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  • Plan B

    Posted May 25, 2016

  • OTAs a GO

    Posted May 23, 2016

    The Bengals open OTAs Tuesday and all eyes are on guys like new veterans Brandon LaFell and draft picks like Nick Vigil. Andy Dalton says it seems like LaFell has been around forever and Vontaze Burfict likes Vigil enough to give him a Pro Bowl nickname.

  • Notes on a napkin from Marv Madness

    Posted May 22, 2016

    The Marvin Lewis Golf Classic is a destination point for Bengals alumni north and south and here are a few notes on a napkin from Saturday night’s V.I.P. bash and Sunday’s post-round gathering under the tent at Shaker Run Golf Club in Lebanon, Ohio

  • A look at MLCF scholarship winners

    Posted May 20, 2016

    A look at the winners of the Marvin Lewis Community Fund’s $20,000 college scholarships to be awarded at Sunday’s Marvin Lewis Golf Classic at Shaker Run Golf Club in Lebanon, Ohio

  • Lewis pays it forward

    Posted May 20, 2016

  • Hobson's Choice: tuning it up

    Posted May 19, 2016

    With voluntary practices starting Tuesday, fans are kicking the tires and testing the brakes.

  • Hobson's Choice podcast: weekend at Marvin's

    Posted May 18, 2016

    If the Marvin Lewis Community Fund is one of Cincinnati’s treasures, and it is, then this weekend is home to one of the city’s annual crown jewels and Lewis sits down in a Hobson’s Choice podcast to reflect on what it all means to him.

  • Four more years

    Posted May 17, 2016

    Shawn Williams is a lot like his defense, the one that produced the best Bengals scoring defense of all-time last year. A no-frills-all-business-down-home-versatile guy that keeps "football football and everything else everything else."

  • Williams' extension solidifies safety spot

    Posted May 17, 2016

    The Bengals locked up the middle of their defense for the next five years Tuesday when they announced a four-year extension for safety Shawn Williams.

  • Hill on the climb

    Posted May 16, 2016

    In quite possibly one of the classiest and poignant group interviews ever by a Bengal on Monday, Jeremy Hill talked about turning around history.

  • Notes: QB move; Boyd signs

    Posted May 16, 2016

    The Bengals waived undrafted rookie quarterback Matt Johnson and replaced him with another when the University of Buffalo’s Joe Licata had a successful tryout Monday.

  • Bengals and NFL Foundation Donate $200,000 for New Deer Park Football Field

    Posted May 16, 2016

    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.

  • Hobson's Choice: a little spring cleaning

    Posted May 13, 2016

    With the draft and rookie camp complete and the first practices two weeks away, the readers do a little spring cleaning.

  • Whit's a hit on the way to the prom

    Posted May 12, 2016

    This is why Hailee Raffensperger wore a No. 77 jersey even before she served the two dozen kids from Ripley-Union-Lewis-Huntington High School headed to their prom this past weekend.

  • Debut of Hobson's Choice podcast

    Posted May 11, 2016

    With this interview with Bengals veteran right end Michael Johnson, we begin to offer a podcast as another feature for to go along with a readers’ mailbag.

  • Bengals add young tackle and release another

    Posted May 11, 2016

    The Bengals made an in-and-out signing Wednesday when they replaced one young free agent tackle (Ohio State’s Darryl Baldwin) with another (Louisville’s Aaron Epps) to stay at the roster limit of 90.

  • A matter of degrees

    Posted May 10, 2016

    This is what you didn’t see ten days ago after Carlos Dunlap flipped his University of Florida cap into the air and then called the name of Nick Vigil as the Bengals’ third-round pick at the NFL Draft in Chicago.

  • Due diligence

    Posted May 9, 2016

    Usually the business of trying to get better in the NFL is a silent, dreary, anonymous hum of work behind the scenes. But Monday was one of those days people noticed. That happens when you work out a former first-round pick and sign a kicker who has been at it for just two years. Call it due diligence.

  • Fisher eyes doing a 'Lap' around all five spots

    Posted May 9, 2016

    Jake Fisher may be about to pull a “Lap.”

  • No kidding at camp

    Posted May 8, 2016

    A few observations from rookie minicamp that ended Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium.

  • Try-out CB and LB signed, along with two others

    Posted May 8, 2016

    The Bengals signed four try-out players on Sunday on the final day of rookie minicamp, giving them a rookie class of 24 players. A total of 17 are undrafted with the rest selected in last weekend’s draft.

  • Snapping to

    Posted May 7, 2016

    If the Bengals hadn’t bench-pressed Baylor behemoth Andrew Billings out of the fourth round, we’d have spent the last week talking about how they dead-lifted Arizona State titan Christian Westerman from the fifth. At the Bengals rookie minicamp he and the rest of the guards are getting a lot of first snaps ever, along with rookie quarterback Matt Johnson.

  • Bengals keep inside Vigil

    Posted May 7, 2016

    While Nick Vigil's rat tail met its fate just before the NFL Combine, the characteristics that made him a Bengals' third-round pick have shown up at this weekend’s rookie minicamp. Head coach Marvin Lewis is impressed.

