Julian Miller

#67DE,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 255
Born:
College: West Virginia
Birth Place: Columbus, Ohio
Draft: Undrafted
  • Andy Dalton Reveals Bill Belichick Scouted Rex Burkhead In Unorthodox Way
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    Andy Dalton Reveals Bill Belichick Scouted Rex Burkhead In Unorthodox Way

    Matt Lengel apparently wasn’t just a tight end for the New England Patriots last season. He also had a part-time job as a pro scout. Lengel supposedly played a role in Rex Burkhead signing with the New England Patriots this offseason. How do we know this? Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton was asked about Burkhead on Friday’s episode of Barstool Sports’ “Pardon My Take” podcast. Burkhead was teammates on the Bengals with Dalton from 2013 to 2016. “Rex is one of my good buddies,” Dalton said on the show. “I remember talking to somebody — so, we had a tight end who was with us, Matt Lengel, he ended up with the Patriots this past year. They picked him up off our practice squad. We were

  • Diva Chad Johnson had hand in NFL celebration rule change
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    Diva Chad Johnson had hand in NFL celebration rule change

    May 26 (UPI) -- Former Pro Bowl wide receiver Chad Johnson, with his flair for dramatic touchdown celebrations, helped Roger Goodell craft the NFL's new guidelines. The Cincinnati Bengals legend talked to the NFL commissioner "a couple of times at length" before Goodell decided to loosen his grip on football fun. Goodell told owners on Tuesday that group celebrations, using the ball as a prop, and going to the ground to create snow angels are once again permissible after touchdowns. The league will also shorten overtime by five minutes. "I had talked to Roger a couple of times at length, maybe two or three times, before the rule change came out," Johnson said Friday on the B-More Opinionated

  • Assessing the value Bengals received in drafting Josh Malone
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    Assessing the value Bengals received in drafting Josh Malone

    The Cincinnati Bengals went to great lengths to upgrade their offense in the 2017 NFL Draft. After taking John Ross and Joe Mixon in the first two rounds, they added another playmaking pass-catcher in Round 4, which came in Tennessee Volunteers wide receiver Josh Malone. The Bengals were expected to add multiple receivers in this draft, and Malone was an ideal candidate on Day 3 after Ross went in the first round. Malone is more of a bigger possession receiver with good speed that will play on the boundary, whereas Ross is a small burner that will play in the slot and boundary, so their games will complement each other. The 6’3”, 208-pound Malone caught 50 passes for 972 yards (19.4 avg.) and