Cincinnati Bengals Community
Second Wind: Bengals Honor Healthcare Heroes
"It's been confusing and frustrating. It's tough," says Patrick Clausen of the chameleon killer known as COVID. "It's such a weird virus … It's completely opposite of what should be going on." But Clausen turned up on the right side of things Wednesday. He's one of 11 employees from TriHealth, the Bengals' official health care partner, who received recognition for his work in the pandemic and won an at-home viewing package from Bose and a virtual meet-and-greet with Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow.
Sam Hubbard's Season Of Trial Gets A Lift
Bengals defensive end Sam Hubbard is much relieved this week and certainly not because of Monday night's task of slowing down Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's split-second releases. Relief has come from the tip of a needle since Amy Hubbard received the first of her two COVID-19 vaccines. His mother is living the headlines on the front lines as University Hospital's nursing supervisor and they've spent the season separated but in touch.
Bengals And The Salvation Army Find A Way This Holiday Season
Despite 2020's challenges, the Bengals and The Salvation Army continue to team up this holiday season.
Atkins Puts The Heat On COVID-19 As Part Of His Community Endeavors
Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins has built his Hall-of-Fame career on sacking quarterbacks. This year he has also put heat on COVID-19 as part of his community endeavors that earned him the Bengals nomination for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award.
BlaCk OWned, Bengals Team Up To Earn Their Stripes
Cincinnati native entrepreneur Means Cameron and the Bengals have partnered up to urge unity in their community.
Geno Atkins Named Week 12 NFLPA Community MVP
For the third straight year, Geno Atkins earned NFLPA Community MVP honors following his annual "Atkins Week of Giving," which helped out more than 800 people in his team city.
Bengals Players Give Back This Thanksgiving Season
Despite the pandemic, one of the great Thanksgiving traditions continues as Bengals players gave back to their communities.
Service Member Salute: A Thanksgiving Surprise
During the month of November, the Bengals highlight the Salute to Service campaign, a year-round effort to Honor, Empower, and Connect our nation's service members, veterans, and their families. We appreciate and are grateful for the service and sacrifice service members make.
Shawn Williams Earns The NFLPA's Community MVP award for Week 7
Bengals safety Shawn Williams delivered $100,000 worth of Chromebooks to high school students and their families in Blakely, Ga.
SEIZE THE DEY and Save a Life: Bengals Week at Hoxworth Blood Center
Blood donors who give at a Hoxworth Neighborhood Donor Center from Sunday, Sept. 27 through Saturday, Oct. 3 will receive an exclusive SEIZE THE DEY t-shirt.
Bengals Donate $70,000 To Help Provide Mentorship and Resources to Student-Athletes
The Bengals donated $70,000 to Activities Beyond the Classroom to fund the Academic & Athletic Accountability Pathway (AAA Pathway) program for the 2020-2021 school year. Since 2018, the Bengals have donated a total of $130,000 to support the program, which provides mentorship and resources to student-athletes throughout CPS high schools.
Bengals Fan Cutouts Raise $34,000 For Local Charities
The successful program raised more than $34,000 for six of the Bengals' longstanding community partners and filled the designated end zone sections in the stadium.
Statement From The Cincinnati Bengals
Cincinnati Bengals players, coaches, ownership and staff marched from Paul Brown Stadium to the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center to deliver an important team message. "As this country continues to see instances of racial discrimination and injustices, it is time for us to act. Together, as a unified front, we must identify, address and ultimately end those practices and policies that would deny liberty and justice to all, regardless of race, religion, or creed. It is time for us all to take a stand!"
Aaron Hancock of Wyoming High School Wins Paul Brown Coaching Award
Aaron Hancock, the head football coach at Wyoming High School who last season led the Cowboys to a Division IV state runner-up finish, was named as the 2019 season winner of the Paul Brown Excellence in Coaching Award. The award has been given annually by the Bengals since 2002. It honors outstanding high school football coaches in the region and includes a $7500 Bengals donation to Wyoming High School's athletic department.
Bengals To Support United Way of Greater Cincinnati During Draft-A-Thon
The Bengals will support United Way of Greater Cincinnati as part of the NFL's Draft-A-Thon, a massive fundraising campaign aimed at raising much-needed funds for COVID-19 relief efforts. A portion of funds raised through the Draft-A-Thon will go directly to United Way of Greater Cincinnati.
Bengals Donate To Eight Foodbanks In Ohio, Indiana And Kentucky
The Bengals are donating $250,000 across eight foodbanks serving Central and Southern Ohio, Southeast Indiana and Kentucky. The donation will allow these foodbanks to provide over 1 million meals to people in more than 120 counties.
Bengals And NFL/LISC Grassroots Program Grant $250,000 For Harrison High School Football Field
The Bengals and the National Football League Foundation Grassroots Program teamed up to contribute $250,000 to Harrison High School to install a new synthetic turf field.
Bengals Help NFL Total 397 Million Minutes Worth of Volunteer Time With "Huddle for 100" Initiative
The Bengals and their fans helped the NFL with its Huddle for 100 initiative after the league announced a total of 397,253,630 volunteer minutes from 1,020,846 volunteers donating their time back to their communities.
Quick Hits: Gio's Story Inspires The Best; Sunnin' Sam Hubbard
The story of Bengals NFL Man of the Year Giovani Bernard inspired another nominee Friday ... Sam Hubbard has moved his off-season home, but he's going to Sunday's Super Bowl with one of his Ohio State buddies making headlines in Cincinnati.
Campbell's Chunky And Bengals Partnership Tackles Local Hunger With Donation of 52,800 Servings of Soup to Cincinnati Foodbank
As part of the hunger relief program, Campbell donated 30 cans of soup for every Bengals defensive tackle during the 2019 regular season. The Bengals finished 2019 with 1076 tackles on defense, and maxed out the donation with two weeks remaining in their season. This year's donation topped last season's (25,000) by 1400 cans.
Carlos Dunlap Up For Microsoft Surface "Anything But Ordinary" Player of the Year Award At NFL Honors, Voted On By Fans
Carlos Dunlap has been selected to represent the Bengals in the award's inaugural year. The Surface "Anything But Ordinary" Player of the Year will be announced alongside the League's most prestigious awards.
Mike's Carwash Donates $54K To Anthony Muñoz Foundation
Mike's Carwash pledged to donate $1 to the Anthony Muñoz Foundation for each Ultimate Wash purchased the day after the Bengals recorded two or more sacks in a game and for each Ultimate Wash purchased on 11 Who Dey Wednesdays.
Geno Atkins Named Week 15 NFLPA Community MVP
Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins has been named Week 15 NFLPA Community MVP for his "Atkins Week of Giving," a seven-day campaign that directly impacted over 350 people in Cincinnati through holiday gifts, donations, dental services and charitable events.
Andy & JJ Dalton Surprise Families With Christmas Trees and Gifts
Bengals Quarterback Andy Dalton and his wife, JJ, surprised 12 children, who are facing various health challenges, and their families with Christmas trees and gifts during a holiday celebration.
Bengals And Freestore Foodbank Host Annual Canned Food Drive This Sunday
The Bengals and Freestore Foodbank are teaming up for the 33rd Annual Canned Food Drive. Canned foods and cash donations will be collected at Paul Brown Stadium this Sunday prior to the Bengals 1 p.m. home game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.