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James Rapien posted an article with important dates, I was curious about the cut-down dates myself.




Here is the Bengals Training Camp and 2021 Preseason Schedule

July 27: Bengals report to training camp


July 31: “Back Together Saturday”

Fans are invited back to Paul Brown Stadium for the Bengals first open practice since 2019. 


Aug. 7 and 8: A limited number of fans will be able to attend practice on both days on the practice field. 


Aug. 14: Preseason Game 1: Cincinnati Bengals at Tampa Bay Buccaneers


Aug. 17: Roster cut from 90 players to 85


Aug. 20: Preseason Game 2: Cincinnati Bengals at Washington Football Team



Aug. 24: Roster cut from 85 to 80


Aug.29: Preseason Game 3: Miami Dolphins at Cincinnati Bengals


Aug. 31: Roster cut from 80 to 53


Sept. 12: Regular season Week 1: Minnesota Vikings at Cincinnati Bengals


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1 hour ago, membengal said:

Bengals twitter centering around rumor that Hubbard extension is imminent/done.

I don’t mind that in the least. He’s solid but not spectacular in every way. 

Now go get Bates locked up! 

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Some Hobs notes of note:




---Hopkins not on PUP list so he also may be readier earlier than people were thinking after the Reiter visit and the signing of that ex-Cadinals Cr surfaced;

---Reader also not on the initial PUP list means he is ready to practice right away as well

---notes that rookie d-lineman Sample (on the NFI list) is "believed to be back soon" but apparently more up in the air on Hubert and rookie punter (bummed on Hubert)

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also from that Hobs article this quote from Hubbard on Burrow:



"I've seen him in the gym every day this offseason. Nobody is working harder," Hubbard said of his close friend from their Ohio State days. "It doesn't surprise me that he's ready to go. He's been amazing and it's been because of how much discipline he has and how much work he puts in."


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