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The obvious connection here is new Texans head coach Bill O'Brien, who coached Ryan Mallett in New England during his rookie season.
The Packers and Dolphins need help at linebacker, and Ohio State's Ryan Shazier could be the guy they target.
All you need to know for watching or listening to the 2014 NFL Draft.
The Bengals may be targeting Ohio State linebacker Ryan Shazier with their top pick, and a strong case can be made as to why they should select him.
The Browns may target Teddy Bridgewater with their second first round pick.
This new deal makes Richard Sherman the highest paid corner in the NFL.
The 24th overall pick of the NFL Draft has a promising history of success.
Could Bradley Roby actually be the first player the Bengals select in this year's NFL Draft?
Marvin Lewis admitted to the media on Tuesday that some of the best cornerbacks he's been around have come in the first round, which only adds fuel to the fire that the Bengals are set to draft the best available corner in this year's NFL Draft.
Turns out I might be wrong about Blake Bortles (the horror!). Cleve, Az interested higher than I had him (26th, to Cleve).— Peter King (@SI_PeterKing) May 6, 2014
Despite his character concerns and enigmatic play in the 2014, Bradley Roby is someone frequently being mocked to the Bengals
A report is out that the Chiefs "are believed to be willing to deal" cornerback Brandon Flowers. The Bengals do need a cornerback...
"We're supposed to believe a team coming off three straight playoff appearances would eschew the chance to add an immediate starter to a defense in need of upgrades at corner and D-line and instead draft a player who, according to some, might have just as many question marks as Andy Dalton?"http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap2000000346806/article/four-smokescreens-we-arent-buying-before-the-draft
Timmy Jernigan could have been a first-round selection, but a fail drug test at the NFL scouting combine probably killed any chance of that happening.
One of the best running backs in this NFL Draft is Auburn''s Tre Mason, who may be dealing with a serious wrist issue that could cause him to miss a good portion of training camp.
I spoke to an NFL team exec who had interesting trade idea that won't happen. A trade centered around Andy Dalton & Minnesota's pick at 8.— Joel Corry (@corryjoel) May 2, 2014
The Bengals don't tend to draft two players at the same position often, but they should in this year's draft at cornerback.
The Bengals may be willing to draft Teddy Bridgewater if they don't like their other options in the first round.
The former SMU signal-caller has drawn interest from the Bengals, though he probably won't hear them calling his name on Draft Day.
Ken Riley is one of the best defenders to eve dawn the Bengals stripes, but it took six rounds for his name to finally be called in the NFL Draft.
Jon Gruden discusses the SportsCenter Special: Gruden’s QB Camp series and ESPN’s 2014 NFL Draft coverage.
Todd McShay mocks Jason Verrett to the Bengals, and he may be the slight favorite to be the first player Cincy drafts.
The Bengals may want a quarterback in this year's draft, but thus far, they only have revealed interest in two QB prospects.
With the draft just over a week away, we're doing a poll series in which we let our readers determine what the Bengals should do.
The Browns need a veteran QB, and Vince young could fill that role.
Age and injury has take it's toll on the CB position, and the Bengals must address it in this year's NFL draft.
What do the guys at PFF have to say about the Bengals' recent drafts?
One could argue the Bengals are just two or three players away from becoming a true Super Bowl contender. That’s why for our latest NFL mock draft, we kept it to just three rounds.
Dan Rubenstein and Matt Ufford review the latest Mocking the Draft mock, one that has teams dramatically shifting in order to get a signal-caller of the future.
Could the Bengals dip into the FCS and D-II ranks to find a developmental offensive tackle?
One cornerback who was getting a lot of consideration for the Bengals in the first round was Bradley Roby. That is, until he was purportedly arrested for OVI, but that report may have been falsified.
Cincy Jungle wants you to mock the Bengals' draft. In addition to our regular mock drafts, we want to hear from you on what mock draft you expect to happen.
Four days of NFL draft coverage? It could happen, according to Roger Goodell.
Charles Siddoway was once projected as a mid-round prospect, but he may have just cost himself a spot in this year's NFL Draft with his arrest on burglary charges.
The NFL will begin flexing games much earlier this year to ensure that the best possible matchups are in primetime.
The Lions may be willing to part ways with their Pro Bowl defensive tackle. What will it take for a team to pry Ndamukong Suh from them?
