Cincinnati Bengals' Devon Still Moved to Tears After the New England Patriots' Tribute to His Daughter | E! Online
Classy move, New England. On Sunday's NFL game between the New England Patriots and the Cincinnati Bengals, the Patriots had a very moving tribute prepared, and it was all for someone on the other team.
9 coolest responses to Bengals' Devon Still story
Devon Still decided to go public with his daughter Leah's diagnosis of and treatment for stage 4 cancer because he wanted to bring attention to pediatric cancer. Boy, did he ever.
Cincinnati Bengals regroup after lopsided loss
Safety Reggie Nelson overheard a Bengals teammate trying to provide some insight about how it all went so wrong Sunday night. He decided that maybe New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick had the best idea. When everything goes wrong, just move on.
Bengals' Whitworth, Iloka tune out bandwagon fans
Both veteran offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth and second-year safety George Iloka said Monday they aren't worried about negative reaction from Bengals fans following Sunday night's 43-17 loss in New England.
Walkthrough 10.6: Rough Review for Bengals
Somewhere in the sleepless blur between leaving Gillette Stadium at 3 a.m. and finding an hour and a half of shut-eye leaning against the window on my flight back home, I've managed to muster up the energy to string together reviews of the 43-17 Foxborough flop by the Bengals.
On to Carolina
Vontaze Burfict wants to play oh so badly Sunday when the Panthers come to Paul Brown Stadium for a 1 p.m. game. He became good friends with Carolina middle linebacker Luke Kuechly at last year’s Pro Bowl and there’s no way he’d want to miss a showdown between two of the NFL’s best young linebackers. All signs are pointing to Burfict coming back and the Bengals want him back just as badly. Especially after their defense looked so unsettled and unkempt in Sunday night’s messy 43-17 loss to the Patriots in which they gave up their most yards (505) in seven years.
According To The NFL, NFL Security Is Incompetent
The NFL has given ABC News a detailed account of the league's attempts to obtain information about the night that Ray Rice was arrested for assault, and it portrays NFL security as a stunningly incompetent organization. As told to ABC News by NFL spokesperson Brian McCarthy, the NFL attempted to obtain information four separate times.
Sherman unloads on Pierre Garçon after Seahawks win | Comcast SportsNet Washington
"Pierre doesn't matter in this league," Sherman said. Asked to clarify his comments, Sherman replied, "I mean exactly what I said." Garçon was held to two catches for 23 yards against Seattle, and it appears he may have even pulled Sherman's long hair at one point during the game.