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With the Colts looking to fill many holes on their roster, and with them posessing the number one position on the waiver wire, it is expected that they will make many moves this week signing players cut by other teams. Their first such signing happened today.
The Colts claimed wide receiver Kashif Moore and waived-injured wide receiver Jarred Fayson. Moore was released by the Bengals as part of their cuts to get down to a 75-man roster. Source: SBNation.com
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Rookie cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick may not make his pro debut this week after all.
The Cincinnati Bengals' top draft pick had to sit out practice on Monday because his left knee was sore. He hurt the knee while working out over the summer and had to miss much of training camp and the first three preseason games.
Kirkpatrick was cleared to fully practice last week. Coach Marvin...
The Bengals haven’t had an elite defensive lineman since the days of Tim Krumrie. After just two years in the NFL, the Bengals may have finally found a player worthy of staking that claim in defensive tackle Geno Atkins .
The former Georgia Bulldog has come along way from being the 120th pick in the 2010 draft. Atkins was looked at as undersized as a defensive tackle who lacked...
Bengals center Kyle Cook has a foot injury that could sideline him for the season, another setback to Cincinnati's offensive line in the preseason.
Cook got hurt during a preseason game on Thursday night against Green Bay. He initially thought it was only a sprained ankle, but tests found more significant damage.
Cook was wearing a protective boot on his right foot on Tuesday...
For a young team like Cincinnati, the preseason is much more important than a veteran-heavy, time-tested squad.During their first offseason together, the burgeoning duo of Andy Dalton and A.J. Green have had time to absorb more of Jay Gruden’s playbook, notoriously thick in traditional Gruden style.With many players on the roster that have something to prove, during the preseason...
Bengals cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick sat out of Monday's practice with a sore left knee. Kirkpatrick was first cleared to practice last week after fracturing a bone in his left knee in July, days before the start of training camp. The 17th overall pick in the 2012 draft out of Alabama was pushing to see his first preseason action in Thursday's preseason finale at Indianapolis...
The Bengals lost more than just a game last week vs the Packers as it looks like starting center Kyle Cook is going to miss some extended time. Another big blow to an offensive line already without one starter. The Bengals wrap up their preseason this Thursday night in Indianapolis against Andrew Luck and the new look Colts.
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Bengals center Kyle Cook missed recent practices following Green Bay's win over Cincinnati last Thursday. He reportedly visited with foot specialists on Monday afternoon. Local 12 Sports Director Brad Johansen tweets that Cook's season could be over:
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The Bengals have signed center Jeff Faine to replace the injured Kyle Cook, who will miss considerable time - and possibly the season - because of injury.
The 31-year-old center started 15 games for Tampa Bay last season. He was released on March 14 and has been a free agent.
Cincinnati suddenly needed a center when tests found that Cook had a significant injury to his right foot...
The recovery plan for CB Dre Kirkpatrick, the Bengals' first-round pick, was for him to be gradually eased into practice last week, then placed into a full workload this week. He was expected to see the first game action of his NFL career Thursday against Indianapolis.
Well, that was the plan. But plan hit a hitch Monday when Kirkpatrick sat out practice because of soreness...
The Cincinnati Bengals have signed center Jeff Faine to a one-year deal.
Following a foot injury to starter Kyle Cook, the Bengals needed help at center. Faine passed his physical yesterday and signed after a workout for Cincinnati.
The move provides immediate veteran leadership for the offensive line, having played for the Cleveland Browns, New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers...
The Cincinnati Bengals have signed former Tampa Bay Buccaneers starting center Jeff Faine.