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  • New vs. old

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  • You never know on radio row

    Posted Feb 5, 2016

    Forget the downtown hotel bars or the Super Bowl Media Center work room or the teams’ headquarters. In the Communications Age when everyone is their own media entity, the center of it all is where all the microphones are and where people simply have to move from table to table to hit someone’s favorite sports talk show from Boston to Dubuque. You never know who'll see you on radio row.

  • Notes: Polian says Bengals had best team; Some advice for Hill; Two sides

    Posted Feb 4, 2016

    SAN FRANCISCO - One Hall-of-Fame evaluator said Thursday the NFL’s best team isn’t here at this Super Bowl.

  • Serving a slice of Cincy

    Posted Feb 4, 2016

    SAN FRANCISCO - This Super Bowl on Sunday (6:30 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12) is about grandfathers and big brothers and nephews and beating cancer and winning state titles and favorite Bengals and making the West Side and the East Side proud all around town.

  • Munoz still Super

    Posted Feb 2, 2016

    SAN FRANCISCO - They’re getting ready to play Super Bowl 50 about an hour down the road from here on Sunday and the greatest offensive lineman who ever lived is simply pleased to have played in two of them.

  • Notes: Munoz wants Anderson to join him in Hall; Eifert has sprained ankle

    Posted Feb 2, 2016

    The Bengals got good news Tuesday on tight end Tyler Eifert less than 48 hours after he left his first Pro Bowl in a walking boot.

  • Hobson's Choice: free fee

    Posted Feb 2, 2016

    The hangover looks to have cleared as free agency becomes the topic even though there are five weeks until the NFL's new year.

  • Youngstown, OH YYFFA Flag Football Team Competes in #NFLFlagChampionship Super Bowl

    Posted Feb 1, 2016

    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.

  • Social Media Round-Up: Pro Bowl 2016

    Posted Feb 1, 2016

    See the best of social media from the Bengals' week in Hawaii at the Pro Bowl.

  • Sights and sounds of Pro Bowl

    Posted Feb 1, 2016

    HONOLULU - The Bengals-dominated Team Irvin rolled over Team Rice at Sunday's Pro Bowl, 49-27, and what would a big win be without a big play from A.J. Green? . . . Although Tyler Eifert hurt his foot and he feels like there have to be tweaks to the game, Andrew Whitworth thinks they should keep playing the Pro Bowl . . . One guy on the opposing sideline knew Cedric Peerman was running a fake punt . . . Richard Sherman loves Adam Jones and the Bengals defense . . .

  • Eifert hopeful after initial test

    Posted Jan 31, 2016

    HONOLULU - The initial examination of Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert’s foot didn’t reveal a break Sunday night after the Pro Bowl. But he left Aloha Stadium in a boot and plans to undergo further tests in Cincinnati to make sure he’s got only a bone bruise.

  • Former Bengal Bieniemy looking to get Ced some touches

    Posted Jan 31, 2016

    HONOLULU - Bengals running back Cedric Peerman is in Sunday’s Pro Bowl mainly because he blew up kick NFL return teams at a devastating pace.

  • Alternate history

    Posted Jan 31, 2016

    In the never-ending Adam Jones' debate of perception vs. reality, the reality is this heading into Sunday’s Pro Bowl (7 p.m.-ESPN) at Aloha Stadium. The artist formerly known as Pacman is a Hawaiian hit as one of the top cornerbacks in the NFL. Finally. Deservedly. Bengals left tackle Andrew Whitworth has heard it.

  • Reflective Whit

    Posted Jan 30, 2016

    KAHUKU, HI - The peers that gravitate to him in all his giant Whit-ness this week at the Pro Bowl are rejuvenating Andrew Whitworth. “A renewed spirit,’ is what he calls it.

  • Pro Bowl notes: A.J., Julio finally together; Ced no stranger

    Posted Jan 29, 2016

    KAHUKU, HI - Finally, it is A.J. and Julio down in the same schoolyard.

  • A Pro Bowl thank you

    Posted Jan 28, 2016

    KAHUKU, HI - Bringing your position coach to the Island Pro Bowl is a long-standing NFL tradition. Tyler Eifert may have started another one when he brought Bengals rehab boss Nick Cosgray.

  • Best hanging with the best

    Posted Jan 28, 2016

    HONOLULU - The Pro Bowl means pricking egos as well as picking brains when the best hangs with the best.

  • Peerman riding the wave

    Posted Jan 27, 2016

    KAHUKU, HI - Cedric Peerman found out Monday night he had become the first Bengals special teams cover player to make the Pro Bowl. Wednesday morning he stood in the lobby of the Turtle Bay resort looking at a Hollywood set of cartoon-vivid waves crashing against a sand-stretched beach framed by palm trees.