The Texans may want to move down form the No. 1 spot in this year's NFL draft.
The younger brother of New England Patriots running back Shane Vereen, Brock Vereen is looking to make it in the NFL on the defensive side of the ball, and the Bengals are interested.
Who' going to the NFL Draft to hear their name called live in front of a national audience?
Who's been locked-up for one more season, and who's scheduled to ht NFL free agency in 2015?
Mini AFC-North tour: Alabama QB A.J. McCarron visiting Browns in Cleveland today, then scheduled to visit Ravens in Baltimore on Wednesday.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 22, 2014
Former Alabama QB A.J. McCarron is projected to get drafted between the 2nd-3rd round, so he'll likely be out of the Bengals' range. That doesn't mean the Browns won't consider him, and it appears the Ravens may also have some interest.
Now that A.J. Green's option has been picked up and an extension for Andy Dalton hasn't yet to happen, it's time for Vontaze Burfict to get what he deserves.
On the latest episode of Future Consideration, Dan Rubenstein and Matt Ufford review the latest Mocking the Draft mock, and then rank the best tight ends in the draft.
The Raiders are set to trade Terrelle Pryor to the Seahawks.
The Bengals will hold a pro day for local prospects who played either high school or college football in the Cincinnati area.
The Bengals want to add a QB through the NFL Draft, and Tom Savage could be someone they look at.
The Bengals have ensured that AJ Green will remain with the team for at least two more years.
It looks as though this is the end of Rolando McClain's NFL career. The former 8th-overall pick of the 210 NFL Draft has never lived up to his draft status, and was eventually cut by the Oakland Raiders before trying to revive his career with the Ravens.
The Cleveland Browns are carefully analyzing all of their options when it comes to drafting a QB in this year's NFL Draft. Texas A&M's johnny Manziel will now visit the team after working out for their staff on Saturday in College Station.
The Dolphins are eyeing a player the Bengals could also be interested in.
Don't expect to see the Bengals calling Loucheiz Purifoy's name in the NFL Draft.
The Raiders are set to trade Terrelle Pryor soon.
The 49ers may be willing to part ways with a player who was regarded as one of the most exciting prospects heading into the 2012 NFL Draft.
The Bengals added another punter to their roster, signing T.J. Conley to a deal.
The Jets have reached a deal with former Titans Pro Bowler Chris Johnson.
The Browns are signing the former Bengals starting fullback, as Chris Pressley becomes the latest former Bengals to join Cleveland.
The Eagles may ship Brandon Graham out of Philly. The Bengals may be someone to watch out for to land him.
Mack won't be escaping the Browns this offseason.
The latest NFL news and rumors.
Who are the best free agents from within the division that are still on the market?
The Jaguars are in need of a center, and the best one in the NFL in Alex Mack. Will he escape the Browns to join them?
The Jags want to sign Alex Mack to a deal, but it will be hard, if not impossible, to pry him from the Browns.
Burleson signs with the Browns, which is not only a boost for their WR unit, but this could also affect the top of the NFL Draft.
The Bears have inked Brian de la Puente to a 1-year deal, leaving the center market pretty dry now.
The Jaguars are in need of a center, and the best one in the NFL, Alex Mack, is still waiting for someone to offer him a contract.
The Broncos cut future Hall of Fame cornerback Champ Bailey earlier this offseason, and he's now signing with the Saints.
The Bucs continue their offseason overhaul by shipping Mike Williams, one of their best offensive players, to the Bills.
The Titans are cutting Chris Johnson today, and the Cowboys may look to sign him soon after his release.
The Ravens are doing their best to make sure they don't miss the playoffs again in 2014, and adding Owen Daniels will help their cause.
If Burleson wee to sign with the Browns, it would not only boost their WR unit, but could also affect the top of the NFL Draft.
Manning signs with the Bengals after the Texans cut him less than a week ago.
The latest news and rumors around the NFL.
After previously visiting the Bengals, Nwaneri will now look to the Titans.
Ayers visited the Bengals previously, but will instead sign with the Giants.
The safety visited the Bengals on Tuesday, and Manning later told SiriusXM NFL Radio that he also will meet with the Chiefs on Thursday.
For all of the talk about where former Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson would go, at the end of the day, a division rival that tends to pay loads of money for popular players won.
The fullback position is something the Bengals may need to address in free agency if Orson Charles isn't the answer.
