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Glenn gives offense a big piece in rehab
Offensive coordinator Bill Lazor has been going overtime making the scheme his own. Cordy Glenn just made the run game a little more spicier. But he's here because he can protect Andy Dalton.
Report: Browns sign Bengals UFA not named McCarron
Reports: Bengals make big (6-5, 345, $30M) move
Eric Wood, the Elder High School grad who centered the Buffalo offensive line for the past decade, has the lowdown on reportedly the Bengals' new starting left tackle. Cordy Glenn is "an anchor," and "a stand-up guy."
Happy New Year. The first day of the NFL’s economic calendar for the 2018 season is Wednesday. But the two weeks leading up to it have been more like Mardi Gras. Which means there is just enough volatility in the market that you don’t quite know what is going to happen to the Bengals this week.
Baker looking to re-capture top grades
The Bengals are looking to re-sign a handful of their own players when free agency starts next week, but they’ve been active looking at veterans already on the market that they think can help them shore up some weaknesses. The agent for vet defensive tackle Chris Baker says he's signed up.
Bengals get full house again with extra picks
For the second straight draft the Bengals received the maximum four compensatory picks but this time got a third-rounder Friday when the NFL revealed the results of its byzantine free-agent formula.
Bengals begin to address O-line with Hart signing
The signing of former Giants starting right tackle Bobby Hart, a 23-year-old with 21 NFL starts, indicates the Bengals’ off-season plan to attack the offensive tackle position with all avenues under new offensive line coach Frank Pollack.
Meet the Coaches: Pollack Lines Up
Meet the new coach of the Bengals offensive line.
T.O. becomes latest Bengal in Hall
Brown wants Bengals only to move in standings while seeking fresh coaching ideas
Quick hits: Andre shelved; Simmons worries about Pro Bowl vote; Dalton: my job to get A.J. to Hall
Offense grapples for answers
It was only ten quarters ago the Bengals offense had a 17-0 lead on the Steelers. They've scored 17 points since.
Quick hits: Lewis yet to talk to Brown; Tackles limping
Vikings rout as Lewis refutes
MINNEAPOLIS - Marvin Lewis refuted it. But Sunday’s pre-game report bannering his departure from the Bengals after 15 seasons stamped Sunday's 34-7 loss to the Vikings.
Bears claw Bengals, 33-7
Still hung over from Monday night’s bitter, brutal Brawl in the Paul II loss to the Steelers, the Bengals went comatose Sunday and turned the Bears into the Monsters of the Midway during a 33-7 blow-out loss as stunning as Monday night’s blown 17-point lead against the Steelers.
Matchup of the Game: Bengals trying to re-capture run
The Bengals running game lives with new faces in a familiar style on a down-hill track that has revived the offensive line. Now less than a week after its best game on the ground against a Pittsburgh defense in 13 years, they try to keep it going Sunday (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 19) without starting running back Joe Mixon against a vulnerable Bears front seven that is missing some teeth with injuries.
During rookie Joe Mixon’s first 100-yard day that fueled Sunday’s 30-16 victory over the Browns at Paul Brown Stadium on 23 carries for 114 yards, right tackle Andre Smith told running backs coach Kyle Caskey he was getting nostalgic.
Quick hits: Just Ced Mixon; A.J. awes; No trade talk; Big call; Jax big block; Lawson eyes records
Hobson's Choice: down the stretch
Offense turns to vets for stability
Andre Smith had the verdict Monday afternoon. “Two pressures,” he said of his day against Von Miller Sunday in the Bengals’ 20-17 victory in Denver. Familiar names like Smith are trying to stabilize the offense.
Lewis news conference transcript 11/20
Marvin Lewis news conference transcript 11/20/2017
Bengals hold on to win a Mile High
DENVER - The Bengals won their first game in Denver since 1975 on Sunday and every Bengal alive is going to remember how the exhausted and gritty defense for a 20-17 victory.
Matchup of the Game: Miller Time as Smith serves stability for O-line
In the last two weeks the Bengals have gone to Jacksonville and Nashville and now they go to Vonville Sunday (4:25 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12) to play the Broncos a Mile High.
Lewis, Dalton News Conference Transcripts 11/15
Marvin Lewis, Andy Dalton news conference transcripts 11/15/2017
Hobson's Choice: on the road again
The Bengals head to Denver Sunday for their third straight road game and the questions are following them. Meanwhile, rookie linebacker Jordan Evans seems to have a lot of answers.