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Bengals News (10/6): Joe Burrow earns Player of the Week honors

Burrow was lights out in the second half.

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Bengals Notebook: Packers at Bengals Nostalgic For The Burrow Family
It is far from a revenge game for Jimmy Burrow when he watches son Joe tee it up against Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers Sunday (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 19) at Paul Brown Stadium.

Cincinnati Bengals Quarterback Joe Burrow Named AFC Offensive Player Of The Week
Bengals QB Joe Burrow today was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week for Week 4 for his performance in the team’s win on Thursday Night Football vs. the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Ricardo Allen Cleared To Practice
The Bengals cleared S Ricardo Allen to return to practice by designating him for return from the Reserve/Injured list.

Packers vs. Bengals Week : Why the Bengals have causes for concern
A big test awaits the Bengals.

New England Patriots to release CB Stephon Gilmore
The Patriots have split with star corner Stephon Gilmore after sides couldn't agree on a long-term contract.. The CB spent the first four games of the 2021 season on the PUP list with a quad injury.

Cowboys plan to release LB Jaylon Smith
Dallas is planning to release Smith, but the move will not become official until Wednesday, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported. There is still a chance Smith could be traded, but it is unlikely that will happen, Garafolo added.

Free-agent LB Jamie Collins heading back to Patriots for third stint
Free-agent linebacker Jamie Collins is set to sign with the Patriots, per NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo, for what will be his third stint with the team.

Mike Tomlin says Ben Roethlisberger 'absolutely' is best QB to run Pittsburgh Steelers' offense
Mike Tomlin said Tuesday that Ben Roethlisberger "absolutely" remains the right starting quarterback for the Steelers despite the team's offensive struggles.

Kansas City Chiefs DE Frank Clark pleads not guilty to California weapons charges
Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark pleaded not guilty Monday in Los Angeles to two counts of possession of an assault weapon, the LA county district attorney's office said.