Cincinnati Bengals Roster 2020 Cincinnati Bengals Roster

4-11-1, 4th AFC North

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Cincinnati brought back home Joe Burrow with the number one overall pick, and that sent Andy Dalton to the Cowboys. Both sides needed work and they grabbed DJ Reader and Mackensie Alexander. Vonn Bell was also a nice addition at safety. Cincinnati also drafted Tee Higgins in the second round to give them another name at wide receiver. Burrow falls into place with a good receiving core as AJ Green will be back from injury this season. Tyler Boyd and John Ross will also be featured weapons. Joe Mixon is another featured name who is one of the better workhorse backs in the league.

Pos Name Number Rating Ranking Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB
Brandon Allen
Brandon Allen B. Allen
8
67
#45 QB 6'1" 212 28 9/5/92 4 2016 6 201 Arkansas
QB
Ryan Finley
Ryan Finley R. Finley
5
67
#45 QB 6'4" 213 26 12/26/94 2 2019 4 104 North Carolina State
RB
Giovani Bernard
Giovani Bernard G. Bernard
25
76
#46 RB 5'8" 202 29 11/22/91 8 2013 2 37 North Carolina
RB
Samaje Perine
Samaje Perine S. Perine
34
69
#76 RB 5'11" 233 25 9/16/95 4 2017 4 114 Oklahoma
RB
Trayveon Williams
Trayveon Williams T. Williams
32
67
#84 RB 5'8" 206 23 10/18/97 2 2019 6 182 Texas A&M
WR
Tyler Boyd
Tyler Boyd T. Boyd
83
86
#22 WR 6'1" 197 26 11/15/94 5 2016 2 55 Pittsburgh
WR
AJ Green
AJ Green A. Green
18
81
#41 WR 6'4" 211 32 7/31/88 10 2011 1 4 Georgia
WR
Tee Higgins
Tee Higgins T. Higgins
85
75
#75 WR 6'4" 216 22 1/18/99 0 2020 2 33 Clemson
WR
Alex Erickson
Alex Erickson A. Erickson
12
69
#118 WR 6'0" 198 28 11/6/92 5 2016 Wisconsin
WR
Stanley Morgan Jr.
Stanley Morgan Jr. S. Morgan Jr.
17
67
#137 WR 6'0" 202 24 9/7/96 2 2019 Nebraska
WR
Mike Thomas
Mike Thomas M. Thomas
80
67
#137 WR 6'1" 200 26 8/16/94 4 2016 6 206 Southern Miss
TE
Drew Sample
Drew Sample D. Sample
89
70
#70 TE 6'5" 255 24 4/16/96 2 2019 2 52 Washington
TE
Mitchell Wilcox
Mitchell Wilcox M. Wilcox
84
68
#78 TE 6'4" 247 24 11/7/96 0 2020 South Florida
TE
Mason Schreck
Mason Schreck M. Schreck
86
67
#84 TE 6'4" 257 27 11/4/93 3 2017 7 251 Buffalo
TE
Cethan Carter
Cethan Carter C. Carter
82
67
#84 TE 6'3" 237 27 9/5/93 4 2017 Nebraska
C
Billy Price
Billy Price B. Price
53
67
#23 C 6'4" 305 25 10/12/95 3 2018 1 21 Ohio State
OG
Quinton Spain
Quinton Spain Q. Spain
67
76
#30 OG 6'4" 334 29 8/7/91 6 2015 West Virginia
OG
Fred Johnson
Fred Johnson F. Johnson
74
67
#44 OG 6'7" 326 23 6/5/97 0 2019 Florida
OG
Keaton Sutherland
Keaton Sutherland K. Sutherland
65
67
#44 OG 6'5" 322 23 2/12/97 0 2019 Texas A&M
OG
Xavier Su'a-Filo
Xavier Su'a-Filo X. Su'a-Filo
72
67
#44 OG 6'4" 307 30 1/1/91 7 2014 2 33 UCLA
OG
Alex Redmond
Alex Redmond A. Redmond
62
67
#44 OG 6'5" 294 26 1/18/95 3 2016 UCLA
OG
Bobby Hart
Bobby Hart B. Hart
68
67
#44 OG 6'5" 336 26 8/21/94 6 2015 7 226 Florida State
OG
Michael Jordan
Michael Jordan M. Jordan
60
67
#44 OG 6'6" 312 22 1/25/98 2 2019 4 136 Ohio State
