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1. James Harrison's aversion to Hard Knocks:James Harrison discussed his reasons why he wasn't very fond of Hard Knocks' cameras attending the Cincinnati Bengals' training camp.He said, "I don't feel they deserve to be here. They did nothing to be here other than they want to be here. They didn't put no blood, sweat and tears into any of this. All these men here, they've done that. They did nothing. No one deserves to see this, to come inside unless you're part of this."Do you agree with Harrison? Or is he making a big deal out of nothing?2. Another Vontaze Burfict altercation?!Vontaze Burfit and tight end Jermaine Gresham got into an altercation after Gresham caught a pass over the middle, and Burfict reportedly "made sure he wasn't going anywhere".Words were exchanged between the two as the helmets were grill-to-grill, along with some pushing and shoving. After Burfict's altercation with Atlanta Falcons' running back ...
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It’s clear through the first two weeks of HBO’s Hard Knocks, which is chronicling the Cincinnati Bengals through training camp this year, that new Bengals linebacker James Harrison isn’t a fan of being on TV.
In the season’s first episode, cameras caught Harrison doing a radio interview in the Bengals locker room. Harrison was conducting the interview like a normal human...
Jermaine Gresham had a nice catch to open the series for Cincinnati and exploded into a Falcons’ rookie cornerback by the sideline to gain an extra few yards. If you caught the first episode of “Hard Knocks” last week, it was on par with the Oklahoma Drill faceoff between him and Geno Atkins.
However, there wasn’t much else noteworthy in the opening series by the...
CINCINNATI Hard Knocks takes viewers into the secretiveworld of football, the mind of a coach. Coaches will allow some thoughts tocome out through the media but only to a point. Rarely do you get the fullextent what coaches are thinking like you did in this weeks episode when thesubject of the Bengals backup quarterbacks was featured.Josh Johnson and John Skelton have their positive...
At first look, you may not think that Giovani Bernard is much of a threat against opposing defenses. And at 5’9” he’s not a very tall guy, compared to other NFL players. But then he packs 209 pounds into that small frame along with hard hits and quick moves and you see why the Cincinnati Bengals are excited about having him on their team.Bernard was the first running back...
The big news from last night’s episode of Hard Knocks had to be that Bengals defensive end Margus Hunt, an Estonian-born, SMU trained…
Who dey think gonna beat dem Bengals? Everyone, if Cincinnati Bengals star wide receiver
A.J. Green would be out for any length of time.
Fortunately, for Bengals Jungle, Green is back.
Sessler of NFL.com reports that Green, who suffered a bruised knee late in
July, returned to practice on Wednesday.
Green has been diligently rehabbing his knee and though he declares...
CINCINNATI (AP) -- Bengals receiver A.J. Green returned to practice on a limited basis Wednesday, ending a nearly three-week absence because of a bruised knee.
Green was allowed to participate in non-contact drills only. The All-Pro receiver said the team was being cautious, easing him in slowly.
"I am back to 100 percent," Green said. "They just don't want to...
The second episode of this season of “Hard Knocks” saw the Bengals practicing on a sandlot pockmarked with anthills and snake holes prior to their opening preseason game with the Falcons. Given that the practice went off without a significant injury, Mike Brown will surely feel emboldened to fire whatever remains of his ground crew.There was also much talk about player girlfriends...
Bengals star wide receiver A.J. Green returned to practice after missing practice time and the first preseason game due to a knee injury.Fantasy Spin:He has had plenty of time to recover so this shouldn't affect his value. He's a top-five fantasy option at the wideout position.
James Harrison was a star of the first episode of "Hard Knocks" without trying. Or because he tried hard not to try.The Bengals' linebacker hasn't been shy about voicing his preference not to have the NFL Films cameras around for training camp and preseason.
"Why do I have such an aversion to the Hard Knocks cameras? I dont feel they deserve to be here,...
“Hello? Outside world? I’d like to get these goddamn cameras out of my face.”Brutal reality has set in quickly this year on “Hard Knocks”. Last week’s episode of ended on the downer of undrafted-local-player-trying-to-make-good Larry Black dislocating his ankle after showing marked improvement during training camp, a season-ending storyline that in the past has come...
If you watched the first episode of HBO’s “Hard Knocks” Cincinnati Bengals edition last week, you must agree that the funniest part of the show was when linebacker James Harrison, was being blatantly disrespectful to the show’s cameras, closing doors in their faces, even going as far as showing them his middle finger.
Well according to Jeff Schwab of Yahoo! Sports, Harrison...
Earnhardt/Ganassi Racing made a shocking announcement Tuesday afternoon that NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Juan Pablo Montoya would not return to the team in 2014.
Montoya is a free agent after the year and his contract will not be renewed.
The biggest reason is EGR likely thought it was time to bring up developmental driver Kyle Larson.
The 21-year old kid from California came...