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Bengals News (1/10): Jonah Williams’ future

The offensive tackle wasn’t happy prior to the season, but what will he plan to do with free agency pending?

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Cincinnati Bengals Offensive Tackle Jonah Williams on His Future, Season at Right Tackle: 'Hope That Helps my Value in Some Way'
"As you guys can tell from my answers, I'm a very small-picture guy," Williams said. "I don't like to think about the big picture. I feel like there's too many variables in that. I like to distill everything down to what I can do every day. And what I could do this year was to show up and play right tackle at a high level. And that's what I dedicated myself to and I think I did a good job of that. I hope that helps my value in some way, but that wasn't what I was trying to do going in."

Bengals Re-Sign Offensive Tackle
Cochran, who will be a second-year player in 2024, originally was a college free agent signee of the Bengals in 2022. He spent his rookie season on Cincinnati's practice squad, then spent the 2023 campaign on the Reserve/Injured list with a knee injury.

Ted Karras Wins Nationwide’s Charity Challenge
Thanks to a strong showing of support by "Who Dey Nation," Cincinnati Bengals' Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year nominee Ted Karras captured the top prize in this year's Charity Challenge. To mark the occasion, Nationwide will award a $35,000 donation to Karras' charity partner, the Village of Merici, a supportive community for adults living with disabilities.

Bengals Begin Offseason With Emotion And Resolve
Now, three weeks removed from surgery on his torn quadricep tendon, Reader, the massive nose tackle, stands in front of his locker. He leans into his crutches and how Bengals head coach Zac Taylor keeps it going through what promises to be an offseason of change. Like all offseasons. And he's a free agent in this one.

Bengals make roster moves by signing players to future contracts
This is standard housekeeping as teams lock up former practice squad members (eight of the above finished the season on that list). The players won’t count against the active roster until February 12, one day after the Super Bowl.

Joe Burrow sends fitting message to Bengals fans
Right after the season ended and right around the time Burrow gave an interview talking about his injury return timetable and his desire for Tee Higgins to get an extension, Burrow put up a post on social media.

Chargers HC Rumors: Bengals OC Brian Callahan Requested for Interview
The 39-year-old Callahan has been the Bengals' offensive coordinator since 2019, when he joined then first-year head coach Zac Taylor's staff. He's coached in the NFL since 2010, when he joined the Denver Broncos as a coaching assistant.

One thought on all 61 Bengals to play at least one game in 2023 - The Athletic
The 2023 season came to an end and, contrary to popular Internet jokes, did not go as scripted for the Bengals. A season that began with Super Bowl hopes ended with a meaningless season finale and a team theoretically built for January spending that month on the couch.

Look: Cincinnati Bengals Faced NFL's Hardest Schedule in 2023
CINCINNATI — A season of injury and missed opportunities for Cincinnati didn't get help from the 2023 schedule. PFF's Timo Riske noted the Bengals faced the hardest schedule in the NFL this past season and it wasn't particularly close.