Mike Brown won't attend Bengals-Cards

Posted Aug 24, 2014

PHOENIX, Ariz. - Bengals president Mike Brown won’t attend Sunday night’s game against the Cardinals for precautionary reasons after what the club called “a minor medical situation,” Sunday morning.

In a statement released about five hours before the game, the Bengals said Brown is getting treated and plans to return to Cincinnati “shortly.”

Brown, 79, has seen virtually every Bengals game since he helped begin the franchise in 1967. It’s believed the only one he missed was another preseason game on Aug. 2, 1991 in Detroit to be with his ill father.

Bengals vice president Katie Blackburn, Brown's daughter, planned to attend the game.

Recent Articles

  • Munoz hosts youth leadership seminar Friday at Cintas

    By Geoff Hobson - Posted 1 hour ago

    Bengals Hall-of-Famer Anthony Munoz hosts his annual youth leadership seminar Friday at Cincinnati’s Xavier University with the theme “Trending Now” delivered by a collection of speakers ranging from Cincinnati TV anchors Mike Dardis and Brad Johansen to University of Cincinnati president Sanata Ono.

  • Fantasy Forecast: Week 5

    By James Morris - Posted 2 hours ago

    With Week 5 upon us the fantasy owners not only must deal with injuries and depth chart moves, but now we are in full swing with the bye weeks as well. The only real “good” news about this week is there are only a few fantasy players on a bye (Adrian Peterson, Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker, Chris Ivory, and perhaps Greg Olsen) that you will need fill-ins for.

  • Andy Dalton News Conference Transcript

    Posted 2 hours ago

    Andy Dalton news conference transcript 10/07/2015

  • Marvin Lewis News Conference Transcript

    Posted 2 hours ago

    Marvin Lewis news conference transcript 10/07/2015

  • Matchup of the Game: Bengals' Sizzle vs. Seattle's Boom

    By Geoff Hobson - Posted 10 hours ago

    BENGALS QB ANDY DALTON VS. SEATTLE’S LEGION OF BOOM: Andy Dalton pits his 123 passer rating vs. a secondary holding passers to 73.5 since 2012 in Sunday's sellout (1 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 12) at Paul Brown Stadium.

    Views: 41

Recent Videos