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Last year, wide receiver Brandon Tate was picked up on waivers from the New England Patriots on the final day of roster cuts. He wasn't asked to contribute on offense at all, with only a handful of snaps at wide receiver and zero targets, but rather to become the team's primary kick and punt returner. Now, Tate has moved on to become a leading candidate to take the second wide receiver spot.
This year, a host of elusive, speedy players are on the team fighting for either of the two starting return positions. Head coach Marvin Lewis listed the candidates in a chat with Cincinnati.com last Wednesday:
Adam Jones will have an opportunity as well as Brandon Tate and Marvin Jones and Andrew Hawkins as punt returners. Tate, Hawkins and Aaron Brown, [Kashif] Moore and [Taveon] Rogers will get plenty of looks in kickoff returns.
Cornerback Adam Jones said earlier in the offseason that he really wants the punt return job.
"I want that job," he said. "I real...
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During his chat with fans through the Cincinnati Enquirer, Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis was asked about cornerback Adam Jones and how he's largely improved as a player both on and off the field.
Adam has made tremendous strides in his personal life to a very caring father and his ability to share his wisdom with many young people about some of his missteps...
During his chat with fans through the Cincinnati Enquirer, Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis admitted that rookie tight end Orson Charles ability as a receiver has surprised him during offseason workouts.
Orson has great physical tools. He has been a better receiver than I expected thus far so I'm excited to watch him continue to grow during training camp and the...
Our Cincinnati Bengals pre-camp preview series continues with a look at the special teams...
The Bengals kicking game is in good hands -- er, good shape -- with a pair of Ohio products, Mike Nugent and Kevin Huber.
Nugent made 33-of-38 field goals last season, and his 33 field goals and 132 points set franchise records. He'll play 2012 under the franchise tag, giving him every...
The idea that the Cincinnati Bengals have a starting safety right now is a bit subjective. They don't. The favorite being promoted by those around the team, though not necessarily the team, is that Taylor Mays is the favorite. He took most of the first-team snaps with the first team during offseason workouts, but head coach Marvin Lewis told fans during a recent Cincinnati...
During his chat with fans through the Cincinnati Enquirer, Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis was asked about cornerback Adam Jones and how he’s largely improved as a player both on and off the field. Adam has made tremendous strides in his personal life to a very caring father and his ability to share his [...]
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Going into the 2012 NFL Draft, many draftniks linked the Cincinnati Bengals with Rutgers wide receiver, Mohamed Sanu. What many didn't predict was that Sanu would fall to the team towards the latter portion of the third round, instead of the first two rounds as many experts projected. With the 2012 Training Camp upon us and the second wide receiver job up for grabs, the idea...
The Cincinnati Bengals wouldn't be the Cincinnati Bengals without at least one non-football related offseason injury. Two years ago it was Jason Shirley injuring an Achilles, ending his season well before training camp even began. Last year it was Keith Rivers, showing up to training camp with what was described at the time as a "rebuilding of the wrist".
There are few players on the Bengals roster to who seem to care more about the club more than defensive tackle, Domata Peko. Not only does he seem to have a never-ending motor, but he's also assumed a leadership role over the past couple of seasons. He really emerged as a leader going into the 2011 season when the team was forced to come up with players-only practices because...
For yet another season, Razzball will be interviewing local NFL beat writers for some in-depth actual football knowledge to sway some insight in our fantasy football knowledge. Keep your eye out for an interview for every NFL team through the summer and check out each one on the “2012 Fantasy Football Team Previews” link. This installment comes courtesy of Josh Kirkendall...
ESPN North blogger Jamison Hensley continues top-25 players in the AFC North, naming Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green No. 10. He's the fourth player listed in Hensley's ranking -- Carlos Dunlap (No. 14), Andrew Whitworth (No. 18), Thomas Howard (No. 25) -- and we suspect one more remains in defensive tackle Geno Atkins.
As for Green Hensley hits all of the...
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The T-Ocho show may not return anytime soon, but the 2 friends are now pushing their new G-Rip Apparel. TO is looking for some dough and Ochocinco is try to show he still has gas left in the tank. We will see what 2012 brings for these guys.
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To get you fully prepared for the unofficial start of the 2012 NFL season, we're ranking every team from worst to first in the weeks leading up to the opening of training camps.
Every day, we'll be previewing two teams, one from each conference, analyzing them from top to bottom and giving you all you need to know to be an informed fan. What's the major storyline heading...