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Bengals News (11/3): Compensatory tracking

Bengals fans may want to be cheering for John Ross to get as much playing time with the Giants as possible.

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Game Preview: Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals, Regular Season Week 9, Sunday, November 7, 2021
After a back-and-forth battle for much of the game, the double-digit favorite Bengals took what seemed at the time to be a decisive 11-point lead midway through the fourth quarter when QB Joe Burrow connected with WR Tyler Boyd for a 10-yard score. Burrow tossed three TDs against the Jets, which made him only the second player in league history to begin either their rookie or second NFL season with multiple TD passes in their first eight games (Dan Marino did it his first 10 games in 1984).

Photo Gallery: Bengals vs. Browns Through The Years In Cincinnati
Check out some of the best images of the Bengals-Browns series games in Cincinnati.

Yahoo Fantasy Football Forecast: Week 9 Betting Preview
The Packers are a one-point favorite against the Chiefs in what many thought pre-season would be a Super Bowl matchup. Elsewhere in the league, the Arizona Cardinals and Cincinnati Bengals are looking to bounce back against disappointing Week 8 losses.

Bengals pass on trade deadline move despite need at OL and pass-rusher
Cincinnati entered the day with serious needs in the offensive trenches and at edge rusher. But that’s a problem — those are issues for most teams in the league, so actually acquiring solutions there is both costly and unlikely.

6 most disappointing trades in Cincinnati Bengals history
With that said, I’ve come up with six disappointing trades in Bengals history. These might not have necessarily been bad trades for Cincinnati but rather, it was disappointing for a variety of reasons. Maybe the player was one that fans didn’t want to see leave or maybe the other team got the better end of the deal even if it was a decent trade.

Cincinnati Bengals Drop in Power Rankings Following Loss to New York Jets
The Bengals have climbed up from the very bottom of the football world, and are in Year 2 with a young QB they drafted with the first pick. So they are allowed growing pains—like a loss to the Jets—because the line to success is usually not linear,

Bengals compensatory pick update as John Ross sees snaps with Giants
Thanks to his continued playing time, in which he led the Giants in receiving with two catches for 72 yards, Ross continues to pace in a manner that would net the Bengals an extra fourth-round pick.

UConn Has 'Strong Interest' in Cincinnati Bengals LBs Coach Al Golden
Golden has spent the past two seasons coaching the Bengals' linebackers. The 52-year-old has 10 years of experience as a college head coach. He had a successful run at Temple (2006-10), before coaching the Miami Hurricanes from 2011-15.

Around the league

Henry Ruggs III arrested on charge of DUI resulting in death, released by Raiders
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department announced Tuesday that officers responded to a traffic collision involving a Chevrolet Corvette and a Toyota Rav4. Responding officers located the Toyota Rav4 on fire, and fire department personnel located "a deceased victim inside the Toyota," according to authorities.

Broncos GM George Paton: 'We’re not approaching a rebuild'
Thus, the question begging to be asked is what does the future of the franchise hold for the Broncos, who take a 4-4 record into a Sunday matchup versus the Dallas Cowboys for the first game of the post-Von era?

Rams waive veteran WR DeSean Jackson after no trade comes to fruition
Unable to find a trade partner to take wide receiver DeSean Jackson before the NFL's Tuesday trade deadline, the Los Angeles Rams have waived the veteran receiver, the team announced.

Packers release LB Jaylon Smith after two games with team
Smith spent less than a month with Green Bay, joining the franchise after the Dallas Cowboys released him in early October. The signing seemed like a welcome addition to a Packers defense dealing with injuries, but Smith failed to make an impact, recording just one tackle in two games played and playing a total of 27 defensive snaps before his release.