Ten of the Bengals piled off the bus with their green bowling pins in hand, trophies from their first-place finish.
A boys' night out? Nope. End of their organized offseason workouts.
The Bengals finished three weeks of workouts by trying their hand at some other things. They went to Great American Ball Park and took batting practice on Tuesday night before the Reds' 12-4 loss to the Colorado Rockies. Linebacker J.K. Schaffer and a few other players reached the stands.
On the final day of OTAs on Wednesday, they loaded onto buses and headed to a bowling alley called ''Super Bowl'' for a different kind of team competition.
The 10-member team led by a guy from the Steelers won this Super Bowl trophy. Linebacker James Harrison was so excited that he tweeted updates and photos from the alley.
''It's a nice little release from being serious and getting at football all the time,'' said Schaffer, who was on Harrison's bowling team. ''Definitely a nice getaway. It was a lot of fun, too...