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Rookie defensive tackle Andrew Billings is putting up so much weight in a Cincinnati gym getting ready for training camp next week that they put a limit on him.
Training camp opens a week from Friday and the readers can't wait. One of the leading topics heading in is the roster joust at wide receiver as rookies like Cody Core try to get a foothold.
The Bengals are now one under the 90-player limit and are down to eight cornerbacks there are no indications they are on the verge of making an addition.
Everyone wants a list. Here is our offering of top five plays from 2015. In order to qualify, the play has to have two requirements. Obviously, it has to have a decisive voice in the game. But the play also has to have significant ramifications for how the Bengals must respond to the challenges of 2016.
If numbers don’t lie, then the 2016 NFL Record and Fact Book takes the stand and testifies that defense has been at the heart of the Bengals’ resurgence into the NFL’s tight circle of consistent winners during the last decade.
Alford spent most of last season on the practice squad, seeing action in one game and making a 15-yard reception at Cleveland. During the Bengals’ OTAs and minicamp, he showed flashes of his big-play potential.
Iloka is entering his fifth NFL season and the long-term contract extension was a definitive statement that the Bengals view him as a defensive cornerstone in their efforts to win a championship.