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Glasgow was a regular contributor during a strong rookie campaign in 2017, but right knee injuries (both ACL) have ended each of his last two seasons ... A thigh injury caused him to miss three games early in 2019, then he suffered season-ending knee injury in Game 8 against the L.A. Rams (London) ... Had 11 tackles in 2018, before knee injury ended his season in Game 3 at Carolina ... A 2017 Bengals fourth-round pick, he played in all 16 games as a rookie, saw action on 36 percent of defensive snaps (412 of 1146) and had 23 tackles.
Bengals Name Ryan Glasgow Team's 2019 Winner of Ed Block Courage Award
The Bengals have named DT Ryan Glasgow the recipient of their 2019 Ed Block Courage Award. He will officially be honored in March at the Ed Block annual awards banquet in Baltimore. Organized through NFL athletic trainers, the award honors players "who exemplify commitments to the principles of sportsmanship and courage."
Countdown To Training Camp: Flying Under-the Radar
With the Bengals six days away from the start of training camp, Bengals.com presents a series of articles examining various storylines and things to know. The latest installment looks at some of the under-the-radar players who are critical to the team's success this season.
Hobson's Choice: walking the line in the draft
Bengaldom hopes their team walked the line well in last week's NFL Draft. They went offensive line in the first round and then in the last round. Mississippi's Rod Taylor waited a long time to get picked, but he may have enough versatility to stay around longer than that.
Baker looking to re-capture top grades
The Bengals are looking to re-sign a handful of their own players when free agency starts next week, but they've been active looking at veterans already on the market that they think can help them shore up some weaknesses. The agent for vet defensive tackle Chris Baker says he's signed up.
Matchup of the Game: city of brotherly shove
The Glasgow brothers won the fight with their doctor parents to play football and the fruits of their victory are on display Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium (1 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 19) when Bengals 24-year-old rookie defensive tackle Ryan actually engages in brotherly shove against Lions second-year man Graham, 10 months his senior.
Smith trades on new role
In the last decade Duke Tobin has swung some big-time trades that have provided immediate help and key regulars for Bengals' post-season teams and the Bengals seem to have another find in Sunday hero Chris Smith. But don't look for as much help at Tuesday's trade deadline.
'Same kind of guys' meet at Heinz
Don't look now, but the Bengals-Steelers rivalry isn't as ancient you think when the two brandish their swords Sunday (4:25 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 12) at Heinz Field. A total of 21 Bengals have never played a scrimmage snap in the storied series and that includes potential starters in linebackers Nick Vigil and Kevin Minter, right guards T.J. Johnson and Trey Hopkins, and cornerback William Jackson, as well as kicker Randy Bullock. Those six, as well as seven more figure to get significant snaps from scrimmage or special teams, or both, in Pittsburgh:
Geno understudy Glasgow emerges
Ryan Glasgow is on pace to play the most snaps by a Bengals rookie defensive tackle in eight years and it works out just right since he's backing up the guy that did it and he's making the most of watching Geno Atkins' every move. And Atkins (97) is apparently doing the same. He's on pace to go to the Hall of Fame and he may shun the media and he may be stone cold quiet. But he's been in Glasgow's ear all year and has been the ultimate teammate.
D-line as in deja vu
Déjà vu is running through the Bengals defense like the Double A Gap Blitz they brought to the NFL a few years back. Start with mirror image third-round picks eight years apart in taciturn right ends lean on words and long on talent and Michael Johnson and Jordan Willis are at the heart of the nostalgia craze up front.
Bengals gas up defense with oil change of youth
Since linebacker Vontaze Burfict played 886 downs five years ago, no rookie defender has played 165 snaps for the Bengals. But two current first-year players, Carl Lawson and William Jackson, are going to pass that in the next game. Two more, end Jordan Willis and tackle Ryan Glasgow will get there at the midway point as the Bengals defense is on pace to commit history with youth.
Bengals depth charge Browns
CLEVELAND - Give this to the Bengals after they started their most decisive month of this season with Sunday's utterly necessary and total domination of the Browns. They are an intriguing team with a unique brew of youth and age. The kind of team you can sink your teeth into as they ripped the Browns, 31-7, to get back to 1-3 on the first day of October.
Dalton paints Bengals to 31-7 win
CLEVELAND - In front of one of his NFL mentors Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton staged a clinic for Browns head coach Hue Jackson Sunday when he hit 19 of his first 20 passes that included 16 straight and threw four touchdown passes to give the Bengals their first win of the season in 31-7 victory.
Media Roundtable: Green-Dalton Bengals finally get home cooking in opener
Not only can you go home again, you can open there and for the first time in their seven NFL seasons wide receiver A.J. Green and Andy Dalton get to do that Sunday (1 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 12) at Paul Brown Stadium against the Ravens. So the Bengals.com Media Roundtable has become a bunch of homers for the first PBS opener since 2009.