Zac Taylor is doing something unique in practice.
The Bengals’ star receiver is back at practice, but a new system, his entrance into his 30s and his early exit from two of the past three seasons bring all sorts of questions about this year’s outlook.
The Bengals wide receiver believes the hype is valid this year.
The Bengals’ undrafted rookie quarterback is turned heads in practice after getting some snaps on Andy Dalton’s day off.
John Ross is heading into his third season, and he is prepared to make it his best one yet.
Herm Edwards has a new coach on his staff at Arizona State in Marvin Lewis, and he’s not interested in his former employer.
On this week’s episode, John and Anthony look at the opening of mandatory minicamp, the offensive line shuffle, A.J. Green’s return to on-field work and more!
Drew Sample was a surprise pick only because of when he was drafted, not why he was drafted.
Zac Taylor is excited to have Ben Martin help innovate the Bengals’ offense going forward.
Jerry played under Turner for two years in Miami, and was one of the main perpetrators in the team’s "Bullygate" scandal.
Bengals’ running back made the media rounds, and it is pretty clear that he can’t wait to start competing this season.
Cincinnati has rarely been low on talent at the receiver position, and loyalty on both sides has been the main reason why.
Taylor suffered a season-ending knee injury as a rookie.
The Bengals next step of the offseason is right on the horizon. That means we are one step closer to actual football.
Duke Tobin speaks on the Bengals’ interest in defensive tackle Gerald McCoy.
The Bengals won’t be deviating from the uniforms they wore last season.
Dalton has been putting in the work... in the film room.
The Bengals have a lot of questions regarding the backups for Andy Dalton. Anthony and John tackle that debate as well as discussing... Marvin Lewis and Carson Palmer?