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Top draft prospect Joe Burrow rebuffed talk that the Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback doesn't want the Cincinnati Bengals to select him No. 1 overall in April's 2020 NFL Draft.
With the NFL Scouting Combine and free agency on the horizon, several big-name players are already gaining trade buzz. Ian Rapoport names a few potential players who could be on the move.
Longtime Bengals coach Marvin Lewis was named the co-defensive coordinator at Arizona State on Tuesday, sharing the position with former Giants linebacker Antonio Pierce.
The Bengals have maintained they don't know yet what they'll do with the first overall pick in the 2020 draft. But rookie coach Zac Taylor is clear on what he wants from a QB. It sounds a lot like LSU's Joe Burrow.
Will Andy Dalton be on the Bengals' roster in 2020? Director of player personnel Duke Tobin couldn't say yet. But he intimated Dalton will be the first to know if Cincinnati opts to go in a different direction at QB.
Joe Burrow to Cincinnati feels like a sure thing. But Bengals director of player personnel Duke Tobin said Monday that the team is nowhere near making a decision at the top of the draft.
Joe Burrow's father said in an interview Thursday the Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback would be "happy" with the Bengals if the team does select him in the upcoming 2020 NFL Draft.
The Senior Bowl has locked down its coaching staffs. On Thursday, the staffs from the Cincinnati Bengals and Detroit Lions were announced as coaches for the 2020 collegiate all-star game.
Sam Wyche, who coached the Cincinnati Bengals in the 1980s and nearly won Super Bowl XXIII, died at the age of 74, the team announced Thursday.
Joe Mixon has one season remaining on his contract with the Cincinnati Bengals. Despite a disappointing 2019 campaign, the RB says he wants to stick with the Bengals for the long term.