Countdown To Training Camp: By The Numbers

The Bengals days are numbered as they head into training camp. Numbers such as:

1 - Pro Bowl selections needed by wide receiver A.J. Green and defensive tackle Geno Atkins for eight in their careers, second in Bengals history only to Hall of Fame left tackle Anthony Munoz’s 11.

4 - Touchdown catches Green needs for 67 in his career to pass Chad Johnson as the Bengals’ record-holder among receivers.

8 - Touchdowns Green needs for 71 in his career, passing Pete Johnson for No. 1 in team history.

10 - Touchdown passes quarterback Andy Dalton needs for 198 in his career, passing Ken Anderson as the Bengals’ all-time leader.

11 - Punt returns wide receiver Alex Erickson needs to pass Tommy Casanova (91) and tie Adam Jones (98) in fourth place on the Bengals all-time list.

11.5 - Sacks left end Carlos Dunlap needs for 84 in his career, passing Eddie Edwards’ all-time Bengals record of 83.5

12 - Touchdown passes Dalton needs for 200 in his career, which will probably make him the 12th active QB to hit the milestone. There are nine ranging from Drew Brees’ 520 to Joe Flacco’s 212 with Russell Wilson (196), Alex Smith (193) and Ryan Fitzpatrick (190) looming.

12 - Games needed by Kevin Huber for 170 in his career, one more than Lee Johnson for the most games played by a Bengals punter and tying Edwards for the ninth most games played in Bengals history.

13 - Sacks defensive tackle Geno Atkins needs for 84 in his career and to pass Edwards.

15 - Games Dalton needs for 135 in his career, one more than Boomer Esiason for the second most games played by Bengals quarterback behind only Anderson’s 197.

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16 - Games Atkins needs for 153 in his career, one more than Robert Geathers and moving him into fourth place on the team’s defensive line list for most games played behind Tim Krumrie (188), Domata Peko (171) and Edwards (170).

32 - Punts Kevin Huber needs to become the seventh active punter with 800 in his career, joining Andy Lee (1,229), Donnie Jones (1,157), Dustin Colquitt (10,076), Sam Koch (1,006), Jon Ryan (914), and Brett Kern (834). 

100 - Punt return yards Erickson needs to pass Casanova (784) into fifth place on the all-time Bengals list.

440 - Kick return yards Erickson needs to pass Glenn Holt (2,961) into third place on the all-time Bengals list behind Tremain Mack (3,583) and Brandon Tate (3,517)

1,000 - Yards running back Joe Mixon needs to become the first Bengals’ back-to-back 1,000-yard rusher since Cedric Benson hit it in 2010 and 2011

1,093 - Receiving yards Green needs in his career to join Chad (10,783) as the only receivers in Bengals history with 10,000 yards and the sixth active wide receiver to hit the number in a group that includes Larry Fitzgerald (16,279), Brandon Marshall (12,351), Antonio Brown (11,207), Julio Jones (10,731) and DeSean Jackson (10,261).

1,295 - Yards Mixon needs to have the most yards rushing in back-to-back Bengals season since Benson went for 2,362 in 2009 and 2010.

About Training Camp

Bengals fans will have numerous opportunities to watch Taylor’s first public practices as Bengals Training Camp, presented by Fifth Third Bank, kicks off on Saturday, July 27 at Welcome Stadium in Dayton. The team will hold a series of open practices in Cincinnati from July 28-Aug. 12.

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