Top 20 Wins in the Bengals.com Era
With 2019 marking the 20th season of Bengals.com, we offer the 20 best wins the site has seen. The criteria just doesn’t involve what victory had the most impact on the standings. There’s also how it was done. And where. And against what foe. And when.
Gallery: Bengals rookies who could end up being steal of the draft
While it seems hard for 10 new players to crack a roster for any team, the fact the Bengals have a new coaching staff and some unique needs means more names could break through than expected.
Renell Wren shares advice Geno Atkins and Carlos Dunlap gave him
But that also means something else — the depth and caliber of the unit means Wren has some incredible mentors as he starts his pro career.
Around the league
Ezekiel Elliott issues apology after Goodell meeting
The meeting between Elliott and Goodell was preceded by an incident where the running back had a confrontation with a security guard at a Las Vegas music festival. Elliott was briefly detained but never arrested after the guard fell after being nudged by the running back.
Davante Adams: Geronimo Allison could be 'dangerous'
This offseason, Allison has almost been a forgotten man, as attention has landed on Marquez Valdes-Scantling and other, younger receivers. With new coach Matt LaFleur promising a more multiple offense in Green Bay in 2019, there is reason to believe Allison's breakout season could be on the horizon.
NFL world celebrates USWNT's win over England
The entire nation was watching Tuesday as the United States women's national soccer team topped England, 2-1, in the semifinals of the 2019 Women's World Cup.
NFL, NFLPA to meet July 17-19 to negotiate new CBA
The three-day summit will be the first time sides have negotiated for three consecutive days in an effort to hammer out the more difficult issues. Sides have met thrice previously this offseason.
Patrick Mahomes shedding 'baby fat' in offseason
Offseason stories about NFL players shedding weight are old-hat, tropey narratives regurgitated on the regular. Most times they have to do with an over-heavy lineman shedding extra pounds at a coach's behest or a running back getting back into shape to salvage his waning career.
Texans RBs coach: D'Onta Foreman 'light-years ahead'
"He's light-years ahead of where he was last year at this time, coming off the injury and everything," Texans running backs coach Danny Barrett said last month, via the Houston Chronicle. "I still think he's continuing to work hard. I think he's had a good offseason to date. The time away from here, I thought was well spent for himself. Getting ready to go physically, and I think mentally, right now, is what I look at is each and every day.
David Baker: HOF to consider 20 enshrinees for 2020
"It is extremely elite company, and it's not the Hall of very, very good. It's the Hall of Fame, and so it should be difficult to make it," Baker said. "But there's a lot of guys through the years (who deserve to be honored but have not). We have several guys who are on all-decade teams who aren't in the Hall of Fame. And, so, this is an opportunity with the Centennial coming up. And what we've looked at potentially and has been approved, at least in concept, by our operating board, but we're going to have to go through the full board, is that potentially we would have 20 Hall of Famers enshrined for the year 2020.
C.J. Mosley: 'Whole NFL is sleeping on the Jets'
C.J. Mosley isn't used to being on a team no one believes will win. After years of sporting Baltimore Ravens purple and being predicted to make the playoffs, the linebacker took a huge pay raise to join the perennially downtrodden New York Jets.