The Bengals finally have a defensive coordinator, but was the wait worth it?
New defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo was praised by Zac Taylor for his teaching ability as a coach, while a former Bengals great is expressing generosity in a way only he can.
The Bengals have finally found their defensive coordinator.
Around the AFC North: Steelers agree to trade Antonio Brown and allow Le’Veon Bell to hit free agency
Somehow Ben Roethlisberger will be the last man standing from Pittsburgh’s triplets.
Joe Mixon wasn’t pleased with a few of his grades from the past season.
Zac Taylor’s younger brother, Press Taylor, the quarterbacks coach for the Eagles, doesn’t know what offense his older brother will be running, but he knows it will be different.
After what has been a short honeymoon, the Cincinnati Bengals have entered the month of February on a sour note. Who will take the seemingly-unwanted defensive coordinator job and do the Bengals now need to look at adding to the running back group again this offseason?
The most experienced assistant coach Zac Taylor has hired, Turner brings familiarity and past troubles to Taylor’s system.
We catch up with the talented Bengals wideout once again, this time asking him about what skills he is looking to improve, the idea of a Super Bowl coach taking over the club and much more!
The Bengals need a linebacker, but could one other than Devin White be the pick at No. 11?
Updating the Bengals’ analytics department is just one of the changes the organization needs to make this offseason.
The Bengals have parted ways with Marvin Lewis, and the process to find the next head coach is winding down. Check back here for the latest news.
You ever see those blue tablets on the sidelines? They do more than you think.