As he prepares for another one of those Wild Wild Card Games Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium against the Ravens (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12), Andrew Whitworth is getting pep talks from his wife and inspiration from Anthony Munoz.
The Bengals this Friday will present a $150,000 NFL Club Matching Field Grant to Harrison (Ohio) High School, for improvements to the Wildcats football stadium and track-and-field complex.
The Bengals’ effort to get the upcoming three-game home stand on local television passed its first test Thursday when the club announced ticket sales for Sunday’s 1 p.m. game against the Ravens at Paul Brown Stadium reached the threshold to clear the game for a live broadcast in the home market on Cincinnati’s Channel 12, Dayton, Ohio’s Channel 7, and Channel 27 in Lexington, Ky.
Week 8 marks the halfway point to the Fantasy Football season for most as the championship game is typically held in Week 16. With half the season gone, it is time for owners to take a look at their rosters and make some tough decisions.
Bengals MLB Vincent Rey vs. Ravens RB Justin Forsett: a no-brainer. The running numbers will be the deciding stat of Sunday’s 1 p.m. game at Paul Brown Stadium against AFC North-leading Baltimore.
It looks like the Bengals are going to avoid a blackout for the first game of the three-game home stand that begins Sunday 1 p.m. at Paul Brown Stadium with the AFC North lead on the line against the Ravens.
A.J. Green didn’t practice Wednesday and instead worked on the rehab field, which still puts him in play for Sunday's 1 p.m. game against the Ravens at Paul Brown Stadium. Green did some running, as well as high-stepping and stretching.
The NFL and The United Way hosted its annual Hometown Huddle Tuesday in the 32 cities and about 50 Bengals and 150 volunteers converged on the Marge Schott-Unnewehr Boys & Girls Club in Covington, Ky., across the river from Paul Brown Stadium.
Andrew Whitworth and Domata Peko are the de facto captains of the offense and defense who have been here since 2006. Their message is simple. At 3-2-1 with ten games left, all is far from lost. But they must regain the fire of September.
INDIANAPOLIS - The Dean has seen it all through 142 Bengals games, the most on a roster trying to right itself after two blow-out losses in the last three weeks on the road to the AFC elite. Robert Geathers acknowledged it’s going to be a challenging week preparing for AFC North leader Baltimore at Paul Brown Stadium next Sunday, but, "We’ve got a good enough of core guys, good veterans. We won’t let it fall apart.”
INDIANAPOLIS - In one of the more mystifying weekly turnarounds in Bengals history, they are trying to figure out how they went from having their best offensive day in seven years last week to getting shut out Sunday on a historically-low 135 yards in the 27-0 loss to the Colts.
INDIANAPOLIS - An undermanned defense and a historically bad offense combined to deliver one of the more complete losses in the Marvin Lewis Era at Lucas Oil Stadium Sunday when the Colts eased to a 27-0 win.
The Bengals today announce that they have partnered with JDL Warm Construction on a comprehensive, multi-million dollar plan to renovate and upgrade most of the players’ space at Paul Brown Stadium.
The Bengals hit the practice field Friday morning with no A.J. Green (toe). Green has been officially classified as doubtful. So now the question isn’t going to be if he plays this Sunday (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12) in Indianapolis, but if he plays next Sunday against the Ravens at Paul Brown Stadium.
The Bengals have to stop Colts quarterback Andrew Luck Sunday (1 p.m.-Cincinnati's-Channel 12) in Indy. It starts with ends Wallace Gilberry and Carlos Dunlap.
No sign of wide receiver A.J. Green (toe) again Thursday on the Paul Brown Stadium turf and he’s looking at being ruled out as early as Friday for Sunday’s game (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12) in Indianapolis, or, at the very least, doubtful.
For the first time in the Green-Dalton Era, the Bengals are in the glare of the NFL spotlight not because of playoff runs and home winning streaks. With word coming down Wednesday that the NFL has fined WILL linebacker Vontaze Burfict $25,000 for ankle twisting Panthers on two different occasions in Sunday’s 37-37 tie at Paul Brown Stadium, their preparatio
Wide receiver A.J. Green may be day-to-day, but for the fourth straight day Wednesday he didn’t practice with his injured big toe and that makes Sunday against the Colts (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12) look like a longshot for him
Sometimes fantasy players wish they could just wake up from the nightmare that has become their team, and be in a reality where their roster didn’t look like an emergency room waiting list.
The Bengals lost their 10-touchdown man for the season Tuesday when they put wide receiver Marvin Jones on season-ending injured reserve, but were able to replace him on the roster with a guy with eight career NFL touchdowns in former Cleveland wide receiver Greg Little
While rookie running back Jeremy Hill paid homage to Ickey Woods Sunday, Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson saluted Sam Wyche with a prolific offense now on pace to join some of the best in franchise history.
The Bengals may not be bringing in any kickers to work out in the wake of Mike Nugent’s struggles the past few weeks, but it’s believed injuries are forcing them to take a look at wide receivers and linebackers.
The next man up for the Bengals turned out to be a cast of thousands as they put up their biggest offensive day in seven years without their starting wide receivers during Sunday’s 37-37 slugfest with the Panthers at Paul Brown Stadium.
The ending, so stunning, so maddening, so draining, so downright odd, it left the Bengals with a 37-37 tie that should have been a win, felt like a loss, and somehow kept them in first place in the AFC North with the awkward but top record of 3-1-1.
Before the media descended in the Bengals locker room, kicker Mike Nugent’s teammates gathered around him like loved ones at a wake as they all reeled from his missed 36-yard field goal at the overtime gun that would have given the Bengals a 40-37 victory instead of Sunday’s 37-37 tie with Carolina at stunned Paul Brown Stadium.
The Bengals’ defense built the franchise record of 11 straight home victories, but Carolina and remarkable quarterback Cam Newton shattered it with a mind-blowing 37-37 tie when Cincinnati kicker Mike Nugent pushed a 36-yard field goal wide right at the overtime gun in one of the wilder Paul Brown Stadium games ever.
The Bengals.com Media Roundtable has certainly rebounded. A week after going with the Bengals in New England, The Table goes for Cincinnati in a sweep even though the hosts aren’t expected to have three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver A.J. Green.
Wide receiver A.J. Green emerged from the locker room Friday morning wearing a boot on his foot and a frown on his face, an all but certain sign the 3-1 Bengals are going to be without their three-time Pro Bowler for Sunday’s game at Paul Brown Stadium (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 19) against the 3-2 Panthers.