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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, former Bengals defensive end Antwan Odom is attempting a comeback in the NFL. Only heading into his age 31 season, Odom isn’t completely over the hill yet, but injuries forced him to play in just 6 games in 2009, 4 games in 2010, and left him without a contract in 2011. He also has a previous arrest. He’s supposedly healthy now and may get a few looks from teams as a pure flier.
In his prime, he was a talented player who managed 8 sacks in 6 games in 2009 and also had an 8 sack season in 2007 with Tennessee, his last 16 game season. Following that season, he received a lucrative contract from the Bengals, paying him 29.5 million over 5 years with 11.5 million guaranteed, but that was the highlight of his career as his tenure in Cincinnati was injury riddled to say the least. So far, he has, not surprisingly, generated no known interest.
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Class of 2013′s Bengals/Steelers 16-Person Suite Raffle
Proceeds to benefit Immaculate Conception Academy class of 2013 senior class trip to Rome, Italy.
We will be raffling off one 16-person suite for the Bengals/Steelers football game with a $500.00 food allowance.
When: Sunday, October 21st at 8:20 PM
Where: Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, OH
Grand Prize: One (16) person...
Since the Bengals' defensive line got most of the attention for the team's defensive success in 2011 and while the secondary needed the most work in the offseason, the team's linebackers kind of flew, and are somewhat still remaining, under the radar. Rey Maualuga was underwhelming in his first year as a starting middle linebacker and outside linebackers Manny Lawson...
Joining us this week on the program is Bengals.com’s Geoff Hobson. It’s always fun catching up with him because he is a Bengals encyclopedia.
In this week’s show:
We announce our #85for85 campaign. Check it out for a chance to win 2 tickets to the November 25th game against the Raiders!
Andy Dalton ranked 19th by Jaws
We sit down with Geoff Hobson
Presenting our top 20 players of 2012. Two notes to kick off our journey (in which we'll undoubtedly be wrong on every selection). We excluded rookies from our list this year because it didn't make sense. Along without having played a down in the NFL, rookies can't be categorically listed based on promise without a sense of history and we refuse to list them simply...
Going into 2011, I was skeptical if there was any Fantasy Value of the Cincinnati Bengals but lo and behold they showcased a couple of future stars in A.J Green and Andy Dalton. The Bengals experienced modest success by making the playoffs, but were quickly dispatched in the Wild Card round 31-10 by the Houston Texans. In order for the Bengals to build on the success of 2011...
Yesterday we took a look at teams that need to win the Super Bowl in the very near future, or it won't happen at all. As those teams' Super Bowl window closes, a handful of other teams are just coming into their own, and those are the teams I'd like to focus on today.
The Bengals' rise in the AFC North may coincide almost perfectly with the fall...
It's just common sense that the Cincinnati Bengals will likely release a cornerback or two from now until final cuts a week before the 2012 regular season launches. Will it be based on training camp and preseason production, or will there be a significant weight against players that earn the most? Let's take a look at scheduled salaries Bengals cornerbacks are expected...
Nate Clements‘ name has come up all too often in discussions about which cornerback will not make the roster in 2012. Skeptics point to his age. With Dre Kirkpatrick in waiting, there just isn’t any room for Nate. We push him out the door just as quickly as we welcomed him in. But most of [...]
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