The final edition of 10 questions asks why the Bengals have been battered so bad in the second half of playoff losses.
The Jets already made major upgrades to their receiving corps this offseason by trading for veteran Pro Bowler Brandon Marshall and drafting Ohio State's Devin Smith in the second round.
The NFL training-camp season is here, and you can rest assured that the sports world will be watching closely. Whether it's a seasoned quarterback such as Jay Cutler who is learning a new offense, a promising young rookie such as running back Melvin Gordon or a guy who is just fighting to make the team, every player is going to be under the spotlight to some degree over the next few weeks.
In order to win the AFC North for the first time since 2012, the Ravens will need to contain some key players, including Bengals receiver A.J. Green.
Entering this season equipped with a roster full of healthy playmakers, the Bengals offense looks poised for a productive 2015 campaign. Here’s a look at some of their fantasy values for the upcoming season.
Peter King checks in from Pittsburgh Steelers training camp in Latrobe, Pa. with observations on Pittsburgh’s new-look defense and some sights unique to St. Vincent College, hosting Steelers training camp for the 50th year.
Notes on a napkin from Tuesday’s media luncheon that heralds Friday’s start of training camp: It’s like Marvin Lewis says. As head coach of the Bengals, he’s had something like 890 questions about his embattled quarterback.
Marvin Lewis has a vision involving the Super Bowl, Mike Brown, a trophy presentation and a stroll into the sunset. In that order. Lewis doesn’t say it will happen this year. He doesn’t say it won’t. He does say he’s not joking about the sunset.