Learn To Play With YMCA of Greater Cincinnati
Continuing to show how we are Better Together, the Bengals have teamed up again with Fifth Third Bank to power a series of Learn and Play initiatives being brought to life by YMCA of Greater Cincinnati to keep kids moving during out of school time. The Bengals strength & conditioning coaches and two players, Giovani Bernard & C.J. Uzomah, led over 10 locations of YMCA Afterschool and Cincinnati Recreation Commission youth in fun drills to strengthen spirit, mind and body. Bernard and Uzomah stuck around for a question and answer session after the workout with kids on the broadcast.
BlaCk OWned Outerwear | Product Lookbook
View some of the limited-edition apparel from the "Stripes Don't Come Easy" product line.
2020 WHO DEY Cutouts Photo Gallery | Fan Favorites
Unable to host fans at their home opener Sunday against the L.A. Chargers, the Bengals ran a fan cutout program to get fans' pictures into seats at Paul Brown Stadium. The team views the program as a success as it raised over $34,000 for six of the Bengals' longstanding community partners and filled the designated endzone sections in the stadium.
Photo Gallery | March To The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
Images from the Bengals as players, coaches and ownership as they joined together for a statement about social justice.
Juneteenth Commemorative Flag Raising
The Bengals participated in events commemorating Juneteenth at Cincinnati City Hall on Friday, June 19. The Juneteenth flag, a symbolic representation of the end of slavery in the United States, was raised over Cincinnati City Hall. Juneteenth marks the day on June 19, 1865, that Union soldiers told enslaved African Americans in Galveston, Texas, that the Civil War had ended and they were free. The Emancipation Proclamation freed the slaves in the South in 1863 but it was not enforced in many places until after the end of the Civil War in 1865.
Photo Gallery: Harrison High School Field Dedication
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.
A.J. Green, Bengals Tackle Hunger at Freestore Foodbank
Bengals WR A.J. Green was on hand Thursday, Jan. 23 to present his team's donation at the Freestore Foodbank's Mayerson Distribution Center. Campbell's Chunky® soup is donating more than 50,000 bowls of soup to the Freestore Foodbank, as part of the "Tackle Hunger" program, a partnership between Campbell Soup Company and the Bengals.
Bengals Visit Families At Good Samaritan Hospital
Bengals players and the Ben-Gals Cheerleaders spread holiday cheer by visiting newborns & their families at TriHealth Good Samaritan Hospital.
Tight End CJ Uzomah, Ben-Gals and Who Dey joined the American Dairy Association on Tuesday, Dec. 10 to present Winton Woods City School District with the Hometown Grant! Winton Woods expanded their breakfast options for all students with help from the Hometown Grant.
Photos: My Cause, My Cleats 2019
During Week 14, Bengals players will have the opportunity to showcase their chosen charitable cause on their game cleats. See what they will wear.
Play 60 Game Entitlement
As part of the Play 60 game on Nov. 24, American Dairy Association hosted a group of 16 Fuel Up to Play 60 Student Ambassadors at the stadium. The students enjoyed pre-game warm-ups from the field, formed a fan tunnel for player intros and stood with players during the National Anthem. One lucky student also delivered the game ball!
Bengals Play60 With Hughes High School
The Bengals welcomed students from Hughes High School for a Play60 event at Paul Brown Stadium.
Bengals Play60 With Oyler and Roberts Academy
The Bengals welcomed students from Oyler and Roberts Academy for a Play60 event at Paul Brown Stadium.
Bengals Play60 With Hamilton City Schools
The Bengals hosted kids from Hamilton City Schools for a PLAY60 field day sponsored by Cincinnati Childrens at Paul Brown Stadium. Bengals players, staff and Cincinnati Childrens volunteers led students in physical activity stations.
Bengals Play 60 With Rockdale Academy & South Avondale Elementary
The Bengals hosted kids from Rockdale Academy & South Avondale Elementary for a PLAY 60 field day sponsored by Cincinnati Childrens at Paul Brown Stadium. Bengals players, staff and Cincinnati Childrens volunteers led students in physical activity stations.
Bengals Play 60 With Holmes Middle School
The Bengals hosted kids from Holmes Middle School for a PLAY 60 field day sponsored by Cincinnati Childrens at Paul Brown Stadium. Bengals players, staff and Cincinnati Childrens volunteers led students in physical activity stations.
Gallery: NFL Huddle For 100
Bengals players teamed up with the City of Cincinnati to Huddle For 100 and Give One for Cincy. C.J. Uzomah, Kerry Wynn, Randy Bullock, Mason Schreck, Jordan Franks, Hardy Nickerson and Moritz Böhringer worked with Park Board staff to remove invasive plants from Inwood Park to help kick off National Day of Service events in conjunction with Cincinnati Cares.
Fuel Up to Play 60 Summit
The 2019 Fuel Up to Play 60 National Student Ambassador Summit was held in Cleveland, OH at Case Western University Tuesday, July 16th through Friday, July 19th,2019. The Summit brought together approximately 200 students and 150 educators from 45 states to spend four days exchanging ideas, getting inspired, while also receiving leadership and communications training experiences from experts, NFL Players and business leaders.
Character Playbook: Lunch And Learn
The Bengals hosted East Clinton Middle School to discuss how to deal with harassment and conflict resolution as part of the United Way and NFL's Character Playbook program.
Bengals Rookies at the Ronald McDonald House
The 2019 Bengals rookies enjoy a visit with the children of the Ronald McDonald House of Greater Cincinnati.
