The Cincinnati Bengals have Mike Pollak starting this year as their starting center. He will replace former Starting Center Kyle Cook who has decided to retire today. The 31-year-old Cook spent all six of his NFL seasons as a Bengal, starting 66 games including all 16 last season. Cook was a former undrafted rookie out […]
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ESPN’s Adam Caplan reports that former Bengals C Kyle Cook is retiring from the NFL after six years in the league.
The Bengals cut Cook loose back in March and there has been no reported interest in his services since then.
Cook, 31, was an undrafted free agent out of Michigan State back in 2008. He signed on with the Vikings before joining the Bengals later on in the 2007...
The Cincinnati Bengals have cut starting center Kyle Cook. This news came Tuesday afternoon in the midst of free agency chaos. The 6’3, 310 pound offensive lineman started all 16 games for Cincinnati in 2013. Cook’s release was a salary cap move by the Bengals, who obviously have the bigger picture in mind, clearing a reported $2.5M in salary cap space.
Though it has not...
Kyle Cook is no longer with the Bengals.
The seven-year veteran center had his contract terminated on Tuesday in a move that was unexpected but now opens the door for youngsters Trevor Robinson and T.J. Johnson as well as veteran Mike Pollak to compete for the position. Cook signed a five-year extension through the 2015 in September 2011 and started 50 of the last 52 games he played...
The Bengals have activated center Kyle Cook off the injured reserve list, making him eligible to play on Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys at Paul Brown Stadium.
Cincinnati also waived receiver Armon Binns on Saturday. Binns played in eight games, starting two, and had 18 catches for 210 yards and a touchdown.
Cook hurt his right ankle during the final preseason game and needed...
Via AP on Fox
December 08, 2012
Cincinnati Bengals center Kyle Cook returned to practice Wednesday under a roster exemption. Cook (ankle) is on injured reserve, but new NFL rules that designate a three-week window during which players may practice without counting against the 53-man active roster limit. The Bengals have the option of adding him to the roster during that period. The fifth-year veteran finished...
It’s finally here! The Regular Season is upon us! Can you believe it we’re just 5 days from the Bengals kicking off their 2012 season in Baltimore.
In this week’s show:
We briefly touch on the Colts loss
Kyle Cook out till at least week 7
Talk about the 53 man roster/practice squad
Rundown the schedule game by game
Send us your final...
The Cincinnati Bengals placed center Kyle Cook on the injured reserve list on Monday because of an ankle injury. Teams may place one player on the IR. Cook will be eligible to return to practice in Week 7 and will be eligible to play in Week 9. Cook has started the last 50 Bengals regular season and postseason games, but he sustained an ankle injury in the Aug. 23 preseason game...
The Bengals lost more than just a game last week vs the Packers as it looks like starting center Kyle Cook is going to miss some extended time. Another big blow to an offensive line already without one starter. The Bengals wrap up their preseason this Thursday night in Indianapolis against Andrew Luck and the new look Colts.
In this week’s show:
We look back at the Bengals loss...
Bengals center Kyle Cook has a foot injury that could sideline him for the season, another setback to Cincinnati's offensive line in the preseason.
Cook got hurt during a preseason game on Thursday night against Green Bay. He initially thought it was only a sprained ankle, but tests found more significant damage.
Cook was wearing a protective boot on his right foot on Tuesday...
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August 28, 2012