Bengals try to keep Andy Dalton untouched vs Titans' pass rush, stay unbeaten into bye week | Fox News
Walking off the field after another win, offensive tackles Andrew Whitworth and Andre Smith started lobbing their quarterback for a little love. Given how few times Andy Dalton has hit the ground this season, he had to listen.
Know Your Opponent: Cincinnati Bengals (Week 3)
Week 3 marks the first of two consecutive road games for the Titans against two reigning playoff teams. First up is the Cincinnati Bengals (2-0), one of seven remaining unbeaten teams in the NFL to start the 2014 season. The Bengals are riding a 10-game home winning streak in the regular season, and have put together three consecutive playoff campaigns.
Cincinnati Bengals among NFL teams with most player arrests - Dayton Business Journal
The National Football League has an image problem in the wake of several high-profile incidents regarding domestic violence and child abuse. But the NFL’s issue with player misconduct is nothing new. There have been more than 500 arrests of NFL players in the past 10 years.
Cincinnati Bengals' A.J. Green back at practice, status unclear - ESPN
Bengals receiver A.J. Green was back at practice Thursday, working out for the first time since a toe injury forced him to exit early from the team's 24-10 win Sunday over the Atlanta Falcons. Green said Wednesday that he has not ruled out the possibility of playing this Sunday when the Bengals host the Tennessee Titans. The three-time Pro Bowl receiver said that if he responds favorably to treatment and practice the rest of this week, he'll play.
Devon Still of Cincinnati Bengals, Sean Payton of New Orleans Saints talk for first time - ESPN
Devon Still and Sean Payton chatted Thursday morning on ESPN Radio's "Mike & Mike" show for the first time since the New Orleans Saints coach purchased 100 of the Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle's jerseys from the team's website, proceeds of which went to pediatric cancer research.
Cops: Vols Fan Made Teen Son Drink Until He Passed Out
A Tennessee man was charged with contributing to the delinquency of a child and aggravated child abuse and neglect for allegedly making his 15-year-old son play a drinking game with him as they watched the Volunteers' game against Oklahoma Saturday.