CINCINNATI -- After a huge win on Sunday, the Bengals decided to spend their day off giving back to the community.
On Tuesday, the Bengals spent the day building a new playground at William H. Taft Elementary school, which was the only Cincinnati Public School without an outdoor playground.
"As you guys say, we're rolling right now," said offensive tackle Cedric Ogbuehi. "I mean we play football but we also have a job for the community."
The Hometown Huddle initiative runs throughout the NFL. Every year, the Bengals take on a volunteer project to help out their home cities.
"We've got a lot of great guys on this team and and a lot of guys helping out, so it's part of what we do," said quarterback Andy Dalton.
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