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The Cincinnati Bengals agreed to a 3 year deal terms have not been released. Green-Ellis assumed the starting halfback position in 2010 where he gained over 1,000 yards. Green-Ellis’s 2011 campaign didn’t produce as many yards but he excelled in short yardage situations.
A four year veteran Green-Ellis has never fumbled in his NFL career (536 carries and catches) and proved to be a reliable north south power runner. He’s a solid pass blocker who rarely was out of place.
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A person familiar with the negotiations says former Patriots running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis has agreed to a deal with the Cincinnati Bengals, who need someone to replace Cedric Benson.
Green-Ellis spent four seasons with New England, carrying 181 times for 667 yards in 2011 with 11 touchdowns. Various reports had him agreeing to a three-year deal.
The Bengals are expected to...
CINCINNATI (AP) -- Running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis signed a three-year deal on Thursday, giving the Cincinnati Bengals another option out of the backfield.
Green-Ellis replaces Cedric Benson, a free agent after leading the Bengals in rushing each of the last four seasons. Cincinnati also has Bernard Scott and Brian Leonard in the backfield. The Bengals also might take a runner...
In most cases, there can be unrest in locker rooms due to the lack of team chemistry. However, in the case of the Cincinnati Bengals cheerleaders, the "Ben-Gals," theirs is divided because some of the girls have breast implants. Laura Vikmanis, 43, is the oldest cheerleader on the squad. She recently told the Cincinnati Enquirer that "the most prominent division on...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Cincinnati Bengals have signed free agent running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis to a three-year deal. We don’t know the specific numbers of the deal at this time.
Now that the Bengals have moved on from Cedric Benson, Green-Ellis will give them a nice veteran presence in their back field.
Green-Ellis carried the ball 181 times for 667 yards...
With there being plenty of concerns about the state of the Bengals' secondary, there has been a ray of hope the past couple weeks in the comeback of Leon Hall.
Four months after tearing his Achilles in a Week 10 loss to the Steelers, Hall is doing running and backpedaling as he has still targeted a return for the start of training camp.
"In six weeks I made a lot of inroads...
Over the weekend, my frustration was beginning to mount as many teams made free agent moves while the Bengals sat idle. Well, the Bengals’ front office have finally found first gear and have begun to pile a few free agents into Mike Brown’s mighty Ford Fiesta. I wouldn’t call free agency a big win as [...]
Cincinnati Bengals safety Chris Crocker suggested he and several other players were happy to see the back of Hines Ward after the decorated former Steelers wideout announced his retirement.
A tearful Ward called time on his career Tuesday following his release by Pittsburgh after 14 seasons.
He departs as franchise leader with 1,000 catches -- which ranks eighth on the NFL'...
The Bengals got so representation now T...
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I was really hoping for Mike Bush to land here, but the Bengals got themselves a younger, more solid version of Cedric Benson instead. The Law Firm may get busy with this team and its run ins with the Po-Pos, but expect BJGE to FINALLY get a real, consistent workload. The Bengals WANT...
The Cincinnati Bengals agreed to a three-year contract with running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis on Thursday.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed for Green-Ellis, who spent the past four seasons with the New England Patriots.
Green-Ellis, 26, has been a workmanlike back, rushing for 1,000 yards only once (1,008 in 2010-11), but he has amassed 24 touchdowns in the past two seasons...
The Bengals are reportedly finalizing a deal for running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis.
The Patriots were interested in re-signing Green-Ellis, but apparently is getting a better deal with Cincinnat - but a boost in carries is not guaranteed if Cedric Benson departs, as the Bengals could still add a promising running back early in Aprils Draft, such as David Wilson. And...
On Tuesday, Hines Ward announced his retirement with an emotional speech during which he pronounced himself a Steeler for life. To many, Ward epitomizes the way the wide receiver position should be played. He did more than just catch 1,000 passes, reel in 85 touchdowns and win two Super Bowls during his 14-year career in Pittsburgh. Ward also played the game with the toughness of...
After a slow first few days of free agency, the Bengal have suddenly been extremely busy. After adding OG Travelle Wharton, CB Jason Allen, re-signing S Reggie Nelson, and getting the “lawfirm” BenJarvus Green-Ellis, word came tonight that they have brought back CB Adam Jones. The Enquirer’s Joe Reedy Tweeted the following message about two [...]
Can you believe it’s been 48 days since our last podcast? With Free Agency and the new league year kicking off last week, there couldn’t be a better time for us to return! Joining us this week is Bengals.com’s Geoff “Butch” Hobson where he helps us break down the Bengals early moves in Free Agency. [...]
The Denver Broncos signed free agent wide receiver Andre Caldwell to a two-year deal Wednesday.
Caldwell has spent his first four seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals, snaring a career-high 51 catches in 2009-10.
He had 37 receptions for 317 yards and three touchdowns last season.