Meet Nick Whitmore, a Mason High School senior bound for pre-med at the University of Toledo and another one of Marvin Lewis's Amazings, that annual group of five MLCF college scholarship winners that always seems to churn out admirable stories more astonishing than the year before.
When it comes to Bengals rookie linebacker Brandon Joiner, this isn't a reprieve from the governor. It is, simply, a reminder by the honorable Mike Beebe, the 45th governor of Arkansas, just how important is the story of his fellow Arkansas State alum.
Two Bengals cornerbacks are doing things this spring they’ve never done since arriving in Cincinnati. Adam Jones is squatting in the weight room and Dre Kirkpatrick is moving pain-free.
During his first public Paul Brown Stadium appearance, James Harrison showed some of the no-nonsense persona he created as a member of the Steelers.
That man with a smile is Hue Jackson, a long-time NFL coach working with the Bengals running backs for the first time during his five seasons with the club.
Karl Schaulin was the season ticket-holder randomly chosen by Bengals executive vice president Katie Blackburn to fly to New York City to attend the NFL Draft and announce the team’s fourth-round selection.
As the Bengals rookies walked off the field after their final practice of minicamp Sunday morning, defensive end Margus Hunt caught defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer's eye and concealed his smile as easily as his 6-8 frame.