  • Playmaker seeking Bengals' playmakers in Pro Bowl draft

    Posted Jan 26, 2016

    KAHUKU, HI - They call Hall-of-Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin “Playmaker,” so he ought to know. He thinks the Bengals’ contingent of Pro Bowl players, second most in their history, has at least two playmakers worthy of Canton if they keep doing the things that got them into Sunday’s game (7 p.m.-ESPN) at Honolulu’s Aloha Stadium.

  • Peerman and Jones Named to Pro Bowl

    Posted Jan 26, 2016

    Bengals HB Cedric Peerman and CB Adam Jones have been named to roster spots for the Pro Bowl, the NFL announced today. Their additions raise the Cincinnati total for the game to eight players, second-most in franchise history behind the nine-player total of the 1988 season.

  • Zampese timing up playbook

    Posted Jan 26, 2016

    Ken Zampese’s father, who called plays for Hall of Fame quarterbacks Dan Fouts and Troy Aikman and helped pump the oxygen into Air Coryell during his 28 years in the NFL, and is two months shy of 80 years old, is about to make another call.

  • Bengals Enhance Season Ticket Experience

    Posted Jan 25, 2016

    Buoyed by the sale of nearly 1,000 deposits since November, the AFC North champion Bengals are amping up their season ticket campaign by adopting a new pricing structure and enhancing their customer service with the creation of the Season Ticket Member services department.

  • Bengals Set 2016 Season Ticket Pricing

    Posted Jan 25, 2016

    The Bengals today set 2016 Season Ticket Pricing which introduces a two-tier model – one tier for preseason games and another for regular-season games.

  • Bengals gear up data base; QB-OC bond still strong

    Posted Jan 22, 2016

    The drafting of Pro Bowl captain Geno Atkins is a good example of how the art scouting can be seen as one of the forerunners of analytics . . . Greg Seamon, the Bengals' East Coast scout and college coach of Hue Jackson, has followed him to Cleveland . . .

  • Defensive staff lines up experience blitz

    Posted Jan 21, 2016

    When the defensive meeting room underwent the biggest facelift of Marvin Lewis’ 14 seasons as head coach of the Bengals this past week, he and defensive coordinator Paul Guenther opted for experience. “I didn’t care if it was a 50-year guy or a first-year guy,” Guenther says. “I just wanted the best guys that were out there and we went and got them.”

  • Hobson's Choice: on to '16

    Posted Jan 19, 2016

    But not without a few look-backs now that we've had a self-imposed 10-day cooling off period. One thought for '16: Andy Dalton's new playcaller is striving for balance between passing and handing off.

  • Lewis welcomes most experienced staff

    Posted Jan 18, 2016

    Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis moved quickly to fill his coaching vacancies and when the dust cleared Monday he had the most experienced staff of his 14 seasons in Cincinnati. Among the three hires was old friend Kevin Coyle, one of three former NFL cooordinators on staff.

  • Marvin Lewis and Ken Zampese news conference transcript

    Posted Jan 15, 2016

    Marvin Lewis and Ken Zampese news conference transcript

  • Notes: Haslett on Tez: 'One of best LBs in NFL'; Jones reaches out to Brown

    Posted Jan 15, 2016

    Vontaze Burfict may be public enemy No. 1 in the eyes of the National Football League, but his new boss can’t wait to coach him. After being introduced as the Bengals new linebackers coach on Friday, Jim Haslett called him one of the top players in the league.

  • Captains endorse continuity with Zampese

    Posted Jan 15, 2016

    Ken Zampese, who has coached the two best passing seasons in Bengals history, replaced Hue Jackson as offensive coordinator Friday in a move that keeps quarterback Andy Dalton in the same structure. Dalton called it "a perfect transition." The club also announced former NFL and UFL head coach Jim Haslett is the club’s new linebackers coach in what looks like the start of the biggest defensive staff facelift since Marvin Lewis became head coach in 2003.

  • Dunlap adds Pro Bowl to career year

    Posted Jan 14, 2016

    Carlos Dunlap capped off his break-through season on and off the field Thursday when he moved from first alternate to the Pro Bowl. But he's already got a new goal for next season.

  • Jackson thanks Bengals

    Posted Jan 14, 2016

    This one last time, former Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson didn’t want to talk about the Cleveland Browns. He wanted to talk about his old team, the Cincinnati Bengals, and his old bosses, president Mike Brown and head coach Marvin Lewis.

  • Brown backs Inglewood plan for L.A.

