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  • Bengals Sign UFA Pat Sims

    Posted 5 hours ago

    The Bengals today signed DT Pat Sims, an unrestricted free agent who spent the last two seasons with Oakland after opening his career with five seasons in Cincinnati.

  • Notes: Zimmer eyes Bengals secondary

    Posted Mar 25, 2015

    PHOENIX, Ariz. - Safety Taylor Mays has opted for the Vikings and it sounds like cornerback Terence Newman has, too, as head coach Mike Zimmer takes aim at his old Bengals secondary.

  • Report: Mays signs with Vikes

    Posted Mar 24, 2015

    PHOENIX, Ariz. - Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer ended up getting one of his old Bengals safeties Tuesday when multiple reports said Taylor Mays signed with Minnesota.

  • As Bengals turn no soap

    Posted Mar 24, 2015

    PHOENIX, Ariz. - The Bengals continue to be an oasis of stability in the stormy NFL. As evidenced by head coach Marvin Lewis’ appearance at the AFC head coach’s breakfast Tuesday during the owners’ meeting at the Arizona Biltmore.

  • Lewis quick hits

    Posted Mar 24, 2015

    PHOENIX, Ariz. - Notes on a napkin from head coach Marvin Lewis’ appearance at the Tuesday morning AFC head coaches breakfast at the NFL annual meetings at the Arizona Biltmore

  • Bengals get big Bucs with compensation

    Posted Mar 23, 2015

    PHOENIX, Ariz. - The Michael Johnson magic act is now complete. The gift that keeps on giving. In a textbook walk-through of their philosophy on free agency, the Bengals on Monday received an extra third-round pick and extra fourth-round pick in free-agency compensation.

  • Bengals back blackout ban, but not the mechanics

    Posted Mar 23, 2015

    PHOENIX, Ariz. _ NFL owners voted Monday to lift the league’s decades-long blackout policy and televise every game locally during the 2015 season.

  • Distant replay: Bengals to vote no

    Posted Mar 23, 2015

    HOENIX, Ariz. - We are on the very spot where 20 years ago the NFL passed instant replay, when Bengals president Mike Brown emerged in the vocal minority.

  • Brown: future is now

    Posted Mar 22, 2015

    PHOENIX, Ariz. - The future is now. That’s Bengals president Mike Brown’s view of the upcoming season as his club aims to make the NFL postseason for a fifth straight year. That means he won’t focus on an extension for his head coach or the bulk of the dozen starters and regulars on the last year of their deals until after the 2015 season.

  • Desert notes: Bengals peruse free agents

    Posted Mar 22, 2015

    PHOENIX, Ariz. - The Bengals are in that mode of free agency where things evolve from week to week. Which is to say the end.

  • Johnsons still marching

    Posted Mar 20, 2015

    On March 21, 1965, Michael Johnson's mother walked into history. Fifty years later, her son followed.

  • Notes: McCarron aiming for his shot; Still, Ghee return

    Posted Mar 19, 2015

    As expected, the Bengals re-signed backup defensive tackle Devon Still Thursday.

  • Stills celebrate the best news

    Posted Mar 17, 2015

    The most riveting story in the NFL last season took a Hollywood turn Tuesday night when Devon Still announced on Instagram, well, read it for yourself. And it looks like No. 75 will be back in the spring.

  • Hobson's Choice: Bengaldom likes Mike as nation feels a draft

    Posted Mar 17, 2015

    Will Clarke is now wearing Michael Johnson's old number, but he figures to have a new and expanded role learning the ropes from MJ in a rotation.

  • Geno Atkins Attends Inaugural NFL Finance Camp

    Posted Mar 17, 2015

    Bengals' Geno Atkins Attending Inaugural NFL Finance Camp

  • Peko's band back together

    Posted Mar 16, 2015

    Now The Maestro of the Bengals defense in place of Robert Geathers, Domata Peko hopes to lead his line to another resurgence.

  • The Mike Factor

    Posted Mar 15, 2015

    From the draft to the community, here's what the re-signing of end Michael Johnson means to the Bengals.

