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The defensive end position was a bright spot for the 2011 Bengals, but with two departures and two acquisitions, the offseason proved to be tumultuous. Frostee Rucker signed with the Cleveland Browns, and Jonathan Fanene signed with the New England Patriots. Their replacements: former 8th overall draft picks Jamaal Anderson and Derrick Harvey.
Heading into training camp, many questions look to be answered. Who will start? Who will make the roster? And can this unit manage to top the production of the 2011 unit?</p>
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The Bengals bring back three defensive ends from the 2011 squad (<a href="http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/players/108410/carlos-dunlap">Carlos Dunlap</a>, Michael ...
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Earlier this week we examined different scenarios with two of Cincinnati's first-round draft selections from this year's NFL draft. We argued that cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick isn't likely to start the season against Baltimore, provided injuries aren't the cause for any temporary first-team promotion. However of the entire 2012 Bengals draft class, Kevin Zeitler has...
Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton did the unexpected in leading the Bengals to the playoffs during his rookie season.
Yet many are still eager to find a way to criticize the man. The latest criticism comes from CBSSPORTS and writer Ryan Wilson. Dalton came in number ten in the list of top ten players most likely to take a step back in 2012. Wilson wrote this about Dalton:
Can the Bengals make it back to the playoffs in 2012?
The experts over at The Sporting News are putting together 2012 Training Camp previews for each NFL team. In these previews, the publication is relying on local reporters who cover the team to provide insight. In this year’s case TSN leaned on The Cincinnati Enquirer’s Joe Reedy for a breakdown.
In it, Reedy goes over...
Terrell Owens and Drew Brees were spotted working out together in San Diego. Joining them was Carson Palmer, among others.
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="590"] Can the Bengals make it back to the playoffs in 2012?[/caption]
The experts over at The Sporting News are putting together 2012 Training Camp previews for each NFL team. In these previews, the publication is relying on local reporters who cover the team to provide insight. In this year's case TSN leaned...
With the start of training camps inching ever closer, we continue our look now at the offensive line situations in the AFC North. Yesterday we scouted the Baltimore Ravens offensive line and today we move forward with our look at the Cincinnati Bengals offensive line depth chart. The Bengals play the Pittsburgh Steelers in weeks 7 and 16 this year.
The Bengals offensive line ranked...
We have taken a look at several different positions in the AFC North throughout the last few weeks, this week we look at the tight end position. While the AFC North doesn’t have the stars like Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez they do have talent. Here is a list of the top-four tight ends and what we see in them for the coming season.1. Pittsburgh Steelers: Heath Miller
While much of the debate around the Cincinnati Bengals this offseason has focused on questions concerning Andy Dalton’s arm strength and his offseason focus on improving his deep ball, not enough attention has been given to a head coach entering his lame duck contract year. Dave, you brought up what should have been the biggest offseason priority, securing Marvin Lewis. For a man...