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Bengals' free-agency shift a sign Mike Brown wants to win

CINCINNATI -- It's hard to pin-point the exact reason why, but in certain circles, Cincinnati Bengals president Mike Brown has earned the reputation of being an owner who abhors winning. That couldn't be further from the truth. Maybe...Show More Summary

A.J. Green third overall pick in Pro Bowl draft

It only took a matter of minutes for A.J. Green to come off the board during Wednesday night's Pro Bowl draft. Taken with the third overall pick, the Cincinnati Bengals receiver was drafted by the Pro Bowl team that will be coached by former Minnesota Vikings Hall of Fame receiver and current ESPN analyst Cris Carter. Show More Summary

Report: Bengals block Vance Joseph from Broncos

The Cincinnati Bengals have blocked co-defensive backs coach Vance Joseph from leaving for a job with the Denver Broncos, according to a report from Fox Sports. Fox Sports' Alex Marvez, who is in Mobile, Alabama, for the Senior Bowl,...Show More Summary

NFL Nation TV podcast: Coaching changes

Take a listen to this week's NFL Nation TV podcast as the crew breaks down the latest in the league's coaching changes. Host Paul Gutierrez (San Francisco 49ers reporter) and co-hosts Coley Harvey (Cincinnati Bengals reporter) and Mike...Show More Summary

Joe Flacco turns down Pro Bowl invitation

If you're wondering why Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton was named to the Pro Bowl on Tuesday over Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco, it's because he wasn't. Flacco turned down his first Pro Bowl invitation because his wife, Dana, is due to deliver their third child today (Jan. Show More Summary

Andy Dalton to Replace Aaron Rodgers in 2015 NFL Pro Bowl

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton has been added to the 2015 Pro Bowl. He will replace Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers, who became the latest player to drop out as part of the annual roster shuffle. The Bengals confirmed his selection: Adam Schefter of ESPN noted Rodgers' decision to remove himself from the game. Show More Summary

Cincinnati Bengals Draft Scouting Guide for the 2015 Senior Bowl

The Cincinnati Bengals hit the road to the 2015 Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama, an event that has been a critical part of the franchise's offseason operations for years. Marvin Lewis coached in the 2011 iteration of the event and in the past has selected critical pieces such as USC's Keith Rivers after spending time with them there. Show More Summary

Bengals Must Prioritize Pass-Rushing Help This Offseason

As a team, it's hard to find many weaknesses with the Cincinnati Bengals. However, the one area in which the Bengals glaringly fell short in the 2014 season is in the pass rush. The Bengals had just 20 sacks on the regular season, which...Show More Summary

Colts Cheerleaders Follow Team's Lead, Get Fired Up with Ric Flair Speech

Following in the footsteps of the players, the Indianapolis Colts cheerleaders paid tribute to an iconic wrestler to get fired up for the 2015 AFC Championship Game. After Indianapolis beat the Cincinnati Bengals in the first round of the playoffs, safety Sergio Brown got his teammates going with a Ric Flair impression. Show More Summary

Heartwrenching update on NFL star’s young daughter’s battle with cancer

Some of us have been following the story of Leah Still, the daughter of Cincinnati Bengals player Devon Still. Doctors found a tumor in her abdomen, which turned out to

Devon Still's Ex -- Child Support War Is Over ... 'We're Working Together'

Devon Still's ex is waving the white flag in their fight over child support -- telling TMZ Sports the two sides have reached a financial agreement that's in the best interest for their daughter Leah. The Cincinnati Bengals player -- whose…

Broncos confirm Vance Joseph interview

The Broncos’ second head coaching interview is in the books. The club confirmed Friday it had met with Bengals defensive backs coach Vance Joseph. The 42-year-old Joseph is entering his second season with Cincinnati. He has also coached defensive backs for Houston (2011-2013) and San Francisco (2006-2010). Joseph played collegiately at the University of Colorado.…

Geno Atkins added to Pro Bowl roster

Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins is Pro Bowl-bound. Atkins has been added to the NFL’s all-star roster, the Bengals announced Friday morning. According to Paul Dehner Jr. of the Cincinnati Enquirer, Atkins will take the place of Lions’ Ndamukong Suh, who withdrew with an injury. The 26-year-old Atkins started all 16 games for Cincinnati in…

Cincinnati Bengals: Ideal Draft Picks for Each Position of Need

Unlike the past few seasons, the Cincinnati Bengals enter the 2015 draft with a few glaring needs to address early in the proceedings. Owners of the 21st pick in the first round, Marvin Lewis' team is in a good position to shore up a...Show More Summary

Broncos to interview Vance Joseph

The Broncos will reportedly interview a Bengals assistant for their head coaching job. Denver intends to meet with Cincinnati defensive backs coach Vance Joseph, Mike Klis of the Denver Post reported Thursday night. Before joining the Bengals in 2014, the 42-year-old Joseph spent three seasons as the Texans’ defensive backs coach (2011-13) and five seasons…

5 Bengals Who Will Be on the Roster Bubble in 2015

A former fixture as the leader of an annually elite defense, Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Domata Peko now personifies players who will spend the path to the 2015 campaign and beyond on the roster bubble. Marvin Lewis and the Cincinnati...Show More Summary

Who Stays, Who Goes: Which Cincinnati Bengals Free Agents Will Return in 2015?

The Cincinnati Bengals look toward the 2015 offseason after being eliminated from the NFL postseason. Which pending free agents will return in 2015? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss Cincinnati's offseason in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Impossible to Deny Indianapolis Colts' Progress After Win in Denver

As soon as the Indianapolis Colts finished with their 26-10 win over the Cincinnati Bengals in the Wild Card Round of the playoffs, a question began circling among Colts fans and local media. See, the Colts were heavy underdogs in Denver,...Show More Summary

Greg Cosell's Playoff Preview: How the Colts help Andrew Luck

Andrew Luck is an important figure in the Indianapolis Colts’ game at the Denver Broncos, of course. What I want to look at is how the Colts protected Luck against the Cincinnati Bengals last week – and they did it well – and some of the route concepts that Indianapolis will use against Denver to get receivers like T.Y. Show More Summary

Court upholds decision for Pacman Jones to pay up

The Nevada Supreme Court upheld a lower court decision Thursday ordering Cincinnati Bengals defensive back Adam "Pacman" Jones to pay up.

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