Cincinnati Bengals: Gambles Worth Taking in 2015 NFL Draft
The NFL Draft is a time in which risk and reward are weighed on a second-by-second basis. Some gambles eventually pay off and propel teams to incredible heights, while others fail to pan out. For the Cincinnati Bengals, the 2015 NFL Draft will determine the future of the organization.
2015 NFL Draft: Cincinnati Bengals Must Land Tyler Lockett
Over the past four seasons, the Cincinnati Bengals have placed their trust in embattled quarterback Andy Dalton. The result has been four consecutive berths in the NFL Playoffs and four consecutive one-and-done appearances.
Bengals Offseason Outlook: TEs
Bengals columnist Paul Dehner Jr. begins previewing the status of every position as the team heads into the beginning of the new league year and free agency on March 10. Gain a deeper perspective of the coach's thoughts on personnel, the draft prospects, free agency as well as salary cap ramifications going forward.
CINCINNATI: Bengals release defensive end Geathers, receiver Little | NFL Football | The State
The Bengals released defensive end Robert Geathers — one of Cincinnati's most tenured players — and receiver Greg Little on Friday. Geathers played 11 seasons with Cincinnati, a span of 152 career games that ranks third in franchise history for a defensive lineman. Only Tim Krumrie (188) and Eddie Edwards (170) have played in more games for the Bengals. Geathers, a fourth-round pick in 2004, had 21 tackles, one sack and one interception last season.
Former Cincinnati Bengals Player Sentenced - LEX18.com | Continuous News and StormTracker Weather
A former Cincinnati Bengals player accused of pointing a gun at a driver in Madison County learned his sentence Friday morning. Orson Charles was charged with wanton endangerment last March. Police say he pointed a gun at another driver on Interstate 75. He was given a two year diversion sentence. If there are no new charges brought against Charles in the next two years, his charge will be dismissed.
New York Giants Potential Free-Agent Target: Clint Boling, OG, Cincinnati Bengals - Big Blue View
Cincinnati wants Boling back, but he is likely to be hotly sought after. Should the Giants be one of the bidders?