The Bengals have signed all of their 2018 draft picks.
The team announced that third-round pick Sam Hubbard signed his four-year rookie deal with the team on Thursday. They also signed linebacker Malik Jefferson, who went one pick after Hubbard at No. 78 overall, to get all 11 of their picks under contract.
Hubbard grew up in Cincinnati and played at Ohio State, where he had 17 sacks in three seasons for the Buckeyes. Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said recently that his early work with the team has gone well.
The picks are in and the 2018 NHL Draft has come to a close. The weekend began with the Buffalo Sabres selecting Rasmus Dahlin No. 1 overall and it ended with the Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals choosing Eric Florchuk with the 217th and final pick.
A lot happened, like some surprise selections, a few trades and plenty of intrigue as we approach free agency. Let’s take a look at some winners and losers from draft weekend.
The Bears have done similar practices in recent years, and even though it’s on a Wednesday, gives them a moment of a Friday Night Lights atmosphere, complete with fireworks after the practice.
Tickets for the practice will be free, but fans will need to register on the Bears website to gain access, and capacity is limited to 5,000.
Also, while hanging around the high school, the Cheap High Quality Soccer Jerseys Bears may find a copy of last year’s offensive game plan laying Cheap Discount Jerseys around, so it’s a win-win.
Here’s a fact that further points to a bargain possibly being brokered: Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports that Winston’s suspension could be increased if he fails to meet certain undisclosed requirements expected to be imposed by the NFL. That feels like the kind of term that would be added to a negotiated compromise aimed at wrapping things up easily, while also making it even easier to whack him with another penalty if he runs afoul of the NFL’s expectations.