The Cincinnati Bengals joined in the celebration Friday night as football season got underway on the new field at Deer Park Jr./Sr. High School.
Jones not only wanted a free camp, he wanted one without pre-registration. He didn’t want to cut it off, either, but he set the number at 400. He wanted as many kids from as many parts of the city.
Fans filled the West Club Lounge at Paul Brown Stadium on Wednesday to mix and mingle with members of the Cincinnati Bengals and help tackle hunger.
The Cincinnati Bengals and the NFL Foundation teamed up to contribute $200,000 to the Deer Park Community City Schools athletic department, topping off a fundraising effort that now has raised $700,000.
The Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation began its hectic spring fling Tuesday night with its second annual “Date Night,” at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza in downtown Cincinnati.
The 2015 partnership between the Bengals and the Campbell Soup Company in the Tackle Hunger program has resulted in the donation of more than 21,000 cans of soup to the Cincinnati Freestore Foodbank.
Thirty-two (32) youth flag football teams from 14 states will compete Sunday, Jan. 31, and Monday, Feb. 1, in the NFL FLAG Championships at Super Bowl powered by USA Football.