CINCINNATI: Bengals work to fix right tackle problem | NFL Football | Columbus Ledger Enquirer
Eric Winston was wondering if he'd play again in the NFL. A team that knows him quite well finally gave him a chance.
Ex-Steeler OLB Chris Carter signs with the Cincinnati Bengals - Behind the Steel Curtain
Another former Pittsburgh Steelers has taken residence in another NFL city. It just so happens it is OLB Chris Carter signing with the Bengals right before the Steelers invade Cincinnati on Sunday.
Cincinnati Bengals place Adam Jones under concussion protocol - ESPN
Bengals cornerback and punt return specialist Adam Jones cleared two separate in-game checks for concussion-like symptoms Sunday at Tampa Bay, but team officials said Wednesday that he told trainers after the game he thought he had a head injury. As a result, Jones was placed earlier this week under the concussion protocol. He didn't practice Wednesday.
Predicting the Final Score of Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals | RantSports
Cincinnati boasts an 8-3-1 mark, while the Steelers enter with a record of 7-5. Last week, Cincinnati barely escaped with a victory against the lowly Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 14-13. Despite the scare, the Bengals have managed to win five of their past six contests.
Ravens Deny Giving Janay Rice A Script Before May Press Conference
The Baltimore Ravens have released a statement denying that they gave Janay Rice a script for the infamous May press conference in which she apologized for her role in getting knocked out by Ray Rice, as well as denying that they told either Janay or Ray that she should apologize.
Video Evidence That We're All Just Living In J.J. Watt's World
This week's episode of Inside the NFL featured a mic'd up J.J. Watt stomping around, talking shit, and wreaking havoc during last Sunday's game against the Titans. These mic'd up segments are commonplace and usually on the boring side, but this one is worth watching from beginning to end simply because it's such a stark portrayal of just how hard J.J. Watt rocks everyone's shit.
Ravens’ defensive backs know they have to get better | ProFootballTalk
The weakness of the Ravens this season has been their secondary, and if Baltimore misses the playoffs, breakdowns in the secondary will be the primary reason. Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb says he and his fellow defensive backs are well aware of that.