Countdown To Training Camp: Impact Players Returning From Injury
With the Bengals nine days away from the start of training camp, Bengals.com presents a series of articles examining various storylines, position battles and things to know. The latest installment looks at some of the top Bengals players returning from injured reserve.
In A Twist, Bengals Player Embarrassed By Fan's Crime
Police in Florence, Kentucky, are searching for a man allegedly stole a case of beer from a store. At the time, he was barefoot and wore a Bengals jersey, so be on the lookout for a guy who really hates shoes and loudly talks about how happy he is that Marvin Lewis is gone.
Rank ’em: Top broadcasting/media careers among former Bengals players – The Athletic
There's no shortage of those who have made their mark in the media.
Is Bengals WR Tyler Boyd primed for a regression?
Can the Bengals WR keep up the pace? Even if he doesn't, it wouldn't be the end of the world.
Around the League
Ravens place Marquise Brown on NFI list to start camp - NFL.com
Baltimore will open training camp practices without its first-round wideout available. Ravens receiver Marquise Brown was among four Baltimore rookies placed on the reserve/non-football injury list.
Broncos LB Todd Davis (calf tear) to miss 3-to-4 weeks - NFL.com
Broncos linebacker Todd Davis tweaked his calf at practice and an MRI later revealed a partial calf tear, per NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. Davis is expected to be back in plenty of time for Week 1.
Flacco hyped about fresh start -- 'I've got a lot left'
Joe Flacco, entering his first training camp with the Broncos after serving as the Ravens' starter, said he feels "like I can do a lot more than I've shown in my 11-year career."
Chiefs fan fined $500 for flashing laser at Brady
Dwyan Morgan, 64, of Lee's Summit, Missouri, was fined $500 after pleading guilty to shining a laser at Tom Brady during the AFC Championship Game.
DOJ sides with NFL, Raiders in Oakland antitrust lawsuit and the city hits back - ABC News
DOJ sides with NFL, Raiders in antitrust lawsuit prompting the City of Oakland to throw a challenge flag