Cincinnati Bengals Team | Roster - Bengals.com
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A sixth-round pick in 2017, Wilson has been a key cog to the Bengals’ special teams units ... Finished second on team in special teams tackles (nine) in 2018, after tying for fourth (five) in ’17 despite playing in only eight games ... Played in all 16 games in 2018, and saw action on 62.2 percent of special teams snaps, the third-highest percentage on the team ... Also provided depth on defense as a reserve DB, and saw action on 54 snaps ... Opened his rookie season in 2017 on Cincinnati’s practice squad before moving to the active roster mid-season.
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 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.
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.
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.
Bengals split on injuries on eve of cuts
That sound is Bengaldom exhaling with initial reports that wide receiver John Ross’ right knee injury that he suffered in Thursday’s pre-season finale isn’t serious. So it looks like seven wide receivers still have a chance to make Saturday's cut to 53. One last look at the roster.
Washington edges Bengals
LANDOVER, Md. -Head coach Marvin Lewis couldn’t have scripted the Bengals’ dress rehearsal anybody better in the first 18 minutes of Sunday’s third pre-season game when the first offense got its first touchdown of the preseason on an 87-yard drive the first time they got the ball and Bengals defensive coordinator Paul Guenther threw old friend Jay Gruden a bevy of looks on third down before a getting a 62-yard interception return from WILL linebacker Vontaze Burfict during a 23-17 loss to Washington.