Week In Review: Well Aware
Even though the Bengals didn't get an extension by 4 p.m. Wednesday with wide receiver A.J. Green, designated their franchise free agent back in March, there are still hopes to strike a long-term deal after the season and that he'll report with rest of the vets to sign his one-year tender offer of $18 million.
Plenty Of Attention From Voters in Grinding Hall of Fame Process
Odds are both the late Ken Riley and his 1981 Super Bowl Bengals teammate Ken Anderson are making a trip to Canton next month in a field of 15 Pro Football Hall of Fame senior candidates. Certainly at least one of them. And evidence suggests they are not traveling incognito to the voters.
Take a look at photos from the Bengals 1988 season leading up to Super Bowl XXIII.
Bengals Booth Podcast: Future Looks Good
It's the "The Future Looks Good" edition of the Bengals Booth Podcast as you'll hear from NFL analyst Cian Fahey about building a contender with Joe Burrow at quarterback. Broadcaster Dan Hoard will also talk to Bengals center Trey Hopkins. Listen to the podcast with the link above.