Reggie McNeal

Cincinnati Bengals #0 - Wide Receiver

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A Good Year For Bengals To Take Chances In Draft?


The Bengals roster is deep at most places, but has some glaring flaws at other spots. Coming off of three playoff seasons in four years, we have to ask if the Bengals should roll the dice on some risky prospects and/or make some trades on draft day.

Breaking Down Cincinnati Bengals NFL Drafts Since 2003


Now that we've broken down Cincinnati's all-time draft by position and rounds, a more specific need grew to find out regarding trends with the drafts during the Marvin Lewis era. The Cincinnati...

Bengals Early Bird Special


Good morning everyone! We have made it through the first day of the work week in one piece....hopefully we made it through in one piece. If not then I reccommend you buy some duct tape to piece...

Veterans Of Cincinnati: Former Bengals WR Reggie McNeal Traded In The CFL


In the sixth round of the 2006 NFL Draft, the Cincinnati Bengals selected Texas A&M quarterback Reggie McNeal. Already with Carson Palmer and the recently signed Anthony Wright on the roster,...

Bengals Banter: The Bengals can repeat as division champions


Here's what we know. Save for an injury, Carson Palmer will be the team's quarterback when the season starts. But as Marc Hardin writes when talking about a possible draft pick for a quarterback...

Remembering: Reggie McNeal


Reggie McNeal was the Bengals six-round pick in the 2006 NFL draft. The team envisioned the former Texas A&M quarterback becoming a wide receiver, along with a speed-demon Bennie Brazell (a...

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