No kidding at camp
With all due respect, again, to Cincinnati sports talk show master Lance McAlister, and the maven of Monday Morning Quarterbacks, Peter King, here are a few things I Think I Believe from the Bengals rookie minicamp that ended Sunday.
AFC North: Equal Playing Field
After the aftermath of the NFL Draft, and congratulating a few personal friends on being selected or picked up, it is time to look at the AFC North as a whole.
Linebacker, corner headline Bengals tryout signings
The Cincinnati Bengals increased their roster size to 90 at the end of their three-day rookie mini-camp on Sunday by signing four of the 19 players they invited in for tryouts. The team signed place kicker Jonathan Brown out of Louisville, cornerback Corey Tindal out of Marshall, linebacker Gionni Paul out of Utah and interior lineman Trip Thurman out of Florida.
Report: Dominique Easley worked out for Bengals
Defensive tackle Dominique Easley hasn’t landed a new job since being released by the Patriots this offseason, but he’s reportedly spent some time trying to convince teams to bring him on board.
5 observations from Sunday Bengals mini-camp
Here are five observations from the third and final day of Bengals rookie mini-camp on Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium.
NFL community celebrates Mother's Day
Players from around the league took to Twitter to celebrate Mother's Day on Sunday. Check out all of the love and thanks they showered their mothers and significant others with below.
Adrian Peterson aids hometown after flood; Rob Gronkowski contract
The Vikings running back reflects on a tragedy in his hometown and his quest to bring the Lombardi Trophy to Minnesota. Plus why the Titans traded down, 10 Things and a looming, Gronk-related issue for the Pats.
The making of Ezekiel Elliott: From a little kid with a heart of gold to the next presumed star of the Dallas Cowboys
At Ezekiel Elliott's table at the NFL draft just more than a week ago, in the final minutes before the Cowboys made the running back their presumed next superstar, eyes were darting around the Chicago auditorium. The duration between opening picks is really just a game of visual Whac-A-Mole: Which of the top prospects' phones is lighting up, and when?
Aaron Rodgers of Green Bay Packers on hand as Randall Cobb graduates
Randall Cobb had a special guest at his college graduation on Sunday. It was his quarterback. A day after he attended the Kentucky Derby, Aaron Rodgers watched one of his favorite targets walk through part of the graduation ceremonies at the University of Kentucky.