There is nothing like spending an entire weekend watching a bunch of dudes running around in tight spandex and muscle shirts, jumping, sprinting, lifting. In the words of Anthony Cozensa, “Creepy”. Regardless the NFL Network put on a show this weekend when the annual NFL Scouting Combine took place in Indy. We saw the big names like Clowney, Manziel and Sammy Watkins all do their thing, solidfying themselves as first round picks. On this week’s episode we break it down Bengals style. Which guys and which positions were noticeable this weekend?
In this week’s show:
We start by welcoming the newest member of the Cincy Jungle staff, Jason Marcum, to the podcast. Jason spent most of the weekend reviewing the footage on the NFL Network and posting like CRAZY here at the Jungle. He had some good insights on the combine as well as free agency.
One of those points being Jason Campbell. Would he be a good choice to bring in as a backup behind Andy Dalton? He had one of his best years in Oakland under Hue Jackson before breaking his collar bone leading to the biggest trade heist ever.
We offer up our usual shoutouts, including a big congratulations to the Cincinnati Enquirer’s Paul Dehner. It was announced today that Paul will be the head beat writer covering the Cincinnati Bengals. Congrats Paul!
Fatal Content rings in again with his Question of the Night: “If you could trade for any coach in the NFL outside of Bill Belichick, who would you trade for?”
Greg from Madeira also rings in with a great point. The Bengals are still in a position to draft the best player available, don’t be surprised to see a WR in round 1.
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