Cincinnati Bengals again without Giovani Bernard - ESPN
Giovani Bernard might soon miss the first game of his career. The second-year Cincinnati Bengals running back missed his second straight practice Thursday afternoon. Like Wednesday, he didn't make it on the practice fields while his teammates worked out.
Cincinnati Bengals starting running back Giovani Bernard could miss their game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. At 4-2-1 the Cincinnati Bengals currently sit atop the AFC North standings though their divisional lead isn’t very big as the Baltimore Ravens are nipping at their heels
As a former first-round pick, the wait to enter the Cincinnati Bengals' starting cornerback rotation has been long and, at times, frustrating for Dre Kirkpatrick. He certainly didn't believe when he was drafted that by the middle of his third season that he still would be fighting to climb the defensive depth chart. By this point, he thought he would be fending off challengers who were competing to take playing time from him.
One week after a two-touchdown defeat to their in-state rival Miami Dolphins, the Jaguars on Sunday begin a treacherous three-game stretch of their schedule against a trio of teams with winning records -- and that all look like prime postseason candidates.
The AFC North is full of talented football teams, but only one NFL squad can win. Here’s why the Cincinnati Bengals win the AFC North. Dan Salem and Todd Salem debate in today’s TD Sports Debate. Two brothers from New York yell, scream and debate the NFL and sports.
Saints coach Sean Payton held his tongue all week. But after beating the Panthers on the road Thursday night (which followed beating the Packers Sunday night), Payton was finally ready to let the NFL know how he felt.
From the moment former federal judge Barbara S. Jones decided that Commissioner Roger Goodell will testify in the Ray Rice appeal hearing, a distinct possibility emerged that the challenge to Rice's indefinite suspension will be resolved.
Arizona Cardinals safety Tony Jefferson had a great game on Sunday, probably the best of his young career. He had 11 tackles—the most of any player—and his team beat Philadelphia 24-20 to advanced to 6-1, tied for the best record in the NFL. It's a game he would cherish forever, except he has no memory of it. Driving after the game, Jefferson had to pull over:
Some football players are easier to motivate than others. And the Browns are using props to help keep their defensive players on edge, playing on the team's Dawg Pound heritage.