Carlos Dunlap speaks out against racism; wants to talk with Mike Brown
Discrimination may have been evident often enough down through the years to him, but his group of about five black NFL players were appalled that it was at this moment in time that the park ranger tossed them out and let the white group keep roaming on the grass.
Photo Gallery: Bengals Training Camp Practice August 24
View some of the best images from the Bengals Training Camp Practice on Monday, August 24, presented by Gatorade.
A.J. Green running again at Bengals practice
Bengals receiver A.J. Green has had a brutal run of injuries that caused him to miss half of the 2018 season, all of the 2019 season and a lot of training camp in 2020. But he was able to get a little work in on Monday.
Fantasy Football ADP Review: Healthy Matt Stafford rising while Melvin Gordon and A.J. Green are falling
It's fun to keep track of the Average Draft Position data on CBS Sports, and it's something I continue to study every day. We monitor players rising and falling, and you can learn plenty about the guys who are gaining and losing momentum.
Billy Price still trying to find footing in year 3 with Bengals
Price started 10 games at center for the Bengals in 2018, but did not play up to expectations. However, he was a rookie and dealt with injuries -- such as a foot ailment that he suffered in just his second professional game -- and it often takes longer for things to click for offensive linemen. But just the fact Price missed games due to an injury was news considering he is the all-time iron man at Ohio State, holding the school record with 55 consecutive starts (did not miss a game in his career)
Bengals training camp: C.J. Uzomah stunned at Joe Burrow’s command
This was perhaps no more apparent to Uzomah than Monday when Burrow almost casually marched the offense down the field, making important checks at the line of scrimmage in the process.
Bengals Notes: Burrow shows mettle in 2-minute drill; injury updates include LB carted off
Burrow and offense took possession on the offense's own 30 with 1:30 left and needing to score a touchdown, and the rookie wound up completing 5 of 6 passes for 75 yards and a 27-yard touchdown to wide receiver Auden Tate on 4th-and-6 with less than 30 seconds remaining.
Joe Burrow appears to have two favorite weapons early in training camp
Well, it didn’t take long for the rave reviews of Joe Burrow to roll out of the Cincinnati Bengals’ training camp. Early reports indicate that the reigning Heisman has a good knowledge of the playbook, a tremendous command of the huddle, and more, although he has had shaky moments in the red-zone from time to time.
Cincinnati Bengals DE Carlos Dunlap details offseason discrimination
On Monday, Dunlap recalled an instance in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where he and a group of Black players were asked by a park ranger to cease the workout and leave while a group of white NFL players were allowed to continue their drills.
2020 NFL training camp's early winners and losers: Raiders rookies shining bright, A.J. Green can't get right
This was not about performance; Thomas settled into the Ravens' secondary last season with excellent play down the stretch. And the team has little depth at the safety position. This was not about money; the Ravens can expect a protracted fight to get some of Thomas' guarantees back.
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2020 NFL Power Rankings - 1-32 preseason poll, plus who's on the hot seat?
This is also a good time to identify players, coaches and general managers who are on the hot seat. Whether they are competing for their job, their starting position or a new contract, NFL Nation reporters have identified the individuals on the teams they cover who are most under the microscope in 2020.
O.J. Howard shining at Bucs camp, gaining confidence alongside Gronkowski
During his first three seasons, Howard didn't live up to his pre-draft billing coming out of Alabama. He's compiled just 1,456 total yards and 12 TDs in three seasons, suffering from bouts of inconsistent play and dealt with injuries.
Broncos' Vic Fangio doesn't 'give a damn' about fan attendance inconsistency
"I really don't give a damn about that," Broncos coach Vic Fangio said of any unfairness, per the team's official website. "If we can play in a stadium that's full, half-full, a third-full, home or away, we're happy. That shows progress with the COVID. Otherwise, I personally don't care, other than that I would like to see fans."
2020 NFL season: 1 pivotal rookie for each of the 32 teams
Bengals fans have been all in on Burrow since before the end of the college season, but it's important he gains the respect and trust of his teammates and coaches as quickly as possible. A good rookie season could jump-start Cincy faster than expected.
Packers 'deeply troubled' by Wisconsin police shooting
Police said they were responding to a call about a domestic dispute. They did not say whether Blake, who was hospitalized in serious condition, was armed or why police opened fire, they released no details on the domestic dispute, and they did not immediately disclose the race of the three officers at the scene.