This Day in Bengals History: Hall of Fame Calls Broadcasting Pioneer Trumpy
July 8, 2014: The NFL calls four-time Bengals Pro Bowl tight end Bob Trumpy to the Pro Football Hall of Fame after his four decades in the broadcasting booth blaze a trail for Cincinnati Bengals and Cincinnati kids alike.
'75 comes alive as P.B. takes his bow
On the 40th anniversary of another 6-0 team that had weapons teeming out of those playbooks Paul Brown invented in the shadow of World War II, 1975 is a honking and crowded intersection of sports history where the past and the future dodged each other in a blur of transition. P.B. and his last team that laughed at conventional offenses were symbolic of that crossroads.
Paul Brown's Team Remembers What Don Shula Gave The Game
Bengals president Mike Brown realized on Monday that he had been following his friend Don Shula since he could remember and that's probably why he took his death with such "a jolt." "I don't like to say a coach is the greatest of all-time. I think you have to break them down by the eras they coached ... I think Don was the best of his group."
50 years later: legacy on the river
With the Bengals kicking off their 50th anniversary season Thursday at Paul Brown Stadium, Mike Brown recalls how it is almost miraculous that it all came together in the late 1960s in Cincinnati. No generation gap then as Paul and Mike Brown proved to be a formidable father-son team that left their bond on the riverfront.
Hobson's Choice Podcast: Sam recalls first Bengals training camp
If Paul Brown is the most important person in Bengals history, then Sam Wyche is the second. In the first of our Hobson's Choice Podcasts celebrating 50 years of Bengaldom, Wyche takes us into that first training camp of 1968 as seen by a rookie backup quarterback.