Brown Has His Say To Usher In The New
But at 83 years old he said it all for an offensive guy that has been chasing a Super Bowl title since he was, well, younger than the 35-year-old Taylor. Brown knows that’s not his game being played out there these days and so he did what he’s never done before and entrusted someone else to head the search to find a guy that can coach it as NFL offense careens into what looks to be “The Roaring ‘20s.”
Boot-less Green Gets Kick Out Of Taylor Scheme
New Bengals head coach Zac Taylor had yet to meet his best player Tuesday morning, but wide receiver A.J. Green is well acquainted with the offense the Rams used the past two seasons and he can’t wait to use it. Green says it reminds him of the scheme under Jay Gruden, the offensive coordinator during his first three seasons in the league.
'We'll Have An Attacking Mindset'
Brooks Taylor, eight years old and flipping a Bengals orange and black rubber football in his hands as he joined his family for Monday’s walk-through Paul Brown Stadium on his dad’s first day as the head coach, didn’t blink.
New Bengals coach Zac Taylor 'not going to try to be' Sean McVay
CINCINNATI -- New Cincinnati Bengals coach Zac Taylor knows the comparisons to Sean McVay will come early and often. Taylor not only spent two years working with McVay as an assistant for the Los Angeles Rams, but they're also similar in age. At 35 and 33, respectively, Taylor and McVay are the youngest head coaches in the league.
Kyler Murray to Cincinnati Bengals makes sense, per ESPN NFL analyst
Mike Golic Jr.: We've talked about this is a weak free-agent class at quarterback this offseason - this is a weaker quarterback draft class coming out in the NFL right now - but who are the teams that you look around at and say absolutely need to address quarterback this offseason in the NFL.
Who will be on Zac Taylor's coach staff with the Cincinnati Bengals?
The Zac Taylor news finally became official on Monday after weeks of tiptoeing around the worst kept secret in Cincinnati. Tuesday he endured a gauntlet of media and marketing at Paul Brown Stadium.
Bengals can begin workouts two weeks early, exempt from Hard Knocks
The Cincinnati Bengals can begin offseason workouts two weeks earlier than the majority of the NFL due to their change in head coach. This news comes after a report from Jay Morrison, a writer for The Athletic.
Jeremy Hill slams Bengals fanbase in latest IG rant
We all get it. It’s not easy being a Bengals fan. That’s something that unites us. While some fan bases have it worse than Cincinnati, some are currently basking in the limelight.
Report: Nick Foles Voids Eagles' Contract Option for 2019 Season
The Eagles picked up Foles' option earlier Tuesday, per ESPN.com's Tim MacMahon, but he bought his way out of it as expected. The Eagles must now decide whether to use the roughly $25 million franchise tag on Foles—which would put them in a tricky salary-cap situation if they didn't find a trade partner by the start of the 2019 league year—or let him stay a free agent and take the compensatory pick they receive in 2020.
Many Ex-Packers Wonder If The Rodgers-LaFleur Marriage Will Work
Finley had a rocky relationship with quarterback Aaron Rodgers during his time in Green Bay. And earlier this week, Finley said he believes new Packers head coach Matt LaFleur will also have his hands full with Rodgers.
Predicting Landing Spots for the NFL's Most Realistic 2019 Trade Targets
The NFL's trade market tends to be underutilized. Teams that do take advantage of trades—much like the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots did this past offseason—often benefit.
VIDEO: Steelers Fan Totally Destroys TV After Patriots Win Super Bowl
Like most forms of entertainment, football -- particularly the Super Bowl -- has been known to stir pretty serious emotions on both ends of the spectrum. Most reach a rare level of happiness when their teams perform well on the biggest stage in the NFL, and are likewise devastated mentally and emotionally when things don't go according to plan. And of course, there's option three: in the case of one Pittsburgh Steelers fan, who was so angry about the Patriots win in Super Bowl LIII that he went to town on a television.