    Posted Jan 13, 2016

    Bengals president Mike Brown refuted Wednesday’s published report that speculated he was one of two owners to vote against a proposal putting the Rams and possibly the Raiders or Chargers in Inglewood, Calif.

  • Orange and stripes Hue added to AFC North colors

    Posted Jan 13, 2016

    The Browns hiring of Hue Jackson as head coach comes straight out of the Bengals playbook and one day shy of 13 years ago when the Bengals tapped Marvin Lewis, an assistant coach also immersed in the AFC North elite. Andy Dalton and Andrew Whitworth, the offensive captains, left him with high praise.

  • 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.

  • Not at Whit's end

    Posted Jan 12, 2016

    Like everyone else, Pro Bowl left tackle Andrew Whitworth was devastated Saturday night. But it didn’t take it all out of him. He's ready for his 11th season . . . Bengals secondary coach Vance Joseph became the Dolphins defensive coordinator Tuesday and Cincy is mulling a familiar face to replace him . . . Vontaze Burfict is hoping to take his appeal all the way to the top . . .

  • Vets vow no hangover

    Posted Jan 12, 2016

    The two guys who were around here in 2006, the 8-8 year after that traumatic play-off loss to the Steelers ten years ago, say the Bengals won’t have any kind of a hangover after coming so agonizingly close to post-season victory on Saturday night.

  • Jones hoping for a PBS return

    Posted Jan 11, 2016

    Unless it was quarterback Andy Dalton, no one had a better year on the Bengals than cornerback Adam Bernard Jones. Just look what he did on Saturday in the AFC Wild Card Game at Paul Brown Stadium.

  • 'He willed us back into that game'

    Posted Jan 11, 2016

    His defensive coordinator who lives on the edge with Vontaze Burfict knows how important he is and how well he played in the biggest game of the year.

  • Marvin Lewis News Conference Transcript

    Posted Jan 11, 2016

    Marvin Lewis news conference transcript 01/11/2016

  • Bengals question Porter's role as NFL suspends Burfict for three games

    Posted Jan 11, 2016

    Even before Saturday’s Wild Card Game, Bengals defensive coordinator Paul Guenther asked Steelers defensive assistant coach Joey Porter not to talk to his players after some trash-talking incidents in the Dec. 13 game.

  • Players say Lewis emphasizing poise for '16, but they still wonder about late calls

    Posted Jan 11, 2016

    Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis sent his disappointed team into the offseason Monday with the message that when they return in April playing with poise is going to be a point of emphasis.

  • In the wake . . .

    Posted Jan 10, 2016

    Here's hoping Jeremy Hill was watching Sunday's NFC Wild Card Game in Minnesota. Even the great ones can do it . . . Andrew Whitworth says the Bengals have continually rebounded and will again . . .

  • McCarron, Green at a loss for words, not heroics

    Posted Jan 10, 2016

    It looked for all the world like AJ McCarron had decided it with a thunderous right hand that both electrified the Paul Brown Stadium crowd of 63,257 and shocked the swaggering Steelers to give the Bengals a 16-15 lead with 1:50 left in Saturday’s Wild Card Game.

  • Hits: No second guesses for Lewis on run as Hill takes blame; Flagged; Iloka wistful; D guts it out

    Posted Jan 9, 2016

    Bengals running back Jeremy Hill’s first two fumbles this season got him benched. The third one did him no favors, either. But the fourth and last one had the direst of consequences.

  • Steelers at Bengals Postgame Quotes

    Posted Jan 9, 2016

    Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals postgame quotes

  • Bengals lose it in last 1:50, 18-16

    Posted Jan 9, 2016

    While the rain drenched Paul Brown Stadium in Saturday night’s Wild Card Game, the Bengals poured on a break-neck fourth quarter with 16 unanswered points and looked to be headed to their first post-season win in 25 years with 1:50 left when it all imploded emotionally and physically in a gut-wrenching 18-16 loss.

  • Voices of '05: Willie banking on defense

    Posted Jan 9, 2016

    Willie Anderson, the greatest right tackle the Bengals have ever had, is trying to clear the decks so he can be on the sidelines for Saturday’s Wild Card Game (8:15 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12) against the Steelers at Paul Brown Stadium.

  • Bengals hope to keep bouncing in rubber game

    Posted Jan 8, 2016

    The Bengals aren’t looking to re-write history in Saturday night’s Wild Card Game (8:15-Cincinnati’s Channel 12) at Paul Brown Stadium. Instead, the 12-4 AFC North champs are looking to defy it when their backup quarterback, AJ McCarron, challenges future Hall-of-Famer Ben Roethlisberger and his 10-6 Steelers. The Bengals.com Media Roundtable has the floor.

  • 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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