Cincinnati Enquirer Bengals Beat Podcast (#BBP)

Cincinnati Enquirer Bengals Beat Podcast (#BBP)

Cincinnati Enquirer Bengals beat writer Tyler Dragon, sports personality Lindsay Patterson, and others offer insights, analysis and everything you need to feed your Bengals' fandom.... Show More

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September 24, 2020 33 min
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Tyler Dragon, Lindsay Patterson and Charlie Goldsmith talk about if we will see college football, what it means for the NFL? Jonah Williams on his new quarterback in Joe Burrow and will Joe Mixon get paid?
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Tyler Dragon, Lindsay Patterson and Charlie Goldsmith talk about training camp starting on time. Joe Burrow will be fine without preseason reps and why this offseason helped the defense create an identity. 
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Tyler Dragon, Lindsay Patterson and Charlie Goldsmith talk about why the Bengals made the right move with the franchise tag. To pay Joe or no? Are we going to see training camp start on time and more.
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Tyler Dragon and Lindsay Patterson talk about cutting preseason down to two games, will this impact the rookies or Joe Burrow? The return of football begins now and what training camp could look like and latest on Joe Burrow and AJ Green contact talks. 
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CBS Sports analyst and former Raiders CEO Amy Trask joins me to talk about what happens in front office meetings, outlook for the 2020 season, no fans? and why fans should be excited about Joe Burrow. 
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With NFL facilities open to coaches and front office personnel around the league, Tyler Dragon, Kareem Elgazzar and Lindsay Patterson look ahead to the possibility of training camp opening in July. 
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Tyler Dragon and Lindsay Patterson talk about the state of America, Joe Burrow stepping up as a leader. Bengals OC Brian Callahan's praise for the quarterback room and when we could see the players back at Paul Brown Stadium.
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