In 2004, several Bengals fans filed a lawsuit against the team "claiming it was forcing them to buy tickets they didn’t want." The Bengals settled last week.
The 129 fans will split $50,700 paid by the Bengals – no one received more than $2,600 and most received just $100 – and the fans’ attorneys were paid $175,000 by the Bengals. Abaray’s firm spent more than 1,000 hours on the suit and could have charged $350,000 but accepted half of that to allow the case to be settled.
James Walker responds to a reader on whether the Bengals would be interested in signing Chris Henry beyond this year. Henry is playing the final year of his two-year contract. And yes, that question is better served being asked in January -- not July.
Fox Sports ranks teams offensive line packages -- giving the Bengals a 30th ranking, pointing out that the Bengals have a lot of unknowns.
Former Bengals head coach Sam Wyche is mulling a run at the United States House of Representatives with Gresham Barrett leaving his seat to run for Governor of South Carolina.
On Saturday, the Reds lost their fifth straight, seventh in eight and ninth of their past 11 games. Since they were a season high six games over .500 on May 27th, the Reds have gone 18-32.