Week In Review: Receivers Ready To Roll
With wide receiver John Ross being placed on the Reserve/Injured list and A.J. Green still out with an ankle injury, the young Bengals receivers will need to step up. Their next opportunity will be on Sunday as the Bengals host the Arizona Cardinals at 1 p.m.
Matchup Of The Game: No. 1 Priority
The Bengals defense versus Kyler Murray. It's been less than a year since the NFL's overall No. 1 pick came into Paul Brown Stadium and on Sunday the Bengals are determined not to let Murray do what Cleveland's Baker Mayfield did to a defense that is playing better than that one.
Game Preview: Cardinals at Bengals
Both teams will be attempting to shake off disappointing Week 4 losses and find the win column for the first time this season.
Taylor Made Takes: A New Opportunity This Week
Geoff Hobson sat down with head coach Zac Taylor to talk about Sunday's Paul Brown Stadium matchup against another rookie head coach in Arizona's Kliff Kingsbury and how he can get that cherished first victory against a guy he considers a good friend.
The Best Is Yet To Come For Hubbard
After a rookie season that saw the Bengals end with a 6-10 record and a coaching change, defensive end Sam Hubbard vowed that there would be no offseason for him. He went straight into training for what he knew would be a pivotal time in his career.
Check out the best images from Thursday's practice as the Bengals prepare for Week 5 against the Arizona Cardinals.
Other Noteworthy Items
- Quick Hits: Flipping Long-Ago TD Into Teaching Moment and offense seeks ID; WRs hit again; three DL return to work.
- Watch GEICO Locker Room interviews with QB Andy Dalton, DE Sam Hubbard, G Trey Hopkins, CB Dre Kirkpatrick, LB Preston Brown and WR Tyler Boyd previewing the Cardinals contest.
- The Bengals signed WR Trenton Irwin to the practice squad.
- G Alex Redmond was granted by the NFL a roster exemption for up to one week.