The Bengals have advanced to the playoffs in five of the past six seasons. Unfortunately, their last postseason victory came in 1991. Offensive lineman Andrew Whitworth has an idea what may help end the team’s drought. “We need some, young kids now call it swagger, but we need some of that ability to have a...Read More
Andrew Whitworth was a second round pick for the Bengals in the 2006 NFL Draft.
Since his career began, Whitworth has established himself as one of the best left tackles in the league.
Not only does he have what it takes on the field, but he also has all the qualities of a leader in the locker room.
His most recent piece of advice for his teammates, is that they need to play like...
During this offseason Bengals offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth has been very vocal.
Before the draft, his message to the Bengals organization was that if they want to draft a player at his position they would have to watch him sit the bench.
The Bengals, not intimidated by his dare, went on to draft offensive lineman with their first two picks of this year’s draft.
One of the hardest things for a professional football player to face is the end of his career. It never comes when you want it, it always comes too early, and it never comes on your terms. For Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth it appears the writing is on the wall. After the team spent two draft picks on offensive lineman including their first round pick it stands...
Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth is seeking a new contract, and it seems like the main reason for that is frustration. Before the draft, Whitworth said he would embrace the challenge of the Bengals drafting his future replacement so he could beat the rookie out for a starting spot. The team did just that,...Read More
Was Andrew Whitworth surprised by the Cincinnati Bengals? Per a report from nfl.com‘s Dan Hanzus, Andrew Whitworth is looking for a conversation and explanation from the Cincinnati Bengals as to why they picked up two offensive lineman in the draft that led many to speculate his run in Cincinnati could soon be ending.
Andrew Whitworth is reportedly baffled by the latest moves...
The Cincinnati Bengals selected offensive tackles with their first two picks in the 2015 draft, something that current left tackle Andrew Whitworth took notice of, especially as he’s entering the final year of his current contract.
Whitworth spoke to the media on Monday following the team’s offseason workouts, and expressed not just a desire to kickstart contract talks with the...
The Cincinnati Bengals have been able to hold onto one of the top offensive tackles in the NFL.
Left tackle Andrew Whitworth was selected to the NFL Pro Bowl in 2012 and was named second-team All-Pro just last season.
His durability speaks for itself as he has started 132 games since being drafted by the Bengals in the 2006 NFL Draft.
After signing an extension in 2013 worth $30...
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