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CINCINNATI A defensive backs best friend is a good pass rush. The Bengals already have one of the best in the NFL but Leon Hall is perfectly fine with adding a little more help. Ditto for Adam Jones.
The Bengals didnt sign James Harrison as a token gesture or PR move for his name value. Both they and Harrison expect the 35-year-old linebacker to be an integral part of the Bengals making a push to become more than just a one-and-done playoff team.
Harrison arrived in Cincinnati on Monday and met with the media on Tuesday after working out with his new teammates. Harrison signed a two-year deal with the Bengals on April 23 after nine seasons with the Steelers. He helped Pittsburgh win two Super Bowls in three tries while amassing 64 sacks and 28 forced fumbles and being named All-Pro twice with five Pro Bowl appearances.
The Steelers asked Harrison to restructure his contract and take a pay cut. The two sides couldnt reach an agreement and the team released Harrison.
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James Harrison spends a lot of his money on one particular thing. But it's not something you would expect, and it's a ton of money.
NFL players’ bodies go through a lot of torture during their careers, so understandably one of the secrets to having a long successful career in the league is taking care of your body, and Bengals linebacker James Harrison says he spends big money doing just that.
Via Cincinnati.com, in a press conference at Paul Brown stadium, Harrison said he spends between 500 and 600 thousand...
Cincinnati Bengals linebacker James Harrison, who was released by the Pittsburgh Steelers back in early March after failing to agree to a reduction in salary, held his introductory press conference with the Cincinnati media on Tuesday and admitted during it that he is motivated to play his former team this season.
"I understand it’s a business, so it’s not like I can...
According to NFL.com, Cincinnati Bengals linebacker James Harrison told the media that he spends $400,000 and $600,000 per year in “body work.”
“You want to be able to stay in this business for awhile, you’re gonna have to take care of your body,” he said. “If you want to do that, you’re going to have to spend money, it’s not cheap.”
One reporter asked Harrison...
New Cincinnati Bengals linebacker James Harrison is hoping to make his mark with the franchise after completing a successful stint with the Pittsburgh Steelers.“You want to stay in this business for awhile, you’re going to have to take care of your body. If you want to do that, you’re going to have to spend money. It’s not cheap…. I spend between $400,000 and $600,000 on...
Cincinnati Bengals linebacker James Harrison admitted to spending between $400,000 to $600,000 annual on body work, calling himself a 'massage *****'.
2.21 Cincinnati Bengals Margus Hunt, DE, SMU, (6-8,277)
The Cincinnati Bengals looked to bolster their already elite pass rush by adding Margus Hunt, a very big, very strong defensive end. He has a knack for getting in the backfield and wreaking havoc. He is 25, but the former track and field star only has four years of football under his belt to go along with his vast amount of...
After a solid 2011 NFL draft, netting A.J. Green and Andy Dalton the Cincinnati Bengals have been quietly achieving the results their fans have craved for years.Once regarded as the most unsuccessful team in NFL history (a title now held by Cleveland) the Bengals have been resurrected like a phoenix from the ashes.The Bengals' resurrection has been something that has been built...
Bengals' second round draft choice Giovani Bernard (No. 37 overall) was seen catching a steady stream of passes out of the backfield at the team's OTA.Fantasy Spin:Bernard should be Cincinnati's change-of-pass and third-down back and get between 8-10 touches a game behind starter BenJarvus Green-Ellis.
The Bengals have signed two more draft picks, linebacker Sean Porter from the fourth round and running back Rex Burkhead from the sixth round.
Five of Cincinnati's 10 draft picks are under contract. The Bengals had already signed receiver Cobi Hamilton, who was picked in the sixth round, and offensive tackle Reid Fragel and center T.J. Johnson from the seventh round.
Here is the schedule on the NFL Network through next Tuesday: Thursday, May 16 6:00 AM – NFL AM – LIVE 10:00 AM – NFL AM – Re-Air 2:00 PM – 2009 Cincinnati Bengals – Episode 4 3:00 PM – NFL Top 10: Motivational Coaches 4:00 PM – Ray Lewis: A Football Life 5:00 PM