Bengals Blitz: Bengals Receive Back-to-Back Community MVP Award

Posted Nov 10, 2017

Bengals News and Notes for Week 10.

Community Hero: Carlos Dunlap was named Week 9 NFLPA Community MVP for his ongoing, six-stop campaign to stop bullying among children in schools across the country. Dunlap is the second Bengals player to receive this award this season. Andy Dalton was the Week 8 NFLPA Community MVP for his work raising funds to provide financial relief for seriously ill, physically challenged and mentally disabled kids.

Veterans Day: Join the NFL in giving back to our service members. Every use of #SaluteToService on Twitter through November 11 will generate a $5 donation to the NFL’s military non-profit partners – including the USO, Pat Tillman Foundation, TAPS, and Wounded Warrior Project – to fund programs and provide resources that positively impact active duty and veteran military members and their families.

Industry Honors: Cincinnati Sports Professional Network named Bengals Radio Broadcaster Dan Hoard as its "Sports Media Personality of the Year." Cincinnati People recently sat down with Hoard to discuss his career as a sportscaster.

Coming Up: The Bengals head to Tennessee on Sunday (1 p.m.) for the second of three straight road games.

Next Home Game: The Bengals will be back in The Jungle on Sunday, Nov. 26 to face the Browns. The Bengals will recognize Super Bowl XVI head coach Forrest Gregg and Super Bowl XXIII head coach Sam Wyche during halftime in addition to Bengals Legends. Tickets are available through the Bengals Ticket Hotline at (513) 621-8383 or toll-free at (866) 621-8383, online at or by visiting the Paul Brown Stadium ticket office.

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