Bengals radio analyst Dave Lapham presents a big Christmas Eve show Thursday from noon to 3 p.m. at the Buffalo Wings and Rings in Fairfield, Ohio. The Bengals Pep Rally, broadcast on 1530-AM, features Lapham and Hall of Fame announcer Bob Trumpy, members of the last Bengals team to win in Denver in 1975. At some point Bengals all-time leading passer Ken Anderson, the winning quarterback in that game, and Super Bowl coach Sam Wyche are going to call in to help set up Monday night's game (8:30-Cincinnati's Channel 5 and ESPN) at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
Mixon Holds Second Annual Football Camp
Joe Mixon's football camp was held at his high school in California.
Record sack race underway
Carl Lawson is one of the many guys happy to see voluble and valued veteran left end Carlo Dunlap surface for this week's mandatory minicamp. Lawson, who usually sets up at right end on passing downs, nearly broke Dunlap's rookie sack record last season and he likes the competition. And on Tuesday he offered a challenge to a guy he calls "like an older brother to me."
Bengals 2018 Training Camp Opens Thursday, July 26
Bengals fans will get their first chance to see this year's team up close when Bengals Training Camp, presented by Fifth Third Bank, kicks off on Thursday, July 26.
On Sale Now: Bengals Introduce Jungle Pass
Fans interested in attending every Bengals home game this season have a new option. The $200 mobile-only Jungle Pass includes tickets to 10 Bengals games, eight in the regular season and two in the preseason.
Scrutiny is mandatory for offense
Just the presence of the very large Cordy Glenn at left tackle at Tuesday's start of mandatory minicamp is evidence of the effort to shore up the offense since he arrived via trade for a first-rounder. But the hopes of a little-used role player also reflect how this offense may be changed by as much philosophy as looks. Remember Ryan Hewitt, the forgotten fullback?