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Thread: 2023 Cincinnati Bengals Part 1: Offseason

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    Re: 2023 Cincinnati Bengals Part 1: Offseason

    List of FA's signing with Bengals:


    G Jaxson Kirkland (Washington)
    S Larry Brooks (Tulane)
    RB Calvin Tyler Jr (Utah State)
    LB Shaka Heyward (Duke)
    WR Mac Hippenhammer (Miami, OH)
    DT Devonnsha Maxwell (Chattanooga)
    WR Shedrick Jackson (Auburn)
    TE Christian Trajan (Houston)
    RB Jacob Saylors (Eastern Tennessee State)
    LB Jaylen Moody ALA
    Calvin Taylor is 5 ft 8 210 bowling ball of a runner
    Maxwell had 37.5 sacks as a DT whoa...small school kid. 6ft 3 296 30 reps on the bench

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    Re: 2023 Cincinnati Bengals Part 1: Offseason

    Quote Originally Posted by RiverRat13 View Post
    2017 - traded back in the second round before taking Mixon

    2018 - traded back in the first round in exchange for Cordy Glenn (ugh) and traded down in the second before taking Bates.

    2019 - traded back in the second round before taking Sample (ugh).

    2020 - stood pat in what may go down as the best draft in team history.

    2021 - traded back in the second round to pick up two 4th rounders and then took Carmen (ugh).

    2022 - traded up in the second to get CTB.

    2023 - traded back in the third round


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    Re: 2023 Cincinnati Bengals Part 1: Offseason

    I remember the Bengals used to draft Bearcats. Greg Cook the most famous one. Then some mediocre ones in the 90s. Then they stayed away from some good ones. The obvious ones being the Kelce brothers. Why are they loathe to draft or even sign them as UFA? That LB would have been nice as a UFA.

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    Re: 2023 Cincinnati Bengals Part 1: Offseason

    Quote Originally Posted by KoryMac5 View Post
    List of FA's signing with Bengals:


    G Jaxson Kirkland (Washington)
    S Larry Brooks (Tulane)
    RB Calvin Tyler Jr (Utah State)
    LB Shaka Heyward (Duke)
    WR Mac Hippenhammer (Miami, OH)
    DT Devonnsha Maxwell (Chattanooga)
    WR Shedrick Jackson (Auburn)
    TE Christian Trajan (Houston)
    RB Jacob Saylors (Eastern Tennessee State)
    LB Jaylen Moody ALA
    Calvin Taylor is 5 ft 8 210 bowling ball of a runner
    Maxwell had 37.5 sacks as a DT whoa...small school kid. 6ft 3 296 30 reps on the bench

    https://www.timesfreepress.com/news/...spect-who-has/
    Shedrick Jackson is Bo Jackson's nephew and Shaka Heyward is related to Cam Heyward.

    Kirkland could be interesting.

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    Re: 2023 Cincinnati Bengals Part 1: Offseason

    Quote Originally Posted by Hillsdale87 View Post
    Switching to RT after a season where playing injured likely hurt his performance could cost him a lot of money in FA. I don't blame him for wanting a trade to maximize his value on the market, and I don't blame the Bengals for saying no. It's just business


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    Heís not going to lose that much money. Heís not really been a good LT to begin with. Average at best. More confident in his abilities than production.

    His attitude in contrast to Whitworth, who was moved to G after being drafted as a T, yet he canít even be bothered to consider a move to RT. Good riddance. But Bengals donít like players who pull this stuff. They would have been better off trading him for 4th or 5th. Signing another T. Drafting one. Maybe even ask for a 3rd if the pay half his salary.

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    Re: 2023 Cincinnati Bengals Part 1: Offseason

    We're over 1,000 posts here, so please continue the discussion in the thread that was opened.


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