CINCINNATI (AP) The Bengals winced when the schedule came out and they saw what was in store for November.
Three consecutive road games. Traveling 5,708 miles roundtrip. More than half of a day spent on airplanes just getting to and from the cities.
''It's definitely different,'' left tackle Andrew Whitworth said on Wednesday. ''It's a challenge, and we knew that a long time...
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22 days ago
Here's a few things to watch for this week as the Bengals visit New Orleans:Andrew Whitworth vs Cam Jordan-This could be a clash of the titans. Whitworth, from right here in my hometown of West Monroe, LA, was the building block for Cincy's offensive line. And Jordan is the same type of player for the Saints' defense. But whether Jordan draws the assignment, or be it Junior Galette...
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Cole Harvey of ESPN.com reports that Cincinnati Bengals offensive lineman, Andrew Whitworth, suffered a concussion in Wednesday's practice causing Whitworth to miss Thursday's workout. Whitworth, who recently moved from tackle to guard a few weeks ago has already missed some games this season. Whitworth missed the season opener against the Chicago Bears and missed the Halloween...
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Pro Bowl left tackle Andrew Whitworth starts at left guard on Sunday as the Cincinnati Bengals shuffled their injury-depleted line against the Indianapolis Colts.
Whitworth moves into the spot vacated by Clint Boling, who suffered a season-ending knee injury last week. Anthony Collins starts at left tackle.
Right guard Kevin Zeitler missed the last two games with an injured right...
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December 08, 2013
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Andrew Whitworth doesn't mind moving.
The Pro Bowl left tackle got shifted inside the Bengals line when left guard Clint Boling tore a knee ligament during a 17-10 win in San Diego on Sunday. Whitworth might just stay at the guard spot when the Bengals (8-4) host the Indianapolis Colts (8-4) on Sunday.
It's a move that Whitworth embraces. He played guard earlier in his career....
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December 04, 2013