The Cincinnati Bengals dominated the 2013 defensively. Finishing with the fifth most effective passing and rushing defense allowing only 209 passing yards per game and 96.5 rushing yards per game. The Bengals only allowed opponents an average of 19.5 points per game, tied for the fourth least in the NFL.
Bengals fans can rest assured; Cincinnati coaches know their craft. With Vontaze...
The Bengals put cornerback Leon Hall on the injured reserve list Tuesday, more than a week after he injured his right Achilles tendon.
Hall tore his other Achilles tendon in 2011 but returned last season as the Bengals' top cornerback.
With middle linebacker Rey Maualuga on crutches Tuesday with a knee injury, the Bengals (6-2) promoted linebacker J.K. Schaffer from their practice...
Via AP on Fox
October 29, 2013
The Cincinnati Bengals have promoted linebacker J.K. Schaffer from the practice squad to fill the 53-man roster as the organization had decided to release safety Jeromy Miles. Look for Schaffer to earn playing time on the special teams unit.
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With final decisions looming over who will get the final spots on the 53-man roster the Bengals now have a wrench thrown into the process.
Mike Garafolo of Fox Sports reported Friday that Emmanuel Lamur is lost for the season after suffering a shoulder injury during the first quarter of Thursday’s 27-10 win over Indianapolis.
The second-year linebacker was expected to be a big...
CINCINNATI Like the first umpires yell of Play Ball! the first crack of the football pads signals a change of seasons. Fall arrived in Cincinnati on Sunday as the Bengals practiced in full pads for the first time this training camp.
The day included the running of the Oklahoma drill, a series of one-on-one battles between offense and defense that produces pancake blocks, big hits...
The Bengals bolstered their defensive secondary for their next game against the Green Bay Packers, signing free-agent cornerback Curtis Marsh on Wednesday.
They placed defensive end Robert Geathers on injured reserve with an elbow injury suffered during a 20-10 win over Pittsburgh on Monday night.
The Bengals also re-signed safety Jeromy Miles, whom they waived on Monday. Miles...
Via AP on Fox
July 25, 2013
Ten of the Bengals piled off the bus with their green bowling pins in hand, trophies from their first-place finish.
A boys' night out? Nope. End of their organized offseason workouts.
The Bengals finished three weeks of workouts by trying their hand at some other things. They went to Great American Ball Park and took batting practice on Tuesday night before the Reds' 12...
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June 06, 2013
Former University of Cincinnati linebacker J.K. Schaffer gives his thoughts about Bearcats head coach Butch Jones.
CINCINNATI (AP) -- The Bengals are back on oh-so-familiar ground, caught in the deep slump that threatens their season at the midpoint.
Happens a lot in Cincinnati.
A 31-23 loss to Denver on Sunday left the Bengals (3-5) with a four-game losing streak. They've had a losing streak of at least four games in 16 of their last 22 seasons. Twice, they lost 10 in a row.
In five of those...
While the Tampa Bay Buccaneers continue to adjust and change the bottom of their active roster, the team has announced the eight men they signed to their practice squad:
LB Jacob Cutera
TE Drake Dunsmore
WR Dale Moss
WR Bert Reed
LB J.K. Schaffer
OT Bradley Sowell
QB Adam Weber
DE Markus White
It is interesting that the Bucs went receiver heavy on the practice squad...
The theme this week on the Bearcats Blog countdown are defenders. James White was a lockdown perimeter defender. JK Schaffer and Derek Wolfe proved their defensive skills to be so elite that they are both in the NFL. The following athlete was a bad ass defender who was a fan favorite. Like James White, he could throw down a dunk. That player is Immanuel McElroy. #17Immanuel McElroy ResumeImmanue...
I'm doing something a little different with the countdown today. The next two players on the list are JK Schaffer and Derek Wolfe. I had a hard time separating them while making the list. When I thought about who should go where, the thought struck me that these two have been entwined their whole careers. They both starting playing in 2008. They both ended their careers in the...