Archive for the ‘Cincinnati Bengals’ Category

Moritz Boehringer allocated to Bengals, part of international program

Monday, April 15th, 2019

The first European player to be drafted into the NFL without playing at an American college has another chance. Per the league's transaction wire, tight end Moritz Boehringer has been allocated to the Bengals as an exempt/international player. That means he can hang around as a 91st player on the roster, and the Bengals have a chance to keep him as an 11th practice squad player if need be.

Andy Dalton’s thumb won’t hinder his offseason work

Saturday, April 13th, 2019

When the Bengals begin their on-field, offseason work in a few weeks, Andy Dalton is expected under center. Geoff Hobson of the team website reports Dalton is good to go, cleared to return from his thumb injury. Dalton finished the season on injured reserve after tearing ligaments in his right thumb against Cleveland in a Nov. 25 game.

Rashan Gary, Devin Bush Continue To Be Near The Top Of Mock Drafts

Wednesday, April 10th, 2019

Rashan Gary had 23 tackles for loss in his Michigan career. Just a few weeks from the NFL Draft, former Michigan defenders Rashan Gary and Devin Bush Jr. have consistently entrenched themselves at the top of mock drafts. • NFL Media analyst Charlie Casserly has Gary going with the No. 4 pick to the Oakland Raiders and Bush going with the No. 11 pick to the Cincinnati Bengals.

Burfict gone, rest of Bengals intact in Taylor’s 1st day

Tuesday, April 9th, 2019

Zac Taylor got up early Tuesday and headed to Paul Brown Stadium for his first meeting with his new team, one that was watching closely to see how the 35-year-old coach would handle himself. ''It felt like game day, to be honest,'' Taylor said. The Cincinnati Bengals gathered for the first time under Taylor on Tuesday, the start of voluntary offseason workouts.

NFL Preseason Schedule 2019: Redskins announce preseason opponents

Tuesday, April 9th, 2019

NFL Preseason Schedule 2019: Redskins announce preseason opponents originally appeared on nbcsportswashington.com The 2019 NFL preseason is still a few months away, but the Washington Redskins now know who and where they will play when the preseason schedule begins in August. The Redskins' opponents for the 2019 preseason include the Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals, Atlanta Falcons, and Baltimore Ravens, the team announced Tuesday afternoon. The Redskins will start the preseason in Cleveland against Baker Mayfield, Odell Beckham Jr. and the new--look Browns, before returning to D.C. for a date with Jay Gruden's former Bengals team.

Titans add former AAF players Woodside, Towbridge

Monday, April 8th, 2019

The Tennessee Titans have added two former Alliance of American Football players by agreeing to terms with quarterback Logan Woodside and tight end Keith Towbridge. Woodside was on the Titans' practice squad for three weeks last season. He was the starting quarterback of the AAF's San Antonio Commanders before that league ended its season prematurely last week.

Bengals waive troubled running back Walton

Saturday, April 6th, 2019

The Cincinnati Bengals have waived running back Mark Walton after his third arrest of 2019, the team announced on Saturday. quot;It's important for our team to get off to a fresh start as we begin the 2019 season," said head coach Zac Taylor in the statement. quot;For that reason, we felt it best if we move forward without Mark Walton.

Bengals waive troubled RB Walton

Saturday, April 6th, 2019

The Cincinnati Bengals have waived running back Mark Walton after his third arrest of 2019, the team announced on Saturday. "It's important for our team to get off to a fresh start as we begin the 2019 season," said head coach Zac Taylor in the statement. "For that reason, we felt it best if we move forward without Mark Walton.

Bengals waive Mark Walton

Saturday, April 6th, 2019

The team that once provided consistent safe harbor for players who found trouble away from the field has taken a stand, waiving running back Mark Walton. The Bengals invested a fourth-round pick in Walton last year. “It's important for our team to get off to a fresh start as we begin the 2019 season,” coach Zac Taylor said in a statement.

Where Rashan Gary And Devin Bush Are Projected To Be Picked In The Draft

Thursday, April 4th, 2019

Former Michigan defensive end Rashan Gary and linebacker Devin Bush Jr. are projected to be selected early in the first round of the upcoming NFL Draft. • In Charles Davis of NFL.com's latest mock draft, he has Gary going to the Giants with the No. 6 pick. “Will the Giants take a QB here?! It's certainly possible, but Gary, who can also slide inside to defend the run and put pressure on the passer, is the selection here,” he writes.