DeSean Jackson could be joining the AFC North if the Browns are able to land him.
Could the Bengals bolster their safety depth with a veteran not named Chris Crocker?
Jackson is visiting the Redskins on Monday, and they may be primed to sign him.
It seems odd a defensive tackle as good as Sims is signing another one-year deal to remain with the Raiders no less.
Blount leaves the Patriots to sign a deal with the Steelers.
The Eagles have cut DeSean Jackson after they couldn't trade him.
The latest news and rumors around the NFL.
The Bengals are keeping Peko for two extra years, which makes his current contract a three-year deal.
The former Bengals defensive lineman is still waiting for teams to call. Someone should give Mike Brown his number.
The latest on the NFL trying to have 14 teams in the playoff field.
Jared Allen joins the Bears after mulling over an offer from the Seahawks.
What does the future of the Bengals o-line hold?
Campbell's one-year deal with the Bengals doesn't have much guaranteed money, which brings the question as to if he's assured a roster spot.
Ravens receiver Torrey Smith is becoming one of the better young receivers in the NFL, but his deal runs out in 2015.
Within a week, Terrelle Pryor may be out of work while Mark Sanchez is employed.
R.J. Stanford joins to the Bengals after 2 seasons with the Dolphins.
Ayers visited the Bengals last week, and he would be a great signing if he eventually joins Cincinnati.
LeGarrette Blount is slated to meet with the Steelers on Friday, but they aren't the only team lurking around the former Patriots back.
The Eagles may be willing to cut DeSean Jackson if they can't trade him.
Could one of the game's most explosive receivers be on the move?
Vick joins the Jets after receiving interest from the Raiders.
The Bengals have signed a veteran offensive lineman who can play both guard and tackle in Marshall Newhouse.
Schaub won't be facing the Bengals in 2014, unless the Raiders make the playoffs...
The Bengals worked out veteran defensive back Elbert Mack.
Jared Allen could sign with the Seahawks in hopes of finishing his career with a Super Bowl contender, while Hester signs with the Falcons.
Jerricho Cotchery was mulling over offers from the Panthers and Steelers.
The Bengals reached an agreement with Campbell Wednesday night, and they ended up picking him over former backup Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Maurice Jones-Drew's visit with #Steelers ended. No contract. Still no backup RB. Next?— Ed Bouchette (@EdBouchette) March 20, 2014
MJD won't be signing with the Steelers, for now at least. After a 2-day visit in Pittsburgh, he'll now visit the Dallas Cowboys, and is expected to take other visits as he gauges the market for his services.
The former Browns QB is joining the Bengals.
Former Giants receiver Louis Murphy is visiting the Bengals after the Bucs also showed interest in him.
Hopefully, the Bengals cutting Harrison doesn't come back to bite them next year if he signs with the Steelers.
With one week of free agency in the books, to say the Bengals have been quite is an understatement. But, if you expected otherwise, you just don't know this franchise.
Le'Veon Bell could have a new RB partner if MJD signs with the Steelers.
A look at which offensive skill players are still on the market.
The Cowboys made a big signing in the form of former Bears DT Henry Melton.
Figure that with the departure of Hawkins, Cincinnati will apply Mohamed Sanu as the team's most likely slot receiver -- Sanu ran a team-leading 241 routes out of the slot -- posted 24 receptions on 40 targets for 219 yards receiving and a touchdown.
With the initial wave of free agency over and the Bengals sitting idle, the Bengals should use their pile of greenbacks to lock up their young talent before they can test the market.
The Bengals routinely find impact players that can be had for bargain deals.
Starks is back with the Packers after considering the Steelers.
Vincent Rey two-yr. deal: $4.2 million: $ 1 million guaranteed, base salaries of $1 million and $2 million, annual $100,000 workout bonus— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) March 17, 2014
The Bengals haven't released the contract details for Vincent Rey's new deal yet, but according to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, it's a 2-year deal worth a bit over $4 million.
DRC will sign with the Giants after considering an offer from the Jets as well.
Packers free agent James Jones is signing with the Raiders.
The Bengals are hosting Broncos free agent defensive end Rober Ayers on Tuesday.
Linebacker/safety Taylor Mays will remain with the Bengals.
An expanded NFL playoff field is likely coming in 2015.
Zach Strief has re-signed with the Saints. How does that affect the Bengals and Andre Smith?
