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  • Nifty 50 gives Bengals national run

    Posted 4 hours ago

    Alex "Marvelous," Marvez and side-kick Zig Fracassi gave the Bengals rare and great world-wide run this past weekend on Sirius XM Radio’s NFL Channel when they spent their afternoon show examining the 50 years of the franchise and offered their all-time team. Yes, Ken Anderson, left, and Isaac Curtis (above) made it.

  • 4-Game Flex Packs are Here!

    Posted 9 hours ago

    You choose the games. You choose the sections. We provide the action!

  • Andre Smith Ready To Try New Position With Old Team

    Posted Jun 22, 2017

    After exclusively playing tackle in college and the NFL, Andre Smith is preparing for a likely position change in 2017

  • Bengals 2017 Training Camp Opens Friday, July 28

    Posted Jun 22, 2017

    The Bengals’ 50th Season kicks off on Friday, July 28 when Training Camp, presented by Fifth Third Bank, opens with numerous practices free to the public.

  • Uzomah Looks To Pick Up Where He Left Off

    Posted Jun 21, 2017

    Third year tight end C.J. Uzomah says the 2017 season started on New Year's Day

  • Taste of the NFL Raises $130,000 for Freestore Foodbank

    Posted Jun 20, 2017

    The 15th Annual Taste of the NFL raised $130,000 for the Freestore Foodbank.

  • Erickson Returns

    Posted Jun 20, 2017

    After leading the AFC in kickoff return average as a rookie, Alex Erickson is ready to battle for reps in a deeper wide receiver room

  • Father's Day: Social Recap

    Posted Jun 19, 2017

    Sunday marked Father’s Day and the players took to social media to celebrate.

  • Father's Day on the farm

    Posted Jun 16, 2017

    This Father’s Day they will be on the farm out there in the neutral zone, in the fields just outside of Selma. Of course they will. Michael Johnson and his father are always on the farm when they are together.

  • Kickers aren't in Kansas anymore

    Posted Jun 15, 2017

    With the Bengals breaking for summer vacation after Thursday’s last practice of mandatory minicamp, special teams coordinator Darrin Simmons heads to the farm after no one in his kicking competition bought the farm. Randy Bullock, Jake Elliott, and Jonathan Brown are all within percentage points of each other after they tried about 80 field goals each in team situations this spring. “No one has an edge. It’s all pretty even,” Simmons said this week.

  • So far, so good

    Posted Jun 14, 2017

    If there is one topic that has kept Bengaldom up at night this offseason it has been the prospect of quarterback Andy Dalton protected by the first new pair of book-end tackles in eight years. But Cedric Ogbuehi and Jake Fisher have their coach sleeping at night.

  • Defense remains 'cool' under the radar

    Posted Jun 13, 2017

    Don’t look now, but over there is the Bengals defense on one of their final tune-ups for training camp. And not a soul is talking about it. The narrative belongs to the offense but Paul Guenther says this defense has its most talent since he became coordinator.

  • Andy Dalton and Marvin Lewis news conference transcripts

    Posted Jun 13, 2017

    Andy Dalton, Marvin Lewis news conference transcripts 6/13/2017

  • NFL's fastest team? Speed mandatory at this camp

    Posted Jun 12, 2017

    The Bengals open their three-day mandatory minicamp on the Paul Brown Stadium field Tuesday and with apologies to the Greatest Show on Turf Rams of the early 21st century, Cincinnati just may be home of the NFL’s Fleetest Fleet on Foot. Don’t blink or you’ll miss their last work on the field until the start of training camp late next month as rookies like Josh Malone bring speed to burn.

  • Hobson's Choice: roster jousts

    Posted Jun 12, 2017

    With mandatory minicamp under way Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, the readers have a say.

  • Green helps set the community table

    Posted Jun 9, 2017

    A community is only as good as its table setters. Guys like A.J. Green, who cradles the big bowl, and guys like “Spoon,” who knows how to feed the kids that need to be fed. They employed an impressive double team Friday at Green's youth football camp.

  • Hobson's Choice Podcast: Kevin Huber

    Posted Jun 8, 2017

    It may be time to start talking about homegrown Kevin Huber as the greatest punter in Bengals history.

