The Bengals offensive line moved on from one of its senior performers Tuesday when they released Kyle Cook, their starting center for the past five seasons.
It was a tough day in Bengaldom Tuesday, the first day of free agency. But like Halloween Night in Miami last season when they saw their two-time Pro Bowl tackle Geno Atkins go down for the year, that proud, battered Bengals defensive line that just may be the deepest in football, again rallied around each other.
In an effort to shore up the versatility of their offensive line, the Bengals took one of their priorities off the free-agent market Thursday when they agreed to terms with guard-center Mike Pollak.
In honor of Reds announcer Marty Brennaman’s return to the air waves Wednesday with that melodious baritone that officially ends every Cincinnati winter, what better day to start spring football with the first version of the 2014 Bengals.com Media Mock Draft?
There's a list of about 14 players that could be off the board by the time the Bengals draft and they'll be rooting for Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr and LSU wide receiver Odell Beckham to crash the party before the festivities start at No. 24. They’ve already said they’re not taking a quarterback or wide receiver No. 1.
With NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock stepping off the media podium Sunday at the NFL Scouting Combine, public opinion began to congeal around the edges. When it came to potential backup quarterbacks in the middle of the draft, Alabama's A.J. McCarron became a popular name.
NFL punditry has made its annual pilgrimage to the NFL Scouting Combine and as it gathers on this screaming summit of hype the conventional wisdom seems to match the Bengals' power brokers.
Paul Guenther, who has been to nine of these things as an assistant or position coach, is taking in his first NFL Scouting Combine as the Bengals defensive coordinator and he says it's really no different because he always checked out the other positions.
INDIANAPOLIS- New Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson met the local media during a break Saturday at the NFL Scouting Combine. Here is the transcript:
Mike Zimmer's in-your-face-demanding-up tempo coaching style that raised the Bengals defense from the bottom to perennial playoff units has been bequeathed to new offensive coordinator Hue Jackson.
Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis said Friday he's had extension talks with president Mike Brown and says he has no concerns about going into the final year of his deal without one. But he indicated events will probably come down like his last extension, which means there'd be one before training camp.
To use a phrase and then beat it about the head, it is the best of times and the most unsettling of times for Bengals offensive line coach Paul Alexander.
John Thornton, who went to his first NFL Scouting Combine near the turn of the century as a prospect and went to the most recent ones as a member of the media, comes to another one this week in his third different role.
Forget the rehab of Emmanuel Lamur and Clint Boling? When healthy they can be two quiet reasons the Bengals command flexibility in the nooks and crannies of the depth chart.
With four playoff appearances in the past five seasons the Bengals are in step with an NFL-wide trend that rewards patience in an environment that fosters panic.
The night Demaryius Thomas broke her husband's record, Joanie Ross tossed and turned through all the catches and all the memories and all the might-have-beens and ended up not getting much sleep at all.
So much for that slick and glossy packaged narrative of the-rules-have-killed-defense-and-it's-a-passing-league-only that dominated this season of Denver's record-breaking offense.
Packers running back Eddie Lacy may have won the Associated Press Offensive Rookie of the Year, but Bengals running back Giovani Bernard got a consolation pat on the back from a Hall of Famer.
Since he owns a bar in the East Village (think a flat Mount Adams when it comes to Cincinnati's eclectic equivalent), Ryan Birkenhead is prepared for just about anything the human race can muster.
Heath Miller and Solomon Wilcots finish up their post-combine mock draft, analyzing which players left on the board will fill out the first round of picks.
Lucky Bengals' season ticket members who entered a contest on Bengals.com were able to attend the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine courtesy of Bridgestone.
Heath Evans and Solomon Wilcots project the top 10 picks of the 2014 NFL Draft after watching Johnny Manziel, Jadeveon Clowney and Blake Bortles showcase their skills in Indianapolis.
Former Cincinnati Bengal Anthony Munoz was one of the greatest offensive lineman to ever hit the field. See where he ranks on "The Top 100: Greatest Players."