Bengals News (4/3): Other teams believe Cincinnati needs Penei Sewell

“Many teams” think Cincinnati Bengals should hit Penei Sewell by fifth choice
The Bengals have a dilemma with fifth overall selection. Should they go with Oregon offensive lineman Penei Sewell or LSU receiver Ja’Marr Chase? Both are considered “blue chip” prospects. Chase is higher on many big boards, but Sewell brings up the Bengals’ need to protect star quarterback Joe Burrow.

To mark the silver anniversary of its design, Bengali legend Willie Anderson is reviewing another large, young device
The Bengals could celebrate the silver anniversary of their draft of 20-year-old Anderson with the 10th election later this month with the fifth election this year by picking another massive 20-year-old in Sewell, Oregon’s gifted left-wing tackle.

Media Mock Draft: Who will the Bengals take in 5th place overall in the 2021 NFL Draft?
Given the need for offensive linemen and frontline edge rushers (the free agency handled the cornerbacks), we wondered how we could get two pretty high second-round picks. Three decisions in the top 40 would be nice in a draft with tackles and pass rushers supposedly lurking in the late first and early second.

Week in Review: A look back at the top Bengals stories, videos, and photos from the past week
The Bengals continued to fill their 2021 list this week with a slew of veteran free agent signings. Geoff Hobson, Senior Writer at, took a deeper look at these free agency moves and shows what’s on the agenda for the upcoming NFL draft in the latest issue of Hobson’s Choice.

Bengals well represented, as Penei Sewell impressed at Pro Day
The Bengals, who made first choice for quarterback Joe Burrow last year to injure themselves behind a shaky offensive line, sent their two top decision-makers (player staff director Duke Tobin and head coach Zac Taylor) to Oregon Pro Day today. Sewell looked good.

NFL Executives and Personnel Issues Cincinnati Bengals’ largest free agent signing
“I thought it was a drastic overpayment for Hendrickson,” an appraiser told Sando. “It’s solid, tough, and instinctive, but it’s not explosive. Sometimes you watch the games and wonder how he got into this production. “

If Seahawks are looking for more depth with DT, the reunion of the former dominant Bengal duo might be attractive – Sports Illustrated Seattle Seahawks News, Analysis, and More
Despite losing the defensive tackle against Jarran Reed, the Seahawks have arguably improved their front lines significantly this off-season. They picked Kerry Hyder Jr. from the 49ers, brought in Al Woods for his third stint with the team, and kept pass rushers Benson Mayowa and Carlos Dunlap.

Around the league

Seven teams that MUST do well in the 2021 NFL Draft
Every team wants to do well on every draft, but the event usually means more to some franchises than others. Circumstances vary every year – some organizations have made a conscious choice to focus on prospects versus freelance agents, others have generally undervalued rosters or opportunities to land important franchise building blocks – but different teams have done a lot with this particular one Offseason feature to do.

49ers asking about the price of Jimmy Garoppolo are the first choice
There is no rush to find the new guy, whoever he may be, which means the 49ers are in the kitty’s seat in terms of position. They can roll with Garoppolo as a starter and leave their first choice on the bench to study – and they can claim the highest compensation for Garoppolo for receiving calls from interested applicants.

Mac Jones is not worth a first-round election; Rashod Bateman the next Justin Jefferson?
The first round of the NFL draft is generally reserved for superheroes. And the potential customers with the most extraordinary physical abilities are considered the top 10 talent in the scouting community for their ability to transform franchise businesses.

Eagles QB Jalen Hurts changes the number to No. 1
Whether Hurts’ numerical primacy is a conscious reflection of his newfound status as Philly’s top man at the center, or just a coincidence, can be left to Philadelphia Talk Radio for debate or Hurts to clarify.

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