  • Williams acts the vet on D-line

    Posted May 7, 2016

    Defensive tackle DeShawn Williams and defensive line coach Jacob Burney are two guys that don’t have to impress rookies. But they did anyway at this weekend’s Bengals rookie minicamp.

  • Fresh catch

    Posted May 6, 2016

    Barely did a ball drop on Opening Day as second-round pick Tyler Boyd flashed NFL quickness and sixth-round pick Cody Core maneuvered his NFL body and NFL hands about the Bengals rookie minicamp Friday.

  • Marvin Lewis news conference transcript

    Posted May 6, 2016

    Marvin Lewis news conference 5/6 transcript

  • Camp notes: BG QB knows it's a snap; No numbers game for Walker; Hillary soaks it in; Centers galore

    Posted May 6, 2016

    They gave Bowling Green quarterback Matt Johnson the Sammy Baugh Award for being the best passer in college football last year, but he wasn’t very surprised that no NFL team called and he ended up in Bengals rookie minicamp undrafted.

  • MAC QB and WR lead Bengals CFA class

    Posted May 6, 2016

    Led by the MAC Offensive Player of the Year and one of that league’s most dangerous receivers, the Bengals unveiled their college free agent class Friday morning.

  • Football to the Core

    Posted May 5, 2016

    Sixth-round pick Cody Core first saw the Bengals when he was a little guy. Hometown running back Rudi Johnson's punishing style appealed to him and he hopes to bring it with him to Paul Brown Stadium.

  • Strong side

    Posted May 4, 2016

    Before the Bengals drafted Andrew Billings, the Waco Weigh Station, he had already heard about two of their defensive tackles. The story about Pro Bowler Geno Atkins helped ease his concerns about slipping to the fourth round and he was aware how well former Bengal Devon Still wore No. 75 during his daughter’s heroic conquest of cancer.

  • Hunt seeks Greene's pastures

    Posted May 3, 2016

    After working with him back in March, Kevin Greene, all 245 Hall of Fame pounds of him, all passionate pop and vintage verve and 160 high-engine sacks, has never seen anyone like Margus Hunt.

  • Dalton's Foundation takes another step

    Posted May 3, 2016

    Andy Dalton’s foundation takes another step forward.

  • Welcome on the corner

    Posted May 2, 2016

    Pro Bowl cornerback Adam Jones, a budding college scout who covers more ground than his punt returns, is in the wings if the personnel department needs him. On Monday he praised the Bengals draft room for the selection of Houston cornerback William Jackson at No. 24, declaring him a better prospect than the draft’s No. 1 corner.

  • Marvin Lewis Nominated for 2016 “All Stars of Giving” Award

    Posted May 2, 2016

    Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis is nominated by All Sports United for the fourth annual “All Stars of Giving” award.

  • Art of a hometown deal

    Posted May 1, 2016

    The call came for Darius Hillary in the lightning round, the half hour or so of madness right after the draft, otherwise known as college free agency. The flash could end in a father-son Bengals combo.

  • Hobson's Choice: draft call

    Posted May 1, 2016

    Hobson's Choice: 2016 Draft Edition

  • Bengals hear the raves again

    Posted Apr 30, 2016

    Duke Tobin loves doubles. The homers are great, like A.J. Green and Andy Dalton. But Tobin knows this five-year run in which the Bengals have the fifth best record in the NFL has been built by solid and sober decisions in a draft room chaired by Bengals president Mike Brown and powered by grades.

  • Bengals wrap up draft with two productive picks

    Posted Apr 30, 2016

    The Bengals rounded out their 2016 draft class with a pair of productive college players with plenty of NFL upside: wide receiver Cody Core of Ole Miss and safety Clayton Fejedelem of Illinois.

  • Boyd rolls to the other river

    Posted Apr 30, 2016

    Tyler Boyd grew up cheering for Hines Ward and worked out with Marvin Jones. But he watches A.J. Green. As he walked through the Bengals locker room Saturday a day after the Bengals basically put him in their Opening Day lineup in the slot with a second-round pick, he clearly had an idea of the power structure at his new team.

  • Lewis '16 Draft Recap News Conference Transcript

    Posted Apr 30, 2016

    Marvin Lewis '16 Draft Recap News Conference Transcript

  • Bengals backers keep Vigil for versatility

    Posted Apr 30, 2016

    Last April, despite being named the Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Year, Utah State linebacker Zach Vigil was not selected in the NFL draft. He eventually signed as a free agent with Miami and played in all 16 games as a rookie. This year when it was clear that Zach’s younger brother and former college teammate Nick was likely to be selected, their father wanted to throw a party on the second night of the draft.

  • Another tough guy for O-line

    Posted Apr 30, 2016

    Forget about the bench press, 40-yard dash, and three cone drill. When it comes to evaluating offensive line prospects, Bengals coach Paul Alexander has a unique “toughness test.” And his fifth-rounder passed with flying colors.

  • 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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