According to the Bengals' official twitter account, WR Andrew Hawkins (exclusive rights free agent) and S Jeromy Miles (restricted free agent) have now signed their tenders, officially bringing them back into the fold for 2013.
Hawkins was the Bengals' primary slot receiver in 2012, contributing 533 yards on 51 receptions. He was also responsible for this incredible highlight...
Bengals receiver Andrew Hawkins snagged Andy Dalton's only touchdown of the day Sunday against Dallas. He finished with 44 yards on six receptions.Fantasy Spin:Hawkins missed two games with a knee injury before returning with 47 yards a week ago. Cincinnati's slot man has seen 16 looks over the last two games.
Bengals receiver Andrew Hawkins was inactive in Week 12 due to a sore knee and is questionable for next Sunday game against San Diego.Fantasy Spin:He's caught 34 balls for 394 yards and three touchdowns this season, but his production has faded after a hot start. Mohamed Sanu has become the primary receiver playing opposite A.J. Green.
Bengals wide receiver Andrew Hawkins "strained his knee during practice", listed as questionable following limited participation on Friday. He joins rookie Marvin Jones, doubtful with a knee injury on the team's practice report.
If neither are able to go, expect Mohamed Sanu's offensive production to increase against the Kansas City Chiefs. Armon Binns, who has...
Bengals receiver Andrew Hawkins was targeted 13 times in Week 5, as many as superstar A.J. Green, but caught only five for 47 yards.Fantasy Spin:Hawkins has one less target than Justin Blackmon (13-119-0), but has been much more effective (20-294-2). However, if he wants to continue to be fantasy-worthy he'll need to produce a higher catch percentage than what we saw on Sunday.
As the Bengals continue to be the beneficiaries of the breakout performance of former CFL star Andrew Hawkins, who has solidified his role as not only the teams’ primary slot-receiver, but arguably the most consistent offensive player through the first three weeks of the NFL season. And they owe a big thanks to their in-state rivals, the Cleveland Browns for passing on Hawkins...
Andrew Hawkins' first NFL keepsake ball rests on the top shelf of his wooden locker. It may not be there much longer.
The second-year Bengals receiver owes a debt to his older brother.
Cornerback Artrell Hawkins played for the Bengals and got a game ball for a game-clinching interception in Pittsburgh. The ball was specially marked with the date and details. When Andrew was...
Via AP on Fox
September 27, 2012
For the second straight week, Bengals receiver Andrew Hawkins only caught two passes but made one count for a long touchdown.Fantasy Spin:Hawkins finished with 66 yards, with the majority coming on a 59-yard touchdown reception. The explosive Hawkins is the clear-cut No. 2 receiver on the Bengals but he's going to be hit-or-miss most weeks if he doesn't start seeing more targets.
CINCINNATI - After a tryout with the Cleveland Browns in the spring of 2008 didn't lead to a contract, Andrew Hawkins went to work.
He caddied at a high-dollar country club. He worked at a factory that made windmill engines. He volunteered with the University of Toledo football team and the school's athletic marketing department, and he served an internship with the Detroit...
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Here, in no particular order, are some random observations I jotted down while watching the Bengals thrilling 23-20 win versus Buffalo yesterday: Observations from Week Four: –Andrew Hawkins is a dynamic player in space. In his two opportunities with the ball Sunday, Hawkins was elusive and impressively fast. The team should try and get him [...]