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  • Dean Geathers reflecs on Bengals career

    Posted Feb 27, 2015

    Everyone saw it coming, but it still didn’t make it any easier Friday when the Bengals released one of their more versatile players and valued leaders across the defensive front and around the locker room in 11-year veteran Robert Geathers.

  • Riley joins A list

    Posted Feb 27, 2015

    Ken Riley becomes the first Bengal who played his entire career in Cincinnati to be inducted into the Black College Football Hall of Fame.

  • PBS rehab heats up

    Posted Feb 25, 2015

    Despite recent sub-zero temperatures, the biggest facelift in the 15 years of Paul Brown Stadium continues at a heated pace.

  • Media on Draft Needs

    Posted Feb 25, 2015 spoke with top NFL Draft pundits to get their thoughts on the Bengals draft needs.

  • Hobson's Choice: not many scholarships

    Posted Feb 24, 2015

    The kids keep pushing the vets more than ever. The Bengals aren't handing out a lot of scholarships. Vontaze Burfict is the Bengals' answer to Malcolm Butler.

  • P&G Presenting Sponsor of Cincinnati Music Festival

    Posted Feb 24, 2015

    The Cincinnati Music Festival Announces Procter & Gamble Partnership

  • Combine takeaways

    Posted Feb 23, 2015

    The needle barely moves as the Bengals set up their draft board in the wake of the NFL scouting combine.

  • Bengals look for an edge

    Posted Feb 21, 2015

    INDIANAPOLIS - Bengals defensive line coach Jay Hayes is hunting for edgy play in and out of Paul Brown Stadium.

  • Bengals monitor Indy speedway

    Posted Feb 21, 2015

    INDIANAPOLIS - The Bengals came to the NFL scouting combine looking for speed and found plenty of it Saturday when the wide receivers ran.

  • Notes: Pollak released; Bengals eye backers and rushers

    Posted Feb 20, 2015

    INDIANAPOLIS - The Bengals moved on from valuable backup center-guard Mike Pollak when they released him Friday into free agency.

  • Lewis sees change within PBS walls

    Posted Feb 19, 2015

    INDIANAPOLIS - The player space at Paul Brown Stadium is undergoing a massive, multi-million dollar overhaul this offseason and while the sledgehammers are knocking down walls, head coach Marvin Lewis is banking on more subtle changes as the Bengals begin The Drive for Five.

  • Quick hits: Newman wants to keep playing; Waiting on Gresham

    Posted Feb 19, 2015

    INDIANAPOLIS - A few quick hits after Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis and offensive coordinator Hue Jackson met the media Thursday at the NFL scouting combine:

  • Bengals Fans Can See New Jungle For Just $35 per game

    Posted Feb 19, 2015

    As the Bengals drive in 2015 for a fifth straight playoff berth, fans can enjoy season tickets at similar prices to last year, with a new entry price of $35 per game, the lowest available at Paul Brown Stadium since 2003.

  • Tackling the formula

    Posted Feb 18, 2015

    INDIANAPOLIS - There are not a lot of dancing bears at offensive tackle at this NFL scouting combine. But there are plenty of maulers. Will any be good enough for the Bengals to consider at No. 21? Or do they go with a pass rusher?

  • Hobson's Choice: drafting and dealing

    Posted Feb 18, 2015

    James Wright is Exhibit A of how Mike Brown views the draft process.

  • Combine-ing efforts

    Posted Feb 17, 2015

    The NFL draft process has delicate dance partners. There is the brute reality of the prospect’s college tape. Meanwhile, the NFL Scouting Combine that opens Wednesday in Indianapolis supplies sheer data that is seductive and dangerous eye candy for scouts. Prospects and teams are looking for a balance.

  • New motion gives McCarron lift

    Posted Feb 13, 2015

    Bengals rookie quarterback A.J. McCarron, pleased with what amounts to a new throwing motion, finished a week-long stint with quarterback guru Dr. Tom House and his staff Friday and plans to return two more times before training camp.

  • A glance ahead

    Posted Feb 12, 2015

    According to the 2014 NFL rankings in offense, defense, and special teams, the Bengals begin their drive for five bracing to play half of the league’s top ten teams. The 2015 matchups at Paul Brown Stadium feature No. 2 Baltimore, No. 4 Seattle, and No. 10 Kansas City.

