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CINCINNATI Theres not a lot of oooing and ahhhhing that comes from watching the defensive line of a football team practice. Receivers get to make diving catches from quarterbacks who throw the ball 40 yards downfield. Defensive backs can make interceptions and running back get to show off their speed and power.
Defensive linemen? Theyre not allowed to hit the quarterback and its hard to fully simulate the play-by-play grinding and shoulder pad smacking that goes on in the trenches. Its tough to get a full appreciation for this Bengals position group but watch them everyday going through their drills helps give one a sense of how good they are. They are methodical, attentive and diligent about their work whether anyone is watching or not.
Its the best in the NFL, said offensive tackle Anthony Collins. Hes admittedly biased toward his teammates from the opposite side of the ball but theyve earned their way to at least be part of the argument.
Three years ago the combination of ta...
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You may think you have an awesome beard, but you don’t. This Bengals fan, who showed up to Cincinnati training camp with a 6-pack of beer firmly ensconced in his mess of facial hair, now he has one awesomely tremendous beard. Even QB Andy Dalton is impressed with the beer toting beard’s winning combination of style and functionality. [@SportingNews] The post Bengals fan shows...
CINCINNATI - Right tackle Andre Smith said Monday he felt fine despite some rustiness after being on a football field with his teammates for the first time since last January's playoff loss at Houston. Smith, the Bengals' No. 1 draft choice in 2009, had missed all of the team's offseason workouts, including a mandatory minicamp, as he was dealing with some undisclosed...
Check out this photo of a Bengals fan with a beard full of beer cans. All I can do is laugh… Very weird. We're fascinated by dude's beer-can beard. Can you do this? First five who send visual evidence get @ajc T. pic.twitter.com/3mx0GCIvI5 — ajc sports editor (@ajcsportseditor) July 30, 2013 Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Bengals fan...
The Cincinnati Bengals open up training camp with A.J. Green as their number one receiver, and a battle between Mohamed Sanu, Marvin Jones, and Brandon Tate for the number two receiver spot.
Marvin Jones, the second year man out of the University of California, caught 18 passes last year for 201 yards and one touchdown. Late in the season, Bengals’ QB Andy Dalton started targeting...
Giovani Bernard lined up in the backfield, caught a short pass and made a quick plant-and-cut move to avoid a linebacker and head into the open field.
The Bengals have a much different look with their rookie running back.
Cincinnati has tried for years to get more of a pass-catching threat in their backfield. Bernard, a second-round pick from North Carolina, has provided it during...
CINCINNATI Like the first umpires yell of Play Ball! the first crack of the football pads signals a change of seasons. Fall arrived in Cincinnati on Sunday as the Bengals practiced in full pads for the first time this training camp.
The day included the running of the Oklahoma drill, a series of one-on-one battles between offense and defense that produces pancake blocks, big hits...
I’m not sure what to write about this one. Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton is seen shaking hands with a bearded Bengals fan at training camp. No big deal, until you realize this fan’s beard is holding a six pack of beer. Most people would probably get a chuckle after seeing something like this, but it’s probably safe to say that the Bengals coaching staff was worried...
The Cincinnati Bengals fan's beard is epic enough to hold six beers and draw props from quarterback Andy Dalton. Seriously, just a straight legend right here.
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JOE KAY AP Sports Writer No question who's one of the early stars of filming for the Cincinnati Bengals' latest appearance on ''Hard Knocks.'' When the camera crews shoot footage of people catching the ball, rookie tight end Tyler Eifert is often in the frame.
Just as planned.
The 21st overall pick out of Notre Dame was expected...