Bengals Booth Podcast: Catching up with offensive line coach Jim Turner
It's the "Block Party" edition of the Bengals Booth Podcast as broadcasters Dan Hoard and Dave Lapham go in-depth with offensive line coach Jim Turner about the return of Jonah Williams, the addition of Xavier Su'a-Filo, the status of Billy Price, and more.
Patriots pay $1 million, draft pick for filming Bengals
The videographer responsible for the Patriots video has also been banned from the NFL indefinitely. The Patriots will reportedly pay $1.1 million in fines, forfeit their 2021 third-round draft pick and the ability for their television crew to film any games during the 2020 season, according to ESPN’s Mike Reiss.
Patriots penalized a 2021 NFL Draft pick, $1.1 million as punishment for 2019 recording of Bengals - CBSSports.com
The New England Patriots have received their penalties from the NFL after members of their television team were discovered recording from the Cincinnati Bengals' press box during the Bengals' home game against the Cleveland Browns last season. The Patriots will lose a third-round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft and pay a $1.1 million fine with their crew not allowed to record games during the 2020 season, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter and Mike Reis.
NFL fines Patriots, strips 2021 draft pick for filming Bengals' sideline
The NFL has reportedly handed down its punishment to the New England Patriots after the team was caught illegally videotaping the Cincinnati Bengals' sideline during a game in December.
Patriots docked third-round pick, fined $1.1M for filming Bengals' sideline
At the time, the Patriots confirmed that the organization's video crew, independent of the football operation, did film the field while in the press box at the Bengals-Browns game. The Patriots said they reached out to the Browns for a credential for a videographer to shoot a behind-the-scenes piece on an advance scout as part of their "Do Your Job" video series.
Auden Tate named Bengals most underrated player
From drafting Joe Burrow to signing D.J. Reader, the roster is much different. One of their strongest position groups is wide receiver. A.J. Green is expected to return to his normal self after missing all of last season with an ankle injury.
John Ross highlights offer reminder of what he can do for Bengals
But much of the hype around the Bengals has overlooked Ross. He’s got Joe Burrow under center but when it comes to wideouts, the return of A.J. Green, star power of Tyler Boyd and the hype of second-round rookie Tee Higgins command attention.
Could Markus Bailey be a surprise starter for Bengals?
Linebacker could end up being one of those spots where things go the unexpected route after so many additions to the room. The front office added Josh Bynes in free agency, brought on draft picks Logan Wilson, Akeem Davis-Gaither and Markus Bailey and added names in undrafted free agency.
Bengals: An updated look at A.J. Green, Joe Mixon extensions
July 15th is undoubtedly circled in red marker on every calendar in Paul Brown Stadium. It’s the deadline for the Cincinnati Bengals to come to a long term agreement with their star wide receiver and pillar of the franchise, A.J. Green.
Around the league
Former MVP QB Cam Newton agrees to 1-year deal with Patriots
The 2015 MVP-winning quarterback has agreed to terms on a one-year deal to join coach Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. Rapoport added that the deal, which both sides have quietly worked on recently, is worth up to $7.5 million, according to a source informed of the terms.
Patriots provide perfect landing spot for Cam Newton
After two straight seasons ravaged by injuries, the 2015 MVP became a free agent at the worst possible time. A global pandemic prevented teams from getting a clear medical picture of Newton during an offseason awash in quarterback options and teams convinced they had found "The Guy." Many of those teams will look foolish by late fall because many teams always look foolish by late fall. Newton, meanwhile, should be in the thick of a playoff race.
Adrian Peterson calls current RB deals 'disrespectful'
A fixture in the NFL for 14 seasons who plans on running strong for plenty more before heading to Canton, Adrian Peterson's career has seen franchises' approach and outlook on running backs change abundantly since he was selected seventh overall by the Minnesota Vikings in 2007.
Seau, Brees, Gates head LaDainian Tomlinson's top five teammates
Neal was also one of the few players who could lighten my mood during games. Not that I was ever in a bad mood, but I'd be so focused on the task at hand that it was hard for me to get out of the zone. He had this saying, and I can still hear it clear as day. When we lined up out of the huddle and the quarterback walked up under center, Neal would turn around and say, "Get on my hip and don't dip, daddy. Let's go." I can't help but chuckle when I think about that. We had so many great moments -- on and off the field -- during those five seasons with the Chargers, and it was only fitting that he was the presenter at my enshrinement into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.