big, strong interior defensive lineman that will go sometime in the middle rounds in this year’s class. Could he help the Bengals?
- Remember when the 2009 and 2010 draft classes quietly aided the Bengals’ resurgence in 2011 (along with that class full of big names, too)?
- And more!
Our thanks to those who joined us at the special time of 5:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday for the live show. Otherwise, you can catch it on your favorite streamer now, across multiple platforms!
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