Found July 15, 2013 on
Fox Sports Ohio:
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
CINCINNATI Monday was all about the future for the Bengals.
The team first wrapped up dealings with its rookie draft class when it signed first-round tight end Tyler Eifert to a four-year contract. Later in afternoon, shortly after the NFL deadline to sign franchise player Michael Johnson to a long-term deal passed, they reportedly came to terms with fellow defensive end Carlos Dunlap on a six-year extension.
Training camp begins one week from Thursday at Paul Brown Stadium. At that point all attention will be on the present, but Monday was another example of the Bengals setting themselves up for future success through the business side of their operations.
Yes, you can re-read that last sentence again, out loud if you want. The franchise that used to be scoffed at for its spendthrift ways has repeatedly shoved that reputation aside the past half-dozen years with smart, calculated moves.
The Bengals were able to identify and re-sign 14 of 23 players from last years team who...
BEST OF MAXIM
You may want to get a tissue. We often find ourselves in discussions where he talk about how we became fans of the team’s we root for. No story can top that of Jack Hoffman. You may remember Jack as the young boy who was diagnosed with cancer and developed a relationship with former Nebraska Cornhuskers running back Rex Burkhead. This past April, Jack was allowed to participate...
The Cincinnati Bengals have announced that they’ve sign first round pick, tight end Tyler Eifert.
The 10th and final #Bengals draft pick is in the fold as first-round TE @EiferTy85 has signed on the dotted line. #WhoDey
— Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals) July 15, 2013
Need NFL Tickets?
The post Bengals sign 1st round pick Tyler Eifert appeared first on...
Tyler Eifert, the 21st overall pick in the 2013 NFL draft has agreed with the Cincinnati Bengals on a four-year contract. Eifert has been making a “big impression” during this off-season’s OTA’s and has convinced coaches and teammates alike that he has a bright future in the league.
Eifert will pair with Jermaine Gresham to form a formidable 1-2 combo, with the rookie being...
Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer previewed the not-too-distant future for the Cincinnati Bengals Monday afternoon.
While explaining most of the Bengals defensive line and key players like Andy Dalton and A.J. Green could all be in line for new deals, Reedy proposed the question of who would have to go in order for all these extensions to work financially. In his eyes, it would...
The Cincinnati Bengals tied up one of their own today, signing left end Carlos Dunlap to a six-year, $40 million deal despite having already franchised Michael Johnson for the 2013 season.
Dunlap, who had a season that was affected by injuries in 2012, has enormous upside and has the potential to be a key cog to their defensive line for years to come.
The move all but guarantees...
Even though the Bengals failed to sign defensive end Michael Johnson to a long term deal, they made sure to secure Carlos Dunlap.
Dunlap, who has silently become a force for the Bengals defensive was reward today with a six-year $40 million extension.
Dunlap will earn $18.7 million between now and the 2014 training camp, and then a total of $20 million over the following two seasons...
Carlos Dunlap has quietly become a force for the Bengals after entering the NFL on bad terms coming out of Florida.
Today the Bengals rewarded his stellar play with a six-year $40 million extension according to Pro Football Talk. The Bengals had failed to get defensive end Michael Johnson signed to a long term deal, but Dunlap jumped at a new deal.
Dunlap will earn $18.7 million...
Cincinnati Bengals 2013 season preview
Listen to internet radio with Shotguns and Sundresses on BlogTalkRadio
Seth has Joe Goodberry from Cincy Jungle to give you his Cincinnati Bengals 2013 season preview.
What does Joe think of the Bengals off season moves, draft and what kind of pressure is on Andy Dalton? Fast forward to the 3:30 mark and find out.
Note: Sorry about the...
Cincinnati Bengals’ defensive back Adam Jones has had his share of issues with the law. Seemingly, it seems the man formerly known as Pacman has turned his life around. And despite being arrested last month after allegedly punching a woman, he’s hoping by sharing his story, he can help kids avoid problems he went through.
Via USAToday, Jones says he wants to be honest with the...
While everyone was watching to see if the Cincinnati Bengals would sign Michael Johnson to a long-term contract before the franchise-tag deadline, the team was working on an extension with another defensive end.
The Bengals agreed to a six-year deal with Carlos Dunlap that's worth $40 million plus another $4.5 million in escalators, a source told FOX Sports. The deal includes...
It must be frustrating to be a Bengals fan. They entered the off-season off of back-to-back post-season appearances and among the most cap space in the NFL, yet not only did they do nothing to really improve their roster, they also didn’t lock up any of their young talent long term, with the exception of right tackle Andre Smith. Geno Atkins, Michael Johnson, and Carlos...