  • Mike and Mike

    Posted Mar 15, 2015

    When Michael Johnson sat down with Bengals president Mike Brown Saturday afternoon to begin his free-agent visit, it wasn’t your typical introductory discussion.

  • Johnson: you can go home again

    Posted Mar 15, 2015

    Michael Johnson returned to the Bengals Sunday with a new number (Agent 90, he says) at an old position after he agreed to a four-year deal in one of the most sought after reunions in club history. He vows that '15 will be his best year.

  • Bengals host open Mike as decision looms

    Posted Mar 14, 2015

    Michael Johnson’s free-agent visit to Cincinnati Saturday began like most of them do. A trip to the corner office to chat with Bengals president Mike Brown.

  • Depth charge

    Posted Mar 13, 2015

    Bengals linebackers coach Matt Burke takes a look at how the addition of A.J. Hawk boosts his room.

  • All quiet Thursday

    Posted Mar 12, 2015

    Once Michael Johnson had been released by the Buccaneers on Wednesday afternoon, the conventional wisdom had been he’d be a Bengal again by Wednesday night in a move anxiously sought by both sides.

  • Early free agency doesn't budge AFC North needle

    Posted Mar 12, 2015

    Take a swing through the division after the first 50 hours or so of free agency and it’s clear the needle hasn’t moved all that much in the AFC North, which shows you the season is a marathon and not a sprint. The Bengals kept pace by keeping their targets.

  • NFL To Host Inaugural Veteran Combine

    Posted Mar 12, 2015

    The NFL will conduct its inaugural NFL Veteran Combine on March 22 at the Arizona Cardinals Practice Facility in Tempe, Arizona.

  • PBS a destination point

    Posted Mar 11, 2015

    A.J. Hawk wanted to sign. Clint Boling wanted to stay. Now it looks like Michael Johnson wants to come back. Paul Brown Stadium is in the mix these days.

  • Bengals, Johnson mull reunion

    Posted Mar 11, 2015

    As soon as the Bengals announced their raft of signings Wednesday, the Buccaneers released right end Michael Johnson but that doesn’t automatically mean his return to stripes.

  • Bengals make early moves

    Posted Mar 10, 2015

    With indications that they are nearing a deal that brings left guard Clint Boling back to Cincinnati, the Bengals appeared to cap off one of their busiest first days of free agency in recent memory that encompassed lining up a visit with monstrous free-agent defensive tackle Nick Fairley.

  • Hobson's Choice: ...and the debate continues

    Posted Mar 10, 2015

    As NFL free-agency started Tuesday, the debate continues. The Bengals like to confine their splashy free-agents to their own pool, like Carlos Dunlap.

  • Hawk comes home to roost

    Posted Mar 10, 2015

    It won't be the first time A.J. Hawk wears a Bengals uniform. His agent said the Centerville, Ohio product has agreed to terms with the Bengals for two seasons.

  • Free agency set to start Tuesday as Bengals host visits

    Posted Mar 9, 2015

    As expected Monday, the Bengals announced a two-year deal for kicker Mike Nugent and when free agency officially opens Tuesday they’re expected to announce they’ve tendered a second-rounder offer to SAM linebacker Emmanuel Lamur.

  • Nugent, Bengals keep the band together

    Posted Mar 8, 2015

    Mike Nugent, of Centerville, Ohio, and Ohio State, could never really see himself becoming a free agent when the gates open Tuesday and he won’t because the Bengals are expected to announce his two-year deal Monday after it was widely reported Sunday.

  • Luke Bryan Kick Up The Dust Tour at Paul Brown Stadium July 18th

    Posted Mar 6, 2015

    Luke Bryan Kick Up The Dust Tour with special guests Florida Georgia Line, Randy Houser, Thomas Rhett, Dustin Lynch and featuring DJ Rock

  • Maualuga can't weight to repay Bengals

    Posted Mar 6, 2015

    Bengals middle linebacker Rey Maualuga has made 294 tackles in his career, all for Cincinnati, and daughter Avayah gets an assist for all the rest during the next three years.

