Ten players added to PFT’s All-Unemployed Team | ProFootballTalk
With the draft in the books and the rookie minicamps wrapped up, it was time to revisit PFT's 2015 All-Unemployed Team. Ten new players have been placed on the team, most notably ex-Raiders wide receiver James Jones, who caught 73 passes in 2014.
Jeremy Hill: It feels like now or never to win in playoffs | ProFootballTalk
The Bengals extended coach Marvin Lewis's contract through the 2016 season, a decision that was surely influenced by the fact that Lewis has steered the team into the playoffs after each of the last four seasons.
Cincinnati Bengals: Make or break year for Andy Dalton | isportsweb
Andy Dalton has led the Cincinnati Bengals to the playoffs in his first four seasons of the NFL, posting a regular season record of 40-23-1 but failing to win a game in the postseason. Most teams would be happy with making the playoffs four years in a row, but one year after signing a six year 96 million dollar contract, expectations have been raised. Dalton showed promise and progression in his first three seasons, with his completion percentage, touchdowns and QBR going up each season. Unfortunately, his interceptions also went up in his first three seasons posting a career high of 20 in 2014.
Dre Kirkpatrick boldly calls himself 'starter' at cornerback - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
"I'm the starter. Point-blank. Period," the fourth-year defensive back told ESPN on Monday
One & Done: Cincinnati Bengals' Ross Browner recalls his 'extra' special PAT | FOX Sports
Growing up in Warren, Ohio, Ross Browner always dreamed of finding the end zone. In fact, most nights, when he and his brothers would play outside, the last call they'd dial up before coming in for the evening was a Hail Mary for the win.
Ex-Spartan Darqueze Dennard goes for bigger role with Bengals
Ex-Spartan and Dre Kirkpatrick will compete for open cornerback job, starting with minicamp next month