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Bengals tight end Jermaine Gresham (hamstring) missed practice Thursday, but returned to the field on Friday.Fantasy Spin:Gresham has emerged as a reliable option for fantasy owners, averaging 53.6 yards with three touchdowns on 23 receptions over the last five games. If Green's illness keeps him out of the lineup, Gresham would be in line for a huge number of targets.
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The Bengals will rely on newly-signed Josh Brown for kicking duties this Sunday.
With reports surfacing this week that placekicker Mike “Don’t call me Ted” Nugent tweaked a calf muscle in practice this week, the Bengals reacted quickly with the signing of former Ram and Seahawk Josh Brown. According to the reports, including from one today from the mothership, the Bengals...
Today the Bengals moved to assure depth along the offensive line in the wake of their short rental of place kicker Josh Brown. In case you missed it, Brown was signed earlier in the week to kick for Mike Nugent for one or two games after Nugent tweaked his calf muscle on his kicking leg in practice. To make room for Brown, the Bengals had released Center Jeff Faine.
The Bengals have signed kicker Josh Brown to fill in for the injured Mike Nugent, who hurt his right calf and didn't practice Wednesday.
Brown played five seasons with Seattle and four with St. Louis. He kicked for the Jets in preseason and was released on Aug. 27.
Also on Thursday, the Bengals (7-5) waived center Jeff Faine, opening the way for Kyle Cook to return from an...
Fantasy Football News - The Cincinnati Bengals will have place kicker Mike Nugent inactive for this week’s game due to a calf injury. In turn, the Bengals signed Brown, beating out both Neil Rackers and Billy Cundiff.
FFLockerRoom Take - While this news is only about a kicker, the reality is many fantasy teams set their teams and forget to keep track of their kicker from week...
The Bengals have activated center Kyle Cook off the injured reserve list, making him eligible to play on Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys at Paul Brown Stadium.
Cincinnati also waived receiver Armon Binns on Saturday. Binns played in eight games, starting two, and had 18 catches for 210 yards and a touchdown.
Cook hurt his right ankle during the final preseason game and needed...
The Bengals have signed kicker Josh Brown to replace the injured Mike Nugent (calf) in Week 14 against the Cowboys.Fantasy Spin:Brown kicked for the Rams in 2011-12, making 21-of-28 field goals. While Dallas has allowed the ninth-most fantasy points to kickers this season, you can probably find a safer option than Brown Sunday.
Adam “Pacman-Jones has always represented every negative cliché that has been associated with the NFL.
He was the kid that wasted his elite talent. He was the kid got into legal trouble.
He became the man that wasted his money making-it-rain in the club. He’s been the free agent that nobody ever wanted because of his bad attitude.
We can go on and on and on. Yet somehow life...
Bengals receiver A.J. Green missed Friday's practice due to illness. Hopefully it's something that won't last more than 24 hours or weaken him too much.Fantasy Spin:Green is the best receiver in the league not named Calvin Johnson. He's caught 76 balls for 1107 yards and 10 touchdowns.
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Dallas Cowboys (6-6) vs Cincinnati Bengals (7-5)
One of the bigger games of the week in terms of playoff implications features the Dallas Cowboys travelling to Cincinnati to take on the Bengals in afternoon play. Dallas is coming off a big win against the lowly Eagles, while the Bengals went on the road and took care of business in San Diego. Both teams will need a win to keep...
Dallas Cowboys (6-6) at Cincinnati Bengals (7-5)
Someone check me for a concussion because I like the Bengals this week. It’s not that the Bengals are bad or anything, but I just haven’t picked them yet this year. It’s nothing against them or anything and I haven’t really been missing out as they’re just 6-6 ATS, but for whatever reason, I’ve never seen Cincinnati as...
After getting whacked in the knee by my comrade DonnieRedboy yesterday (you’re still my bro, though!), I got to thinking about his comment that Dalton’s play in San Diego. He said: “The first thing that went wrong in SD was Dalton. He was not playing like the top caliber QB that he has been.” True, he did not look as sharp as he had in the previous three wins. That’s mainly...