Bengals News (4/25): Players catching on to new defensive scheme

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Bengals News (4/25): Players catching on to new defensive scheme
Bengals News (4/25): Players catching on to new defensive scheme

Lou Anarumo, the Bengals' first-year defensive coordinator, wears his hometown on his sleeve. But he's also put it in his evolving playbook. Call it “The Staten Island Flurry,” a defense that relies on a no-nonsense directness, candor and borough bluntness that plays well in a slice of New York City that can take the tides into New Jersey while sightseeing around the Statue of Liberty. Check out the best images from day two of the Bengals' voluntary minicamp. Jackson, a fourth-year player in 2019, has played in 31 games with 21 starts. Last season, he started 16 games and totaled 41 tackles, and his 13 passes defensed led the team. The Bengals will have 11 selections when the draft begins Thursday

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