Bengals check off major priority on offseason to-do list

Bengals check off major priority on offseason to-do list

The Cincinnati Bengals barely let Friday begin before announcing that they agreed to terms with first-round pick Myles Murphy on his rookie contract. However, he’s not the only one.

 

 

The two-time defending AFC North champions figured they might as well just get the whole thing over with and have now signed all eight of their 2023 draft picks.

 

 

 

 

Cincinnati did a good job in the draft of adding guys that can have an impact immediately and others that may need more time to develop but will contribute soon. So, a very well-put-together roster in Cincinnati just got better.

The Bengals get thrown right into the fire to start the 2023 season with a road game against the Cleveland Browns and then they host the Baltimore Ravens in their home opener.

 

 

Bengals check off major priority on offseason to-do list

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