In her excitement at how decisively and well Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis answered her call on Tuesday during a 45-minute visit at the end of the day at Withrow High School, English teacher Katie Frankey mixed her metaphors.
This holiday season, the Bengals have been keeping busy both on and off the field. When not preparing the next football game on their schedule, the players have been spending time with projects in the community.
Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton and his wife, Jordan, played host to 11 families for the Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation’s Holiday Hearts program on Thursday.
When they play Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12), there’ll be about 350 students from Cincinnati’s Frederick Douglass Elementary School on hand courtesy of Bengals Pro Bowl left tackle Andrew Whitworth.
Adam Jones orchestrates one of the great holiday heists ever seen in Bengaldom after surprising the Lincoln Heights Elementary School assembly with his Pro Bowl trio that includes Vontaze Burfict and Andrew Whitworth.
Usually it is A.J. Green who makes people say, "Wow." But he found himself saying it about his buddy Emmanuel during the Marvin Lewis Community Fund's Christmas shopping spree.
Bengals fans donated more than 12,000 pounds of food and nearly $22,000 in cash to the Freestore Foodbank last week, during the 30th Annual Canned Food Drive.
Several Bengals players stopped by the Freestore Foodbank to help make a difference in families’ lives this Thanksgiving.
The Cincinnati Bengals and the Freestore Foodbank are teaming up again for the Annual Canned Food Drive. Canned foods and cash donations will be collected at Paul Brown Stadium Sunday, November 20, prior to the Bengals home game against the Buffalo Bills.