A Bengals Ring Of Honor Quotebook Authored By Boomer And Chad
"(Johnson's) performance on the field speaks for itself. He was one of the most difficult players to cover, and I think he had the right coach in Marvin Lewis ... Much like I felt that way about Bruce (Coslet) and Sam (Wyche). I'm sure he feels that way about maybe Hue Jackson and Marvin. It was apparent to me that, when he was playing for about five or six years there, he was like right there at the top with Terrell Owens and with Joe Horn and all those guys.
Reactions as Chad Johnson, Boomer Esiason join Bengals Ring of Honor
Chad Johnson and Boomer Esiason got the call in this year’s class, joining Ken Anderson, Willie Anderson, Paul Brown, Isaac Curtis, Anthony Muñoz and Ken Riley in the Ring of Honor.
Former Cincinnati Bengals Quarterback Boomer Esiason Praises Joe Burrow Following Ring of Honor Announcement: 'He's Exceeded Every Expectation That I Had For Him'
"I actually did that to Carson Palmer too as well," Esiason said. "And I welcomed them both to our dysfunctional family for whatever reason, but I said it in a funny way. And I said 'Look one thing I do know, Mike Brown knows quarterbacks,' he really does, and when you think about the stability at quarterback that the Bengals have had for most of their existence. That tells you that Mike knows exactly what a quarterback needs to look like how that quarterback needs to act, and how he can get the best out of that player. Joe Burrow was a can't-miss prospect. We knew coming out of LSU he was going to be a superstar.
Cincinnati Bengals NFL training camp preview: Key dates, notable additions, biggest storylines
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Bengals rookie Myles Murphy gets his first Madden rating
Let Madden tell it, Murphy is a 72 overall as of the launch of the game. The ratings give him 88 speed and 90 acceleration, hinting they think he’ll be fast off the snap when rushing the passer. Add in a 70 block-shedding rating and Murphy could be pretty useful on the digital fields as a rookie — and he’s got plenty of room to grow in the ratings if he starts meeting some of his high potential early.
Bengals Could Do Something Steelers Have Never Done, Make AFC North History In 2023
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Madden 24 Ratings Released For Cincinnati Bengals Cornerbacks
Chidobe Awuzie paces the group at 85 overall, which ranks him 15th leaguewide in the game.
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