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Bengals News (9/25): Pressure to perform

A.J. Green and the Bengals’ offensive line have a lot to prove this week.

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Cincinnati Bengals pressuring offensive line to protect QB Joe Burrow
Joe Burrow has been sacked six times, and how the Bengals adjust will determine whether his rookie year resembles Peyton Manning's or David Carr's.

Cincinnati Bengals' A.J. Green says he's getting more comfortable each week
A.J. Green said he's starting to feel more comfortable on the field after missing the 2019 season with an ankle injury and being limited by a hamstring injury during the 2020 preseason.

Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green admits he's still rusty as he gets used to Zac Taylor's offense
A.J. Green, the Bengals franchise receiver for their generational quarterback, admitted before Thursday’s practice that he’s rusty as he gets used to head coach Zac Taylor’s offense.

Matchup Of The Game: Fast Learner Fred Johnson Gets Another Rep Against One of NFL's Best
New Bengals right guard Fred Johnson has proven to be a quick learner everywhere he’s been.

Around the League

Why the AFC North is the NFL's most entertaining division
The Bengals and Browns just played a fun game, the Steelers are back and the Ravens remain spectacular. Adam Rank explains why the AFC North is the most entertaining division in football.

Florida prosecutors drop charge against Patriots owner Robert Kraft after court bars massage parlor sex video
Florida prosecutors drop charge against Patriots owner Robert Kraft after court bars massage parlor sex video.

Pac-12 announces football will resume in November
The Pac-12 announced on Thursday that the conference will begin its football season on Nov. 6. Chase Goodbread examines the potential 2021 NFL Draft impact.

Dallas Cowboys' Dak Prescott, Atlanta Falcons' Hayden Hurst to team up for suicide prevention
Cowboys QB Dak Prescott and Falcons tight end Hayden Hurst plan to work this offseason in suicide prevention, Prescott said Thursday. Hurst has been open about attempting suicide, and Prescott has talked about his brother's death by suicide in April.

Thursday's NFL injury and roster news for Week 3
The Vikings might have found their replacement for Anthony Barr. He's even a member of the same 2014 draft class. Sort of. Former Broncos linebacker Todd Davis is signing a one-year deal with Minnesota, Tom Pelissero reports.