Archive for the ‘Cincinnati Bengals’ Category

Bengals to hold 10 open practices in Cincinnati

Wednesday, June 19th, 2019

The Bengals will open this summer's training camp with a practice in Dayton that will commemorate the first game in NFL history and attendance at that session will be open to the public. Fans in Cincinnati will also get chances to see head coach Zac Taylor's first Bengals team on the practice field. The team announced that they will be holding 10 open practices in their hometown this summer.

2019 Bengals fantasy preview: A.J. Green remains catalyst for this team’s ascension

Friday, June 14th, 2019

The Yahoo Fantasy analysts will preview all 32 NFL teams between now and the end of July as training camps open. After 10,000 years, the Cincinnati Bengals finally parted ways with head coach Marvin Lewis (Andy Dalton is still around, however). A healthy A.J. Green is among the best at his position.

A.J. Green healthy, has limited role in Bengals minicamp

Tuesday, June 11th, 2019

A.J. Green ran a deep route along the left sideline and caught Andy Dalton's pass in stride, a sight the Bengals desperately missed during their last-place season. Green has fully recovered from surgery on his right big toe, the most promising development in an offseason of regrouping. He was limited in the first day of mandatory minicamp Tuesday, but only because the new coaching staff didn't want to push him too hard.

Bengals sign John Jerry

Monday, June 10th, 2019

The Bengals are beefing up their offensive line. Cincinnati has signed former Giants offensive lineman John Jerry, a league source tells PFT. Jerry was cut by the Giants last year and didn't catch on anywhere else.

A.J. Green on free agency: ‘Cincinnati is home … I can’t see myself playing anywhere else’

Sunday, June 9th, 2019

A.J. Green is entering the final year of his $60 million contract with the Cincinnati Bengals, and he's hoping to stay around for a while longer. Green is a recent father to 2-year-old and a newborn, and he would like to raise them with his wife, Miranda, in Cincinnati. Cincinnati is home for me,” Green said at his youth camp on Friday, via Fox19.

Antonio Brown, Vontaze Burfict showing unity as Raiders teammates

Friday, May 31st, 2019

Antonio Brown, Vontaze Burfict showing unity as Raiders teammates originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com Antonio Brown and Vontaze Burfict have not always been friends. Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals often aren't, but this AFC North rivalry took a more personal tone after Burfict did Brown dirty in the 2015 playoffs, striking the receiver in the head while he was extended to reach an uncatchable pass. Burfict was suspended for three games for the act, and the animosity increased between the teams they represented.

Marv Lewis joins football staff at Arizona State as adviser

Tuesday, May 28th, 2019

Former Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis is joining Arizona State coach Herm Edwards' staff as a special adviser. The school announced the hiring on Tuesday. Lewis spent 16 seasons coaching the Bengals and is the franchise's all-time wins leader with 131.

Ex-Bengals coach Marvin Lewis lands role on Herm Edwards’ staff at Arizona State

Tuesday, May 28th, 2019

Herm Edwards has added more NFL experience to his Arizona State coaching staff. ASU announced Tuesday that Edwards has brought in Marvin Lewis as a special advisor. Lewis spent the last 16 seasons as the head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals before he and the team parted ways after the 2018 season.

Gerald McCoy wraps up visit with Browns; Ravens up next

Friday, May 24th, 2019

Defensive tackle Gerald McCoy has wrapped up his first visit with a team since being released by the Buccaneers. McCoy was in Cleveland to meet with the Browns on Friday and Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reports that the visit has come to an end. There's been a report that McCoy has drawn interest from 10 teams and other reports have put clubs like the Ravens, Bengals, Panthers and Colts in that group.

Game over for “Pacman” as Jones retires from NFL

Friday, May 24th, 2019

Adam "Pacman" Jones is bringing down the curtain on a 12-year NFL career marked by sometimes brilliant defensive play and off-field strife and suspensions, announcing his retirement in an Instagram post. "I stand tall & proud as announce, that this beautiful life changing ride that I have been on in the National Football League has come to an end," Jones wrote. Jones appeared at cornerback in seven games for the Denver Broncos last season.