Over the past few years, the Bengals' offense has had the image of holding the team back and having some glaring holes. The team has slowly addressed them and it's time for the excuses to go away.
The Bengals and right tackle Andre Smith finally came to an agreement last weekend to bring him back for the next three years. One lingering concern was what kind of shape that he would be in--Geoff Hobson quells our fears in that regard.
In a Cincy Jungle/Who-Dey Weekly interview with Bengals.com Editor Geoff Hobson, he indicated that the club will likely still re-sign veteran linebacker Thomas Howard.
In years past, the Bengals were an afterthought in free agency and were primarily used by players for negotiation leverage. A few players on the open market made it known that they wanted to be in Cincinnati. Is the team revitalizing its image?
The pleasantly surprising news came out on Friday that the Bengals had re-signed their big offensive tackle, Andre Smith. Though we knew it was a three-year, $18 million deal, we didn't know other specifics. We have a bit clearer picture now.
The Bengals made it known that one of their biggest priorities of this offseason to re-sign Andre Smith and they have done so. There are some details trickling in about the new contract.
Freshly signed linebacker James Harrison had a conference call today with the Cincinnati media. During the call, Harrison shed a little light on why he chose the Bengals and what he thinks he can bring to the team.
The Bengals have ramped up their free agency strategy over the past couple of weeks and added a veteran backup to their roster on Tuesday.
After the Bengals offered them one-year deals back in March, the duo of Andrew Hawkins and Jeromy Miles finally signed their tenders on Monday, officially bringing them back into the fold for 2013.
The Bengals have had a busy week hosting and signing players, all of which has hit an apex on Friday. One of the biggest names on the free agent market continues to be connected to Cincinnati.
The Bengals are seemingly trying to get deals done before the weekend hits and another may be coming down the pike, according to a report from Geoff Hobson.
The Bengals are starting to make some moves shortly before the draft. One we previously knew about and the other was a reaction to the new signing.
Recent reports from Bengals.com Editor Geoff Hobson and The Cincinnati Enquirer's Joe Reedy noted that the Bengals have a one-year deal in place to re-sign free agent running back, Bernard Scott.