  • Bengals and NFL Foundation Donate $150,000 to La Salle High School for New Football Field

    Posted Jun 8, 2017

    The Cincinnati Bengals and the NFL Foundation teamed up to contribute $150,000 to the La Salle High School athletic department, topping off a fundraising effort that raised $325,000 to install a new synthetic turf field at Lancer Stadium.

  • Bengals Sign Third-Round Pick Jordan Willis

    Posted Jun 8, 2017

    The Bengals today signed DE Jordan Willis of Kansas State University, their third-round selection in the 2017 NFL Draft (73rd overall).

  • Lawson: young man in a rush

    Posted Jun 7, 2017

    Some around Paul Brown Stadium think fourth-round pick Carl Lawson just may be one of the most natural edge pass rushers to come through Bengaldom in years, maybe decades. But first, he has to put on pads.

  • Bengals Sign Fifth-Round Pick J.J. Dielman

    Posted Jun 7, 2017

    The Bengals today signed C/G J.J. Dielman of the University of Utah, the second of the Bengals’ two fifth-round selections in the 2017 NFL Draft (176th overall).

  • Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation's Celebrity Waiter Night Raises More Than $225,000

    Posted Jun 7, 2017

    The Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation played host to nearly 300 guests at its sixth annual Celebrity Waiter Night.

  • Slants and screens: Dalton zeroes in; Collinsworth sees images of JB; Tackles impress

    Posted Jun 6, 2017

    Alex Erickson discovered why Andy Dalton's Celebrity Waiter Night just celebrated its sixth anniversary ... Cris Collinsworth isn't afraid to invoke images of one of his Bengals teammates when it comes to Joe Mixon... The young tackles are having such a good spring, Ken Zampese hasn't noticed ...

  • Hobson's Choice: more issues and answers

    Posted Jun 5, 2017

    The readers want to know the big questions. There is none bigger than new left tackle Cedric Ogbuehi.

  • 15th Annual Cincinnati Bengals' Taste of the NFL

    Posted Jun 5, 2017

    Join the Cincinnati Bengals and the Freestore Foodbank for the 15th Annual Taste of the NFL Wednesday, June 14 at Paul Brown Stadium.

  • The General in stripes

    Posted Jun 2, 2017

    George Iloka, the man they call 'The General,' has helped march the Bengals secondary to the high ground. Since he became a starter in 2013 they are among the NFL's best at preventing big plays.

  • Bengals Sign Second-Round Pick Joe Mixon

    Posted Jun 2, 2017

    The Bengals today signed HB Joe Mixon of the University of Oklahoma, their second-round selection in the 2017 NFL draft (48th overall).

  • Burfict, backers in transition

    Posted Jun 1, 2017

    Suddenly, soon to be 27, heading into his sixth NFL season, and with his knee feeling the best it has felt in the two years since surgery, Vontaze Burfict is helping the kids instead of being one of the kids. He also wants to reach out to the younger kids about one of the nation's hottest and most heart-breaking trends.

  • Follow the leader

    Posted May 30, 2017

    A.J. Green and Andy Dalton, in lockstep since Green was drafted 22 hours before Dalton in 2011, are both optimistic about what is unfolding this spring and Green feels so good he’s talking about playing seven more years until age 36 and maybe longer if they put him in the slot after that as he muses about 15,000 yards.

  • Russell taxis into roster bid

    Posted May 25, 2017

    KeiVarae Russell’s journey into the guts of the roster joust with impressive play is a peek at how the Bengals are approaching personnel these days with Duke Tobin, Marvin Lewis, and a relatively deep roster that allows them the flexibility to develop with the last seven roster spots. It’s also a bow to one of Paul Brown’s oldest and most imitated innovations known as the taxi squad.

  • Willis has been there before

    Posted May 25, 2017

    In so many ways third-round right end Jordan Willis is the textbook draft pick in the Duke Tobin-Marvin Lewis Era. And Willis truly is a Marv-Paul Brown-guy who prefers to act like he’s been there before.

  • Fast to the Core

    Posted May 24, 2017

    Start this reunion tour for the Bengals offense on Tuesday’s first practice of the spring with a fast stop. And it’s got to be fast because we’re talking about Cody Core, the sophomore wide receiver who just very well might be one of the next big things in Bengaldom.

  • Notes: shortcut in OT; two sides of celebrating; Dre (hand) says he's back soon

    Posted May 23, 2017

    The NFL owners voted Tuesday to cut overtime from 15 to 10 minutes...

