Latest Bengals.com Media Mock: What If?
Since there are no trades in our Mock and our rep in Arizona is unconvinced that the Cardinals are taking Kyler Murray, only one quarterback is gone before the Bengals pick at No. 11. That would deal conventional wisdom a blow to the solar plexus. But, what if? And wait until you see which quarterback goes off the board. What if?
Charles Davis 2019 NFL mock draft 2.0: Bengals, Broncos go QB
The Bengals recently said they will not extend QB Andy Dalton's contract before the 2019 season. So, the Bengals begin the chant "OH ... IO" and select their QB of the future from right down the road in Columbus.
Seattle Seahawks working out safety Taylor Mays
Drafted in the second round of the 2010 draft, Mays has not played a snap since January 2016 and has not been on an NFL roster since July 2016 when the Cincinnati Bengals released him after he was suspended a total of eight games for violating the league's substance abuse policy.
Seahawks' Russell Wilson wants new deal by April 15
Wilson has made it clear to the Seattle Seahawks that he wants a new deal by April 15, when Seattle begins its offseason program, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Tuesday. The Seattle Times first reported the news.
AAF suspending operations, canceling end of season
"I am extremely disappointed to learn Tom Dundon has decided to suspend all football operations of the Alliance of American Football," AAF co-founder Bill Polian said in a statement Tuesday. "When Mr. Dundon took over, it was the belief of my co-founder, Charlie Ebersol, and myself that we would finish the season, pay our creditors, and make the necessary adjustments to move forward in a manner that made economic sense for all.
Roundup: Colts claim Derrick Kindred off waivers
During his tenure, Kindred played 42 games with 17 starts and generated 137 tackles, with 11 on special teams.
Browns listening to offers for RB Duke Johnson
Pelissero adds the Browns wanted to see what happened with running back Kareem Hunt, who ultimately received an eight-game suspension, and the team isn't about to just give away Johnson.
Chris Harris will not report on first day of workouts
Harris enters the final year of his contract, slated to make $7.8 million in base salary with a $100,000 workout bonus. Turning 30 in June, Harris is hoping for a contract extension. The Broncos would like to address any potential new deal after the draft, per Palmer.