The Bengals.com Awards are revealed for the 2019 season.
The Bengals.com awards assembly has gathered in the Paul Brown Stadium draft room because there is no time to spare. Even when the last bit of business is handing out our awards for the 2019 season.
Bengals Sign Godsil To Reserve/Future Contract
Godsil (6-4, 233), a first-year player out of Indiana University, originally signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as a college free agent on May 10. After being waived by the Bucs, he signed with the Bengals as a free agent on July 25 and went on to play in all four preseason games. He was waived by Cincinnati on final cuts on Aug. 30, and was not with another team during the 2019 regular season.
Bengals linebackers coach leaves to become DC at Boston College
The season prior to coming to the Bengals Lukabu was the linebackers coach at Mississippi State University, following a stint as quality control coach for the San Francisco 49ers, where he worked with Hafley.
AFC Roundtable: Bengals 2019 recap with Cincy Jungle
Throughout the offseason, I will be running through a series of Q&As with our fellow SB Nation blogs across the AFC. The ball gets rolling with a recap of the 2019 season, while previews of free agency, the 2020 Draft, training camp, and the 2020 season are to come later on.
Cincinnati Bengals: What trade value does Andy Dalton hold?
As soon as the Cincinnati Bengals secured the first overall pick in the 2020 draft, it more than likely indicated the end of Andy Dalton’s tenure in stripes. Dalton could be a part of the future as a bridge quarterback, but it is more likely he’s dawning a new uniform next season.
NFL refutes report that Patriots facing punishment in Bengals scandal
The NFL issued a statement following Adam Schefter’s earlier reporting, calling it “pure speculation” that the New England Patriots are facing punishment over a taping scandal. The league said its investigation into the matter remains ongoing: “There has been no discussion of any potential discipline.”
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Biggest 2020 offseason needs for all 32 NFL teams
As the 2019 NFL playoffs cruise along, 24 teams already have turned their heads to the 2020 offseason -- and the rest of the pack isn't far behind. From the two-win Bengals to whomever ends up being the Super Bowl champion, every team will need something in the offseason.
Panthers to hire Baylor's Matt Rhule as head coach
Rhule's resume of demonstrated success was enough to convince Carolina to bring him in as a candidate for its opening, and his interview sealed the deal. As Rapoport noted, owner David Tepper met with Rhule and his family in Waco, Texas on Monday and made sure Rhule didn't board his flight to New York for his scheduled interview with the Giants. He'll instead be searching for homes in the Charlotte area as the new man selected to lead the Panthers, whose top two included Patriots OC Josh McDaniels.
McCarthy wants Kellen Moore to stay as Cowboys OC
It's a difficult decision to make but a win-win for Moore, who guided the Cowboys to a league-best 431.5 yards per game and 27.1 points per game (6th-best in NFL) in 2019, his first season as offensive coordinator. Each side has its benefits, but with McCarthy spending the majority of his head coaching career as his offense's play-caller, it will be intriguing to see how Moore's responsibilities would fit within McCarthy's new staff. The prestige associated with continuing to build a resume as an NFL offensive coordinator could be tough to turn down, though.
Packers RB Aaron Jones: I'm 'used to being slept on'
"At this point, I'm used to being slept on," Jones said, via The Athletic. "I just have to stop worrying about what other people think of me. I know what kind of player I am and I've done great this year. I'm proud of myself, so honestly at this point, what other people think, it doesn't bother me. I'm All-Pro in my opinion."