CINCINNATI -- A daily review of the hot topics coming out of Cincinnati Bengals training camp: As compelling, edge-of-your seat excitement goes, Thursday's practice, from an observer's standpoint, ranked somewhere around a 3 on a 0-to-10 scale. Show More Summary
Seems Chad Johnson fully understands the consequences of his actions -- saying his 2012 domestic violence arrest didn't just ruin his NFL career... it also destroyed his legacy. The former Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver went to Twitter this…
Quarterback Andy Dalton expects to be playing in Cincinnati for the foreseeable future, never mind that he's entering the final year of his rookie deal.
Earlier this summer, Devon Stills, a player for the Cincinnati Bengals, decided that he was giving up his NFL career because the love of his life, his 4-year-old daughter, Leah, was diagnosed with stage 4 Cancer. Leah underwent chemotherapy, after she was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, and lost all of her hair. Still shaved his head, Keep Reading ?
CINCINNATI -- Batman, the mythical superhero of DC comic book lore, lurks in the shadows, silently protecting the citizens from the bad guys of Gotham. Wallace Gilberry, one of the Cincinnati Bengals defensive ends who will help fill...Show More Summary
CINCINNATI -- A daily review of the hot topics coming out of Cincinnati Bengals training camp: There's only one place to begin Wednesday's practice report: with the fireworks. Twice, members of the offense and defense had to be pulled apart as emotions and tensions ran high outwardly for the first time. Show More Summary
CINCINNATI -- At one point in the middle of the Cincinnati Bengals' walkthrough Wednesday morning, defensive line coach Jay Hayes decided to stir up the defensive huddle. Given the OK from the Bengals' training staff, he told Geno Atkins, his long-injured Pro Bowl defensive tackle, to jog out and line up for a drill the unit was working through. Show More Summary
It's been roughly nine months since Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins suffered a season-ending ACL injury against the Miami Dolphins—just months after signing a $53 million contract with the team. Well, the Bengals received...Show More Summary
ESPN.com Cincinnati Bengals reporter Coley Harvey discusses the mindset of Brandon Tate.
A look at a few Cincinnati Bengals offensive players who have made strong impressions through the first five practices of training camp: DEFENSIVE ENDS Carlos Dunlap: Expectations are high for the fifth-year lineman this season. They're...Show More Summary
A look at a few Cincinnati Bengals offensive players who have made strong impressions through the first five practices of training camp: QUARTERBACKS Andy Dalton: The team's top signal-caller was praised by offensive coordinator Hue Jackson on Monday for beginning to make strides with his decision-making. Show More Summary
CINCINNATI -- A daily review of the hot topics coming out of Cincinnati Bengals training camp: The Bengals had barely finished stretching at the start of Monday's practice before Mohamed Sanu made his presence known. The receiver went in motion on one of the first plays of an 11-on-11 drill before he was handed the football. Show More Summary
CINCINNATI -- Geno Atkins has done it. So has Vontaze Burfict. Now Carlos Dunlap believes it's his turn. The Cincinnati Bengals' fifth-year defensive end said before training camp practice Monday that he would like to join Atkins and...Show More Summary
The Cincinnati Bengals and quarterback Andy Dalton have discussed a contract extension this offseason, with Dalton due to become a free agent after the upcoming campaign. However, re-signing Dalton isn't something all Bengals fans are on board with—take a look at a couple of signs fans hung near the team's training camp. Show More Summary
For the casual Cincinnati Bengals fan, training camp may not seem to be all that important. However, it is one of the more vital aspects of the NFL offseason. For the Bengals, there's plenty to watch—the development of the rookies, who will steal roster spots and even the unfortunate injuries that are bound to happen. Show More Summary
CINCINNATI -- A daily review of the hot topics coming out of Cincinnati Bengals training camp: The most anticipated activity of the weekend, Sunday's previously scheduled Oklahoma drill, was scrapped at the last minute by head coach Marvin Lewis, in part due to an overabundance of caution. Show More Summary
With the Bengals spending a second-round pick in each of the last two years on tailbacks, a free-agent arrival from 2012 has moved closer to becoming the odd man out. And with injuries and (in Seattle) a holdout popping up throughout the NFL, don’t be shocked if a market emerges for BenJarvus Green-Ellis. After gaining…
CINCINNATI -- For some, it's the most anticipated moment of training camp. For others, it's a pain they would rather not endure. Ahead of Sunday afternoon's Oklahoma drill, the first fully padded, live contact exercise of their training...Show More Summary
CINCINNATI -- A daily review of the hot topics coming out of the Cincinnati Bengals' training camp: Offense was the big story for the Bengals through the first two days of training camp, but on Saturday, defense stole the headlines.Show More Summary
CINCINNATI -- Rey Maualuga had just gotten up from a 16-minute, 28-second interview with a trio of reporters when fellow Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Brandon Joiner approached with a question. The 27-year-old Maualuga knew exactly what his younger teammate needed help with. Show More Summary