Cincinnati Bengals 2017 NFL Draft News, Updates, Coverage
Everything to know about the 2017 NFL Draft and how it relates to the Cincinnati Bengals, who own the No. 9 overall pick in 2017.
Will John Ross or Joe Mixon have a bigger fantasy football impact this year?
The Bengals wrapped up their 2017 NFL Draft by selecting Mason Schreck in Round 7.
The Bengals found another do-it-all defensive back in Brandon Wilson.
Some experts thought Evans was a more than worthy of his Round 6 selection, while others thought he should go undrafted.
Both fourth round picks will be making a similar amounts of money during their first four years with the Bengals.
Willis has speed and power, but he needs to be able to bend and turn the corner to get to the quarterback. That is something he didn’t consistently show at Kansas State.
Finding the value in a kicker is a hard thing to grasp, as evidenced by how experts viewed Bengals kicker Jake Elliott heading into the draft.
We all know who the Bengals selected with their first round pick, but how well do you remember the rest of round one?
J.J. Dielman didn’t receive much love from experts coming into the NFL Draft.
The Bengals got great value by drafting Josh Malone in the middle of Round 4.
Comparing when Glasgow was drafted to when he was expected to be selected off the board.
Free agency was rough, but, the Bengals had a solid draft. Still, ESPN doesn’t seem to be thrilled by Cincinnati’s offseason.
Most experts think Ross was a slight reach where the Bengals got him.
Mixon and Ross figure to have major roles in Cincinnati as rookies and they’ll get to learn about life in the NFL with many of this year’s top draft picks.
We spoke with a Tennessee fan and blogger to learn more about the Bengals’ Round 4 selection of wide receiver Josh Malone.
Expect Willis and/or Lawson to have a major role in this defense in 2017.
Don’t be surprised if these guys carve out a space for themselves on the roster.
Cincinnati was in love with Carl Lawson when Day 3 of the NFL Draft began, and they were lucky to get him where they did.
Boom Williams is looking to bring a much-needed boom to the Bengals’ backfield.
The Cincinnati Bengals are looking to replenish the roster with speed and youth, but the team shouldn’t be rushing veterans, who are perceived to be declining, out of the door.
Jobs are on the line after the addition of 11 draft picks and 13 undrafted additions to the Bengals’ roster.
Draft analyst Joe Goodberry joins OBI as a guest co-host this week. Listen, watch or download the podcast here!
Check out the reactions from and to the draft picks and commentary from NFL Network for all 11 of the Bengals’ 2017 draft picks.
Though the former Oklahoma Sooner linebacker was a late-round selection by the Bengals, his skill set might bring something to the defense the team has been seeking for quite some time.
Brandon Wilson joined a select group of prospects who the Bengals moved up in the draft in order to select. Who were the others, and how does Wilson compare?
The NFL season is months away, but there’s no time like the present to discuss offensive rookie of the year candidates. That’s especially true when a Bengals player is part of the discussion.
The Bengals’ Round 3 draft pick was never a captain of his high school football team. But, he was the student council president. We learned that and much more in speaking with Bring on the Cats’ Jon Morse. Read the Q&A here.
The additions made by the Bengals in the 2017 NFL Draft weren’t enough to help the team climb in ESPN’s power rankings.
“He’s a burner but he’s also skilled,” one scout said of the Bengals’ first round draft pick. “He is extremely explosive and he’s got very good body control through the route.”
The Bengals got some much-needed help in the pass-rushing department by drafting Carl Lawson in Round 4.