Bengals players go to Fort Knox for Army experience

Some Cincinnati Bengals players went to Fort Knox on Friday to participate in exercises and support military families.

Matthew Dietz of WLWT5 reported that over two dozen Bengals players went to Kentucky and visited military children and hosted a skills and drills clinic.

Dietz also said that the players learned how the army uses their dogs by meeting with the trainers and were able to test their shooting ability.

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One of the Army dog trainers donned a Patrick Mahomes jersey to let the dog chase him down for the attending Bengals players to watch in this Fox 19 clip.

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