Quick Hits: Brandon 'I'm Going To Break One Soon' Wilson Returns To Top; Rush Stymies Pass Rush; Higgins Off First Tee
Darrin Simmons, the Bengals assistant head coach who is the NFL's longest-tenured special teams coordinator, has been doing this thing for a quarter of a century. So with Brandon Wilson on pace to have the greatest kick return season in NFL history after the first two games.
Bengals Sign G Alex Redmond To Practice Squad
Alex Redmond (6-5, 320), a fourth-year player out of UCLA, originally was a college free agent signee of the Bengals in 2016. He was with Cincinnati through training camp of this year, before being waived on Sept. 6. He has played in 23 career games for the Bengals, with 17 starts.
New Defensive Leaders Take A Stand To Re-Group Bengals
Their three new defenders didn't hide after the Browns hit them up for 215 yards rushing Thursday night. Von Bell, Josh Bynes and D.J. Reader are stand-up guys who know they've been charged to lead their teammates to the next level in ways beyond Xs and Os.
Quick Hits: Uzomah Loss Hits Home; Sample's Turn; Protection Questions; Another Close But No
C.J. Uzomah's loss for the rest of the year is a blow to the locker room...Drew Sample looks ready to step in... Zac Taylor indicates he won't rip up scheme as protection questions persist...Turnovers key to tight wins...Joe Burrow and A.J. Green trying to connect.