  • Bengals playing (time) zones

    Posted Feb 11, 2015

    With the Bengals staring at four games in the Pacific and Mountain Time zones during the upcoming season, they could be looking at their first week-long road trip in their 13 years under head coach Marvin Lewis.

  • Hobson's Choice: next moves

    Posted Feb 10, 2015

    Readers are wondering about the Bengals' next moves with free agency now a month away.

  • A Hall hiss for The Rattler

    Posted Feb 10, 2015

    Rick “Goose,” Gossellin of the Dallas Morning News, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame senior committee that chooses Hall finalists, stated Ken Riley’s case Tuesday on the web site

  • Dean Smith: an appreciation

    Posted Feb 9, 2015

    Brian Simmons never met Dean Smith. Not in person, anyway. But long before he became the most versatile linebacker in Bengals history and then continued his NFL journey as a college scout for the Jaguars, Simmons wore Carolina blue because of Dean Edwards Smith.

  • Paul Brown's Green Room

    Posted Feb 8, 2015

    The greatest Green Room in the history of the Orange and Black gathered in a Paul Brown Stadium suite Sunday night. Four of the best analysts in the game talked P.B. and what's next for his game.

  • Post card from Marvelous Marv

    Posted Feb 5, 2015

    Looking for a pick-me-up in the dark, dank, bleak days of nothingness between the Super Bowl and the NFL scouting combine?

  • It's not always in the stars

    Posted Feb 4, 2015

    On a day like Wednesday, George Iloka is a stout reminder there is no map quest or Google alert or Instagram as a guide to an NFL career.

  • Hobson's Choice: more issues and answers

    Posted Feb 3, 2015

    The readers have issues and we have some answers. One of them is we think running back Giovani Bernard can have 60 catches next season.

  • Four takes for four rings

    Posted Feb 2, 2015

    Four takes on four Super Bowl rings.

  • Wait could be great for Anderson

    Posted Jan 31, 2015

    PHOENIX, Ariz. - The good news is that Ken Anderson has some influential supporters on the senior committee of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, which goes a long way in securing his induction. The bad news is that it might take five to 10 more years. But it may be the one time later is as good as sooner.

  • Hill still gets thrill

    Posted Jan 31, 2015

    PHOENIX, Ariz. - The blazer was by Tallia Orange. The shoes were by Johnston and Murphy. The pocket square was by The Tie Bar. The player was by the Bengals. Second round. Pick No. 55. But Jeremy Hill's old college teammate got Saturday night's hardware.

  • Kenny Anderson's numbers weren't inflated

    Posted Jan 31, 2015

    PHOENIX, Ariz. - Jeff Blake said he deflated the ball and Boomer Esiason said he didn’t much care, as long as punter Lee Johnson didn’t turn it into “a balloon ball.”

  • Call of Fame

    Posted Jan 31, 2015

    PHOENIX, Ariz. - There was an esoteric production meeting not too long ago when Cris Collinsworth asked Patriots head coach Bill Belichick about Pro Bowl nose tackle Vince Wilfork’s technique of jamming his hands into an offensive lineman at just the right instant to render him useless.

  • Notes: Collinsworth still searching for ring; Bengals sweep Pollards; Hawk still keeps tabs

    Posted Jan 30, 2015

    PHOENIX, Ariz. - When the ball is kicked off Sunday at University of Phoenix Stadium (6:30 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 5), Cris Collinsworth will have officially announced more Super Bowls than he appeared in as a player.

  • Winston, Bengals eye encore

    Posted Jan 29, 2015

    PHOENIX, Ariz. - Right tackle Eric Winston says there is mutual interest in him returning to the Bengals next season after both were impressed with each other in the final month of the season.

  • All in a Row

    Posted Jan 29, 2015

    PHOENIX, Ariz. - You never know who you’re going to meet on Radio Row at the Super Bowl. We bumped into a few.

  • Hobson's Choice: airing it out

    Posted Jan 29, 2015

    PHOENIX, Ariz. - We'll take one DeflateGate question even though it involves two of my least favorite subjects of all-time: science and politics.

  • Pats kept moving after they moved on to Cincinnati

    Posted Jan 28, 2015

    PHOENIX, Ariz. - The Patriots are in the same bunker out here during Super Bowl week. You remember. The one they crawled out of back on the night of Oct. 5.

  • What goes around...

