Josh Bynes explains how he’s started to mentor Bengals rookie LBs

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Dec 8, 2019; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Baltimore Ravens middle linebacker Josh Bynes (57) walks off the field prior to the game against the Buffalo Bills at New Era Field. Mandatory Credit: Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Josh Bynes arrived as the most experinced player at his position.

Bynes was a quiet free-agent add for the Bengals at a position where they added draft picks Logan Wilson, Akeem Davis-Gaither and Markus Bailey.

And Bynes quickly took a leadership role — and everyone noticed.

Bynes talked on the “Bengals Booth Podcast” with Dan Hoard about how he’s taken command:

“It’s just being vocal in the meetings. I ask a million and one questions…if I don’t know anything I want to ask as many questions as possible so I can get a clear understanding of what it is that’s being asked of us. Just trying to set the standard for our room, you know trying to bring everyone along. We got some young guys in the room, they gotta be involved quickly and ready to play…I’m just in a position enough to have so much experience…just want to pass as much knowledge as possible down to the young guys…

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