Cincinnati Bengals News, April 19: Washington WR Jalen McMillan Visits Bengals, Potential Draft Targets Along the Interior Offensive Line, and More

Here's the latest news involving the Cincinnati Bengals, including the excitement surrounding their new offensive tackle duo, potential draft targets, and more.

Cincinnati Bengals star quarterback Joe Burrow is nearing a return after suffering a season-ending wrist injury in Week 11 of last season. As the Bengals continue phase one of voluntary workouts this offseason, they are eager to showcase their potential in 2024.

Cincinnati Bengals News Today

Following a frenzy of moves in free agency, Cincinnati is well-positioned to make a run at the AFC North title in 2024. The Bengals solidified their offensive tackle duo by replacing former starting right tackle Jonah Williams with veteran Trent Brown. All of that and more in today’s Bengals news!

Bengals Tackles Orlando Brown Jr. and Trent Brown Have Much in Common

Cincinnati understands just how important Burrow is to the team’s success. In order for the Bengals to go anywhere, Burrow must be protected, and that’s exactly why they have invested in Orlando Brown Jr. and Trent Brown as their starting offensive tackle duo.

While they share the same last name and monstrous stature, the duo recently shared their excitement to work together in Cincinnati.

READ MORE: Cincinnati’s New OT Duo Is Excited To Work Together

Bengals NFL Draft Options: Who Could Be Some Mid-Round IOL Targets?

The Bengals may be confident in their OT duo heading into next season, but there are questions regarding the depth along the interior of their offensive line.

Pro Football Network’s Jay Morrison highlighted potential targets to solve that issue in the 2024 NFL Draft. Boston College guard Christian Mahogany started at both right and left guard in college, which means he would provide valuable experience off the bench.

CONTINUE READING: Cincinnati’s Potential Draft Targets

2020 NFL Redraft: Cincinnati Still Selects Joe Burrow First Overall

Four years have passed since the 2020 NFL Draft, and several NFL teams would likely want to go back in history and change their original selections. The Bengals, however, were not one of them.

PFN’s Dallas Robinson created a 2020 NFL Redraft, and Cincinnati was one of the few teams that did not change their selection. They’re clearly happy with Burrow as their starting quarterback, which the franchise even acknowledged in a reply to Pro Football Network’s account on X.

KEEP READING: 2020 NFL Redraft

Joe Broback’s 3-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft: Bengals Select Intriguing Offensive Tackle

The Brown duo will start at offensive tackle in 2024, but there are questions about the position after this upcoming season. Thus, PFN’s Joe Broback has the Bengals selecting one of the most intriguing offensive tackles in this year’s draft class in his latest mock draft.

Georgia OT Amarius Mims is raw, but he has all the physical tools necessary to develop into a dominant player at the next level.

READ MORE: Pro Football Network’s Latest Mock Draft

Cincinnati Hosts Jalen McMillan on Pre-Draft Visit

While Tyler Boyd continues to test free agency and Tee Higgins is searching for a massive contract extension, Cincinnati could look for help at wide receiver in the 2024 NFL Draft.

According to Mike Garafolo of NFL Network, the Bengals hosted Washington wide receiver Jalen McMillan on a pre-draft visit. McMillan would bring much-needed speed to Cincinnati and could be a target for the Bengals on Day 2 of the event.

SOURCE: Mike Garafolo of NFL Network

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