Bengals training camp Day 3: Highlights, videos and photos with shoulder pads


The Cincinnati Bengals put on shoulder pads on Sunday for their third practice at training camp of the 2017 offseason. In front of 2,200 fans in the summer sun, the day was filled with both positive and negative news.

Unfortunately, injuries were the focus on Sunday.

It seems there was more to Michael johnson and the Wallace Gilberry veterans’ day off Saturday that originally had attracted attention. Johnson was not in epaulettes with his teammates on Sunday. During this time, Gilberry wore epaulettes but was on the rehabilitation field instead of the training grounds.

On top of that, both starting security Georges iloka and backup security Derron Smith suffered injuries Sunday. Iloka was on his knees and although it seemed serious at first, he was able to walk on his own and sat on the sidelines with ice on his knee after the injury.

Then, a few moments later, Black-smith suffered what appeared to be a right foot injury and had to be carried off the field. After the training was over, Iloka took the cart to the stadium with his companion in position. Injuries are an unfortunate part of training camp, but seeing the two safeties fall within minutes of each other was less than ideal.

On a positive note, we can support this sentiment! Regular season football is just a few weeks away!

A welcome show!

Wide receiver drills:

Xavier’s basketball coach Chris Mack attended Sunday’s practice with his family.

Brandon LaFell in action :

And Tyler Boyd:

Some Jean Ross for you:

Geno Atkins down to the count. Yeah, the pads are on!

More fun in the pads:

A nine-for-nine action:

Vontaze Burfict i had a conversation after knocking Giovani bernard, who participated in his third consecutive training after returning from ACL surgery.

Lewis also spoke to Jake fisher, the expected starting right tackle, on the fact of being too often on his buttocks.

After playing the right tackle with the team’s second attack on Saturday, Andre Smith was back at work in the right guard on Sunday.

During this time, Trey hopkins who trained at the right guard with the team’s first attack on Saturday was in the same position as the team’s second attack on Sunday. Looks like he’s the best candidate to fight Black-smith for the starting right guard point. And, if Hopkins wins, Smith will likely serve as a backup tackle / guard.

Jake Elliott missed a kick on Sunday, his first time in front of Bengals fans. However, the dud came as a distraction was put in place. Today’s kicks came from 28, 38, 33 (twice) and 35 yards. Elliott missed one of 33 yards.

Last year, third quarterback Jeff Driskel has been activated for a match as a backup special team. Interestingly, he was training with the punting unit on Sunday.

With Iloka off the field and even before Smith’s injury, safety backup Clayton fejedelem and defensive back Josh shaw played safe. It looks like the team is interested in using Shaw as a cornerback and safety this year, which he also did last year. When several safeties were injured in 2016, Shaw performed the safety admirably in addition to retaining the starting lunge cornerback role for most of the season.

It’s not easy for nobody to face AJ Green

Benwikere got an interception on AJ McCarron shortly after this game against Green.

Cedric Ogbuehi vs Carl Lawson:

Lewis was lively on Sunday.

The Bengals practice again Monday at 3 p.m. ET in front of fans at the training grounds adjacent to Paul Brown Stadium. Tuesday’s practice is reserved for season ticket holders and Wednesday is a day off for the team.


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