The Bengals are undergoing major changes on offense during the offseason. Bill Lazor was retained as offensive coordinator after taking over for Ken Zampese who was fired after the Bengals failed to score a touchdown through the first two weeks of the 2017 season. The big change is coming in the form of Lazor completely overhauling the offense for the first time since Jay Gruden came to town.
This change could be great or catastrophic for fullback Ryan Hewitt. He was once a major part of the Bengals offense during the Hue Jackson era, but fell out of favor under Zampese’s offense. Considering Lazor ran the offense for most of last season without utilizing Hewitt, and he comes from several offenses that didn’t really use fullbacks that often, Hewitt’s spot on the roster could be in question. However, it seems Lazor likes the versatility he has seen from Hewitt.

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