Bengals DC Lou Anarumo – We Trust In The Things We’ve Done – Tweaking Defense In OTAs

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Another of our top guests on In The Trenches with Dave Lapham presented by First Star Logistics is Cincinnati Bengals defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo.

Coach Anarumo may have two more in the family looking to join the coaching profession; however, now, he’s focused on getting the AFC Champions ready to defend their AFC North title, return to the playoffs and make another run to a Super Bowl.

While comfortable with what the Bengals defense has done so far, tweaks are happing as the Bengals defense added a few new faces in the draft with Daxton Hill, Cam Taylor-Britt, Zachary Carter, Tycen Anderson, and Jeffrey Gunter.

While not looking too far ahead, all eyes are starting to focus on Week One opponent, AFC North rival the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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Dave Lapham brings his unique view from the worlds of football and broadcasting to his “In The Trenches” podcast/videocast presented by First Star Logistics.

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