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The Bengals today signed head coach Marvin Lewis to a two-year contract extension, running through the 2014 season.
Lewis has led the Bengals to the playoffs in two of the last three seasons, including 2011, and to three postseasons overall, with two AFC North Division championships.
Coming off a playoff finish last year, with a solid coaching staff and good young players, continuity at the top gives us our best chance to do well, said Bengals president Mike Brown. We are excited about the teams prospects and happy to have completed this process with Marvin before the 2012 preseason schedule begins.
Lewis is in his 10th season as Bengals head coach, already the most in franchise history. He ranks third in the NFL in longest current tenure with one team, behind only Philadelphias Andy Reid and New Englands Bill Belichick. The Bengals are one of only 10 teams, less than a third of the NFL, to have reached the playoffs twice in the last three years. They also are in a minority of teams...
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Bengals coach Marvin Lewis has received a two-year contract extension through the 2014 season, extending the longest coaching tenure in franchise history.
Lewis is entering his 10th season as head coach, a club record. The Bengals are 69-74-1 under Lewis with three winning records in his nine seasons. They're 0-3 in the playoffs.
Lewis played out his contract during the 2009...
Twitter is one of my favorite tools as a fan and blogger. It allows me to keep up with players around the NFL, and sometimes even allows fans and players to interact on a more personal level than an autograph signing. That's why it pains me, to a small degree, that Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis has instituted a Twitter ban through training camp for all Bengals players.
This week we’ve got a special guest joining us from the United Kingdom, he’s our #1 Bengals fan, Mike Smith!
In this week’s show:
Marvin Lewis’s contract was extended to 2014
Training Camp tidbits
Preseason Rankings – do you take stock in them? We’ve seen the Bengals rated as high as 9 in some, and much much lower in others.
Where does the offense...
Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis told WLW radio in Cincy via ProFootballTalk.com, that he believes rookie cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick will be back in time for week one of the regular season.
“It’s really a minor injury and unfortunately too much has been made of this again,” Lewis said, before venting (again) regarding Kirkpatrick’s decision to talk...
Went to Training Camp on Monday and put together a quick montage video with a friend of mine.
Will be trying to do a couple different videos for those who cannot make it to Cincinnati & just because, well let’s face it, they’re fun to watch.
If you like what you see then hit me up on Twitter (@JoeskiBroski) and let me know what I did right/wrong/beautifully!
Also if you enjoy...
Bengals receiver Jordan Shipley has been cleared to practice, the final step in his comeback from reconstructive knee surgery.
Shipley tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee on Sept. 18. He was limited during drills in the offseason and wasn't allowed to practice when training camp opened on Friday.
He practiced for the first time on Monday, along with cornerback...
2011 in a Nutshell: 9-7AFC 6th Seed – Lost Wildcard Round
Last year was pegged as a growing year for Cincinnati, a rookie quarterback, rookie wide receiver, new offensive co-ordinator and all of one month to install everything thanks to the lockout. After starting out 1-2, the Bengals went on a 5 game winning streak in October to have them in contention for the AFC North crown...
FOXSports.com fantasy football editors Ryan Fowler and Joel Beall paid a visit to Paul Brown Stadium on the first day of Cincinnati Bengals training camp last Friday. Their mission was to get a better idea of which players to target outside of A.J. Green in 2012. Who is the #2 receiver? Is this a RBBC? Is Jermaine Gresham worth starting? Do the players realize how big fantasy football...
Comments on the Cincinnati Bengals by the AP Pro32 panel (ranking in parentheses):
CINCINNATI BENGALS (14)
Rich Gannon (CBS Sports/SiriusXM NFL Radio, 9): Maybe too high at 9, but I love the QB and both coordinators.
Alex Marvez (Foxsports.com, 9): Bengals shocked last season by making playoffs. Don't be surprised if deeper postseason run occurs with quarterback Andy Dalton...
The first thing you have to know about me is I’m a teacher. When the beginning of June comes I’ve got nothing but summer vacation on my mind. That means camping trips with the family, days at the pool with my boys and plenty of trips to Ohio to visit the folks. But even something as wonderful as summer vacation starts getting a little stale after awhile. However, there...