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Andrew Whitworth ecstatic to have extension with Bengals

Bengals left tackle Andrew Whitworth isn't sure how many years he has left in his career, but he hopes they are all in Cincinnati.  Whitworth is no longer a lame duck after agreeing to a one-year extension with the Bengals on Wednesday. The deal includes a $2 million signing bonus along with a salary of $7 million in 2016, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. The 33-year-old Whitworth...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Bengals sign OT Whitworth to one-year extension

If you keep playing games without allowing a sack, eventually a raise will come. The Cincinnati Bengals rewarded left tackle Andrew Whitworth with a one-year contract extension worth up to $9 million, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. Whitworth will get a $2 million signing bonus and earn $7 million in 2016. At 33, Whitworth is the oldest starting offensive tackle in the NFL...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Bengals Sign Veteran LT Andrew Whitworth To A One-Year, $9M Extension

Field Yates of ESPN reports that the Bengals have signed LT Andrew Whitworth to a one-year contract extension, which will keep him under team control through the 2016 season. According to Yates, Whitworth receives $9 million next year as part of this agreement. Cincinnati wound up selecting two offensive tackles with their first- and second-round picks in … ...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Andrew Whitworth: Bengals need more swagger

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
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June 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Andrew Whitworth says the antidote for the Bengals is more “swagger”

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...
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June 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Andrew Whitworth wants new contract after Bengals drafted two tackles

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
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May 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Andrew Whitworth surprised by the Cincinnati Bengals

Was Andrew Whitworth surprised by the Cincinnati Bengals? Per a report from‘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...
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May 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Weekly Rewind: Cincinnati’s biggest game, Andrew Whitworth snubbed

We all have busy lives. And sometimes miss out on our sports news. Here is Cover32 Bengals’ weekly rewind to catch you up with everything Cincinnati. - Andrew Whitworth snubbed.  (READ) - Bengals not a team that regrets passing on Kaepernick. (READ) - Cincinnati has a top 20 NFL nickname. (READ) - Will the Bengals win back-to-back AFC North titles? (READ)   You may also be interested...
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June 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Snubbed? Cincinnati Bengals OT Andrew Whitworth not named top-10 in the NFL

Typically speaking, sports fans tend to worry about two things – the past and the future. They’ll debate who was the greatest player of all-time, while also spending hours discussing whether or not a rookie is going to be develop into an All-Pro. Both are fun exercises, things that keep fans engaged and the beer flowing at the local tavern. But they miss out on what is most important...
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June 02, 2014  |  Discuss

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