    Posted Jan 27, 2015

    PHOENIX, Ariz. - This is the tabloid Super Bowl complete with the steamy headlines of deceit and a quick tease for the betrayal sound bite. But for quarterback Boomer Esiason and others from the No Huddle Bengals, the New England offense is what he calls “poetry.”

  • Tez, Geno eye comebacks

    Posted Jan 26, 2015

    PHOENIX, Ariz. - Two guys the Bengals defense needs to return to optimum form are staring at different stages of their comeback from knee surgery.

  • Huber gets a kick

    Posted Jan 26, 2015

    GLENDALE, Ariz. - He took just one snap Sunday night, but punter Kevin Huber gave Bengaldom one of its best Pro Bowl moments ever at University of Phoenix Stadium as he helped Team Irving post a 32-28 fourth-quarter victory.

  • Brees picks up Dalton

    Posted Jan 26, 2015

    GLENDALE, Ariz. - Saints perennial Pro Bowl quarterback Drew Brees, whose first four full seasons were good but not quite as good as Andy Dalton’s four-year career, empathized with the Bengals quarterback after Sunday night’s Pro Bowl here at University of Phoenix Stadium.

  • A Pro Bowl celebration

    Posted Jan 25, 2015

    PHOENIX, Ariz. - About 20 of his family members and friends have turned the Arizona Biltmore into Anderson Township West as they celebrated Bengals punter Kevin Huber's first Pro Bowl berth.

  • Carter looks for a Green-Dalton finish

    Posted Jan 25, 2015

    GLENDALE, Ariz. - Cris Carter has a plan in Sunday’s Pro Bowl (8 p.m.-ESPN) involving the Bengals when his team goes against Team Irvin.

  • It's all in the (index) cards

    Posted Jan 24, 2015

    MOBILE, Ala. - This is how long and well the Bengals have been drafting offensive tackles: One of the leading prospects here this week at the Reese’s Senior Bowl, LSU left tackle La’el Collins, grew up in Baton Rouge playing high school and college ball with Bengals running back Jeremy Hill. But he says he was too young to remember current Bengals left tackle Andrew Whitworth helping lead LSU to a national championship.

  • Running with the Bucks

    Posted Jan 23, 2015

    MOBILE, Ala. - Ohio State wide receiver Devin Smith is still in the tornado as he shoots from the national championship whirlwind into the NFL maelstrom here at the Reese’s Senior Bowl. When his Buckeyes get feted in town Saturday, he’ll be playing for the North (4 p.m.-NFL Network) against the South to begin his efforts to cap it all off with a high selection in the NFL Draft.

  • Hobson's Choice: needs and deeds

    Posted Jan 22, 2015

    MOBILE, Ala. - The readers weigh-in as the draft season gets underway. And don't forget free agents.

  • Lewis: no status quo

    Posted Jan 21, 2015

    MOBILE, Ala. - Marvin Lewis points to Bengals president Mike Brown’s aggressive posture in the young offseason as the club eyes shoring up several positions in the draft, as well as free agency. "He's leading the charge," against the status quo, Lewis says.

  • Sr. Bowl notes: Lewis on DeflateGate; Bengals looking at free agency; Lewis talks Joseph; Tez target

    Posted Jan 21, 2015

    MOBILE, Ala. - Marvin Lewis didn’t take his ball and go home when he sat down with a couple of local scribes during Wednesday afternoon’s South practice at the Reese’s Senior Bowl.

  • On the fence

    Posted Jan 21, 2015

    MOBILE, Ala. - James Urban likes to find receivers on the fence at the Senior Bowl. But the Bengals aren't on the fence about trying to add at least one wide receiver.

  • Honors: MVP

    Posted Jan 20, 2015 Honors Andrew Whitworth as MVP.

  • Sr. Bowl notes: Jax wants greatness; Dalton surprised; Report says Joseph staying

    Posted Jan 20, 2015

    MOBILE, Ala. – With Rex Ryan now the head coach in Buffalo, Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson has gone from head coaching candidate to second year in command of an offense he expects to be a lot better than 15th in the NFL.

  • O-Line Paves Way For Redemption In Cleveland

    Posted Dec 17, 2014

    Here’s a key lesson from the Bengals 30-0 win over Cleveland: The video screen is more powerful than the bulletin board.

  • Bengals WR Ochocinco taking his shot at professional soccer

    Posted Mar 23, 2011

    Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco has started his tryout with Kansas City's MLS soccer team.

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