Quick Hits: Brandon 'I'm Going To Break One Soon' Wilson Returns To Top; Rush Stymies Pass Rush; Higgins Off First Tee
Photo Gallery | Bengals-Eagles Through The Years
View some of the best images from the Bengals-Eagles series. Who Dey!
Bengals Sign G Alex Redmond To Practice Squad
New Defensive Leaders Take A Stand To Re-Group Bengals
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.
Bengals Sign Mason Schreck To Roster, Place C.J. Uzomah On Reserve/Injured
The Bengals signed TE Mason Schreck from the practice squad, and placed TE C.J. Uzomah on the Reserve/Injured list. Schreck (6-5, 252), a third-year player out of the University of Buffalo, originally was a seventh-round draft pick of the Bengals in 2017.
What Zac Taylor, Joe Burrow and the Bengals Said After Week 2 Against The Browns
Bengals head coach Zac Taylor, quarterback Joe Burrow, defensive tackle D.J. Reader, cornerback William Jackson III and wide receiver Tyler Boyd discussed the team's performance in Week 2 versus the Cleveland Browns.
Week In Review: Optimism Surrounds Burrow
In the latest "Week In Review," the Bengals suffer two close losses to open the 2020 season, but have a lot of optimism surrounding quarterback Joe Burrow. Also, in-depth analysis and highlights from the first two games, a feature on Pro Football Hall of Famer Bill Willis and how he connected with Paul Brown to help break the color barrier and defensive tackle Geno Atkins makes a significant donation to the Freestore Foodbank.
Reader: 'That Can't Happen,' As Browns Bury Bengals On Ground
You've got to remember. In the 62 games Bengals nose tackle D.J. Reader played for the Texans before coming over here, his proud and perennial playoff Texans defense had allowed more than 200 yards rushing just twice. And not until the last month of last season. So when the Browns put 215 yards on the Bengals in Thursday night's 35-30 uneasy loss, Reader didn't take it too well.
Browns, Clock Run Out On Bengals, 35-30
Bengals rookie quarterback Joe Burrow, on his way to three touchdown passes in his first prime-time game, swashbuckled his team back into the game with 5:55 left. But on the ensuing possession the Browns never had to throw it and used the 1-2 ground punch of Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt to gash the Cincinnati defense for 75 yards and a touchdown on six carries to put away the 35-30 victory.