Week In Review: Boyd Back In The Fold
The news came out of Tuesday's training camp media luncheon at Paul Brown Stadium and validates Boyd's emergence as A.J. Green's running mate at receiver. With Green sidelined for half of 2018 with a big toe injury, Boyd responded with his first 1,000-yard season.
Another Improbable Conversion For Boyd
Boyd, who has made a lucrative career of melting the longest of chains into first downs, did it again this week inking a four-year extension. Raised in the third-and-10 violence and vicissitudes haunting the Monongahela River town of Clairton, Pa., Boyd has always kept his drive going.
Bengals Open Training Camp In Dayton On Saturday
Bengals Training Camp, presented by Fifth Third Bank, kicks off this Saturday at Welcome Stadium in Dayton. Gates at Welcome Stadium open at 1:30 p.m. and admission is free at the 11,000-seat stadium. Players and coaches will start taking the field shortly after 2 p.m. with practice scheduled to begin at 2:30 p.m. At the conclusion of practice (estimated 3:30 p.m.), players will be available for an autograph session.
Return of Andre
With their revamped offense under new age head coach Zac Taylor coping with injures up front, the Bengals went retro in their first attempt to find a back-up tackle. Ten years after they took him in the first round, Andre Smith re-joined the Bengals for a fourth time.
View some of the best images from Bengals President Mike Brown, Director of Player Personnel Duke Tobin, Head Coach Zac Taylor, Defensive Coordinator Lou Anarumo, Offensive Coordinator Brian Callahan and Special Teams Coordinator Darrin Simmons as they meet with the media before the start of training camp.
Countdown To Training Camp: Star-Studded Quarterbacks
The Bengals 2019 home schedule features a slate of high caliber quarterbacks that are visiting Paul Brown Stadium. Not since the 2013 season when the Bengals beat Ben Roethlisberger, Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady in their first three home games have the Bengals faced such star-studded group of opposing quarterbacks.
Atkins Voted No. 79 on NFL Top 100 List
Defensive tackle Geno Atkins was named to the NFL Top 100 list for the sixth time, coming in at number 79 this year. The 2010 fourth-round draft pick was featured on Wednesday night's episode of "The Top 100 Players of 2019," which unveiled players ranked Nos. 80-71.
Other Noteworthy Items
- Watch video from the Bengals Pre-Season Media Luncheon with President Mike Brown, Head Coach Zac Taylor, Director of Player Personnel Duke Tobin, Defensive Coordinator Lou Anarumo and Special Teams Coordinator Darrin Simmons.
- The team made a few roster moves prior to the start of training camp.
- The offensive line could see more additions as the team approaches the 2019 regular season.
- Photo galleries of Boyd signing his contract, a look at his best images and training camp over the years.
- Jungle Pass is on sale and moving fast. The $200 mobile-only Jungle Pass includes tickets to 10 Bengals games, eight in the regular season and two in the preseason.