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WR TE Career
Green in 2019 looks for a bounce-back season, after being limited by a toe injury (right foot) to just nine games in '18 ... Enters ninth Bengals season ranked second in team history in career receptions (602) and receiving yards (8907); Chad Johnson, who played 10 Bengals seasons, is first in both categories (751 and 10,783) ... Despite injury shortened season in 2018, finished second on team in receptions (46), receiving yards (694) and receiving TDs (six); it was first time in his eight seasons he did not lead team in receptions and receiving yards ... Streak of seven consecutive Pro Bowl nominations to begin career ended in 2018, as he was not selected, but he still stands as the only NFL WR since the 1970 merger to start his career with seven consecutive Pro Bowl nominations ... Seven Pro Bowl selections are tied with DT Geno Atkins for second in Bengals history, behind HOF OT Anthony Munoz (11) ... Has 33 100-yard receiving games, most in Bengals history, and his 10 career games with at least 150 yards and one TD are tied with Raiders WR Antonio Brown for most among active players entering 2019.
Campbell's Chunky And Bengals Partnership Tackles Local Hunger With Donation of 52,800 Servings of Soup to Cincinnati Foodbank
As part of the hunger relief program, Campbell donated 30 cans of soup for every Bengals defensive tackle during the 2019 regular season. The Bengals finished 2019 with 1076 tackles on defense, and maxed out the donation with two weeks remaining in their season. This year's donation topped last season's (25,000) by 1400 cans.
Countdown To Training Camp: Impact Players Returning From Injury
With the Bengals nine days away from the start of training camp, Bengals.com presents a series of articles examining various storylines, position battles and things to know. The latest installment looks at some of the top Bengals players returning from injury and how they can impact the team in 2019.
Notebook: Green Likes Uptempo Look; Taylor Wants Execution to Catch Up; Glenn On Guard
After the Bengals' first practice of spring Monday, wide receiver A.J. Green (toe) admitted we probably won't see him until the first day of training camp. But he can't wait after watching what new head coach Zac Taylor has done to the scheme. "The sky's the limit for this offense," Green said.
Receivers get out of the blocks
This band of wide receivers has shown in the first two weeks of spring ball plenty of timing. As in fast times. The Bengals strength and conditioning staff has been impressed with how fast the receivers are playing, a byproduct of the fast pace stressed in coordinator Bill Lazor's new offense.
Ross listening to think tank
Just stop thinking. That's what the vets have been telling John Ross this spring. In anticipation of next Tuesday's first voluntary on-field session against the defense both fellow wide receivers A.J. Green and Brandon LaFell are telling Ross to just stop thinking and start allowing his enormous talent to surface.
Hobson's Choice: walking the line in the draft
Bengaldom hopes their team walked the line well in last week's NFL Draft. They went offensive line in the first round and then in the last round. Mississippi's Rod Taylor waited a long time to get picked, but he may have enough versatility to stay around longer than that.
A.J. Green, Bengals Tackle Hunger at Freestore Foodbank
Bengals WR A.J. Green was on hand Thursday, Jan. 23 to present his team's donation at the Freestore Foodbank's Mayerson Distribution Center. Campbell's Chunky® soup is donating more than 50,000 bowls of soup to the Freestore Foodbank, as part of the "Tackle Hunger" program, a partnership between Campbell Soup Company and the Bengals.