The latest Bengals Central Radio podcast is on the air, and making an appearance on this episode is former Cincinnati Bengals and Atlanta Falcons tight end Reggie Kelly.
Kelly was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in the second round (42nd overall) of the 1999 NFL draft, where he would play until 2003 when he signed with the Bengals. From there, he would become one of the most influential leaders on the team both spiritually and football-wise.
His greatest impact was as a blocking TE, as he was regarded as one of the NFL’s best blocking TE’s and helped spring Rudi Johnson and Cedric Benson to franchise rushing records.
For his 12 year career (7 with Bengals, 5 with Falcons), Kelly played in 184 games and amassed 195 receptions for 1,767 yards and 5 touchdowns.
Chris Roling and Sean O’Donnell also discuss the latest Bengals news, so make sure to give it a listen.
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