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Bengals tight end Jermaine Gresham exited the team's preseason game Thursday with an apparent knee injury.Fantasy Spin:According to NFL.com, Gresham appeared to hyperextend his right knee during a 25-yard catch in the first quarter. The tight end limped on the sidelines but didn't show any signs of a serious injury. He didn't return to the game.
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ATLANTA (AP) -- Cincinnati Bengals tight end Jermaine Gresham injured his right knee late in the first quarter of a preseason game against the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday night.
He was not expected to return to the game.
Gresham, a Pro Bowl alternate pick last year in his second season, caught a 25-yard pass from quarterback Andy Dalton to help set up a long field goal that gave...
According to Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com, Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis indicated that tight end Jermaine Gresham is fine after last night’s preseason game.
“Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis said after the 24-19 win that tight end Jermane Gresham was fine. When Gresham walked off the field he said he was fine and thought he could play next week, but he doesn’t know...
In 2011, the Cincinnati Bengals had lady luck on their side.
With a rookie quarterback (Andy Dalton) passing to a rookie No. 1 wideout (AJ Green) in a West Coast offense called by first-year coordinator Jay Gruden - the upstart Bengals shocked the league, as their 6-2 record through eight games led the AFC North.
Then, in Week 10 of the regular season, the hated Pittsburgh Steelers...
We welcome Mr. Timm Bates back to the program this week. Timm was fortunate enough to get some good seats at last Friday night’s preseason opener vs the Jets and tells us a bit about his experience.
In this week’s show:
Timm tells us about his Friday night at PBS
Timm says that Tim Tebow, NOT Mark Sanchez, is the better quarterback of the two
Injuries plagued the Bengals win...
ATLANTA-Even in defeat the Falcons first team offense continues to look nice in pre-season action. QB Matt Ryan continued to hit a variety of targets including his apparent main man Julio Jones.
Ryan went 18-of-21 for 174 yards and a touchdown as he took the Falcons to a halftime lead of 13-10.
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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Cincinnati Bengals have waived wide receiver Jordan Shipley who’s benn working his way back from ACL surgery. If he clears waivers, the Bengals could end up placing him on season ending injured reserve.
Bengals today waived WR Jordan Shipley and K Thomas Weber.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 17, 2012
The Bengals faced probably their toughest test of the preseason against an Atlanta Falcons team that is going to be pretty good this year. Really good, actually. Fortunately, this game brought fewer injuries, with both Gresham and Burfict being sat more for precautionary reasons than anything else. Click to the jump to choose one or more questions to sound off about PSG2.
The loss of Travelle Wharton with a knee injury last week was evident on some plays, as blitz overloads forced Andy Dalton to run right in order to avoid the hit.
Dalton’s connection for a 50-yard touchdown to A.J. Green caught Asante Samuel napping, as Dalton hit Green in stride after beating the veteran corner by a good two or three steps.
At this point last season, you would have been hard pressed to find anyone that believed the Bengals would be a respectable football team, much less a playoff contender.
Fast forward to today.
The Bengals are considered a legitimate threat to unseat the Ravens and the Steelers as the dominant teams in the AFC North, and the Bengals' hopes and dreams for 2012 hinge on...
In what we can only hope is a one-time experiment, FOX introduced the “Goose Cam” during tonight’s Falcons-Bengals pre-season broadcast, giving viewers a wildly unnecessary view of Tony Siragua, their portly and distracting sideline analyst:
Worst. Idea. Ever. (Image via SBNation.com)
Early in the game, Siragusa gave us a tour of his on-field rig, where he spends most of...
Brian Leonard of the Cincinnati Bengals facemasked this Atlanta Falcon’s player and than had the ball completely knocked out of his hands. This stuff drives coaches crazy.