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Zac Taylor Confident in Bengals' Scheme Entering Year Three

Bengals head coach Zac Taylor was pleased with the team’s attendance and accomplishments during their offseason program. So much so that he cut minicamp short and let his guys go home earlier than expected. The next time the players will report to Paul Brown Stadium is July 26 for training...
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Watch: Ja'Marr Chase Mic'd Up During Bengals Practice

CINCINNATI — Bengals wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase is still get acclimated to life in the NFL. The fifth overall pick has practiced with his teammates for the past month. He was mic'd up during one of those sessions. He had some hilarious exchanges with Tee Higgins, Joe Burrow and other teammates. Watch the video below.
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Unvaccinated NFL Players Will Face Plenty of Hurdles in 2021

CINCINNATI — NFL players don't have to get the COVID-19 vaccine, but their life is going to be much different if they aren't vaccinated. Unvaccinated players will be tested for COVID on a daily basis and must wear masks while inside team facilities. They'll have to be socially distanced from their teammates and face travel restrictions.
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Joe Burrow Impresses in 7-on-7s as Bengals Spring Ends Early

CINCINNATI — Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow is still recovering from a torn left ACL, but that didn't stop him from impressing on Cincinnati's first and last day of mandatory minicamp. Burrow completed all nine of his passes during 7-on-7 drills. His best throw was to Tyler Boyd, who got enough...
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Jessie Bates Focused on Winning With Contract Extension Talks Looming

Jessie Bates III has emerged as one of the best safeties in the National Football League. The fourth-year player has developed into one of the NFL’s best safeties. He had 109 tackles, three interceptions, one forced fumble, and 15 passes defensed last season. Bates was also Pro Football Focus’ highest rated safety in 2020.