  • Rey-union with Maualuga

    Posted Mar 5, 2015

    The Bengals kicked off free agency Thursday with a “Rey-union,” when they re-signed middle linebacker Rey Maualuga to a three-year deal that keeps him in Cincinnati through his 30th birthday.

  • Signs of the times

    Posted Mar 5, 2015

    Check out where Chris Crocker ended up on the list of the Bengals' top ten signs in the free-agency era.

  • Bengals trying to pull off inside jobs

    Posted Mar 4, 2015

    The Bengals are trying to wrap up a couple of deals before free agency opens next week in an attempt to keep their offensive line intact and begin the effort to shore up their linebackers corps.

  • Hobson's Choice: free-agency up for debate again

    Posted Mar 3, 2015

    After big spending on only their own players since 2010, the Bengals have been to the postseason four straight times.

  • Model free agents

    Posted Mar 2, 2015

    The Bengals are hoping to keep a few of their own this season in free agency, like middle backer Rey Maualuga. The model for what they do this March might be what they did three years ago.

  • Bengals hope to hit at 21

    Posted Mar 1, 2015

    Our local experts made the first 20 picks in the first 2015 Media Mock Draft to give us an idea of what they'll be facing at No. 21.

  • Dean Geathers reflects on Bengals career

    Posted Feb 27, 2015

    Everyone saw it coming, but it still didn’t make it any easier Friday when the Bengals released one of their more versatile players and valued leaders across the defensive front and around the locker room in 11-year veteran Robert Geathers.

  • Riley joins A list

    Posted Feb 27, 2015

    Ken Riley becomes the first Bengal who played his entire career in Cincinnati to be inducted into the Black College Football Hall of Fame.

  • PBS rehab heats up

    Posted Feb 25, 2015

    Despite recent sub-zero temperatures, the biggest facelift in the 15 years of Paul Brown Stadium continues at a heated pace.

  • Media on Draft Needs

    Posted Feb 25, 2015 spoke with top NFL Draft pundits to get their thoughts on the Bengals draft needs.

  • Hobson's Choice: not many scholarships

    Posted Feb 24, 2015

    The kids keep pushing the vets more than ever. The Bengals aren't handing out a lot of scholarships. Vontaze Burfict is the Bengals' answer to Malcolm Butler.

  • P&G Presenting Sponsor of Cincinnati Music Festival

    Posted Feb 24, 2015

    The Cincinnati Music Festival Announces Procter & Gamble Partnership

  • Combine takeaways

    Posted Feb 23, 2015

    The needle barely moves as the Bengals set up their draft board in the wake of the NFL scouting combine.

  • Bengals look for an edge

    Posted Feb 21, 2015

    INDIANAPOLIS - Bengals defensive line coach Jay Hayes is hunting for edgy play in and out of Paul Brown Stadium.

  • Bengals monitor Indy speedway

    Posted Feb 21, 2015

    INDIANAPOLIS - The Bengals came to the NFL scouting combine looking for speed and found plenty of it Saturday when the wide receivers ran.

  • Notes: Pollak released; Bengals eye backers and rushers

    Posted Feb 20, 2015

    INDIANAPOLIS - The Bengals moved on from valuable backup center-guard Mike Pollak when they released him Friday into free agency.

  • Lewis sees change within PBS walls

    Posted Feb 19, 2015

    INDIANAPOLIS - The player space at Paul Brown Stadium is undergoing a massive, multi-million dollar overhaul this offseason and while the sledgehammers are knocking down walls, head coach Marvin Lewis is banking on more subtle changes as the Bengals begin The Drive for Five.

  • O-Line Paves Way For Redemption In Cleveland

    Posted Dec 17, 2014

    Here’s a key lesson from the Bengals 30-0 win over Cleveland: The video screen is more powerful than the bulletin board.

  • Bengals WR Ochocinco taking his shot at professional soccer

    Posted Mar 23, 2011

    Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco has started his tryout with Kansas City's MLS soccer team.

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