Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis says receiver Marvin Jones out 'a few weeks' - ESPN
Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis announced Monday that wide receiver Marvin Jones will be out "a few weeks" after having a pin surgically placed in his left foot over the weekend. "He doesn't have a severe injury that should keep him out for very long," Lewis said.
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Marvin Jones suffers broken foot - Sports Mole
The Cincinnati Bengals have revealed that third-year wide receiver Marvin Jones has broken his fifth metatarsal in his left foot. The team is unsure as to how Jones sustained the injury, as he was able to complete team drills for the first time since an extended rest on Saturday.
After a few weeks of camp and one preseason game, coaches are starting to see what they have to work with when it comes to their players. Some have been outperforming their expectations, and others may be on their way out because of new additions to the team or because of underperforming. Here are three winners and three losers from the Cincinnati Bengals 2014 training camp.
After almost two weeks either on the outs or in limbo, the Bon Jovi/Toronto bid group has been advised it is a finalist in the Buffalo Bills sale, QMI Agency learned Monday morning. The group is scheduled to meet with the seller and its transaction team on Tuesday in Manhattan.
A report from the Seattle Times indicates that police are "investigating an allegation of assault and personal property damage involving Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch." The Bellevue Police Department released a statement on the situation.
The Lions made a change to their WR depth on Monday, claiming first-year pro Conner Vernon on waivers from Cincinnati and waiving rookie Quinton Payton. The roster moves were disclosed in the NFL's Monday transactions. Vernon (6-0, 200) finished the 2013 season on the Browns' practice squad.
Is Cincinnati Bengals' Brandon Tate feeling the heat? - ESPN
One day earlier in training camp, Brandon Tate was sitting quietly at his locker when a reporter approached to break the silence around him. The reporter had a philosophical question for the Cincinnati Bengals receiver and return specialist. Do you think you can make this team?
Tune out the noise. Brian Hoyer learned that lesson well when he was a backup quarterback for the New England Patriots. That’s the mantra that Bill Belichick constantly pounds into the heads of his players: don’t listen to outside voices, especially the ones belonging to fans and media. All that matters is what comes from within. Focus on your job and everything else will take care of itself.