Andy & JJ Dalton Foundation: Day At Kings Island
King for a Day is one of five programs hosted by the Andy & JJ Dalton Foundation as it works to provide opportunities, support and resources to seriously ill and physically challenged children and their families.
Dennard Difference Foundation Home Project
Thanks to Bengals cornerback Darqueze Dennard's foundation the "Dennard Difference," multiple organizations worked together over the course of 18 months to build a home for a family with nine children in Cheviot, Ohio.
Legends: Past and Present Fundraiser Gallery
More than $100,000 was raised for the Andy & JJ Dalton Foundation and Ken Anderson Alliance through Legends: Past and Present.
Bengals & Campbell's Tackle Local Hunger at Freestore Foodbank
The Bengals partnered with Campbell's and joined the Wyoming High School football team at the Freestore Foodbank to tackle local hunger.
The Perfect Snacks Packed With Protein
Bengals Team Dietitian Erin Krazter and tight end C.J. Uzomah explain some of the perfect snacks packed with protein.
Chocolate Milk For Recovery
Bengals Team Dietitian Erin Krazter and tight end C.J. Uzomah talk about why chocolate milk is perfect drink for recovery from a workout.
Be Sure You Get A Healthy Breakfast
Bengals Team Dietitian Erin Krazter and tight end C.J. Uzomah talk about the importance of a healthy breakfast to start the day.
The Hillman Group | Make A Difference
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Community Spotlight: MORTAR Academy Program | Cincinnati Bengals
Thanks to the Bengals Positive Community Impact Committee's donation, 10 aspiring minority entrepreneurs in the Cincinnati community participated in MORTAR's Academy Program.
Fifth Third Bank and the Bengals Learn & Play with YMCA
Continuing to show how we are Better Together, Fifth Third Bank and the Bengals teamed up again to power a series of Learn and Play initiatives being brought to life by YMCA of Greater Cincinnati to keep kids moving during out of school time. The Bengals strength & conditioning coaches and two players, Giovani Bernard & CJ Uzomah, led over 10 locations of YMCA Afterschool and Cincinnati Recreation Commission youth in fun drills to strengthen spirit, mind and body. Gio & CJ stuck around for a question and answer session after the workout with kids on the broadcast.
Community Spotlight | United Way
The Bengals and the United Way of Greater Cincinnati have teamed up numerous times to help families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Geno Atkins | Cincinnati Bengals 2020 Walter Payton Man of the Year Nominee
Considered the league's most prestigious honor, the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award recognizes an NFL player for outstanding community service activities off the field, as well as excellence on the field.
Bengals X BlaCk OWned | Stripes Don't Come Easy
Together, we are dedicated to building better communities. We are unified and ready to put work in, knowing that stripes don't come easy. Thank you for joining The Team.
Community Spotlight | Freedom Center
The Freedom Center launched their Implicit Bias Initiative thanks to the PCIC.
Bengals Salute To Service 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.
Bengals and United Way Raise over $150,000 to help families during the COVID-19 Pandemic
As we navigate through the covid-19 pandemic, the Bengals and the NFL are doing their part to help those in need. Since the NFL Draft-a-Thon in April, over $150,000 has been raised for the United Way of Greater Cincinnati, so they can help and provide assistance to those who need it the most.
It Takes All Of Us | Cincinnati Bengals Crucial Catch 2020
Cincinnati Bengals host the Cleveland Browns for the 'Crucial Catch: Intercept Cancer' awareness game on Sunday, October 25, 2020.
Paint Cincy Pink
Pink for hope. Pink for unity. Pink for awareness, support & action. TriHealth and Cincinnati came together to Paint Cincy Pink.
$70,000 Donated to Activities Beyond the Classroom
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.
Geno Atkins donates $100K to the Freestore Foodbank fund amid COVID-19
Cincinnati Bengals defensice tackle Geno Atkins donates $100K to the Freestore Foodbank fund amid COVID-19.
Unifying Call to Action 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.
Wyoming's Aaron Hancock Named Paul Brown Coaching Award Recipient
Aaron Hancock, the head football coach at Wyoming High School who last season led the Cowboys to a Division IV state final four appearance, was named today 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 $7,500 Bengals donation to Wyoming High School's athletic department.
Muñoz describes involvement in Victory Beyond Competition campaign
Hall of Fame offensive tackle Anthony Muñoz joins "NFL Now" to talk about expectations for Cincinnati Bengals rookie quarterback Joe Burrow, wide receiver A.J. Green, the Victory Beyond Competition campaign and more.
Joe Burrow Announces Fund To Fight Hunger In Southeastern Ohio
Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow is honored to partner and support the Athens County Food Pantry & Foundation for Appalachian Ohio in conjunction with the Joe Burrow Hunger Relief Fund.
Bengals & NFL Donate $250,000 to Harrison High School for New Turf 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. The new game field, along with a practice field that is also being built, will allow for more football games and practices, as well as other sporting events and community usage.
Fifth Third Bank Teamed Up With the Bengals To Help Pay Off Student Loan Debt
During the 2019 season Fifth Third Bank teamed up with the Bengals to help pay off student loan debt. Every time the Bengals offense had a drive of at least 53 yards, Fifth Third added $530 to a grand prize sweepstakes. At the end of the season, the Bengals had 46 drives of at least 53 yards which means, Bengals Banking customer, Tony, won over $28,000 to pay down his student loan debt. To learn more about becoming a Bengals Banking customer, visit 53.com/Bengals.
Bengals Play60 Event in London
The Bengals participated in the NFL Academy Play60 event over in London.