Week In Review: A.J. Green Looks For A Big 2020

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Week In Review: A.J. Green Looks For A Big 2020

A.J. Green officially began the Age of A.J. & Joe when he signed the franchise tender to secure his statesman's place in new franchise quarterback Joe Burrow's first training camp. Green signed a one-year deal for nearly $18 million that the Bengals hope is a pre-cursor to a longer, career-ending deal that can't be negotiated until after the season.

Green Again Leads A Bengals Overhaul

Fast forward from the Lockout of 2011 to the Lockdown of 2020. A.J. Green, on his first career media Zoom call, has a lock on everything in between after signing his $18 million franchise tender.

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Can The 2020 Burrow Bengals Replicate The 2011 Lockout Lads?

The Bengals 2020 season has already been as jaw-dropping as Paul Brown's new striped helmets, as norm-defying as Chad Ocho Cinco's name change, as Wicky Whacky as a Sam Wyche play call. But the '20 Lockdown has nothing on Bengaldom's '11 Lockout season that began nine years ago this week.

First Day For Bengals Rookies Just Like All The Rest: Unsure What's Next

All Bengals rookie linebacker Logan Wilson knows is that on Tuesday he received both an NFL contract and a Covid-19 test. Other than that, Wilson, one of those six new projected third-down starters on defense, isn't sure what's next.

Mixon, Green, Atkins Lead Bengals Madden NFL 21 Ratings

The annual player rankings are out for the Madden NFL 21 video game with running back Joe Mixon, wide receiver A.J. Green and defensive tackle Geno Atkins leading the way for the Bengals.

Take a trip down memory lane to view images from Bengals training camp in years past.

Training Camp Meet And Greet: Defense

The Bengals attacked the offseason with a clear plan to upgrade their defense at every level. A flurry of additions through the draft and free agency, it is possible that the Bengals have at least six new starters on opening day. With training camps scheduled to start July 28, Bengals.com reviews the defense heading into the 2020 season.

Fifth-Rounder Khalid Kareem Hopes To Paint The Edges

Even though Khalid Kareem signed his first NFL contract Thursday, he could paint you a picture why football doesn't define him. In fact, the Bengals rookie defensive end already did in one of his last official acts before leaving Notre Dame in December.

Scotty Washington And His Fellow Undrafteds Try To Find A Way As Chances Shrink

Bengals rookie wide receiver Anthony "Scotty" Washington, named after his father and nicknamed by his older sister, is trying to make a name in the NFL under the most trying of happenstances. Namely, as a college free agent in the middle of a pandemic.

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