|17||Ravens||L 3 - 38||1||21||21||21||0|
|16||@Texans||W 37 - 31|
|15||Steelers||W 27 - 17|
|14||Cowboys||L 7 - 30|
|13||@Dolphins||L 7 - 19|
|12||Giants||L 17 - 19||1||5||5||5||0|
|11||@Football Team||L 9 - 20|
|10||@Steelers||L 10 - 36|
|8||Titans||W 31 - 20||1||2||2||2||0|
|7||Browns||L 34 - 37|
|2||@Browns||L 30 - 35|
|6||@Colts||L 27 - 31||0||0||0|
|1||Chargers||L 13 - 16|
|5||@Ravens||L 3 - 27|
|4||Jaguars||W 33 - 25||1||24||24||24||0|
|3||@Eagles||T 23 - 23||1||1||1||1||0|
Carter has been among Cincinnati's most valuable special teams contributors since arriving as a college free agent in 2017 ... Tied for team lead with seven special teams tackles in 2019 ... Played just 8.7 percent of offensive snaps in 2019, but saw action on 68 percent of special teams snaps (third on team) ... Used mostly as a blocker on offense, but did record two catches for 13 yards and a TD in 2019 ... Scored a TD on his first career catch — an eight-yarder from Andy Dalton in Game 14 vs. New England ... As a rookie in 2017, played in all 16 games and was key contributor on special teams, ranking second in snaps (63.1 percent) and third in tackles (nine) ... Did not play in 2018, after suffering shoulder injury in preseason finale.
Bengals Re-Sign Tight End Cethan Carter
Tight end Cethan Carter, a fourth-year player in 2020, originally was a Bengals college free agent signee in 2017. He has played in 31 career games, and last season he caught two passes for 13 yards and one touchdown.
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.
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.
Slants and screens: Tough skedding; Lewis defends Tez, Carter; Top rookie sackers meet; Storylines
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
Mixon's the one with 100 (114) as Bengals run away
The Bengals scored the first five times they had the ball Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium and kept the winless Browns at bay with their best rushing effort of the season in a 30-16 victory that kept their post-season hopes alive at 5-6 with the AFC North-leading Steelers invading next week.
Slants and screens: Green accepts $42K fine; Bullock out as kick game re-groups; Billings gets boost
Hobson's Choice: bye edition
While Nick Vigil has Bengaldom raving, they've got questions about how they'll handle Tyler Eifert in free agency.
Quick hits: Green saved; First comeback since '16 opener; Defense eyes club sack record; Mixon's TD
Slants and screens: Dunlap hopes Lawson chases record; Stalking Taylor; Lawson Bengals' mouthpiece
Bengals cuts: Bullock, seven WRs, youth carry day
On a Cut Down Day the Bengals anointed their old new kicker new again Saturday when they cut fifth-round draft pick Jake Elliott, injuries, suspensions and teeming depth at wide receiver forged a few oddities you don't usually see on a Bengals roster.
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.
Kickers can't walk off with it
INDIANAPOLIS - How eerie was the last 4:42 of Thursday night's pre-season finale, a 7-6 Bengals' loss? Naturally, as Darrin Simmons only could dream, it went to the gun.
Bengals kicked in finale under injury cloud
INDIANAPOLIS - With their first-round pick getting tests for his knee and their No. 3 quarterback wearing a splint on his throwing thumb, injuries overshadowed Thursday night's 7-6 loss in the pre-season finale to the Colts and may impact Saturday's final cuts.