|17||@Steelers||L 13 - 16|
|16||@Browns||L 18 - 26|
|15||Raiders||W 30 - 16||0||0||0|
|14||@Chargers||L 21 - 26|
|13||Broncos||L 10 - 24||1||9||9||9||0|
|12||Browns||L 20 - 35||0||0||0|
|11||@Ravens||L 21 - 24||1||4||4||4||1|
|10||Saints||L 14 - 51|
|8||Buccaneers||W 37 - 34||1||4||4||4||0|
|7||@Chiefs||L 10 - 45||0||0||0|
|6||Steelers||L 21 - 28|
WR TE Career
|2016||New England Patriots||6||0||2||22||11||18||1||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
Busy Bengals re-set roster with No. 3 QB
The Bengals had their busiest post-Cutdown Day in five years Sunday when they claimed 49ers rookie quarterback Jeff Driskel on waivers and made room in stunning fashion by cutting 2015 third-round pick P.J. Dawson. They also did the expected and shifted special teams Pro Bowler Cedric Peerman and first-round pick William Jackson to injured reserve and replaced them with two veterans they cut Saturday to bolster their most injured positions for next Sunday’s opener in New York (1 p.m.- Cincinnati’s Channel 12) against the Jets.
The Bengals are poised to cut to 53 players Saturday as they begin to set their roster for the opener vs. the Jets. The fate of Cedric Peerman could dictate some moves.
Injuries cloud roster picture
A look at the roster in the wake of the injury to Pro Bowl special teamer Cedric Peerman as the Bengals prep for Thursday's pre-season finale against the Colts (7:30 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 12) at Paul Brown Stadium.
A look at the Bengals roster after the 30-14 victory in Detroit.
A long way from 53
Other than not winning the game, the pre-season opener went about as well as the Bengals could have hoped. Here’s a thumbnail look at the roster heading into Thursday night's game (7:30 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 12) in Detroit.
Vikings stave off Bengals
Even though they lost 17-16 to the Vikings in Friday’s pre-season opener before 50,737 at Paul Brown Stadium, the Bengals had to feel encouraged about their young wide receivers.
Camp report: smooth operation
Before a Family Day crowd of 7,650 at Paul Brown Stadium, Marvin Lewis rolled out a long-lost relative Saturday. The Mock Game. Or what’s left of it. In a brisk 58-minute exercise in shoulder pads that featured the first team against the backups in a controlled setting, A.J. Green and Andy Dalton showed new offensive coordinator Ken Zampese isn't so new at all.
Camp report: hot read and Hall call
Andy Dalton had a good day and his hot read was the Play of the Day in sweltering Friday's lone night practice of training camp. Meanwhile, Marvin Lewis got a special invite for Saturday night.
Hobson's Choice: injuries return after placid 2015 camp
The Bengals hardly had any injuries last year for the first four months, until Andy Dalton went down on Dec. 13. But they've been hit early and often in this camp, particularly at tight and cornerback.
Bengals rotate into minicamp
The Bengals end their voluntary spring workouts this week with practices Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. We take a look at how they're trying to expand their rotation on one of the league's best defensive lines, as well as competition at some of the other spots...
Bengals stay pat, but get their practice squad
If the Bengals saw something they liked on the waiver wire Sunday, another team beat them to it because they made no changes to the roster. And none of their undrafted rookies got claimed, so they got the practice squad they wanted.
The Bengals face roster cutdown this week, one to 75 on Tuesday and the final cut on Saturday. Here is a look.
The undrafteds: anonymity to roster?
The Bengals tee it up for the third pre-season game Saturday (7:30 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12) and while the starters/regulars are expected to play for the longest and last time before the opener, The Undrafteds quietly keep churning for a spot on the 53-man roster or the 10-man practice squad. In a world where privacy has been stripped bare, The Undrafteds have almost refreshing anonymity. And the Bengals have become a destination point for them.
Roster jobs on full boil
The roster battles heated up after Monday night's game in Tampa. Chris Carter had a big night and stays in the hunt.
Camp report: pick or no pick?; D-Line brings heat; Sanu pulls a Beckham
The dog days of training camp and the Bengals are looking for bodies at the busiest positions. And on Wednesday they went out and got one fresh body out of the gym in undrafted rookie wide receiver Michael Bennett.
Roster battle thickens
After Friday night's 23-10 victory over the Giants in the preseason opener at Paul Brown Stadium, the training camp roster battle simmers on.
Camp report: Backers show versatility
MIKE backer Rey Maualuga returned to practice Monday, but Vincent Rey and A.J. Hawk went to WILL and SAM, respectively...
Camp bubbles up
The periphery of the Bengals roster has a Gigantic week starting in Monday’s 3 p.m. workout, when Marvin Lewis tunes his club for the 3 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday practices against the Giants on the Paul Brown Stadium practice fields. Marquis Flowers (above) is part of a linebackers corps with more experience than last season.
Camp report: tight battle
Ever since the Bengals gathered in the spring there has been a buzz about their intriguing class of rookie tight ends. They're still buzzing after the full pads came out Monday...It looks like Michael Johnson will miss "a few" weeks...Check out Player of the Day...
Camp report: Jones picks up where he left off
Adam Jones is mentoring as well as playing...Geno Atkins is back to making life miserable for the practice scripters...Check out Player of the Day and Play of the Day...
Pure speculation. But a week out from training camp, here is one man’s opinion on the best roster battles, bubbles and brouhahas as they head into that Sept.3 preseason finale in Indianapolis.
Hue and Hew
The addition of four rookie tight ends means, for the moment, the Bengals can let Ryan Hewitt continue to develop into what some in the building already see as potentially the NFL's best fullback.
Undrafted and unscripted
John Peters may be the closest we’ll ever come to finding a good-old-fashioned-1950s-diamond-in-the-rough during the information age’s 21st century of no-gemstone-unturned. Tight ends coach Jon Hayes is watching “Hard Knocks,’ and “American Idol,” rolled into one Bengals roster spot at No. 48.
Notes: Tight ends surface for a boost; Pryor burning midnight oil
The one spot on offense the Bengals needed to get their bat on the ball was tight ends and from the looks of things at Saturday’s two rookie minicamp practices they’ve covered themselves.