Bengals bites: Munoz bullish on former team, says “they’re loaded,” can make noise

NFL Hall Of Famer Anthony Munoz signs autographs during a Nationwide dinner on February 6, 2016 in San Francisco. The former Bengals star said Friday morning on the NFL Network that he's optimistic about Cincinnati's chances this season.
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NFL Hall Of Famer Anthony Munoz signs autographs during a Nationwide dinner on February 6, 2016 in San Francisco. The former Bengals star said Friday morning on the NFL Network that he's optimistic about Cincinnati's chances this season.

Former Bengals Hall of Fame tackle Anthony Munoz is in Canton for this weekend’s HoF induction ceremonies, and when he joined the NFL Network’s Good Morning Football show Friday morning, he offered some very encouraging comments about his former team.

“They’re loaded, and I really believe they have a chance to be a pretty good football team,” he said.

Munoz, who made 11 Pro Bowls while playing for the Bengals from 1980-’92 before being inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1998, also sounded excited about speedy rookie wide receiver John Ross.

Give this short clip and listen, and let us know if you share the excitement.