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|7||Browns||L 34 - 37|
|2||@Browns||L 30 - 35|
|6||@Colts||L 27 - 31||1||1||0||0||0||0|
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|5||@Ravens||L 3 - 27||2||1||1||0||0||0|
|4||Jaguars||W 33 - 25|
|3||@Eagles||T 23 - 23||1||1||0||0||0||0|
A sixth-round pick of the Bengals in 2017, Wilson burst onto the scene in '19 as one of the NFL's top young kickoff returners ... Finished with an NFL-best 31.3-yard average on kickoff returns (minimum 20 attempts); taken to the thousandth decimal place however, his season average (31.250) fell just shy of Adam Jones' Bengals record (31.259) from 2014 ... Served as Bengals' No. 1 KOR for just eight games — spent first four games as a reserve KOR, and then spent final four games on Reserve/Injured (right hand) ... During his 92-yard KOR for a TD in Game 6 at Baltimore, was clocked by NFL's Next Gen Stats at 22.03 MPH, the third-fastest ball carrier in the NFL in 2019 and the fastest by a Bengal since NGS' launch in 2016 ... Saw time on defense mainly as a rotational DB, and recorded 18 tackles and two FFs ... Also considered a key cog on Bengals' special teams coverage units throughout his career, and ranked tied for third on team in special teams tackles (six) in 2019.
Top 10 Bengals Plays 2020 Season
See a countdown of the 10 best highlight plays made by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2020 NFL season.
Brandon Wilson & Kevin Huber Have Answered The Bell | Bengals Behind the Stripes
An in-depth look at how Bengals safety Brandon Wilson and punter Kevin Huber have stepped up when called upon on special teams.
Brandon Wilson with a Spectacular Kickoff Return Touchdown vs. New York Giants
Brandon Wilson returned a kickoff 103 yards for a touchdown against the New York Giants.
Wilson finds wide open lane for HUGE kick return
Cincinnati Bengals' kick returner Brandon Wilson finds wide open lane for HUGE kick return.
Brandon Wilson & Tee Higgins on Working Hard to Improve | Bengals GEICO Locker Room
Bengals safety Brandon Wilson and wide receiver Tee Higgins explain how they are staying engaged and helping the team with big plays.
Catching up with Brandon Wilson
Bengals.com's Marisa Contipelli catches up with safety Brandon Wilson on how he has spent his offseason including his recovery from two hand injuries. The pair also discuss Wilson's top professional moment, his approach to returning kickoffs, and his expectations for the 2020 season.
Top 5 Fastest Players of Week 6 | #1 Brandon Wilson
Check out the Top 5 Fastest Players from Week 6 of the NFL season, featuring Bengals S Brandon Wilson's crazy fast 92-yard kickoff return for a TD.
Mark Andrews' failed hurdle attempt goes awry with airborne fumble
Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews fumbles the ball following a hurdle attempt that is then recovered by Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Nick Vigil.
Can't-Miss Play: Brandon Wilson takes opening kickoff 94 yards to the HOUSE
Cincinnati Bengals kick returner Brandon Wilson returns the opening kickoff 94 yards for a touchdown.
Bengals Re-Sign Safety Brandon Wilson
Safety Brandon Wilson, a fifth-year player in 2021, originally was a sixth-round draft pick of the Bengals in 2017. He has played in 51 career games (two starts) and has 24 tackles and three forced fumbles on defense, along with 29 tackles on special teams.
A Look At The Bengals Top 2020 Next Gen Stats Performers
NFL's Next Gen Stats captures real time location data, speed and acceleration for every player, every play on every inch of the field. A look back at some of the Bengals' top analytic performances from the 2020 season.
The Top 10 Plays From The Bengals 2020 Season
From jaw-dropping catches and bone-crushing hits that elicited "oohs" and "ahhs" over the course of the year, the Bengals enjoyed a significant number of memorable moments during the 2020 season.
Bengals Re-Sign Safety Brandon Wilson
The Bengals today re-signed S Brandon Wilson to a one-year contract. Wilson, a fourth-year player in 2020, originally was a Bengals sixth-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft.
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 Acquire Prince On Waivers, Place Wilson On Reserve/Injured
The Bengals claimed OT Isaiah Prince on waivers from the Miami Dolphins, and placed S Brandon Wilson on the Reserve/Injured list.
Wilson's All-Out Effort Falls A Yard Shy
At the time, the last day of the 2017 Draft, Houston safety Brandon Wilson became just the fourth player ever to be selected by the Bengals after they traded up to get him. They merely moved from the seventh round to the sixth but on Sunday during the Bengals' 23-17 loss to the Ravens, Wilson showed why Bengals special teams coordinator Darrin Simmons coveted his speed and play-making ability when he did everything possible to turn the tide.
Bengals Re-Sign Brandon Wilson
Wilson, who will be a third-year player in 2019, joined the Bengals as a sixth-round draft pick in 2017.
In pursuit of picks
Robert Livingston, the secondary coach in charge of the safeties, is in the process of emphasizing the Bengals' point of emphasis under new defensive coordinator Teryl Austin. Turnovers. Livingston goes one better and punches it up on his rolling vista of a computer screen.
Notes: Iloka and Mixon have head up for new rule; Mixon hopes to miss Mayfield; Glenn scouts Brown
George Iloka and Joe Mixon talk the new helmet rule ... Mixon has high praise for his old QB ... Cordy Glenn says he could "go on and on about Preston Brown," and does.
Hobson's Choice: signings and sightings
The Bengals' plan is to line up three formidable cornerbacks. Will Jackson is on the verge of stardom, Dre Kirkpatrick is healthy and don't forget how quietly well Darqueze Dennard played last season.
Bengals seeking draft crashers
More than veterans like 49ers safety Eric Reid are touring Paul Brown Stadium these days. 'Tis the season of the kids and the Bengals have until April 18 to interview and examine 30 prospective rookies in their building. And they all didn't go to the scouting combine, like last year's sixth-rounder Jordan Evans.
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?
Media Mock Draft on call
We're trying to make the first trade in Bengals.com Media Mock Draft history. The key guy looks to be UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen and one of the guys on the board is Florida State safety Derwin James.
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.
At the creation, Simmons only looks to next kick
Darrin Simmons helped Marvin Lewis change the Bengals' culture from the Paul Brown Stadium Spa and Health Club to an AFC North factory. But he's only looking at the first kick in Sunday's game (4:25 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 12) and not the murky future.
Media Roundtable: Battered Bengals, wounded Bears tee it up
Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis is poised to show old Pitt coaching buddy John Fox, head coach of the struggling Bears (3-9), the best of his skills when the two meet Sunday (1 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 19) at Paul Brown Stadium. Lewis is a master motivator known for getting his teams ready to play no matter the obstacles and the Bengals.Com Media Roundtable points them out.
Quick hits: Mates applaud Iloka reprieve; Simmons calls claim 'ridiculous';Marv comforts Shazier
Titans catch Bengals in last minute
NASHVILLE - Facing a third-and-seven for a touchdown and the Bengals trying to hold the Titans to a game-tying field goal, Titans running back DeMarco Murray caught a check-down pass from quarterback Marcus Mariota on the 2 and he powered past cornerback Darqueze Dennard, safety Clayton Fejedelem, and got the ball underneath linebacker Vincent Rey for a touchdown with 36 seconds left that gave Tennessee a 24-20 victory.