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If one were to ever get a candid answer out of defensive coordinator, Mike Zimmer about Taylor Mays, you'd probably find out the the ol' ball coach loves the young safety. If you remember, stories circulated about Zimmer standing on the table for the team trade up in the second round to grab Mays in the 2010 draft. When they missed out on him, Zimmer made sure that Bengals management lunged at what seemed like a more than fair trade for the former USC Trojan last offseason.
By now, we all know the book on Mays: extremely athletic and naturally gifted, but still has yet to grasp the mental aspect of the game. Mays is currently slotted as the team's starting strong safety, but Zimmer recently told the media that no one really has a clear cut edge on the competition. It's this competition that has Mays particularly fired up about things, especially with the work he's able to get in this offseason.
Paul Dehner, Jr., of CBSSports relays that Mays is enjoying thi...
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Offense drives interest in the NFL, but I find myself more and more intrigued by the defense that this team is putting together. I’m not completely sold on all parts of it yet, but I am more comfortable with it than I was a month ago. Plus, the strength of the line should help cover some of the flaws in the secondary.
Let’s take another stab at how the defensive roster might...
The troubled Bengals cornerback has stayed out of the news of late, but his involvement in an incident at a strip club in 2007 will now cost him dearly.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has asked Pacman Jones to speak at the rookie symposium. He already has his message planned.
If a receiver runs the wrong route, Andy Dalton isn't shy about taking him aside and correcting the problem.
The quarterback is more comfortable with his role as a leader entering his second season with the Cincinnati Bengals, taking more responsibility on his inexperienced shoulders. He was so concerned about learning the play book as a rookie last season that he left a lot...
With all the talk about picking up a top-end quarterback in the first couple rounds, a player I’ve noticed that has been left out of the discussion is Cincinnati Bengals QB Andy Dalton.
Dalton surprised everyone last year by putting up 3,398 passing yards and 20 touchdowns in the 15 games that he started as a rookie. he is only the third rookie quarterback to ever surpass the...
Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam ''Pacman'' Jones must pay $11 million in damages to two Las Vegas strip club employees injured in 2007 when a lone gunman claiming he was doing Jones' bidding attacked.
A club manager who was left paralyzed and a former bouncer who was wounded stand to collect after the Friday afternoon verdict, which was first reported by the...
According to NFL Insider Jason La Canfora with CBSSports.com, former Bengals defensive end Antwan Odom is generating some interest around the league, despite the fact he’s been out of the league since 2010, when he only took part in four games thanks to injuries and a four-game suspension. La Canfora writes:
Similarly, teams are eyeing Odom as a possible value play, though...
We’re talking Fantasy Football this week! Where do our beloved Bengals stack up this year in fantasy?
In this week’s show:
We discuss the injuries of Jordan Shipley and Leon Hall and how it affects the team
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Timm was really upset that Brandon Johnson signed with the Steelers
Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was ordered by a Las Vegas court to pay $11.7 million in damages to three victims for his role in a 2007 strip club shooting, NFL.com reported. Jones was ordered to pay Tommy Urbanski $9.617 million for intentional infliction of emotional distress, $750,000 to Kathy Urbanski for loss of consortium and $1 million along...
The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed former Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Brandon Johnson.
The 29-year-old Johnson spent the last four seasons in Cincinnati, where he played 58 games -- including 12 starts -- recording a career-high 79 tackles in 2008. Johnson was originally drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in the fifth round of the 2006 draft. Johnson gives the Steelers needed veteran...
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Matt Williamson is offering a unique perspective, gently placing his future-goggles into a position-by-position ranking three years from now. You've already experienced one position ranking, listing wide receiver...
The Steelers have signed former Bengals linebacker Brandon Johnson to the 90 man roster. Johnson is a good special teams player. He has never been much of a contributor on defense but has played in every game since he entered the NFL. He is tough guy though who goes all out. Something the Steelers love in their players.
Johnson will likely be battling for a roster spot with...