Could the Bengals eventually show interest in Jared Allen?
The Browns would have one of the best cornerback duos in the NFL if they are able to sign Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.
The Broncos have signed former Steelers receiver Emmanuel Sanders.
Packers free agent running back James Starks will visit the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday.
Ben Tate has agreed to be a member of the Cleveland Browns. his deal is reportedly for two years, though the terms of the deal have yet to be announced. Tate had 771 rushing yards last year and also ran for 942 yards on just 175 carries as a rookie. He's rushed for 1,992 yards and 10 touchdowns in three seasons.
The Bengals have re-signed Vinny Rey to keep the majority of their linebacking unit the same for 2014.
After the Bears cut Julius Peppers, it didn't take him long to find a new team in the Packers.
The latest news, rumors and signings as NFL free agency continues.
The former Ravens tackle is joining the Titans.
The Ravens have signed Steve Smith.
The Bengals today acquired DE Dontay Moch on waivers from the Arizona Cardinals.
The Ravens' primary inside linebacker is back.
The interesting saga surrounding bitter AFC North rivals and wide receiver Andrew Hawkins continues with a recent ESPN report that the Bengals will not match a signed offer sheet.
Another Bengals player is gone after Brandon Ghee signed with the Chargers.
Two more notable free agents are off the market after the Raiders signed Lamarr Woodley, while Jason Hatcher signed with the Redskins.
The Bengals had interest in former Cowboys center Phil costa, but he ended up signing with the Colts.
The Bengals aren't the only team in the AFC North getting stripped of their free agents. The Ravens could lose two key starters from last year's team.
#Patriots Pro Bowl DT Vince Wilfork has asked that the team release him after 10 seasons in New England, according to sources.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 13, 2014
If the Patriots do cut Vince Wilfork, he'll not only be the best nose tackle on the market, but may even be the best free agent available. It creates $8 million in cap savings if the Patriots do cut him, and they'll have $3.6 million in dead money.
Could the Bengals replace Anthony Collins with Donald Penn after the Bucs cut him?
The Browns are trying their best to pry away Andrew Hawkins from the Bengals.
Anthony Collins isn't returning to the Bengals.
The Browns weren't able to steal Andrew Hawkins from the Bengals, but they may snag Julian Edleman from the Patriots.
The Saints have traded running back Darren Sproles to the Eagles.
After cutting Kyle Cook, the Bengals may be ready to make Mike Pollak the starting center.
Jets announce a deal with WR Eric Decker— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) March 13, 2014
The New York Jets made a huge move to help out their offense by signing free agent wide receiver, Eric Decker. He had been with the Broncos.
Remember at the end of The Wire, and during tragic moments throughout the series, when the detectives would hold a wake at a pub? It's time to grab our beers, sing Irish songs and send Collins on his way.
The best cornerback in the game signs with the Patriots as Darrelle Revis is taking his talents to Boston.
Are the Browns are trying to redo their offer for Andrew Hawkins to prevent the Bengals from bringing him back?
Keith Rivers has resurfaced with the Buffalo Bills.
Darrelle Revis leads the way among the top 50 available NFL free agents.
The Cleveland Browns released their second quarterback within an hour when a report broke that Jason Campbell was released.
The Ravens signed Jacoby Jones similar to what the Browns offered Hawkins, who ultimately will remain with the Bengals.
The Bucs have cut All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis. That's bad news for the Bengals.
Arguably the best free agent quarterback on the market, Josh McCown is leaving the Chicago bears to sign a contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where he will compete with Mike Glennon for the starting job in 2014.
The Broncos' spending-spree continues with DeMarcus Ware.
Could the Bengals look at Chris Clemons after the Seahawks cut him?
Saints RB Darren Sproles on the handling of his future: "I want to get released. I don't want to be traded. I don't know where they would send me because I have no control over it and I want to be able to pick. The good thing is none of the teams I'm told they're talking to are terrible. It's more than two. I feel I should have more of an idea later on today."http://www.twitlonger.com/show/n_1s0u5bm
Looking at quarterbacks still on the market who the Bengals may sign.
The Bengals need to bring back Vincent Rey to challenge Rey Maualuga for his starting spot.
Several notable cornerbacks have been released this offseason. Will the Bengals show interest in any of them?
Donald Brown's deal with the Chargers is worth $10.5M over three years— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) March 12, 2014
The San Diego Chargers helped out their offense by signing former Indianapolis Colts running back, Donald Brown.
