The Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals won’t have to wait too long to get back together for the first time since Super Bowl LVI.
The Rams will go on the road for the second preseason game and play the Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, the date hasn’t been firmed up yet.
The two teams will meet throughout the week and hold joint practices. This will give both teams a chance to face strong competition and perhaps a little revenge for the Bengals after their Super Bowl loss to the Rams.
It is highly doubtful if the Rams or the Bengals will play many starters but it will provide the opportunity for both teams to play some of their 2022 draft choices and UDFA to determine how those selections compete against elite NFL talent.
The Rams will also play the Texans and Chargers in the preseason. Jacksonville and Las Vegas will be the only teams with four preseason games on their schedule, while the rest of the league will have only three each. The preseason will come to an end on Aug. 29, per the NFL, though the game on the final day has yet to be announced.Rams will hold joint practice with Bengals and Super Bowl rematch in preseason Click To Tweet