Cincinnati Bengals Team | Roster - Bengals.com
|17||Browns||W 33 - 23||5||59||11.8||22||0|
|16||@Dolphins||L 35 - 38||9||128||14.2||34||2|
|15||Patriots||L 13 - 34||3||26||8.7||16||0|
|14||@Browns||L 19 - 27||5||75||15||21||0||1||7||7||7||0|
|13||Jets||W 22 - 6||5||59||11.8||17||1|
|12||Steelers||L 10 - 16||5||101||20.2||47||1||1||1|
|11||@Raiders||L 10 - 17||1||0||0||0||0||1||10||10||10||0|
|10||Ravens||L 13 - 49||6||62||10.3||24||0|
|8||@Rams||L 10 - 24||6||65||10.8||22||0||1||3||3||3||0|
|7||Jaguars||L 17 - 27||5||55||11||19||0||1||1|
|6||@Ravens||L 17 - 23||3||10||3.3||5||0|
|5||Cardinals||L 23 - 26||10||123||12.3||42||1|
|4||@Steelers||L 3 - 27||3||33||11||15||0|
|3||@Bills||L 17 - 21||6||68||11.3||26||0|
|2||49ers||L 17 - 41||10||122||12.2||47||0|
|1||@Seahawks||L 20 - 21||8||60||7.5||14||0||1||3||3||3||0|
WR TE Career
A Bengals second-round pick in 2016, Boyd has developed into one of Cincinnati's top offensive weapons ... Earned contract extension prior to 2019 season that will keep him in Cincinnati through 2023 ... Served in 2019 as Bengals' No. 1 receiver, while A.J. Green missed entire season due to ankle injury ... Logged career-highs in catches (90) and receiving yards (1046) in 2019, and added five receiving TDs ... Also topped 1000 receiving yards in 2018, making him just the sixth Bengal ever to top 1000 yards in consecutive seasons ... In breakout 2018 season, led Cincinnati in receptions (76) and receiving yards (1028), despite being limited to 14 games by a late-season knee injury ... Has been particularly effective throughout career on third downs, and enters 2020 having converted first downs on 63 of his 76 career third-down catches, good for an 82.9 percent rate that ranks sixth in the NFL over that span (minimum 40 catches) ... Has caught at least one pass in all 56 of his career games played entering 2020 ... Has seven career 100-yard receiving games, and three games with at least 10 catches.
Bengals Sign WR Tyler Boyd to Contract Extension
Boyd, a fourth-year player, originally was a Bengals second-round draft pick out of the University of Pittsburgh in 2016. Last season, he led the Bengals in both receptions (76) and receiving yards (1028), and tied for the team lead in receiving TDs (seven) — all of those totals also were career-highs.
Countdown To Training Camp: Impact Players Returning From Injury
With the Bengals nine days away from the start of training camp, Bengals.com presents a series of articles examining various storylines, position battles and things to know. The latest installment looks at some of the top Bengals players returning from injury and how they can impact the team in 2019.
Receivers get out of the blocks
This band of wide receivers has shown in the first two weeks of spring ball plenty of timing. As in fast times. The Bengals strength and conditioning staff has been impressed with how fast the receivers are playing, a byproduct of the fast pace stressed in coordinator Bill Lazor's new offense.
Ross listening to think tank
Just stop thinking. That's what the vets have been telling John Ross this spring. In anticipation of next Tuesday's first voluntary on-field session against the defense both fellow wide receivers A.J. Green and Brandon LaFell are telling Ross to just stop thinking and start allowing his enormous talent to surface.
Fittingly, Bengals, Bills go national as 2018 preseason schedule released
Bills fans get to thank Tyler Boyd and Andy Dalton in person when the Bengals travel to Buffalo for the dress rehearsal third pre-season game to be nationally-televised by Fox. Set for Sunday, Aug. 26 (4 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 19), the Buffalo trip is the centerpiece of the pre-season schedule released Wednesday by the NFL.
Lewis transforming Xs and Os: 'We have to. We weren't good enough'
ORLANDO, Fla. - All signs continue to point to the Bengals' biggest scheme overhaul on both sides of the ball since Forrest Gregg became head coach at the dawn of the 1980s. "We need a different team. We weren't good enough," said head coach Marvin Lewis Tuesday during his annual media availability. "We need to be better. We had to improve. One way or the other. Better players, better coaches, better coaching. That's what we have to be. We weren't good enough.'
Boyd converts again
Tyler Boyd, with help from a poison dart from Andy Dalton, converted fourth-and-12. Then with help from his mother he went a lot longer than that. It turns out after he left the Ravens' post-season hopes in his what-might-have-been dust, Boyd ran all the way to the kids back home.