Ced's Advice For The Peerman Bowl
Back in the 2010 pre-season finale between the Bengals and Colts, same decade, different time and another game, former Bengals running back Cedric Peerman won a 93-yard dash off the bubble and raced to a seven-year career of 90 games, five playoffs and a
Gameday Info: Colts at Bengals
The Jungle Zone is home to the Bengals’ pregame tailgate party. Located on the east plaza level of Paul Brown Stadium, the Jungle Zone features food, drinks, giveaways and family-friendly activities including inflatables and face painting. The Jungle Zone will open at 4 p.m. on Thursday.
Andy & JJ Dalton Discuss Their Faith With The Community
Nearly 800 people attended the "2nd & 10" with the Daltons on Tuesday, Aug. 27 at 7 Hills Church in Florence, Ky. During the free program, the couple also discussed their family, foundation and football. The evening included music from the 7 Hills worship team, along with a post-program gathering.
'Last Chance U' to Bengals starter: Inside Damion Willis' unlikely rise
On the next play, Willis leaped over Giants starting cornerback Janoris Jenkins and came down with the 33-yard completion. The catch virtually cemented an opportunity that seemed improbable a few weeks ago.
Rookie Report Card: Where Bengals stand heading into preseason finale
As we gear up for the Cincinnati Bengals’ final preseason game against the Indianapolis Colts, let’s take one more look at how some of the notable rookies are doing.
Four position battles still worth watching in Bengals preseason finale
Here is a look at four Bengals position battles still worth watching heading into Thursday night's preseason finale against the Indianapolis Colts (7 p.m. in Paul Brown Stadium and WKRC-TV, Local 12 will televise) and where things likely stand heading into that game.
3 things to watch as Colts take on Bengals in final preseason game
Before the final whistle blew in Saturday's game against the Bears, news leaked out that perennial Pro Bowl quarterback Andrew Luck had made the franchise-altering decision to walk away from the NFL.
Cincinnati Bengals: 3 things to know about Damion Willis
Damion Willis is the feel-good story for the Cincinnati Bengals. In a preseason riddled with injuries, Willis looks to be the guy that will fill the void left by A.J. Green. Green, who is nursing a foot injury, was still in a walking boot as recently as Sunday, leading to speculation that the timetable for Green to return remains very fluid.
Marvin Lewis, Herm Edwards have 'a blast' teaming up at Arizona State
“We have the same eyes,” Edwards said, sitting in his spacious office. “We see the same things. In the morning, it’s like, ‘Where are you going?’ If he says he’s going to sit in on the offensive meetings, I’m like, ‘OK, I’m going to the defensive room.’
Bengals players see nothing like politics in Zac Taylor’s message
Hopkins gets the nod as a Week 1 starter at center in Seattle, displacing first-round lineman Billy Price for the honors next to rookie Michael Jordan at left guard — another big winner.
Around the league
Jadeveon Clowney could miss regular-season games
"This one could go into the regular season," Garafolo said on NFL Total Access on Wednesday. "I know a lot of people are looking at this, saying is Jadeveon Clowney really going to punt on $1 million per week and sit out a game, two, three or whatever? Yeah, at least according to what he has told other people."
Jags plan to 'tweak' defense to feature Allen, Ngakoue
So it is in Jacksonville in 2019. With rookie Josh Allen looking like a wunderkind off the edge right out of the gate, defensive coordinator Todd Wash is in an enviable spot. He has three defensive ends who can all destroy signal-callers, in Yannick Ngakoue, Calais Campbell and Allen.
49ers' QB Garoppolo risky by design during preseason
Jimmy Garoppolo followed up a disastrous preseason performance two weeks ago with a stellar showing last weekend. The dichotomy between the displays casts a shadow over the San Francisco 49ers' offense as the regular season approaches.
Kitchens to let OC Todd Monken call some plays tonight
One example is Freddie Kitchens. Ex-Browns coach Hue Jackson allowed Kitchens, then the RBs coach, to call plays in the final preseason game last season. That experience gave general manager John Dorsey confidence that Kitchens could handle being elevated to OC last year, which provided the opportunity to become head coach in 2019.
Von Miller: Bradley Chubb will look 'different' in Year 2
Chubb has looked unblockable during limited preseason reps, displaying counter-moves he didn't own last season that will make him a dangerous weapon for Vic Fangio to deploy. Chubb already had the speed and power to give offensive tackles fits, now, with a full offseason to refine his game the sophomore is primed to explode.