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August 03, 2016 09:46 AM PDT

Enquirer Bengals beat writers Paul Dehner Jr. and Jim Owczarski use the first off day of camp after five practices to assess the fallout from an active opening week.

We discuss what will come of the cornerback position in light of William Jackson III tearing his pectoral, Leon Hall, the tight end uncertainties, Ryan Hewitt's extension, our surprises of camp and behind the scenes of Jim's feature on Andy Dalton.

You'll hear from Tyler Eifert, Dre Kikrpatrick and Tyler Boyd. Plus, Jim's mad about emails.

July 28, 2016 02:25 PM PDT

Enquirer Bengals beat writers Paul Dehner Jr. and Jim Owczarski return from the summer break to preview training camp which begins Friday on the fields adjacent Paul Brown Stadium.

We dive into the interesting plan for Vontaze Burfict, the unique relationship between Mike Brown and Marvin Lewis and the storylines we're most interested to watch starting this weekend.

You'll hear from both Lewis and defensive coordinator Paul Guenther.

Plus, we introduce our weekly segment: "What is making Jim made this week?" and throw back to a classic with the new intro for the 2016 season.

July 25, 2016 05:55 AM PDT

Over these four weeks, the Enquirer will unveil each former player of what would be our mythical four-member Bengals Ring of Honor Class. The club doesn't currently have a Ring of Honor or Hall of Fame, but if they did decide to institute one, these would be our picks. With the selection, we sit down for a podcast conversation with each of the Bengals' legends about their careers, life after football, the state of the game and, of course, the current Bengals.

In this final conversation, rather than sit down with our inductee, as I did last year for our podcast series looking back at the 2005 season, I dove into the debate over a fourth selection that could have gone dozens of different directions.

For the discussion I brought in longtime Cincinnati sports talk show host at 700 WLW and ESPN1530 Mo Egger. We break down the four choices, the toughest decisions and his off-the-radar choice for who would be his fourth member of a potential four-person Ring of Honor class.

July 18, 2016 06:36 AM PDT

Over these four weeks, the Enquirer will unveil each former player of what would be our mythical four-member Bengals Ring of Honor Class. The club doesn't currently have a Ring of Honor or Hall of Fame, but if they did decide to institute one these would be our picks. With the selection, we sit down for a podcast conversation with each of the Bengals legends about their careers, life after football, the state of the game and, of course, the current Bengals. Enjoy the series.

In this conversation with our third inductee, I caught up with him on the phone to talk about how his memory if the 1988 Super Bowl evolved over time, his strong feelings about Andy Dalton, how close he came to returning in 1998, watching his son Gunnar pick up the torch fighting Cystic Fibrosis and much more.
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July 11, 2016 05:38 AM PDT

Over these four weeks, the Enquirer will unveil each former player of what would be our mythical four-member Bengals Ring of Honor Class. The club doesn't currently have a Ring of Honor or Hall of Fame, but if they did decide to institute one these would be our picks. With the selection, we sit down for a podcast conversation with each of the Bengals legends about their careers, life after football, the state of the game and, of course, the current Bengals. Enjoy the series.

In this conversation with the second inductee, I sat down at Dickmann's Sports Cafe in Northern Kentucky with former NFL MVP quarterback Ken Anderson. The conversation touched on parallels between his career and Andy Dalton, evolution of the passing game and even his own case for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Anderson also detailed the work of his foundation in helping adults with autism which includes a celebrity softball game fundraiser Friday at the home of the Florence Freedom.

July 04, 2016 01:43 PM PDT

Over the next four weeks, the Enquirer will unveil each former player of what would be our mythical four-member Bengals Ring of Honor Class. The club doesn't currently have a Ring of Honor or Hall of Fame, but if they did decide to institute one these would be our picks. With the selection, we sit down for a podcast conversation with each of the Bengals legends about their careers, life after football, the state of the game and, of course, the current Bengals. Enjoy the series.

In this conversation with the first inductee and no-brainer in this exercise I sat down with Anthony Munoz prior to one of his Anthony Munoz Foundation events at Sycamore High School. He talks about Super Bowl memories, the play that really haunts him, the challenges athletes face after the game, surreal nature of driving to Canton when you're in the Hall of Fame, his choice on the most underrated candidate for a Bengals Ring of Honor and his wildly successful foundation helping kids across Cincinnati.

June 17, 2016 06:19 AM PDT

Enquirer Bengals beat writers Paul Dehner Jr. and Jim Owczarski sit down to wrap up the Bengals' mandatory minicamp and take a look back at the entirety of the offseason program as the team heads into the six-week summer dead period.
We talk about what we learned from the young group of receivers, questions at linebacker and the debate of defensive line rotation. We also jump deeper into who could land the next contract extension, joint practices with the Vikings and a teaser for this year's historical podcast series.

You'll hear from both defensive coordinator Paul Guenther and defensive line coach Jacob Burney.

Also, we shout out to you for help in some pressing multimedia projects.

June 01, 2016 06:59 AM PDT

Enquirer Bengals beat writers Paul Dehner Jr. and Jim Owczarski sit down after the second OTA practice open to the media this offseason.

We jump into four primary topics. We discuss the Tyler Eifert injury, fallout and everyone's quick trigger to blame the medical staff. The topic of Dwight Freeney and the changing value of veteran players in the softer NFL. We dive deeper into the long conversation Jim had with Andrew Whitworth about his future in the league. Finally, we talk briefly about Vontaze Burfict before answering a few of your Twitter questions.

You'll hear our exclusive interviews with defensive coordinator Paul Guenther, reserve tight end C.J. Uzomah, Whitworth and Burfict.

May 18, 2016 11:47 AM PDT

Enquirer Bengals beat writers Paul Dehner Jr. and Jim Owczarski come together to break down a busier than normal two weeks of May.

We jump into four primary topics. We ask if Shawn Williams made the right choice inking the four-year extension with the Bengals. Observations are offered from rookie mini-camp, including a tangent on the possible infusion of increased rotation on the defensive line. More on Jeremy Hill again standing up and answering to all the fumble questions. Will his first-class reaction matter next January? Finally, we judge if there is anything to be taken from the Bengals failed waiver claim on Zach Mettenberger.

Hear from Williams, defensive coordinator Paul Guenther, rookie Tyler Boyd, receivers coach James Urban and a portion of Hill's media session.

If you want to listen on your drive to work or during the morning workout, just download/subscribe to the podcast on iTunes by following the link here. The podcast will come directly to you the instant we post a new one.

May 02, 2016 05:34 PM PDT

Following the 2016 NFL Draft, Paul Dehner Jr. and Jim Owczarski gather to break down all seven picks and the fallout across the roster for the Bengals.
Hear from cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick reacting to a first-round corner showing up in the cornerback room, Tyler Boy on confidence to make an instant impact at receiver, Andrew Billings, Marvin Lewis and defensive line coach Jacob Burney about the fourth-round pick's motivation and offensive line coach Paul Alexander venting about fan frustration surrounding Russell Bodine.
All and more in one of the most comprehensive BBP sessions yet.

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