Morrison: Cordy Glenn situation coming to a head might spark needed reset for Bengals – The Athletic
Offensive lineman's reported clash with coaches after a long concussion absence is the latest crisis of Zac Taylor's tenure.
Matchup Of The Game: Bengals Hope To Guard Mixon
The Bengals offensive line came out of last Sunday’s game in Baltimore a little less beleaguered and a bit more emboldened despite its stitched-together personnel.
6 players Bengals should consider selling at NFL’s trade deadline | Bengals Wire
Here are some well-known faces to consider.
Ex-Packer Mark Chmura wants Bengals to trade A.J. Green to Green Bay
ESPN Milwaukee radio co-hosts Mark Chmura and Gabe Neitzel have been lobbying for the Green Bay Packers to acquire Cincinnati Bengals WR A.J. Green.
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Patrick Mahomes' knee injury and projected recovery timetable, as explained by medical expert - CBSSports.com
Patrick Mahomes has another hurdle to overcome going forward, but it's yet known if it'll be a mountain or more of a speed bump for the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback. The reigning league MVP reportedly suffered a dislocated knee in the team's win over the rival Denver Broncos on "Thursday Night Football," and was forced out of the game early in the second quarter because of it.
Raiders DC Paul Guenther rails against NFL's handling of Vontaze Burfict
An incensed Paul Guenther, the Raiders' defensive coordinator, passionately came to the defense of suspended linebacker Vontaze Burfict on Thursday, saying the punishment doesn't make sense.
Rams' Jalen Ramsey practices fully, hopes to debut Sunday
Jalen Ramsey said he felt his first practice with L.A. went well Thursday, but it's yet to be announced whether he'll play Sunday when the Rams visit the Atlanta Falcons.
Demaryius Thomas calls Patriots trade 'insulting' - NFL.com
Ahead of Monday night's matchup against his old team, Jets receiver Demaryius Thomas called his stint in New England "a waste of time." The veteran WR didn't appreciate how the Pats handled his trade.
Ravens, Goodell remember civil rights icon Elijah Cummings - NFL.com
Maryland Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, who rose to become a civil rights champion and the chairman of the U.S. House Oversight and Reform Committee, died Thursday. The Ravens and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell issued statements honoring the Cummings' legacy.