The Cincinnati Bengals are getting close to filling up the vacant spots on their coaching staff, as the sole opening left for the team is at quarterbacks coach. One of the only interviews for that gig that has been made public is with former signal-caller, Jon Kitna.
The journeyman quarterback played five of his 14 NFL seasons with the Bengals, which is the longest tenure of any of the four teams in which he suited up from 1997-2011. Kitna doesn’t have any NFL coaching experience as of yet, but he did coach the position group at a recent NFLPA Bowl under Mike Martz.
Even though Kitna was the quarterback for the majority of the franchise-worst 2002 campaign, he still had a lot of great moments while in Cincinnati. While it’s unknown if he’s going to get the job, we thought we could take a stroll down memory lane to revisit some of his best moments with the club.


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