Terrelle Pryor signs with Cincinnati Bengals - NFL.com
Terrelle Pryor earned another shot at an NFL quarterback gig. The Cincinnati Bengals announced Sunday they signed the signal-caller to a contract after his tryout during rookie mini-camp. Pryor will battle backups AJ McCarron and Josh Johnson for a spot on the roster this summer.
Whitworth clears the air on contract
Andrew Whitworth alternated between entertaining his two sons and the new offensive tackles in the Cincinnati Bengals rookie camp on Saturday morning, but the Pro Bowl left tackle also wanted tamp down any lingering controversy following a week in which he voiced his displeasure with his status on the team.
Cincinnati Bengals add Terrelle Pryor to quarterback depth chart | AL.com
The Cincinnati Bengals have added another quarterback to the backup pool behind starter Andy Dalton. On Sunday, the Bengals signed former Ohio State star Terrelle Pryor. Pryor did not play in the NFL last year, but he started nine games for the Oakland Raiders during the 2013 season, his third in the NFL. Despite that, Pryor participated in Cincinnati's rookie minicamp over the weekend as a tryout player, signing after the final practice.
Saturday hits: Whit: I'll never put on another uniform; Shaw-Zim connect; Slim salute; Coaching add
Five days after baring his soul about clarity concerning his future, left tackle Andrew Whitworth has seen the future and it is in stripes. “I’ll never put on another uniform other than a Cincinnati Bengals uniform,” Whitworth said he watched Saturday morning’s rookie minicamp at Paul Brown Stadium/ “The bottom line is I love this. I won’t play anywhere else.” Whitworth said he and the club have talked, but he won’t divulge the contents. But after working second-round pick Jake Fisher, he said he’s ready to lead his team to a world’s championship. “They’ve always been great and loyal to me and my family. We will continue to be that way to them,” Whitworth said.
CINCINNATI: Bengals rookie receiver Mario Alford shows he's fast at camp | NFL Football | The Sun Herald
Mario Alford moved up to catch the short punt, caught it in stride and took off, his golden cleats churning away. Nobody could keep up. The Cincinnati Bengals added an extremely fast player when they drafted the receiver out of West Virginia in the seventh round. He's only 5-foot-9, so he's seen as more of a slot receiver. For now, they're trying to teach him how to return punts.
Two free agents that could make team
The NFL Draft may be the annual, scheduled, influx of new talent into the league but the mission to find it is never complete. It's why teams compile a list of college athletes who they feel will go undrafted, prioritize them, and recruit them nearly as hard as college coaches would.
If Brady is suspended, Patriots will need to sign a quarterback | ProFootballTalk
It's been a long time since quarterback was a team need for the Patriots, but it may be time to bring another passer to New England, as soon as this week. If Tom Brady is suspended for his role in Deflategate, the Patriots would surely want another veteran quarterback on the roster.