And a promotion for Jordan Kovacs.
The Bengals are bringing back a familiar face to assist their defense in 2019.
Cincinnati’s defensive staff is in place and it’s not totally clear what scheme we’ll see the most this year.
The Bengals are in the midst of an overhaul, as Zac Taylor is finalizing his staff, and the team may be open to trading a former high pick. The OBI crew discusses those topics and asks about what Bengals documentaries would be the most appealing to watch.
Lou Anarumo is now the Cincinnati Bengals’ defensive coordinator and the team is trying to finalize the rest of the staff as the league heads to Indianapolis for the NFL Combine.
Cincinnati usually prefers to look inward during March’s contract-fest, so how should they value some of their guys set to hit the open market?
After what has been a short honeymoon, the Cincinnati Bengals have entered the month of February on a sour note. Who will take the seemingly-unwanted defensive coordinator job and do the Bengals now need to look at adding to the running back group again this offseason?
Zac Taylor is finalizing his coaching staff, as the Bengals gear up for one of the biggest offseason events in the form of the NFL Combine. With some recent news in the AFC North, might Cincinnati be shifting its NFL Draft focus?
According to Bengals owner Mike Brown, de facto general manager Duke Tobin was the main party responsible for the Zac Taylor hire. Whichever way Taylor’s tenure goes, Tobin’s reputation will be judged accordingly.
One of the Bengals’ best players recently noted that the organization making a head coaching change is the shakeup that’s been needed.
This week, we talk about some of the intriguing prospects who showed off during Senior Bowl week, as well as talking about another quarterback swap-out possibility for the Bengals and answering your questions on the air!
The Bengals can’t afford to reach for a player at No. 11 and need him to come in and contribute right away. Speaking of the draft, could the Bengals load up at the skill positions as the Rams have recently done?
With a trio of quarterback gurus supposedly going to be on the team’s staff, the position group should provide optimism in 2019.
We catch up with John Sheeran, who is in Mobile, AL, covering the Senior Bowl. Who has impressed and what other rumors are swirling around about the Bengals down south?
Could Zac Taylor bring his brother, Press Taylor, to the Bengals in an assistant capacity? Would Press bring one of the two Eagles quarterbacks with him?
Taylor also has Bill Callahan’s son as his preferred offensive coordinator.
Cincinnati has been in full house-cleaning mode since 2019 has begun, but is that setting themselves up for a fourth-straight losing season, despite the coaching change?
On this week’s episode, the OBI crew discusses the pros and cons of their head coach selection still working through championship weekend, while also asking the question of if the Bengals are scrapping too much too soon and what’s ahead at quarterback.
The Bengals have parted ways with Marvin Lewis, and the process to find the next head coach is winding down. Check back here for the latest news.
One reporter thinks it’s "extremely likely" Callahan ends up in Cincinnati.
Does a new coach automatically mean that a quarterback will come in the draft? Is there a concern that some seasoned veterans could tune out a younger, unproven coach?
History shows us that outside views on head coaching hires can be dead wrong.
A league source claims Cincinnati is afraid of a potential investigation.
We’ve known for bit now that the Bengals have had strong interest in eight candidates for their vacant head coaching spot. What’s the best single word to describe the guys who have been connected to the gig?
Though nothing is official, the Cincinnati Bengals are rumored to have pinpointed their next head man in Rams assistant, Zac Taylor. Is the risky move going to pay off?
One of the early favorites to land the Bengals’ head coaching job isn’t likely to come to Cincinnati for any other position. Another could end up with the Browns.
The Cincinnati Bengals are taking their time in their search for a new head coach. We have a little fun this week, using one word to describe the candidates for the job, while also scouting out some players we’d like to see in stripes from the National Championship.
The Bengals could see some of their coaching staff members poached before the new head coach arrives.
It’s been over a week since "Black Monday" and over half of the head coaching vacancies have been filled. Who are the candidates that remain available for hire?