Left tackle Andrew Whitworth was a surprise addition to the active/physically unable to perform list (PUP) when the Bengals started training camp Thursday with what appears to be a minor calf strain. Whitworth apparently picked up the nick in Wednesday’s conditioning test.
With training camp opening on the Paul Brown Stadium practice fields Thursday at 3 p.m., get to know the Bengals' best player a little bit better as A.J. Green prepares for marriage and a new season.
Bengals starting tight end Jermaine Gresham won’t begin training camp on the field Thursday after the Bengals put him on the active/physically unable to perform list (PUP) Wednesday with a back issue.
If quarterback Andy Dalton is the face of the offense, then that must make Pro Bowl WILL linebacker Vontaze Burfict the face of the Bengals defense at the tender age of 23. He has to be since new defensive coordinator Paul Guenther is using him as an example of getting into the playbook.
There are two constants in the life of the Cincinnati Bengals at the beginning of any football season. Mock turtle soup and the quest for stability at the quarterback position and on Tuesday Mike Brown, heading into his 24th season as the Bengals president, one season longer than his dad had the job, toasted the stability of Andy Dalton.
As expected, the Bengals’ long active/PUP list shouldn’t put a dent in their regular season.
The Bengals officially open the season Tuesday when they welcome the media to Paul Brown Stadium for the annual training camp luncheon. Here's a glimpse at what Marvin Lewis' coordinators are going to be talking about.
The Bengals shored up their training camp numbers along the defensive front Monday when they signed one of the players that weren’t selected in the supplemental draft in Virginia-Lynchburg defensive tackle Lakendrick Ross.
A more vocal A.J. Green says he needs to give his team a spark in the playoffs as the Bengals prep for the start of training camp next Thursday in a 3 p.m. practice.
One day you wake up and one of your high school buddies is coaching the best basketball player in the world. Only in Ohio, where the more intriguing sports of all sorts always seem to occur on the banks of the Ohio River and the shores of Lake Erie.
Fresh off a bonding and ball session at the Texas home of their quarterback, the Bengals wide receivers are energized about a training camp that opens two weeks from Thursday at Paul Brown Stadium in a 3 p.m. practice.
Call it Camp Noah. In the week they welcomed their first born, the Daltons hosted the Bengals wide receivers Monday for a barbecue dinner after a morning throwing session in Fort Worth.
Bengals boast a young core with playmakers on both sides of the ball, and they have strong veteran leaders.Will this be the year that they can defend the AFC North Division title?
“I can’t wait to see him,” Jay Hayes says of Margus Hunt in training camp, “at (291) pounds and hunting guys.” That would be about 11 more pounds than Hunt worked with last season while keeping intact his “freakish,” 6-8 athleticism.
Brandon Tate showed his speed this spring. The Bengals are looking for him to rely on it when they sift through their return personnel at training camp.
Spring is revival. Whether it is a quarterback launching one deep, or a father playing catch with a son, or using a machete to cut the relentless backyard grass, everyone is on the comeback trail in the spring. It just so happens that this spring Peggy and Marvin Lewis ran square into the circle of life.
Three current Bengals staffers are beneficiaries of the Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship program and they gave back this offseason and preseason by giving the same chance to four young coaches during the club’s spring and training camp practices.
After flying around the Paul Brown Stadium turf on an obscure Wednesday in June with the mojo of Dec. 28 in Pittsburgh, Vontaze Burfict felt a little tightness Thursday and did what the coaches told him to do.