Trae Waynes

Bengals Brawl Goes 1-on-1 with Cincinnati CB Trae Waynes

  • Cincinnati Bengals
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By Michael Schottey November 24, 2020 0 Comment
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Locked Up With Shutdown Corner, Trae Waynes

Cincinnati Bengals CB Tray Waynes joined Commissioner Yas, Josh Cavalcante and West Coast Mark of Bengals Brawl to discuss a number of topics—including his return from a pectoral injury along with his playing career to this point as well as his passions both on and off the field.

The Minnesota Vikings drafted Waynes in the first round (11th overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft. The Michigan State product was both a Big Ten Champion (2013) and First-Team All-Big Ten (2014). In the NFL, he has played in 74 games, starting 53 of them and notching seven interceptions. In 2019, he started 14 games and had one interception. Pro Football Focus ranked him as the 46th cornerback in the league.

Waynes joined the Bengals on a three-year, $42M deal. He was placed on injured reserve on September 7.

Sam Connaughton also joined the show to talk about quarterback Joe Burrow’s season-ending injury as well as head coach Zac Taylor and the upcoming game against the New York Giants.

 

Listen to “Commissioner Yas goes 1 on 1 with Bengals cornerback, Trae Waynes, and the latest on Joe Burrow” on Spreaker.

 


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Michael Schottey is a sports writing & radio industry veteran of over a decade with stops in local sports radio, podcasting and sites like Bleacher Report, Forbes, Fansided and many others. He serves as Director of Operations for The Brawl Network and is a member of the Professional Football Writers of America and the Society of Professional Journalists.

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