The 2018 season will be a fresh start for the Bengals’ offensive line, as the “reset” button was firmly pressed after the conclusion of the 2017 season. The change on the line begins at the top with long-time assistant coach Paul Alexander no longer with the team, being replaced by Frank Pollack who was in Dallas while the Cowboys built up what is probably the NFL’s best offensive line.
In addition to the coach, four of the starters from last year’s unit could be relieved of their duties and replaced as we head into the 2018 season. The most notable change is at center. Russell Bodine, who has played nearly every single offensive snap for every game the Bengals have played over the past four seasons, was not re-signed. Bodine is now in Buffalo where he will fight for a starting spot with the Bills.


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