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Bengals news (5/11): Rookies take center stage

The Cincinnati Bengals are getting their first look at their rookie draft class this weekend, in the form of a minicamp.

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Bengals Line Up The Rookies

Jonah Williams, the NFL Draft’s 11th pick and biggest name in a Bengals rookie offensive line class that is just plain big, lined up at left tackle Friday morning. He may be the left tackle of the future, but when that future starts with the veterans is anyone’s guess.

Finally together: RBs Anderson and Williams settle into Bengals rookie camp – The Athletic

Rodney Anderson and Trayveon Williams were supposed to play together at Texas A&M, but it never happened. Now they’re both Bengals.

Cincinnati Bengals: Veteran players eager to watch rookies

Bengals’ rookie minicamp is set for Friday and Saturday

Bengals sign half of their 2019 draft class

The Bengals are getting their rookies under contract.

Where Does Jonah Williams Fit Best as a Rookie?

The Bengals needed to add fresh talent on the offensive line, they did. First round draft pick Jonah Williams is the biggest addition, but now what?

Bengals Xtra: Scout’s-eye view of Bengals draft haul

Mike Potts could finally enjoy a night out in Over-the-Rhine with his wife. Steven Radicevic could even clear time in his schedule to talk to a marketing sponsorship group about the Bengals draft picks.

5-10 Zac Taylor press conference transcript: | WKRC

CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Bengals head coach Zac Taylor held a press conference on Friday to recap the first practice of the team’s two-day rookie mini-camp.

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NFL playoff droughts: Team most likely to end dry spell in 2019? -

Eight NFL teams own a playoff drought of at least three seasons, with the Browns (16 years) and Jets (eight years) carrying two of the longest. Who could end the dry spell in 2019? Dan Hanzus ranks the candidates.

Xavien Howard’s deal not quite what it seems to be – ProFootballTalk

The quid pro quo for getting the scoop on a new player contract includes hyping the deal in an effort to make it look better than it is. And that’s definitely what those who got first word of Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard’s deal did.

The marquee rookies taken in the 2019 NFL Draft who need a ‘redshirt’ year, starting with Daniel Jones -

A collection of early-round picks need plenty of time to sharpen their skills or add strength

Ready or not: 5 small-school rookies with biggest shoes to fill | Pro Football Weekly

Not every NFL rookie’s learning curve is the same. For instance, Denver Broncos second-round QB Drew Lock started four years in the SEC but won’t start out of the gate in the NFL, while first-rounders Kyler Murray and Dwayne Haskins each started for only one season — albeit brilliantly at major programs — but are likely to be handed the reins by their respective organizations on Day 1.

AFC North projected starters: Browns loaded, Steelers ain’t dead -

Where are the holes on this power-loaded Browns roster? Are the Steelers really as depleted as some people seem to believe? Gregg Rosenthal projects post-draft starting lineups for each AFC North team.