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The Ravens and 13-year veteran guard Bobbie Williams reached a two-year agreement in principle, the team announced Friday. Williams, 35, spent the past eight seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals, starting all 118 games in which he played. Originally selected by the Philadelphia Eagles in the second round of the 2000 NFL Draft, he has played in 151 career games, including 130 starts. Last season, the 6-foot-4, 345-pound Williams started in each of the nine contests he played. He was placed on injured reserve on Dec. 12 with an ankle injury. "Bobbie is a guy who has been in the league for a long time," coach John Harbaugh said. "We've played against him, and we like his style of play and his demeanor as a person and as a player. We're excited to have him as a member of our team."
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Vontaze Burfict. Undrafted free agent signed by the Cincinnati Bengals hours after the 2012 NFL draft. Somewhat controversial from his sloppy predraft process, which transformed early-round projections into a not-drafted-at-all reality. Beyond that. Nothing. Well let me rephrase. Nothing controversial. In fact most of the time that Burfict is participating during Cincinnati’s...
With seven legitimate options to make up the linebacker corps and only six spots available, the Bengals will be forced to make a tough decision at some point. That decision may get delayed until October with a possible suspension looming over Dontay Moch, but it will have to come at some point.
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The Bengals got a pair of draft picks in exchange for Ochocinco
Former Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco was released yesterday by the New England Patriots after a single disappointing season in Foxboro. The Bengals received two draft picks in exchange for the former franchise WR. They spent the first one on S George Iloka, who has been impressive thus far in...
Now that OTAs are in the books and with mandatory minicamp set to begin, now is a good time to revisit the roster projections that I made last month and see how the battle leaders are changing. I have included the list with a few roster updates. As always, your thoughts on my breakdown are welcomed and encouraged.
OFFENSIVE ROSTER PROJECTION
The Cincinnati Bengals made every fan question their reality and whether or not they were dreaming when they decided to pull the trigger, trading disgruntled quarterback Carson Palmer to the Oakland Raiders on October 18, 2011.
What really made us all pinch ourselves was what we got for him. The Bengals got a first-round pick in the 2012 NFL draft, which they used on cornerback...
I hope you have enjoyed this look through this year’s schedule so far. While nothing is certain in June, I think it shows that there is good reason for optimism that the Bengals will make a repeat showing in the playoffs when January rolls around.
The Bengals do not face an AFC North opponent in the third quarter of the season. Instead, they tackle an NFC East team, then a trio...
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The continuing availability of some free agent tailbacks like Cedric Benson, Ryan Grant and Jackie Battle has been a source of puzzlement in this space for some weeks now, but one AFC pro scout who has done some homework on the three did shed some light on the inability of the first of that trio to locate a new team so far. Benson, the scout emphasized, has put the ball on the...
The Patriots have ended the Ochocinco experiment, releasing him today. The Bengals need a #2 wide receiver. You know the suggestion is coming. Could you?
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Real Talk: The Saints have been so defiant in this Bounty Gate situation that you really can’t look at one individual that has been involved and say ‘he’s remorseful’ except for the ringleader Gregg Williams.
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I was listening to NFL Total Access on the radio last night and caught a snippet on the supposed death of the running back.
For starters, yes, the league has shifted to pass first in many instances – this has been a part of the rhetoric for the last few years but it has been backed [...]
As this piece is published, the Bengals do not have a clear cut favorite to become the number two receiver yet. The Patriots released former Bengal and six time pro bowler Chad Ochocinco today, and there has been the predictable discussion on could/should the Bengals bring Ochocinco back to Cincinnati.
Don't count on it. According to ESPN AFC North blogger Jamison Hensley...