Week In Review: Whatever It Takes


Week In Review: Whatever It Takes

The Bengals continue to prepare for their Week 6 matchup against the Baltimore Ravens. When Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com sat down with Zac Taylor this week, there wasn't a yard sale sign to be found, only a focus on winning the AFC North showdown.

A.J. Green Feeling A Return: "I Think I'll Be The Same Guy"

A.J. Green won't play in Baltimore. Maybe the next week against the Jaguars. That looks like his first real shot. If not, Bengals royalty maybe returns the next week after that in Wembley. Right now, he's just happy that on Wednesday he ran at full speed and cut for the first time since injuring his ankle in training camp.

Redmond Brings His Edge To The Edge

As the Bengals search for that complementary game in this uncomplimentary season, they got a lift at Thursday's practice when, first, franchise player A.J. Green practiced for the first time in 44 days in limited fashion. Then, offensive lineman Alex Redmond livened up things because he's looking to win a job and he reminded them what it means to be hungry as threw his weight around at his new position of left tackle.

Bengals To Host Fantennial Weekend Oct. 18-20

The Bengals will celebrate the NFL's 100th season with a series of special events that will bring together fans, players and legends to celebrate the role football plays in uniting and inspiring the community. Fans can enter the "Experience of a Lifetime" contest at Bengals.com/Fantennial for a chance to win a behind-the-scenes trip to travel with the Bengals when the team takes on the Oakland Raiders on Nov. 17.

Bengals Applaud Hamilton County and Hilltop Partnership Enabling Music Venue

Hamilton County and Hilltop announced an innovative partnership to develop additional greenspace on the central riverfront. The agreement allows the music venue to move forward without delay. 

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