Bengals put four under concussion protocol - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
One day after giving their players a day off, the Cincinnati Bengals placed four under the concussion protocol Wednesday.
Batman, the mythical superhero of DC comic book lore, lurks in the shadows, silently protecting the citizens from the bad guys of Gotham. Wallace Gilberry, one of the Cincinnati Bengals defensive ends who will help fill Michael Johnson's shoes, thinks of himself much the same way.
The Cincinnati Bengals are welcoming back a big-bodied, war-daddy behemoth to the middle of their defense. The team on Wednesday announced that defensive tackle Geno Atkins has been activated from the physically unable to perform list on the heels of last October's torn ACL.
The Cincinnati Bengals have activated defensive tackle Geno Atkins from the physically unable to perform list, the team announced Wednesday.
Defensive tackle Geno Atkins joined in his first training camp practice on Wednesday, a big step in his comeback from a torn knee ligament. One of the NFL's top interior linemen, Atkins had been limited to working out on a side field for the first week of training camp. He was cleared to join the team for practice on Wednesday. Coach Marvin Lewis said he'll be limited at the outset.
As the Cincinnati Bengals get going with Day 6 of training camp Wednesday, here are three items we are going to be watching:
Dan Le Batard, as part of a stunt for his radio show, attempted to purchase a full-page ad in the Cleveland Plain Dealer. (A mockup, via @itsleooo, can be seen below.) It would have been paid for by interested Miamians via Kickstarter, and poked fun at LeBron James for not, as of yet, publicly thanking Miami fans.
The Ravens are continuing their public support of Ray Rice, the running back whose two-game suspension for a domestic violence incident has been widely criticized.
The NFL has suspended Bengals cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris for the first two games of the 2014 regular season under the league's substance-abuse policy, the team said Wednesday. The 25-year-old Lewis-Harris appeared in six games for Cincinnati in 2013, recording three tackles.