Aqib Talib has signed with the Broncos.
One of the oddest sagas in NFL history came to a close at the end of the first day of free agency when the Dolphins traded Jonathan Martin to the 49ers.
The Broncos could sign two of the top defensive linemen still on the market.
Various reports suggested that Byrd was asking for something in the $9-10 million range, virtually scaring off some teams. However, the St. Louis Rams and Miami Dolphins as interested parties. Byrd is the only signing that the Saints have made on Tuesday.
The best cornerback on the market is signing with the Bucs.
It seemed clear that the Bengals were comfortable with allowing Hawkins to leave when they tendered the three-year receiver with the lowest tender.
The Bears have cut Julius Peppers after signing Lamarr Houston.
When/if he does, the Bengals will have a few days to match the offer. If not, Cincinnati receives no compensation because Hawkins is a restricted free agent who was given the lowest tender.
Though they have had some salary cap issues this year, the Steelers still managed to sign a solid defensive player on the first day of free agency.
There is no indication that the Bengals were part of any negotiations on Tuesday, as rumored salary figures had reached an annual $7 million mark.
Sources say Ravens have high opinion of Emmanuel Sanders, but haven't reached out yet, will depend on price. Nothing heating up— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) March 11, 2014
Baltimore got to know Sanders well, considering he was with the AFC North rival Steelers for the past four years. The Steelers are not expected to make Sanders an offer, making him the second wide receiver in the last two seasons to leave Pittsburgh for greener fiancial pastures.
Some thought there was a chance that Darren McFadden could land in Cincinnati based on his history with Hue Jackson. It looks like he is going to stay on the left coast.
Remember when the Bengals drafted Andy Dalton in the second round of the 2011 draft? The Jaguars took Blaine Gabbert was the 10th overall pick that year.
The Miami Dolphins are once again active in free agency with the signing of offensive tackle Brandon Albert.
The Ravens re-signed Eugene Monroe.
Clinton McDonald, armed with his Super Bowl ring will be playing next season in Tampa Bay
The Cowboys have cut DeMarcus Ware.
The Houston Texans have released Owen Daniels and Brice McCain.— Houston Texans (@HoustonTexans) March 11, 2014
Owen Daniels has been one of the better tight ends in the NFL in his career, but injuries and poor QB led to the worst year of his career in 2013. Daniels had one year left on a three-year deal worth about $15 million. He would have counted for $6.25 million against the salary cap for the 2014 season. By releasing Daniels, the Texans save $4.5 million against the cap. He has 385 career receptions, 4,617 yards and 29 touchdowns -- which all rank second in franchise history.
The Bengals have cut center Kyle Cook.
The Raiders may sign the top QB and trade for the best CB currently on the market.
The Ravens could try and sign Steve Smith once the Panthers release him.
The start of the NFL free agency signing period is here. See who's going where and who's staying put.
NFL Fee agency is here. Come talk about it in our open thread.
Andrew Hawkins could leave the Bengals for the WR-needy Browns.
The Bengals and Brandon Tate have agreed to a deal that keeps the return man in Cincinnati
Eugene Monroe was able to see he's not as valued on the open market as he though he would be, and now he may return to the Ravens.
The Redskins may not sign Andrew Hawkins after signing Andre Roberts to a deal.
We're keeping our eye on McFadden and the Cincinnati Bengals, despite one NFL agent claiming that no marriage will take place. Originally this connection was a non-story until ESPN NFL Nation beat writer Coley Harvey wrote over the weekend that there are "some around the franchise who wouldn't mind giving him a shot."
The Bucs will cut Darrelle Revis in order to have more cap space, possibly to sign Michael Johnson and Anthony Collins.
Because the Bengals tendered Hawkins with the lowest tender, NFL teams looking for a wide receiver are looking at him without fear of losing a draft pick to compensation.
Source says the Vikings are "definitely'' out of the running for Bengals FA DT Michael Johnson after signing Everson Griffen.— Chris Tomasson (@christomasson) March 10, 2014
On Saturday, Ben Goessling with ESPN was told that Johnson wasn't going back to Cincinnati. On Monday, Josina Anderson (with the same organization) reiterated the obvious conclusion that most of us had already realized..
ESPN's John Clayton is predicting the Redskins will sign Talib, and that could impact the Cincinnati Bengals.
