For the first time this offseason, Bengals radio analyst and former offensive lineman Dave Lapham shared his thoughts on what the Bengals should do with their fifth overall pick. Lapham appeared on 700 WLW Sports Talk with Lance McAllister on Thursday night and was asked about what to the Bengals should do (not will do) with their first-round pick. He talked about the top three prospects, Penei Sewell, Ja’Marr Chase, and Kyle Pitts, and ultimately leaned more towards one of the three.
Cincinnati has been a place that has given countless blessings to my family and I over the past 8 years and for that I am forever grateful. Bernard quickly established himself as the quintessential role player in Cincinnati, and finished his Bengals career with 3,697 rushing on 921 carries with 22 touchdowns in 115 games. He probably made his greatest impact with the team as a receiver out of the backfield.
Cincinnati Bengals' 2021 NFL Mock Draft: Round 1 (pick No. WR Ja'Marr Chase School: LSU Height: 6’0 Weight: 201 The Enquirer believes the offensive line is the biggest need for the Bengals. However, based on the events of free agency and signals coming out of the Bengals organization, it seems like the club is targeting Chase at No.