  • What to watch on defense

    Posted May 22, 2017

    The Bengals hold their first of nine voluntary practices Tuesday morning, which amounts to their first appearance on the field for the 2017 season. So we’ll volunteer that if defensive coordinator Paul Guenther has most of his spots locked up, he’ll experiment a bit with whom to play with whom and when with an eye to jacking up the pass rush. Welcome to Paulie G.’s spring lab with one of the experiments Auburn rookie Carl Lawson.

  • Curtis and Anderson hook up again

    Posted May 21, 2017

    Isaac Curtis and Kenny Anderson are together again this weekend, the way it was and the way it will always be. They are the 19th most prolific scoring combo in the history of the NFL and after 50 years of Blakemania and Ocho and Carson Palmer’s Heisman howitzer and A.J. Green’s Randy Moss leap at the record books and Norman Julius Esiason, still No. 1 in Bengaldom with 51 TDs.

  • Classic Lewis keeps watering the kids

    Posted May 19, 2017

    The versatile, valuable Orchid Wang is the latest in a line of amazing Marvin Lewis scholars that are on display this weekend at his annual golf tournament as the Bengals head coach keeps watering the kids, the seeds of a community.

  • Roster superlatives

    Posted May 17, 2017

    With the Bengals prepping to open their first of three voluntary weeks of practice next Tuesday, we take a look at the roster superlatives.

  • Minter likes Bengals' edge of might

    Posted May 16, 2017

    Just like most everybody else on his new team, middle linebacker Kevin Minter has been on clubs that have had double-digit wins every year he’s played in the NFL. Except last season, when Arizona’s 7-8-1 turned out to be not that much different than Cincinnati’s 6-9-1. So he’s getting the same kind of vibe as he settles into an edgy Paul Brown Stadium locker room this spring.

  • No mixed messages as Dalton eyes additions

    Posted May 15, 2017

    Many of the Bengals rookies returned to mingle with the veterans for the first time Monday during off-season workouts (enough that five of them signed their deals) and quarterback Andy Dalton was able to look them in the eye instead of text them. Which is how he communicated with second-rounder Joe Mixon, the Oklahoma running back, during the rookie minicamp.

  • Hobson's Choice Podcast: Eric Winston

    Posted May 12, 2017

    Every time we see the name of Bengals tackle Eric Winston, his name is attached to all kinds of issues and topics. That happens when you’re president of the NFL Players Association.

  • Hobson's Choice: riding the draft

    Posted May 12, 2017

    Putting the draft haul in order.

  • Single Game Tickets for BCA Game vs. Colts Now On Sale

    Posted May 11, 2017

    The Bengals will support Breast Cancer Awareness at the Colts game as part of the NFL’s “A Crucial Catch” campaign. Single game tickets for the Indianapolis Colts game on Sunday, October 29 are now available at Bengals.com/tickets.

  • Breech toasts a fifth

    Posted May 10, 2017

    Even before the MVP of Super Bowl ¾ XXIII had the card in his hand, the 153rd pick in last month’s draft, Jim Breech thought it might be a kicker.

  • Green eyes speedy recovery

    Posted May 9, 2017

    There is his new running mate, No. 1 pick John Ross. But A.J. Green has also noticed a fresh new junior candidate from the Volunteer State in fourth-round pick Josh Malone, a long-ball threat who is looking like the X factor of this draft.

  • Green, Tez 'C' new room

    Posted May 8, 2017

  • Notes: Times of the sign; Evans WILLing; Glasgow knows Bengals subs

    Posted May 7, 2017

    John Ross does everything fast, including signing his contract ...Oklahoma linebacker Jordan Evans says the move from middle to WILL has been "smooth." ... Michigan defensive tackle Ryan Glasgow is used to watching Bengals tape ...

  • Vikings at Bengals Postgame Quotes

    Posted Aug 12, 2016

    Minnesota Vikings at Cincinnati Bengals Postgame quotes

  • McCarron Looks Ahead After Heroic Effort

    Posted Jan 13, 2016

    As he packed up his locker on Monday, AJ McCarron wore an Alabama sweatshirt and hat. He was obviously looking forward to seeing if his alma mater would beat Clemson later that night for college football’s national championship.

  • Devon Still Accepts Jimmy V. Perseverance Award

    Posted Jul 16, 2015

    Devon Still to accept ESPYS award on behalf of daughter Leah

  • 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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