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The same day they released a starting guard, the Bengals might have found another.

Authentic Xavier Sua-Filo Jersey has agreed to a three-year contract with Cincinnati according to multiple reports.

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A guard with 53 career starts, the UCLA product spent the past two seasons with the Dallas Cowboys. He was a second-round pick of the Houston Texans in the 2014 NFL Draft and played 56 games for that franchise. Su’a-Filo started four games last season but saw his season ended by a broken leg. He would seem to be a candidate to replace John Miller at right guard after Miller was released Wednesday morning.

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The offensive line has been a problem area for the Bengals the last two seasons, but they hope to have pieces to build around with center Authentic Trey Hopkins Jersey, left guard Authentic Michael Jordan Jersey and left tackle Authentic Jonah Williams Jersey. Williams was their first-round draft pick last year but missed the season with a shoulder injury. They also still have 2018 first-round pick Authentic Billy Price Jersey, who can play guard or center, and Authentic Fred Johnson Jersey inside while Bobby Hart and Authentic Isaiah Prince Jersey remain on the roster at tackle. Prince, like Price and Jordan, is an Ohio State product.

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When he was 11 years old, Jonah Williams told his parents he would play football in the Southeastern Conference and the NFL.

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Dane and Katherine Williams were at first concerned about how adamant the middle of their three children was about pursuing a path so few achieve.

“You worry when your kids are overreaching maybe,” Dane said. “You don’t tell them that, but Jonah sets these crazy goals.”

On Friday, Dane, Katherine and their other two kids, daughter Sierra and son Jadon, watched Jonah’s introduction press conference in Cincinnati and toured Paul Brown Stadium.

Bengals 2019 first-round pick Jonah Williams is introduced on Friday at Paul Brown Stadium.
Bengals 2019 first-round pick Jonah Williams is introduced on Friday at Paul Brown Stadium. (Photo: Kareem Elgazzar/The Enquirer)

The Bengals took the Alabama offensive lineman No. 11 overall in the NFL Draft on Thursday. The Cincinnati staff couldn’t believe he still was available when it was time to pick.

But as Jonah described how he accomplished his lofty goals, it was clear nothing happened by chance.

“It’s the way I go about doing things,” Jonah said. “I try to approach everything the same way, whether it’s walkthroughs, lifting weights or watching film. I always want to push that and make sure that when I step on the field, I know I’ve done everything in my ability to be as prepared as I can be. I think it’s just that professionalism and the type of competitiveness I bring.”

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Jonah has everything it takes for football success: a 6-foot-5, 305-pound frame; athletic ability Dane said was obvious when Jonah was a toddler; a competitive streak and a physicality switch he flips on when he takes the field; and a work ethic that has spun stories of mythical proportion.

He walked to his school’s weight room at 5:30 a.m. as a teenager. He built his own workout spot in his parent’s basement because the school was closed on weekends and holidays. He watched so much film in high school and college he eventually developed his own spreadsheet format to increase efficiency.

Jonah was built not to fail. And yet, even just before the draft, Dane said he felt hesitation when Jonah was invited to attend the draft in Nashville.

“My first thought is, ‘oh my gosh, I can’t imagine being in there and not being selected,'” Dane said. “Just an awful feeling. That would be enough for me not to do it. It’s such a luck of the draw. It could have been any of the 32 teams. That’s the crazy part of the process.”

Cincinnati Bengals head coach Zac Taylor, left, addresses the media with 2019 first-round pick, offensive tackle Jonah Williams, on Friday at Paul Brown Stadium.
Cincinnati Bengals head coach Zac Taylor, left, addresses the media with 2019 first-round pick, offensive tackle Jonah Williams, on Friday at Paul Brown Stadium. (Photo: Kareem Elgazzar/The Enquirer)

The father’s fears weren’t foolish. Supposedly sure-fire first-round tackles in Florida’s Jawaan Taylor and Oklahoma’s Cody Ford were not selected in the first 32 picks. Projected second-day prospects in Alabama State’s Tytus Howard and Washington Kaleb McGary’s were instead surprise picks in the opening round.

Projections, peers at tackle, smokescreens and genuine evaluations by teams — none of that, Jonah said, was in his control. So it didn’t matter.

“I knew as soon as the Bengals were on the clock, I was hoping that my phone was going to ring,” Jonah said. “As soon as it did and I saw the Cincinnati area code, I just starting nudging everyone around me. I was like, ‘Look, look, look!’ I didn’t have any words to say. I was just so ecstatic and it hasn’t really settled yet. I’m still just grateful and humbled for this opportunity, and I can’t say thank you enough to this organization.”

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Cincinnati Bengals head coach Zac Taylor, left, introduces 2019 first-round NFL Draft pick, offensive tackle Jonah Williams, on Friday, April 26, 2019, at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati.
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Cincinnati Bengals head coach Zac Taylor, left, addresses the media with 2019 first-round pick, offensive tackle Jonah Williams, on Friday at Paul Brown Stadium.
Bengals 2019 first-round pick Jonah Williams is introduced on Friday at Paul Brown Stadium.
Bengals 2019 first-round pick Jonah Williams is introduced on Friday at Paul Brown Stadium.
Bengals 2019 first-round offensive tackle Jonah Williams is introduced on Friday in Cincinnati.
Bengals 2019 first-round offensive tackle Jonah Williams holds up his jersey at Paul Brown Stadium.
Bengals 2019 first-round pick Jonah Williams holds up his jersey at Paul Brown Stadium.
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At offensive tackle, the Bengals have veteran Cordy Glenn, who has started 91 career games at left tackle, and Bobby Hart, re-signed this offseason to a 3-year contract worth $21 million. Yet the feel already is, less than 24 hours after the Bengals selection was announced, that Jonah Williams will be the starting left tackle soon. Really soon.

Is he the Bengals’ next Andrew Whitworth, a physically dominating force on the field and a culture-setting personality in the locker room.

A tangent by Jonah in response to a question Friday provides more evidence that he’s prepared to be.

“I get in my stance, and I’m comfortable in my stance because I’ve run it through my head a thousand times,” he said. “I look at the defense, I look at the safeties, I look at what I need to look at. By the time the ball is snapped, I’ve diagnosed what I have to do. I know what my first step is going to be. I know where my hat is going to go. I know where my hands are going to go. And I have an idea of what the D-end or D-tackle — whoever I’m going against — is going to do. At that point, you just cut it loose. The ball snaps, you come out, and you already know what you’re doing. You’ve practiced it to the point that it’s muscle memory.”

Jonah Williams has proven: Lofty goals require methods were nothing is left to chance.

“We have firm belief in things and our kids were given gifts and if they squander those gifts it’s honestly an insult,” Dane said.

“We’re crazy proud of him. Not surprised that he did what he did.”