Another big-named player will hit the free agent market, as the San Francisco 49ers are reportedly set to release veteran cornerback, Carlos Rogers.
Bennett's deal may have also provided a forecast for Johnson's ceiling -- in that he'll receive something in the neighborhood of $34 million and $16 million guaranteed. Maybe he'll receive more, or less, but figure that the contract will be similar.
Hawkins was tendered the lowest salary with original round compensation. That means another team could swoop in and sign Hawkins to a significant offer sheet.
One high profile safety may be replacing another in Cleveland when free agent signings are allowed on Tuesday.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are making moves to get themselves in a better salary cap position for 2014. It has been reported that they will release one of the stalwarts of their defense.
There may be hope after all that Darren McFadden could sign with the Bengals.
The Bengals don't figure to join the bidding war for Browns safety T.J. Ward at the moment.
The Bucs are reportedly close to signing Anthony Collins to a massive contract.
Browns free agent T.J. Ward is a solid, hard-hitting safety, that's drawing interest from about 12 teams.
Interest in Bengals free agent Anthony Collins hasn't taken off just yet. Figure that once the top-tier free agents are off the street, then Collins will be in higher demand.
Bengals free agent Michael Johnson still interests the Chicago Bears but Michael Bennett is their first choice.
The Jets have shed some needed salary cap space by releasing veteran cornerback, Antonio Cromartie.
But the question drawing greater interest is the impact this haves with Bengals free agent Michael Johnson.
Thanks to an injury at linebacker during the preseason in 2013, Mays found a niche on Cincinnati's defense that alluded him. Now the Bengals are interested in bringing Mays back.
Based on the activity on Saturday, we're projecting Collins as a second-tier free agent among the "elite" offensive linemen that are available in free agency. That's still not a bad gig and should reward him financially.
The Cincinnati Bengals don't figure to be players in the running back market. However, if they delve into it, they can be more patient.
With the pool of offensive tackles entering free agency being stacked at the top-end, the Bengals still have a realistic shot to retain Anthony Collins.
There are upwards to seven teams that have inquired about Bengals free agent Michael Johnson. The Bears become the third known team
The Chicago Tribune reports the Buccaneers are making a "hard push" to sign free agent DE Michael Johnson.
Taking a look at the stories concerning Michael Johnson, Anthony Collins and a handful of restricted free agents. Plus an update on what the Bengals are doing this weekend.
The Miami Dolphins are reaching out to multiple offensive linemen and none of them are Anthony Collins.
There are several teams already getting into the mix for Johnson, but the Philadelphia Eagles are not one of those teams. Unknown if the Bengals are.
The veteran wide receiver has a connection with the Bengals offensive coordinator, which presents a theory of interest in Cincinnati.
Contract negotiations have stalled and the veteran offensive tackle is going to check out his market value in free agency.
The Cincinnati Bengals won't figure as interested parties in the veteran offensive guard.
If Monroe hits free agency, it helps the Bengals because it add an already decent class of free agent offensive tackles.
Should the Bengals show interest in the former third-round pick out of Auburn, who spent his first five years in the NFL in Cincinnati?
The NFL free agency period is now open for agents to negotiate with teams.
Johnson, who has become one of the top players in free agency this year, could see a significant contract soon.
The Saints have cut running back Darren Sproles.
The Cincinnati Bengals want to re-sign Collins before he enters free agency so that the market doesn't dictate exorbitant salaries. But it might be too late.
The Cincinnati Bengals won't receive anything if another team signs Hawkins to an offer sheet and the Bengals decide not to match.
There could be an impact if a team is willing to surpass the $10 million mark for Monroe.
If there were a game being played today, what would the Bengals offensive depth chart look like?
With former Bengals coordinators now becoming head coaches, unrestricted free agents in Cincinnati will be heavily targeted by their old coaches.
The Redskins head coach Jay Gruden, is familiar with Anthony Collins after being Cincinnati's offensive coordinator for three seasons.
The Raiders could re-sign offensive tackle Jared Veldheer soon, meaning there's one less OT on the market for other team's to pursue instead of Anthony Collins, whom the Bengals don't appear close to a deal with.
The Bengals have re-signed offensive guard Mike Pollak.
Teams are prepping for the upcoming free agency period and sometimes that means cleaning some salaries off the books. The Colts did just that on Thursday by releasing veteran center Samson Satele.
