Cincinnati Bengals 2016 NFL Draft Coverage
Everything you need to know from news to rumors and the top prospects for the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2016 NFL Draft.
Can you name the Cincinnati Bengals' all-time draft picks at each position, based on their careers as Bengals players?
You'd be surprised just how solid of a pick that Tyler Boyd was in Round 2 in terms of value. Most analysts had the former Pitt star ranked as a top 45 prospect with one service ranking him as high as 31st overall.
Lucas Powell, a center for Ohio University and Silverberry Mouhon a defensive end from University of Cincinnati are among the players trying out for the Bengals this weekend.
"I totally agree with the decision," Pro Bowl cornerback Adam Jones said recently of the Bengals taking a cornerback in the first round. The rest of the group sounds happy, but they are also aware of his pushing of the rest of the position group.
The Cincinnati Bengals' third round pick in the 2016 NFL Draft can play a number of different spots on the team's already-solid defense, but that isn't the only area in which he'll be contributing.
Everybody seems to love the Bengals’ 2016 draft class, but can a case be made that it is not as great as it seems?
As has been the case recently, the Bengals mostly tweaked their roster, adding players who will shine in coming years. Management is confident the team is nearing a championship, and they plan on sustaining the level of talent into the future.
For the fourth time in the last 11 drafts, the Bengals selected a cornerback with their first round selection. How does this one stack up to the other cornerbacks drafted in Round 1 of the Draft?
There isn't too much tape on YouTube of Bengals fifth round Draft pick, Christian Westerman. But, we've gathered what we could find to learn more about the offensive lineman out of Arizona State University.
We look at the seven wide receivers drafted in the first two rounds of the 2016 NFL Draft, including the Bengals' own Tyler Boyd. Do any of them project to offer much in their rookie seasons?
If we're going just off how players graded out as prospects and when they were expected to be drafted this year, the Bengals just wrapped up another successful NFL draft.
The Cleveland Browns sent a few messages to players on their roster with their draft picks, including former Bengals WR Andrew Hawkins. The Ravens had a solid draft, and the Steelers had one of the more polarizing drafts of any team.
Jackson is a Houston product, born and raised, and wanted nothing more than to turn the program at Houston into an elite program that went to bowls on a yearly basis. He gave up personal accomplishments in order to better help the team earn wins.