With rookies, first-year players, rehabbers, and quarterbacks gathering to meet Tuesday in front of Friday's first training camp practice, Andy Dalton gets some love from an all-time Bengal.
Pure speculation. But a week out from training camp, here is one man’s opinion on the best roster battles, bubbles and brouhahas as they head into that Sept.3 preseason finale in Indianapolis.
With training camp nine days away, readers are in a three-point stance looking to get the season snapped. A few morsels, ranging from Bengals greats then (the two Kennys) and now (A.J. Green).
The Cincinnati heat melted the words in Pops' mouth this past weekend when the former Taft High School head coach called up the 65 campers or so at the end of the second annual Marcus Martin Youth Fundamental Football Camp at Woodward High School. “Who can tell me what Marcus is about? What he stands for?” Martin asks because he told them back when the camp started three hours ago.
As the father of three young sons, it seems appropriate that Marvin Jones cites a comic book character to describe his ability to make tough catches for touchdowns.
Bengals players show their Cincinnati pride by congratulation the Red's Todd Frazier, winner of the 2015 MLB Home Run Derby. #TeamCincinnati
Head Athletic Trainer Paul Sparling selected to be inducted into "Wilmington College Athletics Hall of Fame" for 2015
Defensive end Will Clarke the former West Virginia standout caught the eyes of his teammates by arriving with nearly 20 pounds of added muscle.
Football season starts anew on Friday, July 31, when the Cincinnati Bengals open training camp and begin working toward a fifth straight playoff appearance.
The re-signing of Michael Johnson gives the Bengals virtually the same cast of characters they had in the Who Dey heyday of a few years ago.
It's been 40 years since Paul Brown last coached a game. But his one and only strength coach, Kim Wood, shows how his old boss has never gone out of style.
Now a timeout from all the hate and the madness. Time for a few snaps of charity and a couple of downs of hope from Bengals right end Michael Johnson as he continues his rush to make a difference. So step right into the Michael D. Johnson Technology Center in his hometown of Selma, Ala.
From 1 to slightly more than 1,000 in a numbers game gone wild as we offer Bengaldom a rash of digits to peruse for the upcoming season. Andy Dalton eyes Johnny Unitas, A.J. Green chases down Isaac Curtis, Leon Hall tries to jump over Leapin’ Lemar Parrish, and Andrew Whitworth and Domata Peko (above) close in on the ironmen.
The Bengals signed former Ravens QB Keith Wenning Wednesday in an effort to find a young, developmental quarterback...William and Mary is an unlikely NFL pipeline, but the Bengals have two of the school's 10 NFL coaches and scouts on staff...
Single-game tickets for the Bengals’ home games in 2015 (including preseason) will be available beginning Sat., June 27.
Last year while fellow 2014 first round draft picks Odell Beckham Jr., Mike Evans, and C.J. Mosley were playing starring roles as rookies, Darqueze Dennard mostly watched and waited.
After helping coach his old team during six practices in the last two weeks as an intern, T.J. Houshmandzadeh says this offense can surpass the numbers of his 2005 group that pulled off a brazen assault on the club record book.
Thursday’s release of quarterback Terrelle Pryor a few hours after the Bengals ended their spring workouts seems to reflect their comfort level with AJ McCarron as Andy Dalton’s backup.
Not a good day for the offense and the quarterbacks and a good day for the defense Wednesday in the second day of mandatory minicamp. But don’t tell that to Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson.
There aren’t many days in Devon Still’s life that could have been any better than Tuesday. He returned to the team for the first time this offseason with news that his daughter’s treatment for complications in her liver from chemotherapy is working and 5-year-old Leah’s seven-week hospital stay in Philadelphia could be over in a matter of days.
A grateful Devon Still returned Tuesday when the Bengals opened their mandatory minicamp. But not because it was mandatory. He returned to work because 5-year-old daughter Leah has made a significant turn for the better in the battle for her health.
As the Bengals head into their three-day mandatory minicamp Tuesday, the best news is their best players are looking the way they should after nine voluntary workouts over the last three weeks. Wide receiver A.J. Green and defensive tackle Geno Atkins, with seven Pro Bowls between them, have looked sharp during the media sessions and have reportedly carried it off in other practices as well. Same with quarterback Andy Dalton.
When the Bengals finish off their spring session in next week’s June 16-18 mandatory minicamp, they’ll have all nine draft picks in the fold after Cedric Ogbuehi inked on Thursday.
Mike Zimmer loved how Darqueze Dennard compared to Leon Hall. Now The Kid and The Veteran are having nice springs as Dennard tries to learn his craft from a fellow competitor with always something to prove.
Bengals defensive line coach Jay Hayes is vying for an eight-man rotation. It already looks like he has seven with the five starters (consider all-everything end-tackle Wallace Gilberry a No. 1) backed up by tackle Brandon Thompson and right end Will Clarke.
The return to form of Pro Bowl defensive tackle Geno Atkins and the emergence of backup right end Will Clarke has defensive coordinator Paul Guenther enthused. It mirrors his optimism in new-found depth that was missing last year.
Left tackle Andrew Whitworth is one of the four Bengals left from wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh’s run in Cincinnati and he’s happy to see him coaching here for the next two weeks for a variety of reasons.
Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson has made no bones this offseason about looking to extend his unit’s mean streak and has been looking to light some competitive fires along the way. He decided to bring in a guest lecturer for the next two weeks to help deliver his point home when T.J. Houshmandzadeh signed up for one of the club’s four Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowships.
Zeitler’s diligence was on display on Tuesday at the only Bengals’ practice this week that was open to reporters. After the team finished practicing, the 25-year-old stayed on the field with Alexander for nearly 30 minutes to do additional drills.
Bengals.com caught up with Josh Hutcherson at the All-Star All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game. He had a special message to share with the fans. WHO DEY!