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Harris in 2019 enters his 11th season as the Bengals’ long-snapper, a position in which he has been a paragon of reliability ... Has had no unplayable snaps in 1428 attempts as a Bengal (765 punts, 663 placekicks) ... Handled all 136 Bengals deep snaps in 2018 (72 punts, 64 placekicks) ... At 35 years old, is the oldest Bengal on the roster entering 2019 ... In 2017, earned his first career Pro Bowl selection, becoming the first-ever Bengals long snapper to earn a Pro Bowl nod ... Also strong in kick coverage, he had three special teams tackles in 2018, bringing his career total to 33 ... Played in 117 consecutive Bengals regular-season games (123 including playoffs) after joining team in mid-2009, tied for fifth-most consecutive games in team history; however, the streak was snapped on Nov. 27, 2016 at Baltimore, when he missed Ravens game after suffering a groin injury the previous week.
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.
Three for the show as Bengals gas up for camp
With a nod to one of founder Paul Brown’s more memorable quotes, T-Shirts with the words “Run on your own gas,” graced the lockers Thursday as his descendants, like Wallace Gilberry, reported to the 50th Bengals training camp. With practices set to start Friday at 3 p.m., here are three competitions that should help fuel one of the more entertaining training camps in a few years.
Kickers aren't in Kansas anymore
With the Bengals breaking for summer vacation after Thursday’s last practice of mandatory minicamp, special teams coordinator Darrin Simmons heads to the farm after no one in his kicking competition bought the farm. Randy Bullock, Jake Elliott, and Jonathan Brown are all within percentage points of each other after they tried about 80 field goals each in team situations this spring. “No one has an edge. It’s all pretty even,” Simmons said this week.
Ced back to lead next generation of teamers
Holding his one-year-old son Emmaus on Thursday, running back Cedric Peerman knew the journey is all about bridging generations. After he signed a one-year deal to return for his eighth season, the Bengals co-captain prepared to help special teams coordinator Darrin Simmons break in another new wave.
No panic from Dalton
Steelers rally knocks out Bengals, 24-20
Rallying from a pair of 14-point deficits in the first half, the Steelers defense came out of the locker room to strangle the Bengals and shut them out in the second half while racking up a 24-20 victory on a day both the Ravens and Pittsburgh eliminated Cincinnati from the play-off chase Sunday before 62,096 at Paul Brown Stadium.