OG
Trey Hopkins
Trey Hopkins T. Hopkins
66
67
#44 OG 6'4" 302 28 7/6/92 5 2014 Texas
OG
Hakeem Adeniji
Hakeem Adeniji H. Adeniji
77
67
#44 OG 6'4" 302 23 12/8/97 0 2020 6 180 Kansas
NT
Xavier Williams
Xavier Williams X. Williams
71
69
#10 NT 6'2" 325 29 1/18/92 6 2015 Northern Iowa
DT
Mike Daniels
Mike Daniels M. Daniels
76
77
#13 DT 6'0" 294 31 5/5/89 9 2012 4 132 Iowa
DT
Christian Covington
Christian Covington C. Covington
99
73
#40 DT 6'2" 289 27 10/16/93 6 2015 6 216 Rice
DT
Kahlil McKenzie
Kahlil McKenzie K. McKenzie
69
68
#61 DT 6'3" 314 24 1/3/97 2 2018 6 198 Tennessee
DE
Amani Bledsoe
Amani Bledsoe A. Bledsoe
91
77
#36 DE 6'4" 287 22 2/6/98 1 2019 Oklahoma
DE
Margus Hunt
Margus Hunt M. Hunt
70
76
#46 DE 6'8" 277 33 7/14/87 8 2013 2 53 SMU
DE
Sam Hubbard
Sam Hubbard S. Hubbard
94
75
#48 DE 6'5" 270 25 6/29/95 3 2018 3 77 Ohio State
DE
Khalid Kareem
Khalid Kareem K. Kareem
90
67
#90 DE 6'4" 268 22 4/28/98 0 2020 5 147 Notre Dame
LB
Carl Lawson
Carl Lawson C. Lawson
58
83
#17 LB 6'2" 261 25 6/29/95 4 2017 4 116 Auburn
LB
Josh Bynes
Josh Bynes J. Bynes
56
74
#73 LB 6'1" 240 31 8/24/89 10 2011 Auburn
LB
Logan Wilson
Logan Wilson L. Wilson
55
74
#73 LB 6'2" 241 24 7/8/96 0 2020 3 65 Wyoming
LB
Germaine Pratt
Germaine Pratt G. Pratt
57
70
#99 LB 6'2" 240 24 5/21/96 2 2019 3 72 North Carolina State
LB
Jordan Evans
Jordan Evans J. Evans
50
67
#121 LB 6'3" 232 25 1/27/95 4 2017 6 193 Oklahoma
LB
Markus Bailey
Markus Bailey M. Bailey
51
67
#121 LB 6'0" 235 23 3/7/97 0 2020 7 215 Purdue
LB
Akeem Davis-Gaither
Akeem Davis-Gaither A. Davis-Gaither
59
67
#121 LB 6'1" 224 23 9/21/97 0 2020 4 107 Appalachian State
CB
William Jackson III
William Jackson III W. J. III
22
82
#31 CB 6'0" 189 28 10/27/92 5 2016 1 24 Houston
CB
Mackensie Alexander
Mackensie Alexander M. Alexander
21
78
#54 CB 5'10" 190 27 11/12/93 5 2016 2 54 Clemson
CB
Darius Phillips
Darius Phillips D. Phillips
23
75
#70 CB 5'10" 193 24 6/26/96 3 2018 5 170 Western Michigan
CB
Tony Brown
Tony Brown T. Brown
27
67
#120 CB 6'0" 199 24 7/13/96 3 2018 Alabama
CB
Leshaun Sims
Leshaun Sims L. Sims
38
67
#120 CB 6'0" 203 27 9/18/93 5 2016 5 157 Southern Utah
CB
Brandon Wilson
Brandon Wilson B. Wilson
40
67
#120 CB 5'10" 197 26 7/27/94 3 2017 6 207 Houston
CB
Jalen Davis
Jalen Davis J. Davis
30
67
#120 CB 5'9" 181 24 2/2/96 1 2018 Utah State
SS
Shawn Williams
Shawn Williams S. Williams
36
74
#22 SS 6'0" 213 29 5/13/91 8 2013 3 84 Georgia
FS
Jessie Bates III
Jessie Bates III J. B. III
30
88
#6 FS 6'1" 200 23 2/26/97 3 2018 2 54 Wake Forest
FS
Vonn Bell
Vonn Bell V. Bell
24
80
#18 FS 5'11" 199 26 12/12/94 5 2016 2 61 Ohio State
LS
Clark Harris
Clark Harris C. Harris
46 6'5" 257 36 7/10/84 12 2007 7 243 Rutgers
P
Kevin Huber
Kevin Huber K. Huber
10
67
#26 P 6'1" 210 35 7/16/85 12 2009 5 142 Cincinnati
PK
Randy Bullock
Randy Bullock R. Bullock
4
76
#13 PK 5'9" 205 31 12/16/89 9 2012 5 161 Texas A&M
PK
Austin Seibert
Austin Seibert A. Seibert
3
74
#19 PK 5'9" 209 24 11/15/96 2 2019 5 170 Oklahoma

