There is The NBA Kid and The Skateboard Kid and The Big Kid and they are part of Jermaine Gresham’s group he is wheeling through Dick’s Sporting Goods on a night the Marvin Lewis Community Fund has brought five Bengals on a magic carpet ride over the bridge from Paul Brown Stadium to bring Christmas morning a few weeks early.
Cincinnati Bengals players will be on Fountain Square on #GivingTuesday, Dec. 2, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., to accept gifts for Lighthouse Youth Services Happy Holidays gift drive, which provides gifts for more than 2,000 local children, teens and young adults in need. Stop by, drop off a donation and enjoy a game of corn hole or an #unselfie with Bengals players Vincent Rey, Clark Harris, Emmanuel Lamur, Marquis Flowers and Jayson DiManche.
The Cincinnati Bengals and the Freestore Foodbank are pleased to announce the results of the 28th annual canned food drive held on Thursday, November 6 prior to the Cleveland Browns game at Paul Brown Stadium.
The Bengals, the NFL and the Local Initiatives Support Corp., (LISC) announced on Thursday that they are providing Covington Catholic with a $200,000 grant for a field replacement project at the high school.
When Cornelius Ford, who hasn't worked since April, sits down with his three children this Thursday for dinner in Selma, Ala., Michael Johnson is near the top of his list.