Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images The NFL and NFLPA agree to push back the franchise tag deadline, but what does that mean for the Bengals? One certainty of this Bengals’ offseason is that Cincinnati will likely end up using their franchise tag.
Photo by Alika Jenner/Getty Images The second round is when the Bengals’ draft really begins, and they have plenty of ways to attack it. In addition to holding the first-overall pick of the NFL Draft, the Bengals have the first pick of the second round (33rd overall).
Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images I follow up The Draft Network’s 1st Round mock drafts with what the Bengals should do with their second pick First round mock drafts can be pretty boring when your team holds the 1st overall selection and you know who they are going to select.
Zac Taylor really wants to be able to show what his offense can do with A.J. Green in it. One of the biggest offseason questions for the Bengals outside of the first overall pick is what will happen with longtime Bengal wide receiver A.J.
Since being selected in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft, Green has hauled in 602 passes for 8,907 yards and 63 touchdowns. If Green does test the open market, there will be no shortage of interest around the league.
A.J. Green has not played a game since Dec. 2, 2018. He has not earned Pro Bowl honors since 2017 when he played his last full season. Having played only nine games the past two seasons, and set to become a free agent next month, the receiver’s value likely is greater to the Bengals than [more]
Bengals wide receiver John Ross has heard the criticisms of the franchise raised as part of the discussion about whether quarterback Joe Burrow should be pushing for a different NFL landing spot and his response is for people to have a longer memory.