Bengals Depth Chart

Cincinnati Bengals 90-man training camp depth chart

Joe Burrow #9, Cincinnati Bengals (Photo by Todd Olszewski/Getty Images)
Joe Burrow #9, Cincinnati Bengals (Photo by Todd Olszewski/Getty Images) /
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Quinton Spain #67, Cincinnati Bengals
Quinton Spain #67, Cincinnati Bengals (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images) /

Cincinnati Bengals training camp roster, offensive line

Thoughts: This unit was mentioned every week in 2020, normally for bad reasons, but that’s to be expected. It’s difficult to remember who said this first, but it’s been said for as long as football has been played.

When the names of offensive linemen aren’t being mentioned during games, they’re probably doing a very good job. If they’re mentioned too often, something is probably wrong. Do you see where this is headed? Expect this unit to be juggled some, but here’s a guess on what we’re looking at on the first day of training camp.

Left tackle: Jonah Williams, Fred Johnson, Isaiah Prince

Left guard: Quinton Spain, Michael Jordan, Keaton Sutherland

Center: Trey Hopkins, Billy Price, Trey Hill

Right guard: Jackson Carman, Xavier Su’a-Filo, Hakeem Adeniji

Right tackle: Riley Reiff, D’Ante Smith

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