|17||Ravens||L 3 - 38||0||0|
|16||@Texans||W 37 - 31||0||0|
|15||Steelers||W 27 - 17||0||0|
|14||Cowboys||L 7 - 30||1||0|
|13||@Dolphins||L 7 - 19||0||0|
|12||Giants||L 17 - 19||1||1|
|11||@Football Team||L 9 - 20||1||0|
|10||@Steelers||L 10 - 36||1||1|
|8||Titans||W 31 - 20||1||1|
|7||Browns||L 34 - 37||1||1|
|6||@Colts||L 27 - 31||1||1|
|5||@Ravens||L 3 - 27||1||1|
|4||Jaguars||W 33 - 25||1||1|
Offensive Line Career
A 2016 CFA signee of the Bengals, Redmond is a powerful 320-pound interior offensive lineman who has been credited by coaches for his toughness and nasty streak ... Opened 2019 with a four-game suspension, then returned to lineup for three games (two starts at RG) before suffering season-ending left elbow injury in pregame warmups of Game 11 vs. Pittsburgh ... Served as Cincinnati's No. 1 RG in 2018, and was key part of run-blocking effort that helped HB Joe Mixon to AFC-best 1168 rushing yards ... Spent all of 2017 on Bengals' roster and played in five games, after spending his rookie season in '16 on Cincinnati's practice squad ... In 2017, saw eight snaps on defense as NT in goal line situations (no statistics).
What Was Alex Redmond's Most Important Lesson Learned In His NFL Journey? | Know Your Pro, Presented By Gold Star Chili
In the latest "Know Your Pro," Bengals guard Alex Redmond responds to questions from students at Goshen High School about lessons he learned in his NFL journey and how he deals with adversity in football.
Giovani Bernard & New Offensive Line Stepped Up Against Tennessee | Bengals Better Together
With the Bengals starting four new starting offensive linemen due to injury, running back Giovani Bernard and the offense came together to have one of their best performances of the season in Week 8 against the Tennessee Titans. Better Together, presented by Fifth Third Bank.
Bengals Offensive Line Seeks Chemistry
With so little work on the field compared to past seasons, offensive line coach Jim Turner indicated the offense is still trying to find out what it can do best. It's the first of October and the offensive line continues to chase after that chemistry that's so elusive even when they have a spring and pre-season games.
Bengals Sign G Alex Redmond To Practice Squad
Alex Redmond (6-5, 320), a fourth-year player out of UCLA, originally was a college free agent signee of the Bengals in 2016. He was with Cincinnati through training camp of this year, before being waived on Sept. 6. He has played in 23 career games for the Bengals, with 17 starts.
Bengals Designate A.J. Green As Franchise Player, Extend Tender Offer To Four Others
The Bengals designated WR A.J. Green as the team's franchise player, under terms of the NFL's Collective Bargaining Agreement. The team also extended tender offers to TE Cethan Carter, G Alex Redmond, DT Josh Tupou and S Brandon Wilson.
Bengals Activate Phillips To Roster, Place Redmond On Reserve/Injured
The Bengals today placed G Alex Redmond on the Reserve/Injured list, and activated CB Darius Phillips to the active roster from the Reserve/Injured list.
Redmond Exemption Lifted; Mabin Waived
Guard Alex Redmond, a third-year veteran, had returned to the team on a roster exemption on Tuesday after serving a suspension for Games 1-4.
Redmond Granted Roster Exemption
Guard Alex Redmond has been granted by the NFL a roster exemption for up to one week, during which the team may activate him at any point. The exemption expires on Monday, Oct. 7.
Bengals Re-Sign Alex Redmond
Redmond, a third-year player in 2019, was originally a Bengals college free agent signee in 2016. Last season, he played in and started 15 games at right guard.
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.
Draft Recap: 5 Things You Need to Know
Five things you need to know about the Bengals 2018 draft.
Competition opens on O-line
The Bengals get on the field for the first time Monday for walk-through and drills and that means the offensive line is going to get another jolt of the change in culture new offensive line coach Frank Pollack is introducing to the position after drafting two players.
Rookie flashbacks as Bengals greeted with change
Both sides of the ball are learning new playbooks, so Monday's first day of voluntary offseason workouts for the Bengals was more like a rookie minicamp. Even for grizzled vets like nine-year man Vincent Rey.
Hobson's Choice: needs and wants
Is wide receiver John Ross this year's William Jackson, the cornerback that had a break-out sophomore season last year?
Hobson's Choice: what's next after the take?
Spearheaded by the return of Tyler Eifert, Bengaldom is emboldened by last week's activity. The focus is now the draft.
Matchup of the Game: another division of labor
Marvin Lewis turned it around in the division with smash-mouth play. Now they need to re-discover it Sunday (4:25 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 12) in Baltimore to get out the taste of this season.
Lewis, Dalton News Conference Transcripts 12/27
Marvin Lewis, Andy Dalton news conference transcripts 12/27/2017
Bengals flex Lions
After scoring the Bengals' two touchdowns on Sunday, running back Giovani Bernard and tight end C.J. Uzomah flexed each other and why not on a day the revamped offensive line delivered a physical 26-17 victory over the Lions in the Paul Brown Stadium season finale?
Quick hits: Apology accepted; Take a bow, Boling; Banged-up D shuts down Stafford; No Marv call
Bengals knock out Lions, 26-17
A decimated Bengals defense pitched a courageous second half in Sunday's Paul Brown Stadium season finale and the overhauled offensive line delivered a 26-17 victory that knocked the Lions out of the postseason.