The NFL salary cap took a nice jump this year, but how much will it rise in the coming years? How does it benefit the Bengals?
Tate will become an unrestricted free agent on March 11.
The Broncos are releasing future Hall of Fame cornerback Champ Bailey, and he's now free to sign with any team.
Don't get your hopes up on seeing Raiders free agent running back in Bengals stripes next year.
A look at the free agent offensive tackles and where Anthony Collins may stack up against them.
One week before the free agency frenzy kicks into gear, teams are making moves to clear as much space as possible. The St. Louis Rams said goodbye to a prominent free agent signing that they made just two years ago.
The 2014 free agency period is about to open, but it's never too early to look ahead to the 2015 free agency class.
The Dolphins figure to address left tackle, if not upwards to three offensive linemen, in free agency this year.
The Steelers won't be parting was with Troy Polamalu anytime soon.
A look at who is currently able to be signed by any NFL team before the start of free agency.
The Bengals aren't big players in free agency, but they manage to get quality pieces at decent prices. We lay out a plan for the team in what they should look at doing over the next couple of months to position themselves nicely.
The Cincinnati Bengals could be in the market for a traditional fullback this year.
The former Browns linebacker has already visited with three teams, and is headed to Indianapolis later this week.
The Jaguars are cutting one of their starting guards, and with Mike Pollak becoming a free agent, Uche Nwaneri could be someone to watch for if the Bengals want to bolster their depth there.
What does PFF have to say about the Bengals' biggest free agents?
The Bengals aren't going to pursue Mike Vick, but the Bills, the other team that was interested in signing him in 2009 may do so.
The Bengals, as expected, didn't apply the franchise tag by Monday's deadline. Save for any last minute agreements, Anthony Collins and Michael Johnson will become unrestricted free agents on March 11.
Cleveland named Alex Mack as their No. 1 offseason priority.
The Dolphins have re-signed Brent Grimes, who would have been one of the best defensive backs to hit the market had the two sides not reached an agreement.
What happens between the Baltimore Ravens and Eugene Monroe could affect the Cincinnati Bengals' pursuit of their own free agent, Anthony Collins.
The latest NFL news and rumors includes more controversy surrounding the 49ers and their head coach.
With big contracts expiring after 2014 (Dalton, Green, Burfict, etc.), the Bengals need to free up some cap space. With high cap numbers and concerns with injuries and production, Leon Hall and Domato Peko are prime candidates for contract re-structuring.
The Bills appeared to be on the verge of signing Jairus Byrd to a long-term deal, but now are likely to let him leave in free agency.
While the Bengals hope to keep him, here's a look at which teams could try to sign Anthony Collins once NFL free agency begins.
Johnathan Joseph is set to make $11.25 million in 2014. Houston, do we have a problem?
The latest NFL trade rumors heading into free agency in one week.
The salary cap for the 2014 NFL season is now set.
Carolina has ensured Greg Hardy won't be leaving this year after placing the franchise tag on him.
The Seahawks have parted ways with receiver Sidney Rice and defensive end Red Bryant.
After drafting him with their first-round pick last year, the Dolphins may already be prepared to trade linebacker/defensive end Dion Jordan.
The Baltimore Ravens concluded the work week with a contract to one of their key offensive pieces.
Charles Woodson retiring, D'Qwell Jackson visits and more in the latest NFL rumors and transactions.
The Bills could be on the verge of signing Jairus Byrd to a long-term deal, but are prepared to use the franchise tag on him if necessary.
Hardy is generally considered the top defensive end entering free agency this year with Michael Johnson in second place.
One article suggests that Matt Shaughnessy could be a fit in Cincinnati's defense if Michael Johnson leaves during free agency.
The Baltimore Ravens have a cut two key veterans today in hope of getting further under the cap in order to make some noise once free agency opens in two weeks.
The Eagles have a number of free agents and players with one year left on their deals, but they've been working frantically to get most of them locked-up for the foreseeable future.
The Bengals showed interest in signing Michael Vick four years ago when he was released from prison, but they don't appear to be looking at him anymore as he becomes a free agent again.
The Eagles signed two of their better players to extensions, which will keep them in Philadelphia for a long time.
The veteran linebacker was scheduled to receive a $4 million signing bonus in March with a $9.4 million cap number in 2014.
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