In the second round, the Cincinnati Bengals select Jackson Carman from Fairfield

Jackson Carman returns to his home state. The Cincinnati Bengals selected the Fairfield native in the second round of the NFL draft on Friday night. The Bengals originally had the 38th election in round two but traded the 38th election for the New England Patriots. With the 46th election, the Bengals chose Carman. Carman is an offensive tackle that plays for the Clemson Tigers. Before that he played at Fairfield High School. The Bengals received their well-known recipient Ja’Marr Chase on Thursday evening. Here’s how Carman and his family reacted to the news on Friday: Carman said he was very excited to join the Bengals means the world to me. I was born in this city. I went to high school here, “Carman said.” Just to be able to be with my family, go back to my school and see the young people on the team there … I’m just blessed. ” “We feel like there are a few people out there who can help us. We also feel like we are getting Jonah back to health and getting Riley Reiff there, properly tackled, getting some people back to help us who may not. “That wasn’t available to any of us last year. And so there will be some players in the harness again. That is a position that we will continue to address, but we will feel good if we add Ja’Marr with the fifth choice, “said Bengal’s head coach Zac Taylor predicted from Friday.

Jackson Carman returns to his home state. The Cincinnati Bengals selected the Fairfield native in the second round of the NFL draft on Friday night.

The Bengals originally had the 38th election in round two but traded the 38th election for the New England Patriots. With the 46th election, the Bengals chose Carman.

Carman is an offensive attacker who plays for the Clemson Tigers. Before that he played at Fairfield High School.

The Bengals got their well-known recipient Ja’Marr Chase on Thursday evening.

Here’s how Carman and his family reacted to the news on Friday:

Carman said he was super excited to join the Bengals.

“It means the world to me. I was born in this town. I went to high school here,” said Carman. “Just to be able to be with my family, to go back to my school and see the young people on the team there … I’m just blessed.”

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“We feel like there are a few people out there who can help. We also feel like we are getting Jonah back to health and getting Riley Reiff there, properly tackled, so that we can get some people back to help us that may not have been. ” That was not available to any of us last year. And so some players will be in the belt again. That is a position we will continue to address, but we will feel good adding Ja’Marr with the fifth choice, “Bengal head coach Zac Taylor predicted Friday.

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