Top Bengals Roster Questions of 2020

Bengals fans have as much reason for optimism as perhaps they've ever had after the franchise drafted LSU's Joe Burrow first overall earlier this year. Burrow is coming off an absurd season at LSU in which he threw for 60 touchdowns and added another 5 on the ground, breaking dozens of records, winning the Heisman, and leading LSU to its first national championship in the CFP era. Burrow will benefit from throwing to a talented receiving corps in Cincinnati that features A.J. Green, Tyler Boyd, John Ross, and fellow rookie Tee Higgins. The Bengals will also feature a completely remade secondary with Trae Waynes, Mackensie Alexander, and Vonn Bell. The AFC North is far from an easy division, with the Ravens, Steelers, and Browns all having strong playoff aspirations. Odds are that the Bengals may need some time before their offseason overhaul shows up in terms of their win-loss record, but the arrow is firmly pointing up in Cincy.

Who is the Highest Paid Bengals Player?

Heading into the 2020-21 season, the Bengals' top receiving target, A.J. Green, is their highest-paid player. Green is a seven-time Pro Bowler and is one of the best receivers of the past decade. He missed the entirety of the 2019 season with an ankle injury, but he should be fully healthy now.

Who Owns the Cincinnati Bengals?

Mike Brown is the current owner of the Bengals - he inherited the team from his father, Paul Brown after he passed away in 1991. Paul Brown was the co-founder of the Browns and the namesake of that franchise and he also played a role in founding the Bengals.

Who Is the Bengals Head Coach?

Zac Taylor is entering his second season as the Bengals' head coach after an unsuccessful first campaign - his team finished with a 2-14 record last season. Taylor is just 37 years old and has limited NFL coaching experience, previously serving as the QBs coach for the Rams' NFC-winning squad.

How Much Cap Space do the Bengals Have?

The Bengals currently have just over $24 million in cap space, the 6th-most in the NFL. With only five players carrying a cap hit of greater than $10 million, the team has plenty of flexibility to add to its roster before the season begins.

How Improved is the Bengals Offensive Line?

Bengals' quarterbacks got sacked 3.0 times per game last season, the 8th-most in the NFL. Last season's first-round pick, Jonah Williams, was a very highly regarded prospect, but he missed the entirety of his rookie season with a torn labrum. Williams will be tasked with protecting the blindside of Joe Burrow.

Who is the Youngest Player on the Bengals?

The Bengals had the 8th-youngest team in the NFL last season and should be even younger this year. The youngest players on the roster currently are Tee Higgins, a 2nd-round rookie wide receiver out of Clemson, and Isiah Swann, an undrafted free agent cornerback out of Dartmouth.

Who is the Oldest Player on the Bengals?

The Bengals only have a handful of players who are older than 30 years old. Clark Harris is a 35-year-old long snapper and tight end who has been with the team since 2009 - he's the oldest player on the roster. Kevin Huber is the team's second-oldest player at 34 years old.