In the 13 days leading up to July 27th, when the Green Bay Packers begin training camp practices, APC is running a series we’re calling “13 in 13.” Over these two weeks, we will closely with a close examination of the major offseason events for each of the Packers’ 2017 opponents. Each team’s information has been provided by our SB Nation colleagues who know them best – the team bloggers for each franchise.
After facing off with the Atlanta Falcons in week two, the Packers return home to play their first AFC opponent of the season, the Cincinnati Bengals. Here’s a look at the offseason changes for the Bengals, courtesy of Cincy Jungle.
Biggest offseason addition: Ross and Mixon
Biggest storyline heading into training camp: How will the offensive line do this season? The Bengals will have a very different look to the offensive line in 2017. Two of last year’s starters are gone and three players will be either starting for the first time or switching positions in 2017. The Bengals’ offensive line is expected to be, Cedric Ogbuehi at left tackle, Clint Boling at left guard, Russell Bodine at center, Andre Smith at right guard and Jake Fisher at right tackle. In…
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