Cincinnati Bengals Reportedly Listening To Trade Offers From Multiple Teams On No. 1 Pick

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Cincinnati Bengals fans are fully expecting the franchise to take Joe Burrow with the first overall pick in April’s Draft. That expectation might soon end if the recent report proves to be true.

As always, other teams around the league are interested in acquiring the No. 1 pick in the upcoming NFL Draft, which got us a report from Dan Sileo, a former NFL player and current sports radio host, who stated that Cincinnati is listening to offers from the Los Angeles Chargers, Miami Dolphins, Denver Broncos, Chicago Bears and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The Chargers just moved on from Philip Rivers and are moving into a new stadium, and a player like Joe Burrow could finally bring a fan base out to support the team.

The Miami Dolphins entered the 2019 season with the motto, “tank for Tua”, but they played too good and now are at the No. 5 pick. They also are in need of a QB.

Denver being named is actually surprising because Drew Lock ended the 2019 season on a strong note and looks to be the future at that position.

The Chicago Bears do not have a first round pick, having traded it to the Las Vegas Raiders already. Bears general manager Ryan Pace has publicly put his support behind Mitch Trubisky, but he regressed badly during the 2019 season.

Tampa Bay is still weighing their options on whether to re-sign Jameis Winston and there are also rumors of their interest in Philip Rivers. They currently have pick No. 14 in the first round.