PHOENIX, Ariz. - The Patriots are in the same bunker out here during Super Bowl week. You remember. The one they crawled out of back on the night of Oct. 5.
PHOENIX, Ariz. - This is the tabloid Super Bowl complete with the steamy headlines of deceit and a quick tease for the betrayal sound bite. But for quarterback Boomer Esiason and others from the No Huddle Bengals, the New England offense is what he calls “poetry.”
GLENDALE, Ariz. - He took just one snap Sunday night, but punter Kevin Huber gave Bengaldom one of its best Pro Bowl moments ever at University of Phoenix Stadium as he helped Team Irving post a 32-28 fourth-quarter victory.
GLENDALE, Ariz. - Saints perennial Pro Bowl quarterback Drew Brees, whose first four full seasons were good but not quite as good as Andy Dalton’s four-year career, empathized with the Bengals quarterback after Sunday night’s Pro Bowl here at University of Phoenix Stadium.
PHOENIX, Ariz. - About 20 of his family members and friends have turned the Arizona Biltmore into Anderson Township West as they celebrated Bengals punter Kevin Huber's first Pro Bowl berth.
MOBILE, Ala. - This is how long and well the Bengals have been drafting offensive tackles: One of the leading prospects here this week at the Reese’s Senior Bowl, LSU left tackle La’el Collins, grew up in Baton Rouge playing high school and college ball with Bengals running back Jeremy Hill. But he says he was too young to remember current Bengals left tackle Andrew Whitworth helping lead LSU to a national championship.
MOBILE, Ala. - Ohio State wide receiver Devin Smith is still in the tornado as he shoots from the national championship whirlwind into the NFL maelstrom here at the Reese’s Senior Bowl. When his Buckeyes get feted in town Saturday, he’ll be playing for the North (4 p.m.-NFL Network) against the South to begin his efforts to cap it all off with a high selection in the NFL Draft.
MOBILE, Ala. - Marvin Lewis points to Bengals president Mike Brown’s aggressive posture in the young offseason as the club eyes shoring up several positions in the draft, as well as free agency. "He's leading the charge," against the status quo, Lewis says.
MOBILE, Ala. - Marvin Lewis didn’t take his ball and go home when he sat down with a couple of local scribes during Wednesday afternoon’s South practice at the Reese’s Senior Bowl.
MOBILE, Ala. - James Urban likes to find receivers on the fence at the Senior Bowl. But the Bengals aren't on the fence about trying to add at least one wide receiver.
MOBILE, Ala. – With Rex Ryan now the head coach in Buffalo, Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson has gone from head coaching candidate to second year in command of an offense he expects to be a lot better than 15th in the NFL.
The Bengals scouting party strikes out for Mobile, Ala., and the Reese’s Senior Bowl Monday to monitor the practice week before next Saturday’s game (4 p.m.-NFL Network) and it has plenty on its wish list. Depth at linebacker figures to be on it.
The Bengals Defensive Player of the Year took more than twice his total number of snaps in his NFL career during the 2014 season. It’s not the way they drew it up, but he helped their decimated linebacker corps still make it to the postseason.
Defensive tackle Geno Atkins entered Bengals royalty Friday when he was named to next week’s Pro Bowl in place of Detroit’s injured Ndamukong Suh.
Even with rookie running back Jeremy Hill ensconced as Offensive Player of the Year, it didn’t take Bengals.com long to find a Rookie of the Year. In fact, two of them are waiting in the wings.
The first Bengal to ever have three rushes of at least 60 yards in the same season could have been Most Valuable Player. He could have been Rookie of the Year. Even the Good Guy of the Year, if we had one. But we gave him Offensive Player of the Year.
Bengals.com is devoting this week to honoring the best in Bengaldom this past season: MVP, Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year, Rookie of the Year, Comeback Player of the Year, and Assistant Coach of the Year
The Bengals signed free agent safety Shiloh Keo, a veteran of 42 NFL games, to a Reserve/Future contract on Saturday, which means he’ll join them the day after the Super Bowl on Feb. 2
The Bengals college scouts changed their approach this past fall in an effort to be more efficient preparing for this month's college all-star games and the ensuing draft.
Dan Hoard, Voice of the Bengals on the team’s radio network, has been named Ohio Sportscaster of the Year by a group of his peers, winning the award from the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association & Hall of Fame (NSSA).
Audrey Lee Pelster, a middle-school student from Burlington, Ky., has earned a spot in this Saturday’s NFL Punt, Pass & Kick National Finals.
They have to fix the pass rush, they have to find some linebackers, they have to re-stock their depth at wide receiver, they need more from their best players on offense, and they’re going to say good-bye to some valued veterans. But they already have a haul of proven players coming out of their training room bidding for Comeback Player of the Year.
It looks like Dre Kirkpatrick could be ready to contend for a starting role at cornerback...Dalton is set at No. 1 QB and Campbell may be at No. 2 if Jackson stays...PBS looking good...
Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis had his eye on the future Monday in the wake of his sixth straight play-off loss on Sunday and bristled a bit when asked if he was excited about another chance to coach next season while others may not have been given that opportunity.
INDIANAPOLIS - All you need to know about this one is the Bengals got their biggest play from a transplanted running back playing wide receiver in their 26-10 loss to the Colts in yet another AFC Wild Card Game at Lucas Oil Stadium.
INDIANAPOLIS - Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis, who watched his post-season record dip to 0-6, said he’ll be back next year.
INDIANAPOLIS - If you saw the Bengals’ 27-0 loss here back on Oct. 19, you saw what transpired in the second half of Sunday’s painful 26-10 loss to the Colts that made it the fourth straight year they’ve lost an AFC Wild Card Game.
As all of Bengaldom feared, four-time Pro Bowl wide receiver A.J. Green has been ruled out of Sunday’s Wild Card game in Indianapolis (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12) because of a concussion he received last Sunday night in Pittsburgh.
A.J. Green sits down with NFL Media's Daniel Jeremiah and discusses what it is like playing against Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman and New England Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis.
Jeremy Hill grades his rookie season and meets former Bengals running back Ickey Woods to learn how to properly do the Ickey Shuffle.
NFL Network Draft analysts Mike Mayock and Charles Davis discuss some standout offensive linemen who have made significant improvements into Day 3 of the Senior Bowl.