Reports: Katy Perry to perform at halftime of Super Bowl XLIX | ProFootballTalk
With Rihanna telling the NFL and CBS to eff off after her song was dumped from the first Thursday Night Football broadcast of the year, the contest for securing the privilege of performing at halftime of the Super Bowl apparently was down to two -- Katy Perry and Coldplay.
Bengaldom turns Green as coaches cope
A.J. Green’s Pro Bowl toe is now in the hands of a blue-ribbon panel of doctors and while Bengaldom holds its collective breath, offensive coordinator Hue Jackson holds his cards in Sunday’s 1 p.m. game at Paul Brown Stadium against the Panthers.
Panthers vs. Bengals preview - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
With the Cincinnati Bengals reeling from what ended as a 26-point loss to the Patriots and the Carolina Panthers looking to build off their big win over Chicago, we begin tiptoeing into the middle part of the season with this intriguing non-conference matchup.
The Carolina Panthers are banged up in the secondary, and Sunday’s opponent, the Cincinnati Bengals, aren’t healthy at wide receiver. Carolina will be without starting nickel cornerback Bené Benwikere, who injured his foot last week. Cornerback Josh Norman is in the concussion protocol and didn’t practice Wednesday.
Jermaine Gresham had barely picked himself up off the turf before cameras showed Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton barking instructions at him. The fourth-year quarterback, clearly frustrated by an incomplete pass he threw to a wide-open Gresham, was demonstratively showing his tight end what he should have done that would have led the ball perfectly into his hands. As he repeatedly waved his right arm out wide, Dalton was loudly telling Gresham to keep running.
CINCINNATI -- A.J. Green did not practice on Thursday and the likelihood that the Bengals will play Sunday's game against Carolina without their top wide receiver has increased.
At a time when the NFL remains embroiled in controversy over whether and to what extent the Ravens and the league office tried to cover up a domestic violence incident involving Ray Rice, a former General Manager claims that cover ups were the norm.