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Bengals get full house again with extra picks

Rookie defensive tackle Ryan Glasgow is a comp pick that delivered. For the second straight draft the Bengals received the maximum four compensatory picks but this time got a third-rounder Fr...
Via Bengals.com
8 hours ago

Bengals get full house again with 11 draft picks

Rookie defensive tackle Ryan Glasgow is a comp pick that delivered. For the second straight draft the Bengals received the maximum four compensatory picks but this time got a third-rounder Fr...
Via Bengals.com
8 hours ago

Bengals score 4 compensatory draft picks

The Bengals pick up four extra selections in the 2018 NFL Draft. The Cincinnati Bengals have once again scored multiple compensatory picks for the upcoming NFL Draft. On Friday, it was revealed that the Bengals will get four compensatory selections this year. That is tied with the Dallas Cowboys, Green Bay Packers and Oakland Raiders for the most. The highest is a third-round...
Via Cincy Jungle
10 hours ago

Bengals free agency profile: TE Tyler Eifert

The Cincinnati Bengals have a huge decision to make this offseason when it comes to Pro Bowl tight end, Tyler Eifert. In football, it’s been said that one’s greatest attribute is simple availability. It’s a mantra handed down from Paul Browns and echoed today by old-school head coach Marvin Lewis, and many times the proof is in the pudding. Two of the Cincinnati Bengals’ best players...
Via Cincy Jungle
13 hours ago

Bengals Mailbag: 2018 optimism, Expectations for Mixon and halftime adjustments

We received some great ones from our Orange and Black Insider listeners this week. Why should we be excited for this team in 2018 and how should Joe Mixon factor into the plans? Will Marvin Lewis finally show belief in “halftime adjustments”? It’s an odd time for the Cincinnati Bengals right now, as they are attempting to turn the page from two straight losing seasons. In doing so...
Via Cincy Jungle
20 hours ago

Fisher cleared

Jake Fisher: back in the gym. On his 96th day after a heart procedure ended his season, Bengals right tackle Jake Fisher got cleared Thursday and he celebrated by going back into the gym and cl...
Via Bengals.com
1 day ago

Is Andy Dalton elite? Bengals' new quarterbacks coach thinks he can be

Alex Van Pelt didn't specify whether Dalton could be Joe Flacco-level elite, however
Via CBSSports.com
1 day ago

Bengals QB coach: Andy Dalton has 'elite' potential

The word elite used to mean something in the NFL. Then Joe Flacco used it, talking about himself, and that word has lost all meaning ever since then. If you need any further proof, just check out what new Cincinnati Bengals quarterback coach Alex Van Pelt recently said about Andy Dalton.Speaking about his new quarterback in an interview on the team’s website, Van Pelt said he thinks...
Via Sportsnaut
1 day ago  |  Discuss

A.J. McCarron might be the best consolation prize in free agency

A slew of prominent quarterback injuries in 2017 vaulted quite a few middle-of-the-road, or even marginal, NFL quarterbacks into the spotlight. Look no further than Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles, who before this past season was two years removed from being a starting quarterback. There was also Case Keenum, a journeyman starter who had a breakout year before falling to Foles’ Eagles...
Via Yardbarker
3 days ago  |  Discuss

LSU CB Donte 'Cheetah' Jackson Says He 'Most Definitely' Has a Shot To Break The 40-Yard Dash Record at The Combine

Chris Johnson's 40-Yard Dash record stood for nine long years. Then, John Ross came along. At the 2017 NFL Combine, Ross, now a receiver with the Cincinnati Bengals, blazed his way to a 4.22 40-Yard Dash. That edged out Johnson's former record of 4.24 and inked Ross's name in the record books. But if Donte Jackson has his way, Ross's record will only stand for a couple more...
Via Stack
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Vikings expected to be in the mix for AJ McCarron

AJ McCarron has never been a starting quarterback in the NFL, but the 27-year-old is expected to be pursued like one now that he has won his grievance against the Bengals and will become a free agent. Several teams are expected to have interest in McCarron, including one that has some tough decisions to make with its own quarterbacks.Charley Walters of the St. Paul Pioneer Press...
Via Larry Brown Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Browns, Broncos expected to pursue AJ McCarron

AJ McCarron won his grievance with the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday and will become an unrestricted free agent next month. As a free agent, he’s expected to have many suitors.Cleveland.com’s Mary Kay Cabot says the Cleveland Browns will have interest in McCarron. Browns head coach Hue Jackson coached McCarron in Cincinnati and even tried to acquire him in a trade before the deadline...
Via Larry Brown Sports
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: A.J. McCarron wins grievance, will be free agent

We can now add another potential starting quarterback to the unrestricted free agent market this March. According to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport, Cincinnati Bengals signal caller A.J. McCarron has won his grievance against the team and will be free to sign wherever he pleases in March. McCarron was previously slated to become a restricted free agent, but this now changes pretty much...
Via Sportsnaut
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bengals: reasons to celebrate Super Bowl LII’s result

As the Philadelphia Eagles celebrate their Super Bowl victory. Cincinnati Bengals fans and Cincinnatians overall have reasons to celebrate too. With many local connections to the Eagles worth giving a shout out to. Starting with the main Bengals connection to Super Bowl LII. That would be Eagles kicker Jake Elliott. When Elliott was drafted by the Bengals last year; it’s doubtful...
Via isportsweb.com
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Jeremy Hill hints at Bengals not bringing him back in 2018

Bengals running back Jeremy Hill appears to believe he’ll be hitting the free-agent market in the spring.Hill posted a tweet on Wednesday about how it’s “on to the next chapter” for him, which included some highlights from his four-year tenure in Cincinnati. It’s no surprise that the Bengals would be looking to move on from Hill, with the team using a second-round draft pick on Joe...
Via The Sports Daily
23 days ago  |  Discuss
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