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Jermaine Gresham, TE, Cincinnati Bengals
FANTASY FOOTBALL ANALYSIS
Jermaine Gresham has done the one thing that you look for in young tight ends. He has consistently improved across the board statistically, improving in receptions, yardage, average yards per catch and has hovered around 5 touchdowns a season in his 3-year career.
The former Oklahoma star surpassed 700 receiving yards this year, going for 737 and has opened the eyes of a lot of fantasy football enthusiasts along with the fans of the Cincinnati Bengals.
Look for Gresham to continue to impress, health permitting, as he should continue his uphill climb to becoming one of the more reliable tight ends in the game. His skill-set is there, so as long as his desire is present, he should prove to be a solid TE2 in deeper fantasy leagues with the possibility to jump into the low TE1 tier.
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In the first few days of free agency, the Bengals are generally about as active as a university library on a Friday night. This year is shaping up no differently. If you were watching the headlines over the weekend for teams looking to bring in new guys, you saw plenty of teams being discussed. But the Bengals were not one of them.
That is not to say that the Bengals have not been...
The Bengals beat the free agency starting gun by re-signing defensive end Wallace Gilberry on Tuesday.
Terms of the deal were not released but according to ProFootballTalk.com Gilberry will receive a three-year deal worth 6.75 million. Gilberry, who was signed as a free agent after being released by Tampa Bay on Sept. 14 last year, played in 14 games plus the playoffs for the Bengals...
The Cincinnati Bengals are coming off back-to-back playoff appearances. They are loaded with young, talented players. It seems they are a team ready to contend and still on the rise.The Bengals have already started bringing back some of their numerous free agents before they're gobbled up by other teams. The special teams unit is pretty much intact with the signings of punter...
The clock has struck midnight, or in this case 4 p.m., and the new NFL calendar year has begun. With the new year comes the start of free agency. The Bengals have as much space under the NFLs 123 million salary cap as any team but their main goal, as stated by head coach Marvin Lewis at the combine, is to sign back as many of their own players as possible.
They will look around at...
Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com writes that Cincinnati “would like to strike a deal” with free agent DE Robert Geathers.
The Bengals have already franchised Michael Johnson and re-signed Wallace Gilberry to a three-year contract last weekend.
Despite having plenty of cap space to work with, there hasn’t been a lot of speculation regarding potential free agent...
According to Geoff Hobson, sources say that the Bengals and defensive end Robert Geathers have come to terms on a new contract.
Geathers has been a solid rotational player for Cincinnati and contributed three sacks in a limited role in 2012. In 2013, he’ll look to split repetitions and compete for time with Carlos Dunlap, another solid lineman.
Cincinnati is starting off free...
We go through this every year. The doors to the candy store burst open, and all the kids on the street flood the shop with gluttonous screams as they race toward the prizes of NFL Free Agency they have been dreaming of for months. Meanwhile, Bengals fans sit outside on the curb watching all of the fun because Dad won’t part with our allowance just yet.
It stinks to watch. Every...